For a fair complexion:
Sure, you can stick with always-flattering wine shades that are “more of a neutral red or berry shade, which always look good on light skin tones,” says makeup artist Jenn Streicher
. Or, you can be more vampy and daring. Fairer skin can pull off any shade of wineit’s all about how dramatic you want to go,”
says makeup artist Mai Quynh
. “You can pull a Kate Bosworth
, who’s very fair and wears a very vampy deep red.” The benefits of going bold? “Your teeth and the whites of your eyes look whiter,” says makeup artist Kim Bower
, who swears by Tom Ford Black Orchid lipstick.
BONUS: See the next slide for Kate Bosworth's exact wine shade!