Blondes start with the most neutral palette, so they can afford to take risks with hair and makeup shades, says celebrity colorist Michael Canalé, who's responsible for painting on Jennifer Aniston's highlights. The trick to looking beyond gorgeous? Balance a punchy lip with a sparkling, eye-enhancing shade.
MC TIP for light skin tones: Soft peachy shades on lips and cheeks won't clash with a ruddy complexion.
MC TIP for tan skin tones: Pale pinks can look drab, so try orange shades to brighten up darker skin.
MC TIP for light skin tones: Fair and medium skin tones are super-versatile, so play with blue- and orange-based reds.
MC TIP for tan skin tones: True cherry-red stains pop against golden skin. Pair with coppery eyeshadow for an understated yet glam vibe.
Blondes can prevent brassiness by coating strands with conditioner before hitting the beach.
Bed Head Dumb Blonde Leave-In Conditioner, $17.