Real Talk: If Your Face and Neck Are Different Shades, What Foundation Shade Do You Need?

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It’s safe to assume that each makeup pro and enthusiast has a different method for finding the perfect foundation match, but it is definitely important to be taking your face, neck, and upper torso into consideration.

Meanwhile, Denika Bedrossian — who Hailey Bieber worked with on her wedding day — actually recommends swatching the inside of your arm to get the best overall body and face match, and clean beauty expert Christy Coleman, whose clientele includes Emmy Rossum and Alessandra Ambrosio, says that swatching on your jawline will help you match both your face and neck.

"It is important to take this into consideration when matching foundation because we don’t want to have a different color face than body".

Real Talk: If Your Face and Neck Are Different Shades, What Foundation Shade Do You Need?

Real Talk: If Your Face and Neck Are Different Shades, What Foundation Shade Do You Need?

Daniel Chinchilla, Ariana Grande’s go-to artist, advocates for matching your foundation with your face because your neck often gets less sun exposure and is therefore too light.

"Because we tend to protect, exfoliate and treat the skin on the face more than the body, they may be a different color than one another," she explains.

Though these artists can’t seem to agree where exactly the swatch should go for the perfect foundation match, there are a few things that they all recommend doing before you decide on a foundation splurge.

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