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Your Skin Undertone Is Likely Not Neutral

Knowing your skin's undertone is a key piece of information about yourself to take with you makeup shopping and when choosing a hair color at the hair salon.
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Your skin undertone is the coloring underneath the surface of your skin and does not change during your lifetime. Knowing your skin's undertone is a key piece of information about yourself to take with you makeup shopping and when choosing a hair color at the hair salon.

If you choose a makeup or hair color that does not match your skin undertone, you could be making yourself look dull, washed out, older and if you have any skin imperfections such as acne or scarring, these imperfections may be magnified.

Do you think you have a neutral skin undertone? Really? In the video above, I describe why your skin undertone likely leans cool or warm.

I hope this blog post inspires you to wear your authenticity!

Carol Brailey is an Image Consultant and Color Analysis Professional based in Toronto, Canada. More of her blogs can be found at carolbrailey.com and virtualcoloranalysis.com. Carol is a member of the Studio Fontana team located in the Fashion District of downtown Toronto.

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