What kind of bronzer should I get for fair skin?

Makeup artist Kasey Spickard says fair skin tones will look best with a bronzer that has neutral undertones—i.e., shades that don’t lean too warm or cool. Terra-cotta hues with a slightly reddish undertone beautifully complement tan and olive skin.

What color bronzer should I get for my skin tone?

The general rule of thumb is to opt for a bronzer one or two shades darker than your natural skin tone. Knowing whether your skin undertone is cool, neutral or warm is also relevant; you want to ensure your bronzer harmonises with your natural tone as much as possible.

Can fair skin wear bronzer?

Is Bronzer Necessary For Fair Skin? If you have fair skin and want to add some warmth to your complexion, you can use a light shade of bronzer. Avoid using a very dark one to look tanned, as this can look unnatural. Pick a color that is one shade darker than your natural skin tone.

How do I find the right shade of bronzer?

When choosing your bronzer makeup shade, consider your skin tone. Opt for a color two to four shades darker than your skin tone—light skin will show any mistakes or streaks easily. Therefore, those with light complexions should stick with light, sheer, shimmer-free shades like City Bronzer in ‘Light’.

Which highlighter is best for fair skin?

A highlighter that has pink undertones is the best highlighter for fair skin. You must avoid dark-colored shades like copper or bronze. If you have a pale or a light skin tone, try highlighters that have pigments like pearl, silver and champagne. You should avoid shades that are too warm or have red undertones in them.

Do I Have a cool or warm undertone?

Finding your undertone: The colour of your veins Take a look at the veins on the inside of your wrist. Do they appear more blue or green? If your veins appear more blue, you’re cool-toned but if you see more green, you’re warm-toned. If you see a fair amount of both both Green and Blue, you have a neutral undertone.