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The beauty world is a tough one these days.
People are becoming more conscious of their skin and their health, and it is not just beauty products that are changing.
It is now the new normal to wear makeup, and for some people, it can look like a costume.
In a new study, for the first of its kind, the New Scientist Beauty Expert team tested how makeup looks on the face of people of various ages and body types.
They wanted to find out which makeup looks best on someone who was at a different age and in different body types, and which looked best for someone who would look great with a different outfit.
The results were a hit.
The team’s beauty expert, Tom Ford, says: “What you want to do is be aware of your skin tone, and try and wear things that are lighter and warmer.”
They found the look most suitable for a 16-year-old girl, with her skin tone of medium to dark brown.
“This was a perfect fit for her body type, so she had a neutral palette, she was also wearing a blush, a pencil blush and a lip gloss,” says Ms Ford.
A 16- year-old woman’s face is a delicate canvas for a makeup application.
She could wear an eye shadow that was a mix of the lightest colours possible and the darker ones.
If she chose to wear a lip liner, they would likely be a medium shade.
There were no specific instructions for the look.
Ms Ford says: “When it comes to people’s skin, you want your skin to be as natural as possible.
That means that you don’t need to go overboard with any colours, and you don