By Zaf Udin 05/28/2011 Google+
Some brunettes envy the fairest peach undertone of Caucasians, but there are many fair-skinned who genuinely want the skin of the rich-colored people, partly because the other skin color favors their personal favorite colors. If you are a dark-skinned fellow, there are a lot of colors that will bring out the best of your chocolate beauty, just like those fair-skinned. You just have to pick the right ones.
In choosing nursing scrub colors, knowing your palette is a must. It is almost as necessary as choosing the make-up shades that will look good on you as according to your skin, hair and eye colors. The general rule for choosing colors is keeping your own self visible.
Bright Colors. The fact that bright colors make ebony or mahogany visible doesn't prove that they all look stunning on dark-skinned people. Neon colors and those that are too overwhelming can push you away to the background. Go for nursing scrubs with bright colors that are clear, but don't allow for a glow in the dark or some kind of warning hazard look. The primary colors are your best bets, and don't go too far from them to avoid getting washed out.
Pastel Colors. When you choose to go pastel, go for cool tones because most dark-skinned have this tone, and that pastels have enough amount of contrast with the kind of skin. Lavender, lilac and purple colored nursing scrubs, accentuated with jewel tones, will look best on you. There are some dark-colored persons with warm tone, though. If you're one of them, cream, orange, pink, and yellow will be great.
Dark Colors. Just how dark can you go with your choices of nursing scrub colors? Don't wear anything that is too close to your skin color. Should there be a need to do so, wear it over another color that would make a distinction between your skin and that particular garment. Most neutral colors such as black are an exception, though.
Whatever nursing scrub colors you choose to wear in order to look good, the most important aspect of beauty still comes from one's inner self.