I literally can't tell skin colours apart unless its too obvious. All skin colours, especially the non white ones seem to look so different depending on the lighting. Take this famous celeb guy for example.
he looks brown as fuck in this lighting
and now out here he gives the impression of being lighter than even some whites
Another example, here a white guy:
here this irish hunk is the same colour as a dirty shitskin curry munching faggot
and here is almost as light as an actual irish chick @jxpxtxr
and i also looked at some of my old photos, there are pics where i make my mom look like a shitskin ethnic brown bitch but then i saw her pics in spain and italy and she was lighter skinned than majority of the other shitty skinned southern europeans. And there are pics where i look almost nigga tier. Even in mirrors and real life there seems to be fluctuations, i always thought i was much darker skinned than this friend of mine and once during some related conversation he was like i am quite fair and when we stood next to each other in the mirror, he was right, i was at least 2-3 skin tones fairer. And then there are some lightings where i look shitskinned as hell.
- I can understand what u mean, lighting makes a lot of differenceVote A
- No one cares for this shit, u knowVote B
- Its pretty easy to tell, ur just dumbVote C
Most Helpful Girl
Here, you want to see my unfiltered skin tone?
Outside, natural lighting
Inside, natural lighting
I'm not white but I'm definitely lighter than your average South Asian, I remember your question with the picture of your eye and we don't have the same skin tone.
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Most Helpful Guy
well its hard to say from pictures but in real life i can usually tell if a person is from the UK, France Belgium, the Netherlands. its not so obvious for me for other ethnicities because i am not too familiar with these ethnicities. also people can tan. and lighting is important as well, as are the seasons. people are generally more than in the summer.
but race is more skull structure than skin tone though.0