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Medium Skin Tone

Caroline was nervous about making radical changes, but she was excited about a new image. Layers can add more texture, volume and movement. A good idea is to try going a shade darker or a shade lighter than your natural hair colour for extra sheer and healthiness. The correct foundation was applied to even out her overall skin tone – if you have a red pigment to your skin, the next time you purchase foundation ask for a foundation with a blue pigment in it. The pigment conceals the rosiness of the skin and visually “cools” your skin down. Avoid blusher if you blush easily or get hot very quickly. A natural, red or brown lip shade works beautifully with brown eye shadow


“I am now ready to take on the world and try anything new. – Caroline”

Makeover by: Chata Romano

Hairdresser Diane Carrick from Barbarella Hair using Wella

Makeup Artist Lara Whitehead using products from Revlon

Clothing from Truworths

Accessories from Woolworths

Photography by Micky Hoyle

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