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Fair skin: If you burn easily and tend to have a few freckles, you've got a peaches 'n cream complexion. Porcelain skin loves subtle, soft pinks. Remember to keep it light! Bright or dark shades will give you that lobster look. We love: Almay Wakeup Blush & Highlighter in Pink (R140).
Medium skin: If your skin always looks beautifully bronzed, (no self-tan required!) you've got a cappuccino complexion. Rosy pinks and peaches look best on olive tones, but be careful - anything too light will make you look washed out and dark colours will leave you looking like a clown. We love: 2True Cheek 'n Lip Tint (R34.99).
Dark skin: If you struggle to add warmth to your deep skin tone you've got a chocolate complexion. Deep oranges and true pinks will play up the beauty of your dark skin. Light shades will look 'muddy' on your cheeks so the key is to pick colours with a strong pigment base . We love: Bloom Cream Blush Duo (R205).