As promised, David Horne has released a multi-purpose wheel for darker tones. The House of Glam Dolls Deep Tone Glam Base is multi-purpose; it’s explained in detail on the site but there’s pretty much nothing it won’t do for, including creating a neutral lid base, highlight and contour, a mixing base shade, and concealer, for example. Each shade has its purpose.
I know it’s a nonsense to swatch on my white arm, but it might give an idea at least of what the pigments look like. I think if you struggle to get tonal matches in products like concealer and contour creams, House of Glam Dolls Deep Tone Glam Base is going to be £25 very well spent. We’re underserved by a very, very long way in the UK for deeper skin tones, although we’re getting a little better as time goes along. The more small brands that start to address this gap, the more bigger brands will sit up and take notice. They cannot bear a small brand to have a popular product – they have to copy it!
Ordering is simple – by email. Just drop House of Glam Dolls a quick email email@example.com.
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