It all depends on what you're using it for. If you use it under you eyes to conceal and correct you want to find a color that matches your skin. You don't want your under eyes to look unatural and not blend into your complexion. If you are using is as a highlighter, you can't go wrong with any shade. I would actually reccomend going lighter so it adds glow to your skin.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
i would go with #2 it does not go on cakey or thick so maybe you could pull off #1 but id go with #2 just to be safe. I have color number 2 and im medium toned maybe even light-medium, and #2 is great... it looks pretty light when i applied it to my hand but it blends beautifully so i wouldn't be too too worried, its very thin.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
I think either color would be fine - I'm asian (but pretty light) and i use #1 and when they started making these other shades i went to a sephora store and tested out #1 on one side and #2 on the other. Honestly, the salesperson and i both thought #1 looked better. (We put it under my eyes) I dunno if it would be different for other areas though
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
go with #3. I picked ivory and it is light for me, and I am light to med., but I am making it work, blending it well with my foundation. This really is a great concealer. I love it.
answered 6 years ago
I use the # 1, Luminous Radiance, and it isn't too light for me for under the eyes. However, my skin has pink undertones. With light olive skin, the # 2 may be a better choice. But, the product does blend very well into your skin, so it doesn't look heavy or obvious.
This does not look too peachy or yellowy - it blends beautifully!
answered 6 years ago
(Deerfield Beach, FL)
#1 is going to be the wrong shade if you have olive skin. It's for pink-based complexions, and yours should be yellow-based. I have the #2, and I think it's nothing short of miraculous. My skin is light though, yellow-based, and this is a light concealer, but not too light for me. If you consider your tone to be olive, I'd take the medium complexions yellow-based color, which should be #4 if my memory serves me right.
I'd go with 2. The color my monitor shows is pink for 2 while the actual product is not pink. I bought 2 and it is perfect. I have fair skin with yellow undertones (I tan easily but have no tan now). If you have a tan I'd think 3 would be better.
I'd go with #2. I have fair skin and use the lightest shade.