Calling all fair-skinned beauties out there: having a tough time finding products to match or suit your pale skin? You are not alone. We’ve gone on a hunt for the best products for fair skin to enhance your beautiful skin tone.

Here are our favorite products for fair skin.


makeup forever foundation
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The Make Up Forever HD Invisible Cover Foundation has a huge range of shades. Whether you have a more pink undertone or a yellow one, this foundation has a color to match you. Not to mention does it have amazing coverage.


hourglass powder
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Powder might be a no-go if you have very fair skin.. It can make your face look extra caky and powdery because of how light it is. But if you must use powder, go for one that has more of a light luminous finish, rather than matte. This one by Hourglass is barely noticeable, but still sets your makeup in place.


laura mercier blush
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With fair skin, lots of blush colors can look really intense. Choose one (like this one from Laura Mercier) with a lighter pigmentation and color to create a more natural flush.


Becca moonstone
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Like lots of other products, highlighter can sometimes look like a streak of random color across your fair skin. It’s important to choose one that complements your skin tone. Go for a highlighter that is lighter in color so it won’t sit on top of your skin. Becca has amazing highlights, and this one in the shade “Moonstone” is perfect for fair skin.

Lip products

NARS lipstick
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Lip products are something ladies with fair skin can really play with. Don’t be afraid to go bold! Red, bright pink, or bright coral are all good options to play up your look. Just make sure to keep the rest of your makeup fairly light. NARS makes these amazing lip crayons that are sure to glide right on.


Mario Badescu lotion
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Fair skin tends to be very prone to getting sun burnt easily. It’s important to protect your skin! Choose a lightweight sunscreen to wear under your makeup, like this one from Mario Badescu.