Could you be Color Analysis DEEP?
Looking your best starts with understanding your natural coloring and echoing it with the the colors you wear.
Translate it further still into the colors you use for your hair and makeup.
If you are Color Analysis DEEP, you will always look your best when you anchor your outfit on a DEEP shade - that is a deep or intense pigment.
This makes a strong connection with your dark coloring - whereas colors with a Light pigment will make you look washed out.
You have elements of both WARM and COOL in your natural coloring just like the DEEP color palette. Each of the colors will complement your natural coloring creating harmony!
DEEP is your primary characteristic which means that a STRONG INTENSITY of color i.e. heavy pigment, is the most important factor when you choose colors.
Your color family includes a whole spectrum of colors because colors that have a heavy pigment (DEEP) can be Warm, Cool, Dramatic and even Soft.
There are 45 fabulous colors in the Deep color swatch and each one echoes your own natural coloring.
There's no need to ever feel limited with colors because whether you're looking for red, blue, green or purple - you'll find the most flattering version for YOU in the DEEP palette.
Dark hair and brows help to create the strong contrast and, even without makeup you invariably look good. The strength of your coloring may not have been obvious until you're introduced to the bold and beautiful shades of your COLOR FAMILY.
The DEEP colors support and balance your own coloring - your complexion will bloom, your eyes look brighter and your hair color more intense. Less intense colors can wash you out (see right).
When your colors balance and echo your natural coloring, they allow YOU to shine!
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It can be difficult to visualize how the colors from your swatch come together in an outfit so for real visual inspiration take a look at the range from Kettlewell Colors whose fabulous colors bring your color swatch to life!
It would be easy to say that you are halfway between AUTUMN and WINTER but this is not strictly true. Although Deep is an element of both it is only the TRUE DEEP shades from each that are included in the DEEP color palette.
With elements of both Warm and Cool you will find many of your colors in the AUTUMN collection.
If your coloring is more intense and more defined then the brighter and
bolder shades will add to the vitality of your natural coloring - you'll
find many of these colors in the WINTER palette.
But of primary importance is always the DEPTH/INTENSITY of the shade.
Avoid colors that will drain your natural color:
If you have pastels or paler colors in your wardrobe already team them with something deeper or brighter from your new color palette. There are always ways to make things work; a vivid scarf near to your face, a collar over a jacket, even a bold pair of earrings will heighten the contrast.