You are orange. Your skin is not black or white or red or whatever. Every human being is orange. The pigment that colors everyone’s skin is the same color as that shade you get from really cheap tanning lotions. Think of your skin like transparent cellophane. If you have only one or two layers of orange cellophane, your skin color will be paler than someone who has, say, 20 layers of orange cellophane. If you are old or on medication and your skin is dry, the orange color will appear dull. Food will affect the color of your skin. So will the amount of fat beneath your skin. fat is yellow and will add to the yellowing of your skin. Illness will change the color of your skin.
You instinctively know that you are orange because of the amount of blue people wear. Blue is the complement of orange. Who doesn’t have a pair jeans? A blue suit or dress that is a favorite? You always look best in blue. You get hired if you wear blue. You are orange.