What Color Lipstick for Brown Eyes & Sandy-Blonde Hair?

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Your natural features should always play a role in deciding what lipstick colors to wear. Find out what color lipstick you should wear for brown eyes and sandy-blonde hair with help from a 30-year beauty industry veteran in this free video clip.

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Hi my name is Tracey Brown. I'm a beauty expert. I have about 30 years of industry experience in makeup, skincare and also as a trainer. I am currently a writer, a beauty journalist and I have a great website, Blingingbeauty.com where you can read more about my tips and advice. Our topic today is what is the best lipstick for sandy blonde hair and brown eyes. So what is sandy blonde hair? Typically it's got kind of a reddish or golden brown tint to it such as Gratsia has here. So we're going to pick out a lipstick for her to really just complement her overall skin tone which typically has a little bit of yellow to it and also the hair. So lipsticks with a warmer tone to them more yellow, are perfect for someone who has got sandy blonde hair and with the tone like Gratsia has, of her skin. So I chose one, it's a rose on the warm side from Black Up. We're going to apply this to her lips and we're going to see how it complements her skin and her hair. So even though Gratsia has a really nice yellow undertone to her skin right now, we're putting on a rose or pink but because it has that warmth to it, it works well with her hair. Other colors that work well for this hair color would be in the coral family, reds with a little bit of more warmth to them. So as you can see, even though Gratsia has got yellow tones in her hair with the sandy blonde and her skin, the rose lipstick with the warmth to it is ideal for complementing those colors. I'm Tracey. If you have any more questions about makeup or skin care or beauty, you can contact me at Tracey@blingingbeauty.com.


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