It doesn’t matter what your skin shade is, you can still have yellow or olive undertones. Undertones are complicated – if you warm toned skin, your undertones can be peach, olive or yellow and if you have cool toned skin, your undertones can be red, blue or pink. That’s simplifying things rather, but if you have a hard to match tone, often in the yellow or olive zone, the foundation range from EX1 Cosmetics is for you. It’s created by biochemist, Farah Naz, who had difficulty finding matches for her own skin tone – so, she made her own in the form of EX1 Invisiwear Liquid Foundation. As you do! I discovered this brand years ago when it first began and since then, it’s really flourished.
So, from bottom to top (it’s so simple!): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
And again! 8, 9*, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. I think I’ve mistakenly been given an odd one out at No.9 because it doesn’t look in keeping with the rest and has a different label.
I think the brand is transitioning from an old shade number system because I’m seeing a few F100 and similar knocking around but the best place to find a comprehensive selection is Amazon, HERE.
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