Think of a pop of color somewhere not everywhere. Avoid fuchsia lips and jewel tones they are cliche colors for Hispanic women. Think about deeper and richer not brighter colors, such as wines, plums, deep pinks, and rose.
Many Hispanic women have a beautiful, dark natural color to their lips, so deep lipsticks are natural-looking and lovely. Softer tones can also look pretty. It’s best to avoid brights, oranges, and loud corals.
Hispanic women most often have yellow-orange undertones to their skin. Look for yellow-orange foundations and tinted moisturizers to match your skin tone.
Question: My skin looks green in the winter. What should I do?
Answer: This is a common frustration for Hispanic women. A deep bronzing powder will give you a warm, tanned look and make you feel great (see chapter 14). Don’t forget to apply a pop of color on the apples of your cheeks.
Remember that rosy colors not orange work best in counteracting a greenish cast to the skin.
Question: I have thick, bushy eyebrows. Should I bleach or wax them? Answer: Shape your eyebrows by tweezing or waxing (see chapter 12). Do not bleach brows unless you lighten your hair color. Brow color should balance hair color.
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