It turns out, both shades were a perfect match.
“I used two shades on Keyaira because she is a perfect example of a deeper skin toned woman with a lighter t-zone area, and darker forehead, jawline and neck area,” Starr explained. “For her, the color that best matches the inner area of her face would look light and possibly “ashy” on her forehead and jaw, but the deeper shade I used, if used alone, would make her skin look too deep and flat. Which is often described as, ‘muddy.'”