The LMT Shade: Opal
If you’re on the pale side like Emily, the lightest shade in the line blends seamlessly into very fair skin with cool or neutral undertones.
If you’re going matte: Porcelain helps mask imperfections that are easier to see on those with extremely fair coloring and cool or neutral undertones.
The LMT Shade: Pearl
This shade has a punch of pink, which gives those with fair to light coloring and cool or neutral undertones like Allison a healthy, natural glow.
If you’re going matte: Try Linen, a slightly darker beige that blends evenly into a fair to light complexion, warming it up.
The LMT Shade: Golden
A middle-of-the-skin-tone-road hue with hints of yellow, this shade won’t wash out those with light to medium coloring and neutral or warm undertones like Christina.
If you’re going matte: Nude is a light tan with similar hints of yellow, giving medium to tan skin with neutral or warm undertones glowing coverage.
The LMT Shade: Glow
Those with warm undertones like Alex should wear this peachy shade that gives light-medium to medium skin tones a just-stepped-out-of-the-sun finish.
If you’re going matte: Chamomile is the golden, mattifying alternative for medium-tan to dark-tan skin with neutral to warm undertones.
The LMT Shade: Bronzed
If you have medium or tan coloring with neutral or warm undertones like Erica, this shimmery, tan shade will make your skin radiant.
If you’re going matte: Try Hazel, a nutty brown for medium-tan to dark-tan skin with neutral or warm undertones if you want a more velvety finish.
The LMT Shade: Deep Bronze
Vanessa is wearing the deepest shade in the line, which is best for those with tan to dark skin with warm or neutral undertones. The creamy formula offers total coverage without washing out color.