When in doubt, I would go for neutral! I tried the blue, which is supposed to brighten fair skin, but it made mine look chalky. Unless you have serious problems with redness (in which case I'd recommend green) or sallow skin (in which case violet would work), your best bet might be the neutral. Hope this helps!
answered 4 years ago
(San Francisco, CA)
I have exact same skin, fair with some yellowish tones and some spots. I use threee different primers (not at once). I have it in pink, blue and natural. I love them all. I tried the green one and it made my skin look green. With the colors I use it gives me something a bit different with each, can't explain. I don't use any foundation just tinted moisturizer by Smashbox. Sometimes I just use it with my regular moisturizer. I am definitely happy with my color choices. I suggest getting a sample from the store and play with it at home, that's how I did.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
This isn't really an answer, I guess - more an appreciation for the question. I have just about all the skin/coloring qualities you mentioned (hazel eyes, however, and really one small red patch that is mildly annoying but doesn't kill me) - even down to the dyed-black hair. My biggest makeup interest is luminizing/fresh-dewiness, whatever you want to call it... But having the yellow undertones and not being THE fairest of the fair, I'm hesitant to order the blue...wondering now about the pink, or the mauve... I wish there was a way to know what you decided on and whether or not you liked it!
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
wow, thats exactly what i have! fair skin with yellow tones. for awhile i was using the mufe hd in shade 2. did an awesome job with correcting my skin tone! it just caused me to break out a lot.
answered 5 years ago
I prefer to use the colorless primer. Sometimes the tints can change the color of your makeup slightly. A friend of mine has the blue. It seems to work well for her in neutralizing some of her red spots, and brightens her skin. Hope this helps!