Seeeking for Apropriate Foundation
Mostly Latina skin has yellow-orange undertones. To achieve even coverage, give the preference to yellow-orange foundations an tinted moisturizers which suit your skin tone.
If the skin gets a slightly green undertone in winter, which is the most common problem for Latinas, try to use a deep bronzing powder which can help you create a warm and tanned look. It is also beneficial to add color on the apples of the cheeks - stick to rosy colors, not oranges, they work best in counteracting green.
Picking up the Right Colors
It will look great if you use a shot of bright color somewhere on your face, but choose only one feature of your face. Shades as fuchsias and jewel tones should be avoided. Keep your eye make up smoky with deep, rich hues, use shades in the wine, plum, deep pink. For your cheeks and lips select rose families.
Make up, Then Kiss
Your lips is the most beautiful feature of the face especially if you are a Hispanic woman. The lips of Hispanic women naturally have a beautiful dark color to their lips that's why dark lipsticks look best on them. It will also look great if you add some finish to them. For example, add more sparkle by applying a shimmer or gloss on tops of a matte lip color.
Softer lipstick tones will look great but bright tones such as oranges and corals should be avoided.