What Season Are You? Guide to Personal Seasonal Color Analysis

So many colors, so many choices. Either if you're picking up your next color for your hair, nails, lipsticks, or for your wardrobe, the chances are, you're picking and choosing between colors. If you want to save your time picking and choosing, you've arrived the right place! Personal seasonal color analysis can help you choose which colors you'd look good in, based on the color theory. Read on to find out what your best colors may be!


Seasonal Color Analysis

Seasonal color analysis is a tool to guide you find the best complementary colors based on your skin undertone, and your overall coloration of your features. It's a great tool to be applied in beauty and fashion to pick the right colors that would enhance your glow, and natural beauty, making you look healthier, more alive, and more of yourself. In this post, we will show each season's color palettes, and some fashion and beauty tips.


Spring

Summary for Spring Palette :

Your undertone is warm, and you would look great with these colors above. You have a little or low contrast between the colors of your hair, skin, and eyes. Your hair colors could vary from light blond, medium brown with undertones of red or gold, and your eyes could range from blue to brown. Your skin has a warm yellow or peach undertones, and you get tanned easily.


Tips:

Wear gold jewelry instead of silver to enhance your glow. You'd look better with brown or tan than black and white, and for the best pop of color on you, take a quiz to find out from here!


Summer

Summary for Summer Palette:

People with summer seasonal color palette have a cold undertone, and the colors as above would look great on them. You have a subtle contrast between the colors of your hair, skin and eyes, and your hair colors range from muted colors with cool ashy undertones. Eye colors range from pale, to delicate colors and your skin is likely to have cool pink or blue undertones, but you could also be neutral. Since you have a cool undertone, you may burn easily under the sun.


Tips:

Wear silver jewelry to enhance your glow rather than gold. You would look better with black or white than brown and tan, and for the best pop of colors on you, take a quiz to find out from here!


Autumn

Summary for Autumn Palette:

Your undertone is warm, and you would look great with these colors above. You have varying contrast between the colors of your hair, skin, and eyes, coming in high or deep, medium, to little or low contrast levels between these features. Your hair colors could vary from deep colors with warm undertones of red, ginger, gold, or honey. Your eyes could range from warm, earthy colors. Your skin has a warm yellow or peach undertones, and you tend to get tanned easily and or have green veins rather than blue or purple.


Tips:

Wear gold jewelry instead of silver to enhance your glow. You'd look better with brown or tan than black and white, and for the best pop of color on you, take a quiz to find out from here!


Winter

Summary for Winter Palette:

People with winter seasonal color palette have a cold undertone, and the colors as above would look great on them. You have a dramatic contrast between the colors of your hair, skin and eyes, and your hair colors have deep colors with cool, ashy, blue undertones. Eye colors range from deep and dark colors and your skin is likely to have light or rosy pink or cool blue undertones. Since you have a cool undertone, you have blue or purple veins rather than green, and you may burn easily under the sun.


Tips:

Wear silver jewelry to enhance your glow rather than gold. You would look better with black or white than brown and tan, and for the best pop of colors on you, take a quiz to find out from here!


Voila! Now you have it. If you want to figure out exactly which season you belong to, sign up to find out what your seasonal color is from here!

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