A bronzed complexion has always been one of the most sought-after looks in Hollywood. But believe it or not, sales of pale foundations actually went up by 200% thanks to the Twilight effect.

I have had light skin all my life and while there are times when I wish my skin was darker (don’t we always want what we don’t have?), I have learned to embrace it. After all, I can always fake it with makeup and self-tanners *lol*

So are you a pale porcelain princess or a gorgeous golden goddess? Would you prefer one over the other? Spill!

My Favorite Pale Porcelain Princesses

Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway and Fan Bing Bing

When buying a foundation, the first thing to do is to figure out whether your skintone is on the warm or cool side. Why? Because if you have warm undertones, a foundation with cool undertones will look pasty and sickly on you and if you are on the cool side, a warm foundation can make you look sallow. So how can you tell if you are warm or cool? Check out the following guidelines – it is a lot easier than you think!

warm skintone vs cool skintone