Photoshop tutorial: Fix skin tones using Color Range selections A simple and effective way to make skin look more natural and remove the look of strong makeup or fake tan in Photoshop By Tigz Rice | on April 16, 2014 Share Share Promotion Discover incredible stock media at a very low cost from Storyblocks Loops High-quality music loops that are great for videos! View Music Add some music to your videos that won't be flagged. View Sound Effects Boom! Beep. Ping. Whoosh. Clink! Buzz. View Icons Add them to your website or brand your business. View Video Stock video clips for any project! View Photos Find the perfect stock photo for your project! View Vectors Tons of high-quality vectors for you to use. View 4K Thousands of high-quality 4K video clips. View After Effects Logo reveals, slideshows, effects, and more. View Motion Backgrounds Make your website pop with a video background. View < > Read next Photoshop tutorial: Create an artwork with a 1980s tropical feel Complete our survey for a chance to win Photoshop tutorial: How to change the colours of objects in a photo 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop tutorial: Create digital tattoo art Design Trends 2018: 28 leading designers, creative directors & illustrators tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Comments JessicaHengehold said: My wife is trying DermalMD Even Tone serum, and says it has a nice texture. It is easy to apply. Plus, you can easily add moisturizer and foundation on top. And best of all, after one week the brown spots have already started to diminish. So yes, this product lives up to its promises. Jean D'Eau said: The skin tone option may only apply to cs6 users. Patrick said: Select - Color Range - Select - Skin Tones Patrick said: Select - Color Range - Select - Skin Tone Angus said: Same with me. Perta Ovidiu said: Hi, I don't have the option Skin tones in the Select menu...what can I do?