Broken capillaries and splotchy redness show up more on fair-skinned women of color. A good sheer-to-medium coverage product usually visually erases this. If more coverage is needed, opt for a yellow-to-olive-toned concealer, says Thomas. For redness, Uzo says to use a multitasking primer that preps the skin and soothes it. And we found that even though there are more options, lighter skin tones can still be hard to match. The key is to find a foundation that doesn’t have an overly pink base, says Wright. When you go to the counter, ask for options with a neutral undertone.