Seasonal color analysis SPRING...
Is this your Color Palette?
A true Seasonal Color Analysis SPRING is the most delicate of all the seasons, a beautiful bright fresh color palette.
If you have 3 distinct color characteristics WARM, LIGHT and BRIGHT then this you!
Each of the beautiful shades in the SPRING color palette has the same Color Characteristics as your own, to complement your natural coloring and create harmony!
Match your natural coloring
Your hair: is usually LIGHT with a definite golden WARM
tone and elements of red or auburn, from golden or strawberry blonde but your hair could be a rich auburn or light chestnut. You will usually have been a
golden haired child and even with grey hair, you can still have a
'golden glow'. Once the Spring colors are applied, your hair coloring
will be at it's best!
Your eyes: The BRIGHTness and clarity of your eye color is one of the most obvious characteristics of Seasonal Color Analysis SPRING - clear blue or turquoise, sometimes green or topaz and often flecked with yellow.
At times with seasonal color analysis Spring there will be a darker rim around the iris.
Your skin tone: is fair through to a golden beige often with a sprinkling of
freckles but always with golden/yellow WARM undertones.
SPRING is a glorious mix of LIGHT, WARM and BRIGHT
If you fit comfortably in this category your natural coloring is glorious and you have a wonderful mix of these 3 color characteristics.
However, sadly, Seasonal Color Analysis Spring is often not determined correctly.
If you've been analyzed as a Light Spring, a Warm Spring or a Clear Spring then you may not be a true SPRING at all!
Most importantly, you may be missing out on a wider range of colors that you could be enjoying because your palette has been diluted.
Check out the details of Flow Seasonal Color Analysis to see if you might be missing out.
Seasonal color analysis SPRING shades create Color Balance with your natural coloring
Your most flattering colors are always:
- Warm, Light and Clear (Bright)
- Light and bright ivory is better than clinical pure white
- Clear shades of Peach and Apricot, Periwinkle and Light True Blue
- Clear Bright Aqua and Clear Bright Red
- All of these clear shades will enhance your bright eyes
Your most flattering Spring Neutrals:
- Light warm beige, light camel and golden tan through to deep chocolate brown, warm greys and bright navy blue
Your least flattering colors:
- Avoid Cool colors with a blue undertone - icy pinks and blues, fuchsia and magenta
- Avoid deep heavy colors - they will drain your lovely golden tone and can make you look quite 'pinched' and grey.
- Avoid dusky or muted shades, they will flatten the brightness of your coloring
Bring your Color Swatch to life
Holding your brand new color swatch in your hand is exciting - but the next thought often engenders panic as you wonder what on earth you're going to do with it now.
It can be really difficult to visualize how all the beautiful color shades will actually transform themselves into an outfit and find their way into your wardrobe!
Well wonder no more because we're going to bring it to life.
Over 100 colors, from all the Seasonal palettes, come to life in a beautiful range of jersey separates and dresses from Kettlewell Colours.
Outfits are photographed and displayed according to Season so you can easily see how the different shades of Seasonal Color Analysis Spring harmonize and work together.
You'll find all your wardrobe basics in flattering shapes and sizes.
In fact all the hard work is done for you!
How to cope with hard to wear colors
Cool icy pinks and blues, fuchsia, anything with a blue undertone is difficult for you. If you must wear them, team them with a warmer color near to your face to soften the effect.
Like to wear black? Just choose a slightly lower neckline and wear some creamy pearls at your throat and ears to bring softness to your face. Ivory or soft shades of peach can bring LIGHT and WARMTH to your face; a scarf perhaps or collar over a jacket.
Do your colors change as you age?
Do your colors change as you age?
they don't! Your natural coloring is genetic so it never changes.
However, as your hair begins to grey, skin also can lose color. Your color palette doesn't change but if you feel a little over-powered in the vibrant colors of Spring, try some of the softer / lighter shades to see if you feel more comfortable. .
But... that is by no means always the case and many women continue to enjoy their brightest shades into old age.
The Brightness that's present in your Spring coloring will frequently continue in your eyes even if your hair changes color.
Makeup for Spring coloring
Discover the best makeup shades to flatter your fair Warm skin.
Wearing complementary tones from your COLOR FAMILY will enhance and intensify your golden tones bringing your natural coloring to life.
skin and eyes will be clearer and any blemishes will be minimized - a natural bloom will return to
It's easy to get excited about a Color Swatch and, certainly, the Spring shades are some of the most glorious shades around.
But until you clarify your basic (almost boring) neutral shades, it's impossible to begin any kind of co-ordination.
Your Spring color swatch fan
Even with 45 full color shades in a fabric color swatch, it's not possible to show every color that you can enjoy and wear. But please don't think that your choice is now be limited - between these colors, there are literally hundreds of shades and tones just like an artist's palette.
They'll all work with your Spring coloring and with each other. Wear whatever feels good to you, but if some of these colors are new to you I really hope you'll give them a try.
Initially, you might question some of the shades but experiment a little and give yourself time for the eye to become accustomed to change. It's difficult to see yourself as others see you but very rewarding when the compliments start to fly!
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