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To assure you find the right product match, select the type that best describes your skin, based on the characteristics below.
Tends to look shiny with enlarged pores; prone to blackheads and blemishes.
Feels tight, especially after cleansing. Prone to wrinkles and flaking; darker skin tones may appear ashy or dull from a buildup of dead skin cells on the surface.
Balanced skin that has a smooth, even texture with medium pores. May be dry on the cheeks and oily in the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin).
Your skin's condition is defined by the visual appearance and state of your complexion.
Tends to be thin with fine pores; flushes easily and is frequently reactive/allergic. Can be experienced by Oil, Dry or Normal skin types.
Whiteheads, blackheads and cysts caused by a number of factors including hormonal changes, oily cosmetics and hair products, and high levels of humidity and sweating.
Skin feels tight with visible wrinkles and broken capillaries. Loss of firmness evident, especially around the cheeks and jawline.
Redness on cheeks, nose, chin and forehead, which may be accompanied by acne-like eruptions. Skin has a tendency to flush or blush easily.
Patches of skin are darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. May occur due to sun damage, pregnancy or scarring left behind after a pimple has healed.
Fragile skin following procedures such as laser treatments and dermabrasion. Often accompanied by inflammation, a burning sensation and bruising.
Visible in the T-zone; most common in Normal to Oily skin types.
Flaking and roughness.
Now that you've identified your complexion type, avoid ending up with another wrong shade of foundation.
More pink hues in skin.
Contains pink and yellow hues.
More yellow hues in skin.
Unsure? Here’s a tip: look at the underside of your forearm. If your veins appear greener, you’re likely a warm undertone; if veins appear bluer, you’re likely a cool undertone. If you see both colors, you may have a neutral undertone with no strong cool or warm undertones.
The best way to determine the depth of your skin tone is to think about how your skin reacts when exposed to the sun.
Pale or fair skin that burns very easily.
Skin that burns relatively easily.
Medium skin that tans with some redness.
Olive skin that tans evenly and easily.
Light brown skin tone with a hint of yellow.
Deep skin that tans quickly, or with little to no visible signs of skin darkening.
Subtle coverage with a transparent finish
Natural coverage for minor imperfections
Completely covers imperfections
Natural radiance, skin appears
Smooth, shine-free effect
Slight sheen with light reflecting
Recommended based on skin type and condition
What’s your most compatible color palette? Based on the principles of color, these simple questions will help you find the shades that suit you, your personal style and bring out your best features.