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The Romantic Gothic Collection

Bio Sculpture is proud to introduce our latest colours launch, the Romantic Gothic Collection.

Autumn/Winter 2016 will bring a touch of romanticism this season, inspired by the spirit of the rose. A flower begins its life as a tight bud that opens into a lush bloom, eventually collapsing back into itself. The colours from the Romantic Gothic Collection are inspired by this cycle of birth, beauty and growth.

199 – ROSE BUD

This bare nude is an elegant alternative to accompany our winter wardrobe

199 Rose Bud

 

200 – BEAUTY OF PERFECTION

A deep, rich tone of purple with a seductive mulberry shade

200 Beauty Of Perfection (LR)

 

201 – WILTING BOUQUET

A lavish shade of teal, with a bold brightness and almost velvet-like texture

201 Wilting Bouquet

 

202 – GORGEOUS DECAY

Pure black with a shimmer of gold – a classic staple shade for this season

202 Gorgeous Decay

 

203 – DEVOTED PETAL

This romantic cameo pink holds a vintage feel

203 Devoted Petal

 

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What Colour Suits Your Complexion?

Compliment your complextion

2015 has arrived and this year we celebrate the kaleidoscope of skin colour all around the globe. Bio Sculpture® wants to encourage you to take care of your unique skin type. Love your natural tone, flaunt those freckles or beauty spots and embrace your peerless colour complexion by complimenting it with NAIL COLOUR.

Colour Skin Tone 1

There are no rules when it comes to colour although certain colours compliment certain complexions better than others. 

Determining what side of the colour wheel will embellish your complexion:

Some complexions suit just about any colour. For the rest of us, some people’s skin has a gold/yellow undertone, while others have a blue/pink undertone. Analyse your wrist. If the veins appear blueish, you have a ‘cool/ocean’ complexion. If they appear greenish, you have a ‘warm/earth’ complexion. This specific undertone will help determine the colours you wear best. Another way to analyse, is to drape a red-orange scarf around your neck. Analyse your face. Then drape a red-violet scarf and compare the two. Some people suit both, but most will definitely fall either in the ‘cool/ocean’- or ‘warm/earth’ complexion category. The same test can be done by using a yellow-green and blue-green scarf.

Understanding Colour - Spectrum

Skin tone tips:

Fair/Pale skin tones

Stick to darker colours that contrast the skin – whites and pale colours might appear washed out.

Olive/Medium skin tones

Go either light, or dark. Be careful of brown, yellow or green undertones. It could make the skin appear yellow.

Darker skin tones

Pretty much any colour goes! Be careful of going too bright, too white or too dark/black.

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As all skin tones differ, use these tips as guidelines but never stop experimenting with COLOUR! 

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