Darker sallow skin looks better than its darkening counterpart, according to a new study.
It’s also possible that darker skin tones can help with acne and other skin conditions, researchers say.
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore found that darker skin tones have better elasticity, texture and skin texture than lighter skin tones.
Researchers also found that darker sallow faces looked more natural, which helps them blend in with darker skin.
The research was published in the journal Nature.
Darker sallows were also found to have a deeper color palette, which can make them easier to blend in on skin tones that are darker than the one the subjects were exposed to, according the study.
For example, the darker sallows could be used as a foundation for darker skin tone to create a more realistic, but still fair skin tone.
In a related study, researchers found that the darker the skin tone, the less the subjects’ skin is pigmented.
So, for example, darker skin tends to be lighter than lighter.
Researchers also say that dark sallow is not only a good choice for darker skintones, but it can help people with darker hair or skin tones with dark hair, or darker skin, to create an attractive appearance.