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Julianne Moore and Makeup Colors

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Julianne, you’re gorgeous, but you need to change your makeup from warm to cool colors. My 30 years research indicates that most redheads have cool, not warm, skin. That means you will look more natural and prettier with subtle pink undertones in your makeup.

Your face will pop more with cool makeup. See the photo to the right. There is more contrast between skin and hair. Red hair still looks awesome with pink skin; and pink skin looks perfectly natural with red hair!

When you match your makeup to your hair, your face blends into your hair. Most importantly, the furrows alongside the cheeks and those tiny little “lumps” just below the corner of the mouth become highly visible. You’ll look 10 years younger when you ditch your yellow-toned makeup and go for pink! See more proof below:

 

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These two women are probably about the same age. But the woman on the left has highly-visible furrows alongside her mouth and cheeks – ┬áplus those little lumps around the chin area. The woman on the right, has about the same smile, but her furrows are unseen because she’s wearing the right color foundation color. The wrong color foundation easily adds 10 or more years.

Notice also that the face of the woman on the left blends with her hair, unlike the woman on the right, whose face pops!

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