Want to learn more about the skin you're in?
Not sure what products would suit you best?
Take this test and discover YOUR BEAUTY PROFILE!
When you wake up in the morning, your skin feels...
Shiny and heavy-feeling
Tight and dull
Shiny in certain areas and dry in others.
Neither greasy nor dull/dry.
Are the pores on your face...
Very visible and enlarged
Not visible at all (fine, silvery lines/flakes more common)
Enlarged along T-zone (forehead, nose, chin) and not visible in rest of face.
Visible, but not very large
At the end of the day, is your makeup more likely to...
Cake and slide off
Remain in place but show fine lines and
Slide off around the nose and settle into fine lines under the eyes/cheeks
Stay in place but feel slightly heavy
What color jewelry looks best on your skin?
Both Gold and Silver
What color are the veins in your wrist?
Mix of green-blue and violet-blue
What happens to your skin when you are out in the sun without sunscreen?
I start with a tan but can burn if I stay out too long.
Which of these photos is closest to your skin tone?
Light to Medium
Medium to Deep
Which of these skin issues do you experience?
Your skin type is oily
Oily skin produces a lot of sebum. This sebum builds up over the course of the day, causing shine, makeup “meltdown,” or even clogged pores. Your skin needs: Oil control, pore blurring, and increased makeup longevity.
Dry skin does not produce enough oil. Skin feels “tight," is in need of extra hydration to prevent the topmost layers of skin from having a dull and flaky appearance. Your skin needs: Moisture retention, regular hydration, and brightening.
Combination skin usually is oily in the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) and normal to dry on the cheeks and parts of the jaw. This means that oily areas need sebum control and pore-blurring, while drier areas need lightweight hydration. Your skin needs: Targeted oil control, lightweight moisture, and "A little bit of everything.”
You have normal skin type
Normal skin is neither too oily nor too dry. Pores are barely visible and is usually smooth, with breakouts only occasionally and in small areas. Your skin needs: lightweight moisture for maintenance and skin brightening (to maintain complexion).
Look for concealers that will help color-correct any pigmentation. Violet/blue circles are best cancelled out with pink or salmon-tinted cover ups. Soothing ingredients, like rosewater, help reduce stress to tender, pigmented areas.