9 Beauty Rules No Royal Lady Would Ever Break

Members of the royal family are always in the public eye. Their spotlight becomes even more intense on special occasions like the upcoming royal wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle. Somehow, the royal ladies’ outfits, hair, and makeup always look flawless no matter what.

smartzune.com  has collected 9 beauty rules that royal women continue to live by every day.

1. No bright lipstick

Ever seen a beautiful shade of lipstick on a friend, only to find that it looks awful on you? Well, you’re not alone! Determining which shade suits you best takes more than just finding a pretty colour. Lipsticks look very different on different people, due to the undertone of our skin. So, keep reading to find your skin tone and the best shades to match!

Your skin is very pale (almost translucent) and may have some freckles or redness. You easily burn in the sun, and tend to get red before you go tan. An easy trick to see if your skin tone is cool, is to look at the veins in your wrist. If they look blue then you know. You can also tell by doing the jewellery test – cool skin tones look better in silver than gold.

You will never see a woman from the royal family rocking brightly colored lipstick. It is simply forbidden to wear red or bold berry shades. Using any other color than pink and nude is considered to be inappropriate. One of the benefits of this rule is that these royal women will never be caught with lipstick on their teeth.Now, to the big question – what colours suit you best? With a cool tone you should go for lipstick shades with blue or purple undertones. So, when you choose a red lip, steer away from the orangey shades and move more toward the deep bluish reds. Also, be careful with shades that are too light – they can make you look washed out. However, you will look radiant in bold, deep colours that provide contrast to your skin tone.