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11-Jul-2019 21:26

Before we start, it’s important to note that most people with dark skin tones have what is a “low contrast complexion”, which means that their hair and eye color are also dark.The reason this is important is because our eye color and hair color influence a lot the way we look overall and they add a new factor to the equation.Of course, you can wear dark colors as well, but they will usually make you look duller and tone you down a lot.This is why, when you are wearing browns, blues and dark greens, you should make sure that they make a contrast with your skin tone, even if the contrast is quite small.If you have dark skin and are wearing warm colors (yellow, pink, orange etc.) you should know that you are on the right path!For men with dark skin, “chalky” colors (which are what we as men call pastel colors) are the best along with bright, warm colors such as red or orange.The first thing you need to know about colors is that different colors look in different ways on different backgrounds. What this means is that any color, for example red, will look differently on green than it will look on black or on yellow.

This is why each person should see how neutral colors look on them.This will create more visual interest and will make you look really dapper.For example: wear a chalky cream shirt and a blue vest over that.They bring out your natural shine and make your skin glow.Going very bright (such as really pale yellow) or very shiny is not recommended though, as these colors will make a contrast that we as advisers feel is a little too much.

This is why each person should see how neutral colors look on them.This will create more visual interest and will make you look really dapper.For example: wear a chalky cream shirt and a blue vest over that.They bring out your natural shine and make your skin glow.Going very bright (such as really pale yellow) or very shiny is not recommended though, as these colors will make a contrast that we as advisers feel is a little too much.So far, we discussed how each individual color acts on people with dark skin.