There are 6 Universal Colors which provide the perfect choice and suit just about everyone no matter the occasion.
Each of these colors sits midway between Blue and Yellow on the Color Wheel and there is an equal amount of each which makes them 'safe colors'.
even if you know nothing about choosing colors, you can safely assume
that there is a version of the Universal Colors that will flatter your complexion.
If you do know your color palette you can be assured that any of these subtle colors will harmonize with your existing wardrobe.
Universal colors are frequently chosen and are a very sensible choice for staff uniforms when they need to look good on everyone.
And what better way to keep a bevy of beautiful bridesmaids happy than to choose a color that will flatter them all whatever their skin tone or hair color.
and you feel a little overwhelmed with your existing wardrobe colors, try one of these pretty tones near to your face by way of a scarf or a collar.
You will see these colors in every Color Swatch because no matter your coloring there is a shade that will suit everyone.
It's quite amazing that these 6 colors will blend so seamlessly with all the 4 Seasonal color palettes.
But because they are half Warm and half Cool there is sufficient of each undertone for the colors to sit happily together.
If your color family is Tonal, that is Light, Deep, Bright, Muted, Warm or Cool, there will be a version of each in your color palette too.
Lighter or deeper, softer or sharper, experiment to find the shade that flatters your own natural coloring.
If you know your own color palette and some of these colors aren't your absolute best, try some mixing and matching with some of your favorites to really bring them to life.
Navy and Taupe, which is mix of grey and beige, are both colors that welcome contrast to wake them up.
Bring turquoise and teal together to make their own contrast.
Periwinkle is always glorious, a beautiful mix of blue and purple.
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