Best Clinique Foundation Shade Chart:
The following are the different types of skin type: Dry Skin, Normal/Oily Skin, Combination Skin, Oily/Combination Skin. These are the various types of skin type. There are many factors which affect your complexion such as age, gender, genetics and lifestyle habits like smoking etc.
All these things influence your natural makeup.
Dry Skin: This type of skin is very sensitive to sun exposure and will burn easily if exposed. If you have dry skin then it would benefit from using a light moisturizer before going out in the sun. You may need to use sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher when outdoors.
Dry skin tends to break out easily due to lack of oil production making them prone to acne. Dry skin also tends to produce less sebum (oil) than oily skin so they tend to look duller.
Normal/Oily Skin: This type of skin is not too bothered by the sun and does not experience burning sensation. However, it needs extra care when spending time in the sun since this type of skin produces excess amounts of oils. They are prone to developing hyperpigmentation due to lack of melanin production making their complexion appear darker than normal.
Combination Skin: This type of skin is prone to oily patches but also experiences dryness in certain areas. People with combination skin may experience blemishes and breakouts in certain areas. They need to be more careful when applying makeup since they have higher chances of developing skin problems and discoloration.
Oily Skin: This type of skin is very prone to sunburn and will peel when exposed to the sun for a long period of time. If you have oily skin then you probably already know that you suffer from oily skin prone to acne. But don’t worry skin tends to regulate as we age and unless you are a teenager, you most likely have mature skin which is less prone to blemishes and breakouts.
How to Choose the Best Cliniqe Foundation Shade?
The following are the steps to choosing the best cliniqe foundation shade:
1. Identify your undertones (warm or cool)
2. Find the shade range that compliments your undertone
Below are ways on how to identify your skin undertone:
1. Look at the veins on the inside of your wrist, this is usually where your undertone can be observed.
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