Make Your Tan Pop!
Now that you’ve put time and effort into getting a gorgeous glow from TanFastic Jackson, it’s time to flaunt it! Certain colors of clothing, particular jewelry and a hair trick will really bring out the bronze. Here are some hues to have on hand.
You needn’t be an expert to know that pale pigments are the easiest way to make the most of your glow. Take your pick of pink, blue or green to maximize your look. A pastel palette will do some good work bringing out the warm tones in your skin.
Citrus and fruity
Orange, yellow and lime green look great on people with golden skin. Citrus colors enhance your glow, as do watermelon, melon and berry.
This one’s a no-brainer. Whichever shade you’re working with, it will create maximum contrast to give the illusion of a deeper, darker tan. All-white works well, as does wearing bright colors and mixing in white shirts, t-shirts and shorts.
When it comes to accentuating your tan in a bathing suit, the brighter, the better. Neon styles with black outlines offer stark color contrasts between the neon and your tan.
Figure in your fingers
Choose shades of nail polish that blend well with your clothing. Corals, white, orange, light blues and bright reds accentuate a tan.
Certain types of jewelry—gold necklaces, earrings and bracelets—are good choices, as are white accessories such as cuffs, pearls and braided leather bracelets. Diamond or faux diamond jewelry will attract attention to your tan because of its pale color and shiny quality.
You needn’t do a total dye job, think about adding highlights. Some shades of hair color complement tans better than other colors. Golden blonde is great, while ash and platinum blonde work best with cool skin tones. Don’t want to go blonde? Instead, choose highlights that are a medium golden brown or golden beige.
Don’t forget that saying “If you’ve got it, flaunt it!” Truer words were never spoken when it comes to a gorgeous glow from TanFastic Jackson. And to stay in the know, follow TanFastic Jackson on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.