Here are a few quick tips to help you 

Best Bet: Two Shades Darker
The most flattering lip tones will be one or two shades darker than your natural lip color.
Figure Out Your Skin’s Undertone
Look at the veins in your inner wrists in the natural light. If they appear bluish, you have a cool undertone. If they look more greenish, then your undertone is warm. Rosy pink, pomegranate, and cranberry tones look best on cool skin tones; while bronze, copper, and cinnamon work better on warm skin tones.
It’s Also About Your Lip Shape
Darker colors make lips look smaller, while brighter colors make lips appear bigger. Stay away from dark shades and stick to light-to-medium shades if you have thin lips. Darker shades also tend to draw more attention to your lips, a tip you should keep in mind if you want to accentuate or minimize your puckers.
Don’t Be Afraid to Go Nude
Pick a nude lip color that is slightly brighter or deeper than your skin tone. If you’re pale, look for something with a hint of pink.
Actually, Anyone Can Wear Red
The secret to choosing the right red lip color is in the undertones. Try on cherry red if you’re pink skinned, fire-engine red if you’re olive skinned, and deep red if 
you’re dark skinned.
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