I live in the country and it’s a bit dusty, but my family prefers yellow, white, blue and green.
Which is best?
I can’t really tell.
My wife loves the blue because it reminds her of flowers and the beach.
But she likes the green, because it feels fresh.
If you’re like me and you love to mix colors, there’s no reason to stick to one color.
There are a lot of different things you can do with it, so it’s up to you.
I find that it depends on the mood of the house and the season.
But if you’re looking for the perfect match, the best way to go is to do something like this: Pick a color that has an almost minty, metallic feel to it.
When it dries, it becomes a beautiful, metallic color.
Use a light color, like a rose or lemon to bring out its vibrant, earthy, floral quality.
If your house is a bit cold, add a little cream.
When you’re done, it should feel a little like it’s dried out.
And it’s worth it.
It doesn’t have to be perfect.
Sometimes it will blend into your skin better than a darker, less-purple color.
Just a hint.
It’ll take some practice, but you’ll get there.