Be aware that when matching pinks not all pinks have the same under tone.I heard a conversation about pink today which has prompted me to write this
as sometimes matching pinks seems difficult and this is why. If you imagine mixing paints. A cool based pink, you would be basically using true red and white.Depending on how much white to red will determine the depth of the pink e.g more white will give a pastel effect more red a hot pink.if you ad blue
this would give a slight purple tone but still cool based.Cool based pinks can appear to take the color out of someone with a olive complexion and can even age the look of the skin. But some pinks belong in the warm family.This family of pinks are made up of red and white but also may have a hint of yellow or orange to give a slight coral effect.Even the smallest amount in the dye or paint will change the reflect.Warmer pinks will throw warmth on the face which is not so good if you have a ruddy complexion already, but great if you have a more olive or warm tone in your skin.