Which shades of pigmentation are best for you?

With a mix of natural and artificial pigments, there’s a wide array of pigments available for your complexion.

But how do you choose the perfect shade of pigmented skin?

The answers can make a big difference, as there are many ways to look your best.

Read on for a look at what we know about the best shades of natural pigments.

Natural pigments Natural pigmentation is a natural, natural-looking product that’s usually available in a variety of colours and textures.

The pigment can also be a mixture of organic and inorganic materials.

Natural pigment products can be made from vegetable tannins, algae, or even plant extracts, and are typically made from organic or inorganic ingredients, according to the Canadian Organic Chemicals Council.

Organic pigments are made from plant materials, such as plants, algae and fruit, and contain organic compounds, including anthocyanins.

Anthocyanin is a naturally occurring compound that gives the colour it’s famous for.

Some pigments also contain vitamin C, which helps prevent wrinkles and dark circles.

A few of the best pigments to use Natural pigmented products can also contain alcohol, which gives them a light, luscious glow.

Some brands have alcohol-free versions as well, which are sometimes referred to as “alcohol-free” products.

But even if you’re looking for a natural-coloured product that contains alcohol, it’s worth mentioning that not all natural pigmented product contain it.

Some have no alcohol in them, or a lot of it is in the form of ethyl alcohol.

Ethyl alcohol is also the base of many synthetic pigments like BHA and SPF 25.

The colour of natural-color pigments is usually more vibrant than synthetic pigmented ones, which can give the skin a more natural, shiny look.

Some natural pigmentation products are also more expensive, meaning that you’ll need to shell out a little extra to find a product that delivers the best results.

Natural-color products have more pigment than synthetic products, but they’re often less expensive, according the Natural Pigment Society.

Some people prefer natural-colored products over synthetic products because they’re more suitable for skin types like oily skin.

The Colour Academy Natural-Color Pigments list recommends choosing natural- color products over their synthetic counterparts, because they provide better results for oily and combination skin types.

For more information on natural-type pigments and how to choose the best one for you, check out our article on the best natural-product pigments for oily skin and skin types who prefer natural pigment for oily or combination skin.

Natural and synthetic pigmentation Some of the most popular natural pigings for oily, combination and blemish-prone skin include: PVA-free, SPF-24, and PA+++ pigments