Intimacy means something deeply personal. It is a close
connection or a deep understanding of a place or a person.
Suppose you would like a person to open up, be relaxed in
your presence, be ready for any discussion, THEN turn into intimacy itself –
meet them “NAKED”!
Today’s post is dedicated to your nude color.
The nude or your skin tone color is not as absolute, formal
and insulating as black. When wearing the right skin tone, you feel relaxed,
accessible and elegant. Wear this color if you want to be very frank and honest
I read that some professionals (e.g. psychologists) paint their
offices in “their nude” as if they continue themselves in the walls.
This color makes you slightly vulnerable, it expresses your
basic essence to some extent.
If your skin is lighter than your hair color, you can
combine your nude color with your hair color to create a more organic look.
The list of skin tones is quite long – from alabaster to
dark chocolate. In addition, there are people with a “simple” skin, without sub
tones, and there are people with a “complex” skin. I just would like to draw
you attention at the amount shades of “beige” or “nude”. You will notice a
little difference between two colors.
Intimacy is defined as a close,familiar,andaffectionatepersonalrelationship ora closeassociationwith or deepunderstanding of a place,subject or person. So if you wish people feel intimate with you – dress yourselves in yourselves:).
The two variations of your skin coloration represent both the melanin or predominant beige tone of your skin, and the hemoglobin or red tone of your skin. This elegant beige color is the one that we chose from many shades found in your skin as being the most related to the overall look of your skin. We touched upon the red tone while we discussed your romantic color. The beige and rose are ones of the most important colors as they play the major role in creation of your color harmony.
You must have noticed the variety of beige in the market, I uploaded a picture with some examples. Finding the right one is quite a challenge. There are people with a “simple” skin without any sub-tones and there are people with a complicated skin. You may be swarthy, dusky, brown and at the same time your sub-tone could be a cold rose, which results in cooler types of beige and anything, which is burnt sugar, toasted almond or any other warm beige will be killing for your look. Well, I am sure you have tried on many things in beige and you understand …
While wearing the right beige you will feel yourselves calm, approachable and elegant. If your skin tone is lighter than your hair, wear your skin tone in combination with your hair related color, like in the Portrait of a Lady as Evelina in the beginning of the post.