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Warm peachy undertones for foundation?

Hi, I recently discovered my skin is fair-light with warm peachy undertones, which seems a bit rare in terms of product selection and was a bit confusing at first (because there is cool peach, neutral peach, etc. but I'm definitely warm peach). Normally just "warm" undertone foundations (especially if listed as yellow or golden tone) are often a bit too yellow for me, but neutral, cool, or olive tones definitely just don't match (they all look dull/ghostly on me). Would any of my fellow warm-peach skintone foundation users be able to suggest a few foundations that you've found to be good color matches? So far the Beautyblender Liquid Whip 1.60 is nearly an exact match for me, but it's a bit too matte/thick (I prefer a more dewy/natural finish and more hydrating/liquid-y formulation with not too heavy coverage). Smashbox Studio Skin 1.15 looks promising but I haven't tried it yet. The Make Up For Ever Waterblend Foundation was amazing (I loved the finish) but is now discontinued I believe, and I can't seem to figure out a good color match with their current existing foundations.

Re: Warm peachy undertones for foundation?

@Chlobalt I have a light-medium warm peach undertone. Some foundation lines with peach undertones are: Armani Beauty Luminous Silk Perfect Glow Flawless Oil-Free Foundation , Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Liquid Foundation , Dior Dior Forever Matte Foundation SPF 35 2 Warm Peach , andKVD Beauty Good Apple Skin-Perfecting Hydrating Foundation Balm 

 

I still recommend getting matched in store. It can be pretty tricky.

Re: Warm peachy undertones for foundation?

Thanks so much for the suggestions! Of course I'd love to be matched in store once the pandemic is over; but I hear right now they can only do a hand swatch and hold it up to match vs a face swatch

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