Colors to go with
Foundation: Since foundation is the base on which you will build your entire look, it is important that it should perfectly match to your skin tone. Foundations generally have either a blue-toned or a golden base, with variations that flatter a wide group of faces falling in the warm and cool ranges.
For a cool skin tone, choose a foundation that has blue or pink undertones.
One should test the color on the face (not on the wrist or hand!) and have a look at in sunlight to make sure of having a good match.
Powder: Opt for loose powder that you can apply evenly on the face.Designed to set the make-up and control excess shine, powder will give your face a perfectly made-up look.
Choose powder that has blue or pink undertones.
Blush:Cool skin tones are best suited to pink, tawny, and beige blushes
Lipstick: Choosing lipstick color is the most difficult. Before you choose any shade, it is important to first examine a tester version of the lipsticks on a sheet of white paper to discover their dominant color.
If you have a very light skin tone, try colors like pinks, shades of orange/red and light purples.
If you have a fair complexion with a rosy tint, choose shades of red and pink.
Eye Shadow: For cool skin tones, white, silver, pale blue, purple, dark green, and gray are good choices of eye shadow.