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    How to Determine Your Skin Undertone | Color Analysis | Skin Tone | Find Your Skin Undertone

    In this video I’m going to share with you two tests you can do on your own to assess whether you have a cool or a warm skin undertone. Your skin undertone is the coloring underneath the surface of your skin and does not change during your lifetime. Which is very different from your skin tone which is the coloring on the outer surface of your skin and can change from season to season as you burn or tan. Knowing whether you have a warm or a cool skin undertone is a key piece of information about you to take with you makeup shopping or when you go to the…

  • Simple Way to Find Your Skin Undertone – Your Eye Pattern | How To – Color Analysis
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    Simple Way to Find Your Skin Undertone – Your Eye Pattern | How To – Color Analysis

    No talking hey everyone I’m Carol Brailey of carolbrailey.com in this video I’m gonna help guide you figure out your skin undertone based on your eye pattern I’m so excited about rolling out this video just simply because it represents the first of a series of videos I’m gonna be rolling out focused on looking at your eye pattern to help determine your best hair makeup clothing and accessory color so like this video subscribe to my channel share it so that you receive updates on my channel as these new videos are rolled out so just a quick recap why do we care about figuring out our skin undertone…

  • How to Change Skin Colour from Dark to Light in Photoshop ” In a minute only”
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    How to Change Skin Colour from Dark to Light in Photoshop ” In a minute only”

    Hi guys welcome back on Nitin photography. My name is Nitin. Guys today’s episode is super cool because I am telling you. how to make fair skin from dark skin This is very simple method to make fair skin in Adobe Photoshop. we have to do follow simple steps just 2- 3 clicks only First of all we have to open a image in Adobe Photoshop. Friends here i have opened an image in Adobe Photoshop And now we will make its skin fair First we need to select the skin For which we Quick selection tools can also be taken Or we will use the Lasso Tool here. We…

  • Vitiligo Discrimination: Nail salon employee is rude to customer with skin condition | WWYD
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    Vitiligo Discrimination: Nail salon employee is rude to customer with skin condition | WWYD

    We’re a trends color and design a beauty salon in Florham Park, New Jersey Alicia has a nail appointment Manager yes, but when she takes her coat off Kristen sees a problem Look at her I’m not letting her touch me. It’s so ugly If you were at a beauty salon and heard this I heard it’s contagious What would you do? Joining me today is internationally known supermodel Winnie Harlow who’s witnessed the same reaction firsthand? She made her modeling debut as a contestant on America’s Next Top Model using her birth name Chantel Winnie like talisha has the same non contagious skin condition called vitiligo I’m here because…

  • Nature’s Mood Rings: How Chameleons Really Change Color | Deep Look
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    Nature’s Mood Rings: How Chameleons Really Change Color | Deep Look

    I don’t know about you, but I thought to be chameleon-like was to be someone who could fit in anywhere. Adapt. Blend in. Turns out that is all wrong. Chameleons don’t change color to match their environment. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Their baseline is camouflage. When chameleons are relaxed, they’re mostly green. They naturally blend into their home in the forest canopy. They even mimic leaves by dancing around a little. But when they feel threatened, or annoyed, or just want to show a little swagger – that is when their color changes. They transform into living mood rings. Chameleons change color to make a statement. The faster…

  • You’re Not Hallucinating. That’s Just Squid Skin. | Deep Look
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    You’re Not Hallucinating. That’s Just Squid Skin. | Deep Look

    Cuttlefish… octopuses… and squid have an almost otherworldly ability to control their appearance. What makes it possible are these spots. They’re called chromatophores. They’re like tiny water balloons, filled with colored pigment. When the balloons expand, you see more pigment, more color… When they contract, the color shrinks to a tiny dot. The overall effect can be really dramatic. And for good reason. These animals don’t have protective external shells. They’re unarmored. Naked. And they aren’t great swimmers, either. Camouflage is their best defense. They have to be good at it. Octopuses can change their body position and the pattern on their skin to match rock or coral. Octopuses and…

  • Nina Jablonski breaks the illusion of skin color
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    Nina Jablonski breaks the illusion of skin color

    Interestingly, Charles Darwin was born a very lightly pigmented man, in a moderately-to-darkly pigmented world. Over the course of his life, Darwin had great privilege. He lived in a fairly wealthy home. He was raised by very supportive and interested parents. And when he was in his 20s he embarked upon a remarkable voyage on the ship the Beagle. And during the course of that voyage, he saw remarkable things: tremendous diversity of plants and animals, and humans. And the observations that he made on that epic journey were to be eventually distilled into his wonderful book, “On the Origin of Species,” published 150 years ago. Now what is so…

  • Why Do We Have Different Skin, Hair and Eye Color?
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    Why Do We Have Different Skin, Hair and Eye Color?

    We have a wonderfully diverse and beautiful world filled with millions of species of both animals and plants. At the top of the food chain sits us human beings – the most dominant of predators. Us homo sapiens all share similar characteristics with one another, but in the details we can vary dramatically. We don’t all look and sound the same. We don’t think the same. But why is this? Why do we differ in eye color, skin tone and hair? That’s what we will find out in today’s Infographics Show – Why do humans have different skin, hair and eye color? First let’s look at the science of skin.…