3 pH-Reacting Makeup Products That Make Sure You Never Pick The Wrong Shade Again

pH-reacting makeup lip balm

Have you ever tried pH-reacting makeup? If not, it’s exactly what it sounds like: makeup that contains ingredients that react to pH levels of your skin by changing color.

In other words, the color and shade of the makeup—be it lip balm, blush, or even foundation—changes as soon as it touches your skin!

Pretty cool, huh?

The best thing about this kind of makeup is that it’s a big win for those of us who struggle to find the right shade the first, second, or even third time around! If that’s you, check out these pH-reacting makeup products that you should try. 

Youthforia BYO Blush, $36

Putting on makeup is all about having fun and you’ll definitely get a kick out of this color-adjusting blush by Youthforia.

It’s a universally flattering blush that is clear and colorless right up until you rub it on your cheeks and find out that, ta-da!, it’s your perfect shade.

Not to mention that it’s made with 20 plant-based ingredients, making it ultra skin-friendly.

Winky Lux Flower Bomb Lip Stain, $16

The right pink shade almost feels like it doesn’t exist, but this Flower Bomb lipstick pretty much ensures that it does.

It’s a vegan lip stain made with pH-matching technology that helps this soft, moisturizing bomb fade into your ideal pink lip shade.

Plus, the flowers are a cute little surprise in the middle! Once you finish the tube (and you will!), it’s all yours. 

Hailey Beauty REBELLE Foundation, $48

Hailey Beauty took “true match” foundation technology to another level with Rebelle Foundation by making it completely white.

It sounds crazy, but it’s totally genius because once you rub the moisturizing formula into your skin, it adapts to your skin tone—light, deep, and every shade in between.

How is that even possible? PH technology, of course!

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