Finding the right shades of make-up can be a challenge, especially if you don’t know which undertone you have! Do you have a warm, cool, or neutral undertone? And, which color is it?
This detailed guide will help you understand what a skin color undertone is and whether or not your undertone is peach. Then, we’ll walk you through the best colors and shades to use, so you can create a full-face makeup look that accentuates your undertone.
Are you curious about whether you have a peach undertone? Do you want to know the best colors and shades of makeup you should use? You’re in the right place! Read on to learn all about skin undertones and the best colors when your undertone is peach.
Everyone has a skin color undertone, and there are three basic categories a skin color undertone falls into. You may have a warm, cool, or neutral undertone. This refers to the coloration underneath the surface of your skin, which contributes to your overall hue.
Anyone who’s been shopping for makeup has seen those temperature-themed colors. You may have seen eyeshadow pallets with colors such as cool summer rain or warm caramel. These descriptors refer to the undertone that goes best with that makeup.
Many people aren’t sure whether their skin’s undertone is cool, warm, or neutral. And, once you’ve narrowed it down to one of the three, there are different colors to consider as well. Don’t worry because we’re going to walk you through the whole process.
Do you have a Peach Skin Color?
Peach is one of the colors associated with having a warm undertone. There are plenty of colors that fall in the warm undertone category, so first, we’ll talk about how to determine whether you have a warm undertone and then how you can narrow that down to determine if your undertone is peach.
The color of your veins is a great way to determine whether you have a warm or cold undertone. If your veins look blue or purple, then you have a cool undertone. If your veins have a greenish hue to them, then you have a warm undertone. If you can’t tell what color your veins are and they appear somewhere in between a bluish-green, then you most likely have a neutral undertone.
A good way to tell if your undertone is peach is by taking note of how you tan. If your skin turns to a golden or peach color when you tan, then it’s likely you have a peach undertone.
However, one of the simplest ways to determine if you have a peach undertone is by testing your theory! Grab some foundation that uses warm peach coloring (a yellow or gold-based foundation works great), and apply a few swatches to your jawline.
Blend the foundation into your jawline and up slightly to your face, as well as down slightly to your neck. If the foundation blends in seamlessly and looks natural- then congratulations, you do have a peach undertone! If the foundation looks unnatural or gives you an unnatural yellow or orange complexion, then your undertone likely isn’t warm or peach.
Who Are Some Celebrities With Peach Undertones?
Some of your favorite celebrities are rocking the peach undertone! Really big names in the industry, such as Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, and Kim Kardashian, have warm, peach undertones.
Other celebrities with peach undertones include Lucy Liu, Jessica Alba, and Halle Berry. You can tell these ladies have a peach undertone by the natural golden and warm complexion of their skin.
Are Peach Undertones Considered Warm Or Cool?
A peach undertone is considered a warm undertone. Some other common warm undertones are yellow, gold, green, and olive. Knowing where a peach undertone falls on the spectrum, i.e. warm, cool, or neutral, will help you choose shades of makeup that accentuate your natural beauty and compliment your undertones.
There are plenty of foundations that will compliment a peach undertone. Of course, if you can find one that has a peach hue to it, then you’re likely to have an excellent match! However, most foundations aren’t going to be specifically peach in color.
The best color foundation for people with a peach undertone is light yellow or gold. These colors will help highlight the warmth in your skin’s undertone while complimenting the natural peach hue your skin has.
If you want to do a full face that compliments your peach undertone, then you’ll need to know the best colors to use! We’ll walk you through the best colors to use for your eyeshadow, eyebrows, lips, and cheeks.
Finding the right eyeshadow is essential for a cohesive, full face look. You’ll need to find a color that matches the look you want, but also compliments your peach undertone. In the case of eyeshadows, the best colors for you are going to be gold, deep yellow, lavender, gray, and other earthy/herbal colors.
A great trick with eyeshadow is to try swatching it on your wrist first! You’ll be able to see how well the color accentuates your undertone, and whether it’s the perfect fit for your overall look before committing.
You may think there’s only a few options when it comes to your eyebrows; black and brown. But, that’s not actually the case. There are varying shades of different colors that can be used on your eyebrows, and someone with a peach undertone should utilize the best color in every aspect of their makeup routine.
For a peach undertone, the best shade to color in your eyebrows with is dark brown or toffee colors. This will help your darken your eyebrows while still looking natural. And, if you go with a toffee color, the natural caramel hues will accentuate your peach undertone beautifully.
While there are a ton of fun lip colors to experiment with, not every shade will suit every skin color undertone. Those with a warm undertone such as peach should stick to warmer colors.
A nice light red is a classic choice for those with a warm undertone. Earthy and herbal colors will also suit someone with a peach complexion. If you haven’t dabbled in earthy or herbal tones before, you should give it a try! You may be surprised just how well that brownish coffee shade suits you.
Your cheeks need a nice, healthy pinch of color to keep your makeup routine fun and looking on point. Just like lips, there are a ton of blush colors you could experiment with. While a glittery purple may look great on the shelf, it may not be the most suitable color for someone with a peach undertone.
Instead, you should look for shades of light rose and pink. These colors will give your cheeks a nice pop of color without being overbearing. Light rose and pink will help draw out the warmth of your undertone while complimenting the rest of your makeup.
Whether you already know you have a peach undertone, or you’re still trying to figure it out, this guide will help you navigate the make-up world. Check the color of your veins to determine whether you have a warm, cool, or neutral undertone, and watch the shade your skin becomes when you’re tanning to determine if you have a peach undertone. Then, use these tips to develop the perfect full face makeup routine for you!