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Become The Most Stylish Person In The Room, Level your Style!

Updated on March 14, 2018


If you truly desire to be the most stylish person in the room all you need to do is match your skin undertone to the clothing, you wear. If you’re a Warm-Undertone Yellows, oranges and limes will look vibrantly amazing on you! If you’re a Cold-Undertone blues, pinks and purples are your colors of choose! And if you’re a neutral all the colors in the middle of the color wheel is your weapon of choosing……… You should probably know what undertone you are though.


There are many ways to find out what undertone you are but in my humble opinion the fastest and easiest way is to just look at your veins! If your vain appear to be blue or purple you’re a cold undertone. If you appear to have green veins, there’s nothing wrong with you I promise you’re a warm undertone! And if its hard to tell what color your veins are or if they go back and forth you’re a neutral

What Undertone are you!?!?!

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Sun Burn Test

SUN BURN TEST: Another way to find out what your skin undertone is to see how the sun effects your skin. If you’re a person that burns incredibly easy in the sun like bacon you have a cool undertone. If you’re a person that doesn’t get burned easily in the sun you have a warm undertone.

Paper Test

PAPER TEST: Another way to find what skin undertone you are is to go get a blank white sheet of paper and hold it up to your face (you must wash your face first to do this and be in natural sun light). If the color of the paper reflects a brown or yellowish against your skin you’re a warm undertone. If the color of the paper reflects pink, red or blue type of tones this means you have a cool undertone. Finally, if the paper reflects a gray or ash of your skin you’re a neutral undertone. If you’re on any medication and your natural undertone is hard to find, another way to find your skin undertone while using the paper test is to put the blank sheet of paper behind your ear and ask a friend to take a picture to see what undertone you are.

Watch Test

WATCH TEST: Another fun way to find what skin undertone you are is the watch test. First you need to put on a gold and silver watch and compare. If the gold watch blends and compliments with your skin tone you’re a warm undertone. If a silver watch blends and compliments with your skin tone better then the gold you’re a cool undertone. If you’re a sexy beast and both gold and silver look good on you, you’re a neutral undertone.

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Easiest Test?

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Colors that will compliment your skin undertone are your Oranges, Golden Yellows, Ambers, Olive Green and Deep Blues that will bring out the natural beauty of your skin!


Colors that will make you pop are your Ruby’s, Burgundy’s, Blues, Sapphires, Royal Blues, Lavenders, Emerald Greens, and Light Pinks will make you look divine!


Colors that will look great on your skin undertone are your Light Peachs, Light Blues, Light Greens, off-Whites and Grays. Wear colors that fall in the middle of the color wheel!

By The Way

Enjoy being the most stylish person in the room or where ever you go, hope this helped! And by the way this doesn’t mean you can’t wear warm colors if you’re a cold undertone ever again or whatever. it also doesn’t mean you won’t look good wearing neutral color cloths if you’re a cold undertone ether. These are just the colors that will match the best with your undertones!

Dose Gold look better on warm or cold undertones?

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