Difficult is the opposite of easy. It means that something requires lots of effort to do it. Hard can be the opposite of "soft" (such as a hard pillow and a soft pillow) but it can also mean "difficult."
For example, you can say:
The test was difficult. = The test was hard.
It's difficult to understand the teacher. = It's hard to understand the teacher.
The word hard is a little more informal, so it's better to use difficult in more formal writing.
The word hard can also be an adverb to describe doing an action with great effort or energy. We often use it with the verbs work and try:
There are all sorts of confusing rules regarding choosing the right shade for your skin tone. The magazine are always suggesting tips such as A real red with a tiny bit of blue in it suits most people. But how in the world can you tell if a red color has a tiny bit of blue in it Then there the advice that if your complexion is pink, you will look better in plum shades, while girls with yellow tones are flattered by warmer reds that have a brown base, according to celebrity makeup artist Jemma Kidd in Harper. Huh My suggestion is to try a bunch of shades and pick the one that looks best on you, period. A gorgeous color on almost everyone is MAC Blaze pictured here.