Jewels are a girl’s best friend. If a girl says not to buy a birthday present that means get me a birthday present and make sure it’s jewellery. Jewellery has been worn for centuries as one of the means of enhancing our outer appearance and status.
Luckily today we have a wide range of styles, designs, and materials to choose from such as diamonds, ruby, sapphire, black opals, emerald and many more. However you can opt for many renowned firms such as Johnston Opals which provides one of the largest collections of Australian opals in loose, rough, and cut specimens.
Now having numerous options around it is very important for you to buy the right jewellery that is apt for your face and skin tone. Down below I would like to throw some light on certain factors that might affect your choice.
- First, determine your skin tone. Skin tone may fall into one of the two categories, cool or warm. Skin tones can be identified by locating an area on your body from where your veins are clearly visible usually the wrist serves as a good reference point.
- However cool skin tones are identified by bluish coloured veins. People with cooler skin tones may notice pinkish or rosy red undertones while looking in the mirror. While warm skin tones have greenish coloured veins. While looking at the mirror you may notice yellow or golden undertones.
- Second, pick a metal and complementary colour, Cool skin tones favours metals such as silver, platinum, and white gold while warm tones favour gold, brass and copper. For complementary colours cool skin tones favours stones such as south sea pearls, white pearls, and diamonds. Stone colour should be more on pinks, purples, blues, reds, etc. While warm skin tones favour stones such as coral, golden toned pearls. Stone colour should focus on browns, oranges, greens, yellows, peaches, etc.
These are a couple of tips that will guide you in choosing the right jewellery according your skin tone. Visit: johnstonopals.com.au to know more.