How to Choose the Right Color Nail Polish Based on Your Skin Tone






Just like any beauty style, there are some basic principles that must be followed. Similarly, when picking out nail polish colors, there are some things to consider. Nail polishes are intended to flatter, or at least complement, the wearer's skin tone. Here is a simple guide to help you choose the right color depending on your skin tone.

For Fair Skin

• Women who have a fair or light skin can use most colors for their nails. However, there are still differences in fair women in undertone and shade. Women with skins that are too pale may want to avoid extremely dark colors because they will look a lot for moments.

• Choose shades that flatter your gentle skin, such as pink in either soft or light shade, a light to medium purple shade and red.

• If you want a healthy, rosy look, use nail polish in shades of pink.

• Blue-based polish is usually recommended.

For medium skin tone

• The mid color tones can have most shades.

• Medium tones will do well with nail art, because the different colors and prints blend well with their skin color so that they look stylish. It is recommended to use nail designs that have metallic shades.

• Use glitter polish will add a tanned look.

• Use impressive colors such as yellow, blue, orange or pink. Bright shades are the perfect color for this skin tone.

• To emphasize the neutral color of midtones, you can use metallic and silver versions of a light blue color.

• Avoid navy blue, dark purple and red.

Dark Skin Tone

• To emphasize the beauty of dark skin tones, nail polish with dark colors should be used. Colors like chocolate brown, dark green, red or a fine burgundy match the rich color of dark-skinned women.

• Gold also looks good on dark skin which makes it easy for dark-skinned women to pull off an elegant look with gold polis.

• However, if you want to accentuate tanned skin, lighter shades can be used. Other colors that can work for dark skin are light brown and chocolate, pink, light blue and purple. Because tan is a sun-colored color, gold nail polish should be avoided as it will blend completely with the overall skin color, making it invisible. For tan, go to colors found on the warm side of the color chart.

• Colored colors are strongly recommended for women who have dark skin tone.

The general rule when matching skin color or skin color to nail polish colors is quite simple: dark to dark and easy to light. Light skin looks best with bright and medium colors, while dark skin will look better with means to deep dark colors.