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Hello. My name is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting in Miami, Florida.
In this clip, I'm going to talk about how to wear colors to flatter your skin tone.
So basically you need to know that I'm going to separate them into cool and warm colors.
The basic difference is the undertone that we have. So if you have a very type of pale
skin that is very like snowy type of white, or just, just pale kind of like beige kind
of look skin, you should try and stay with really cool colors like navies, and pale colors
like this type of lavender. You should completely avoid very like strong warm colors as this
ones. And of course, you can wear the black, you can wear gray, very well. You can gray,
you can wear white, and just try to stay with cooler colors that are more pale, you know,
that go with your skin. Now if you have a yellow or olive type of undertone like I do,
the best colors that will look for you are warmer colors, such as this type of purple
that I'm wearing right now, or like the reds. This is a pink color, it can go, you know,
very pale, but it's it's a very nice pink color. You can also wear beiges, like type
of browns and just greens. So just go ahead and try and mismatch or go the opposite with
your color skin. So once again, this is Gabbie at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting.