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Orange Makeup Can Give Your Teeth a Yellow Hue

Posted on 9/7/2020 by Tropic Dental
Orange Makeup Can Give Your Teeth a Yellow HueThere is nothing worse than discovering late into the afternoon that your lipstick has left its mark on your teeth. How long has that been there? How many people passed by your smiling face and said NOTHING about the hideous smudge across your front two teeth?! It's right up there with finding a wilted spinach leaf pinched between your incisors hours after you've finished your meal. Luckily, in both of these cases, it doesn't take much time to correct the issue and have your smile looking its best once again. The harder problems to solve are the ones that aren't so obvious.

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If you have been wearing make-up for a while, you know how important it is to match your foundation to your complexion. Sometimes it's not easy to find a good match to your skin tone, and many of us simply choose one that we think is correct enough. The one color your teeth will agree is incorrect is orange. Orange foundation, lipstick, or lip liner tricks the eyes into seeing more yellow in our teeth then is there. If you're trying to appear tan with an off-colored foundation, you should know that you'll be sacrificing the brilliance of your teeth for an appearance that will ultimately be ineffective. For more experienced make-up users, compare your smile in a lipstick with blue and purple undertones to a lipstick with orange and yellow. You'll find that your teeth will appear their correct shade or whiter in the cool colored applications.

Despite how you choose to style yourself, we'll still service your teeth and assist in showing the world how beautifully healthy they are. Until your next your next visit with us, keep smiling and consider not painting your face like a pumpkin.
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