Follow these 3 easy steps to successfully choose the correct foundation color.
1. Determine your skin undertone: yellow, red or neutral. (See definitions below.)
2. Determine your skin shade.
3. Select the specific foundation formula you would like and then you will find the corresponding color.
To determine your skin undertone, look at the veins on the back of your wrist. (To see the color best, stand under a bright light or in natural daylight.)
The veins in your wrist will appear more green.
The veins in your wrist will appear blue.
The veins in your wrist will be a mix between blue and green.
Your skin burns easily in the sun. Your veins are easily seen through your skin.
Your skin tends to burn in the sun with a short-lived tan. The backside of your arm is very light.
Your skin will tan slightly, but tends to burn if you spend 2+ hours in the sun with no protection.
Your skin usually tans after spending time in the sun. Your veins are not easily seen through your skin.
Your skin has a naturally darker pigment. You tan easily and rarely burn.
*Please note your skin may be one shade lighter or darker depending on the season.
Light coverage. Includes moisturizer and SPF 18.
Medium-full coverage. SPF 15. Dewy glowing finish.
Full coverage with 12 hours of wear. SPF 15. Matte Finish.
Dual Blend Foundation
Finishing and setting powder. The perfect companion to any liquid foundation. Can be worn alone for light coverage.
Use with any foundation to conceal the most difficult skin flaws and uneven skin tone. Extremely blendable and easy to work with.