So here is the deal, the photo on the left was taken at my house where I use a white light bulb (5k) and the one on the right was taken outside with natural lighting. What do they have in common? My face mask! Yes, an awful yellow face on someone who isn’t so yellowish/white. How did that happen? Bad lighting from make up stores - in this case it was a Sephora store in Brazil.
Today I learned about Dior’s amazing new line of products, their lovely makeup artist was the one who worked on me, everything was gorgeous - inside the store only as I walked though the mall I noticed people looking, so I immediately thought something was up (made a picture of myself inside the mall, almost orange in that light). Wonderful artist with amazing materials all ruined because of bad lighting.
My tips? 1)Always do your make up with natural light, mimic natural lighting but stay away from yellows and blue bulbs
2) When it’s time to buy your foundation, apply some to the back of your hand and go for a walk, see how it feels and pay attention to the color, hold it up to your face - in natural light the right color will “disappear” in your face. Foundation was never meant to be noticle YIKES
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