If you have a warm skin tone the above “pink test” shows off your skin tone in a flattering way then you should opt for warmer colours that bring out your rosy cheeks that are often disguised by your warmer, olive-type complexion. These colours are often referred to as autumn/winter colours because these colour palettes are made up of autumn and winter-influenced colours, such as burgundy, orange, emerald green, etc. Here are some examples of colours and tones that would suit you best.

If you have a warm skin tone the above “pink test” shows off your skin tone in a flattering way then you should opt for warmer colours that bring out your rosy cheeks that are often disguised by your warmer, olive-type complexion. These colours are often referred to as autumn/winter colours because these colour palettes are made up of autumn and winter-influenced colours, such as burgundy, orange, emerald green, etc. Here are some examples of colours and tones that would suit you best.

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