Peach fuzz is a versatile shade that works on all skin tones!
As we usher in the new year, one tradition we anticipate is the introduction of Pantone’s Color of the Year. This year, the spotlight shines on Peach Fuzz, a color that is calm, warm, and feminine.
Style & Beauty Contributor Megan Moore shares how to incorporate this color into your beauty routine.
How to Pull Peach Fuzz Into Your Beauty Routine
The Peach Fuzz Palette: Soft, Warm, and Timeless
According to color researchers, 2024’s color of the year is more than just trendy; it symbolizes a balance between the youthful and the timeless. However, as with any orange shade, a thoughtful approach is important when bringing it into your home décor, wardrobe, and beauty routine.
Peach Fuzz in Makeup
Megan says this color is versatile across various skin tones. Peachy coral tones have a quality that complements both the fairest and darkest complexions. It’s a perfect choice for a more subdued and settling aesthetic.
Megan guides us through a step-by-step application of the color of the year in our makeup routine:
- Cheeks: A subtle peach blush, such as the SheGlam liquid blush in “Float On,” adds a light and surface-level flush to the cheeks. Megan assures us that the key is to maintain an orange undertone for the authentic Peach Fuzz effect.
- Eyes: Peach Fuzz eyeshadow, preferably in a matte finish, is perfect for an all-over lid application. Megan encourages us to treat peach as a neutral, allowing it to pair effortlessly with other colors like brown, gray, or mauve.
- Lips: To avoid a washed-out look, Megan recommends choosing a peachy lip shade with depth. She introduces a NARS balm, providing a sheer yet pigmented finish for a balmy feel with a punch of color.
- Nails: Megan predicts that Peach Fuzz will make an appearance in spring manicures and pedicures.
Megan says you can wear these elements together for a monochromatic look, or mixing Peach Fuzz with other complementary tones. The key is to find the perfect balance that aligns with your personal style.