The Complete Color Guide for Deep Winter Color Palette for Seasonal Color Analysis

If you're looking for the right color for you, look no further! Here’s the complete color guide for people with Deep Winter seasonal palette. If you don't know what season color analysis is and which color palette family you belong to, no need to worry, read on below to find out exactly what your color palette is!


Deep Winter Undertone:

Deep Winter skin undertone may feel a lot more neutral rather than 100% cool. This means that your skin may appear a little warm when wearing some colors. However, some may see more cool undertone as a predominant color. Again, everything is in spectrum, so rather than trying to define everything precisely, just use this as a rough guide. Remember, there's nothing wrong or right about any of these, it's just a reference point/guide for your to discover the best colors and styling for you!


General Characteristics of Deep Winter:

Clear Winter have cool blue or rosy pink undertones with bluish veins, and usually have deep colors for hair ranging from medium to dark brown and black with blue or ash undertone. For eyes, it ranges from bright blue, green, pale hazel, or rosy brown or black.


Deep Winter Color Palette:

As a Clear Winter, you'll look great in these colors: black, pure white, red, blue, and pink. Your go-to color is black and vibrant primary colors. Colors to avoid are light earthy tones like rusty warm shades, or cool pastels colors, since these colors could make you look a little washed out. But this doesn't mean you can't wear these colors, if you feel like wearing them and feel good in them, go for it, you'll rock it!

Deep Winter Celebrities:

Some of the celebs who have the deep winter colors are : Kerry Washington, Anne Hathaway, Lucy Liu, and Priyanka Chopra. Take a quiz to find out if you have the same seasonal color palette as these celebs from here!


Deep Winter Makeup Tips:

Deep Winter Styling Tips:

  • Silver jewelry will enhance your glow rather than gold!

  • You'd look better with black or white than brown and tan.

  • Wear deep plum for a pop of color!

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