Find The Right Makeup For You
Stay away from brown shades that will dull your complexion. Gray hair can make you look pale and washed out, so you need to add warmth with color: roses, reds, apricots and peach in a cream formula for a soft shine.
Check your current color in natural daylight and move up a shade if it's too pale with your new hair color. Gray hair tends to drain color from the face, and your old shade may no longer work. A blusher in rose tones or pastels is a must to add a wash of warmth to your skin. Cream or cream-powder blush helps you avoid a dry look, which can be aging.
Use a concealer for under-eye shadows -- the blue/gray area under the eyes that's intensified by gray hair. A yellow-based concealer applied under your foundation will solve the problem. True Match makeup by L'Oreal has makeup, powder, blush and concealer that is super blendable, easy to apply and matches the tone and texture of your skin.
For brown eyes, choose a gray or brown palette of eyeshadows. Blue or green eyes are complemented by grays, slates and navy. Keep application light, and polish the look with a sweep of mascara. Black is universally flattering, and one easy coat brings lift to your eyes.