Color Analysis WARM
Are you Color Analysis Warm?
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 WARM, you will always look your
best when you're wearing colors with a Golden or Yellow undertone.
Colors with a blue undertone (Cool) will make your complexion look
quite pinched, even grey!
WARM is your Color Family and your
Your coloring is invariably identified with a golden glow and the
glorious colors in your Color Family will enhance this further.
Each of the colors in the WARM color swatch has the same
Primary Color Characteristic as your own and will complement your natural
coloring - creating harmony!
First match your coloring...
Your color direction is naturally WARM and your hair and eyes will have soft golden tones.
Your Warm skin tone: could
be ivory through to a golden beige or bronze often with a sprinkling of
The veins in your wrist will usually be visibly green.
Your hair eyes and skin tone...
Your hair: will have elements of red or auburn, from a strawberry blonde through to rich deep auburn.
It could even be a rich deep chestnut but you are likely to have been a golden haired child. People with grey hair can still be warm but you will have had elements of red at some time.
Your eyes: beautiful warm eyes in shades of brown, green, turquoise or hazel - they even be flecked with yellow tones.
Warm golden tones create balance
Every single person with warm coloring will not look exactly the same but the primary tone, the 'first impression' given is always a golden warmth.
The golden tones of your COLOR FAMILY will match and enhance your
natural warm coloring. Your skin will look fresh and clear, your eyes
brighter and the shade of your hair more intense as you create Color
- Your most
flattering colors are always those with a Warm / yellow undertone
- Choose peach, apricot, coral and
salmon through to the deepest pumpkin
- You can wear yellow toned greens - lime
through to moss and olive green
- Beautiful yellow toned aquas, turquoise through to
deep soft teal blues
- Clear blues and the gorgeous light and deep periwinkle, also a deep warm purple
- Choose to wear rich creams and ivory next to the
face rather than pure white
- Your best neutrals are camels and browns, warmer
shades of navy and grey
How to visualize your WARM colors
For some real visual inspiration, take a look at a beautiful range of jersey separates and dresses which bring your Color Swatch to life from Kettlewell Colours.
It's sometimes said that WARM is between Spring
and Autumn but that's not strictly true!
Although both of these seasons
have Warm as an element, the Warm color family takes just the TRUE WARM
shades and excludes the elements that do not relate. Whether the colors are the light and fresh shades of Spring or the
soft and glorious shades of Autumn, it is the WARM color characteristic
which always dominates.
Kettlewell Colours make a range of jersey separates and dresses which bring to your color swatch to life. Although they are presented in sections for Spring and Autumn some of the colors will cross over because they are all WARM.
Just that some are soft and some a bit stronger.
you don't know the best colors for you there's lots of information in
the Warm Color Brief or on the Warm color swatch. Understanding is the
But there's really no reason why you can't wear and enjoy them all according to your mood and occasion.
Colors to avoid
- anything with a Cool (blue)
undertone - it will be cold and harsh on a warm complexion
- icy shades and harsh strong
pinks, pure white, deep greys and
How to cope with hard-to-wear colors
If you have garments in your closet which don't do
you justice, aim to team them with some of your new warmer shades close to your face to soften the effect.
to wear black for the evening? Fine, just wear a slightly lower
introduce some lustrous pearls to bring softness to your face.
Ivory and soft shades of peach are wonderful softeners that can be
introduced to make things work; a scarf near to your face, a collar over
jacket, even a pair of creamy pearl earrings will introduce WARMTH.
If you have a yellow undertone to your skin then you have a WARM skin tone.
The undertone is the layer under your skin which influences the overall look
of your natural coloring and it always stays the same.
This is entirely different to the color of your complexion...
If you have a Warm skin tone, you need Warm makeup.
Even if you are SPRING or AUTUMN you still have a Warm undertone and need to echo that in your makeup.
All you need to enjoy your WARM colors...
The WARM Color Brief £3.00
The Warm Color Brief is ready to download and print with all the concise information you need to start wearing and enjoying your own Color Family - colors, makeup hair etc.
15 pages of information including DIGITAL COLOR SWATCH that can be on
your Iphone or Ipad for shopping. Or you can make it into a mirror image
of the fabric color swatch.
The TONAL Color Brief £6.00
Like to know more about how Color Analysis works? I show you an easy way to identify a Color Family.
Of course this isn't equivalent to a professional Color Analysis but it's a concise reference to anyone interested in the subject - and comprehensive enough to be a starting point into the magical world of Color!
There are 60 pages in all with 45 colors for each Color Family - ready to download and print.
WARM Color Swatch £38.50
The WARM color swatch has 45 fabulous shades and comes with a wealth of information about how to wear and co-ordinate your colors.
It's impossible to carry a shade in your head so a color fan is perfect for shopping/wardrobe planning. No more mistakes - save TIME and MONEY!
In the UK? Please use this button, post & packing £1.95
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