Cool winter makeup products are cool, with a rosy undertones but high contrast. Avoid bronzer as it can look muddy. You can wear a lot of makeup and still look natural but your look is generally one of strength and drama. If you don’t like heavy makeup, look for sheer red-violet, fuchsia, or raspberry tones. Avoid gold and brown shades.
Cool Winter Makeup For Eyes
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True Winter Blush
True Winter blush looks scary on the pan most of the time. However, when applied to the True Winter skintone it becomes a healthy flush, like you just came from a relaxed stroll on the snow. Choose cool pinks and fuchsias that have no golden tones and avoid bronzer.
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Cool Winter Eyeliner and Mascara
Cool winter greys and blacks are great eye liners, and mascara is black or the deepest charcoal. You could also use navy mascara.