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No. 348964

What is a Seasonal Color Analysis?
>"Color analysis (American English; colour analysis in Commonwealth English), also known as personal color analysis (PCA), seasonal color analysis, or skin-tone matching, is a term often used within the cosmetics and fashion industry to describe a method of determining the colors of clothing, makeup, hair style that harmonizes with a person's skin complexion, eye color, and hair color for use in wardrobe planning and style consulting. It is generally agreed that the wrong colors will draw attention to such flaws as wrinkles or uneven skin tone while harmonious colors will enhance the natural beauty of the individual making them appear healthy, brighter, and possible more attractive or put-together."

Kinda similar to the Kibbe thread, this one is specifically dedicated to personal palettes and colors.

>Share good palettes

>Ask for advice on the best clothes or other products for your season
>Find out about your own season
>Vent about your color frustrations

No. 348965

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East Asian version

No. 348966

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Black version

No. 348967

A bit of Kibbefagging, but makeup advice for a Soft Natural Dark Winter? Color theory makeup (strong lip, vague slight blush) looks great on my face with my colors, but too stuffy on my body, and Kibbe-ish makeup (muted colours, lip gloss) makes me look dead. It's also very difficult to find clothes the right color for my image ID.

Now for the real sperging. I know seasonal palettes might be restrictive in terms of skin, hair, eyes, but if I see another warm-skinned poc be typed as a "summer!1!!" (especially on reddit) I'm going to commit a war crime. Why the fuck don't you bother reading up a bit before you make someone overhaul their entire closet? Muted = Summer believers should be hanged, drawn and quartered.

No. 349020

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I think I'm a deep/dark winter but I'm still confused about it.

I've noticed that some colors made me look sick/weird/grey even before I knew about that seasonal color analysis thing, so I tried my best to avoid them. But for the longest time I thought I was an autumn until I got some warm earthy colored shirt that looked kinda weird on me.

So, the things I've noticed:
>I look awful in bright, barbie pink
>Same for that very bright royal blue
>Look okay in black or white, but better in ivory or a grayish black
>Look really good in jewel tones
>Look really good in wine/Bordeaux, okay in bright red
>Very high contrast, almost black hair and eyes and my skin is pale. I am pretty sure my face is cool toned but my body seems to be warm toned

Sometimes I just don't know

No. 349032

>>349020
>I am pretty sure my face is cool toned but my body seems to be warm toned
You're probably warm toned. It's still possible to have some redness in the face if you are pale, even if your skin tone is warm. but because the undertones makes it look a bit different, it can look like your face is a cooler tone than your body rather than what you'd imagine typical redness to look like.

>>348967
…Can't you just make a mix of these two make-up styles ? or just do the color theory make-up but with a slightly less strong lip ?

Keep in mind both Kibbe and color palettes rely on archetypes ultimately. If you are "mismatched" (have facial features that are not often associated with your body type) you have to think harder to find a common thread to tie your make-up to your clothing style to create a consistent aesthetic.

No. 349109

>>348965
so glad you shared this one. But I'm also wondering, with a sample that excludes hair dyeing, would everyone end up on the left side?
I think I am a dark winter but the language used to classify the types (hair color, eye color, undertone) is really misleading to me because most East Asians have dark hair, dark eyes, and a yellowish tone. So it's not saying anything helpful that differentiates me from other Asians, even though I can tell that not all of us have the same palette.
Although I have a yellowish tone like most do, it's not warm yellow like some Asians but olive-ish. Almost gray or green. So like a cool yellow? I think the dark winter and dark autumn women in this pic show what I'm trying to say; I look like the winter one. But people always insist I have to be a warm season because I'm not pale pink like some white people and "yellow = warm" and that confuses me. Is cool-toned yellow not something that makes sense?

No. 349136

Does anyone have a quiz that seems accurate? There are so many that I don't want to waste too much time.

No. 349138

Being a dark autumn is suffering fr. Shoes and bags I can deal with, but the specific deeper shades that look good on me are so hard to find. Thrifting has been the best so far, and trends last year were relatively favourable so I finally got a coat. But it took me ten years to find a coat in the colour I like that is thick and warm enough and looks good on me without looking like I dug it out of my grandmother's attic where it'd been sitting since 1976.

No. 349139

>>349109
Asians cam be cool toned despite having a yellow tint. Undertone and overtone is different. You can have a cool undertone and a yellow overtone.

No. 349146

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I'm a bright winter. I can wear crazily bright stuff and look nice, hell I can wear some spring colors if they're saturated enough, yet this palette is admittedly not very appropriate for some occasions as these colors sure look hella tacky at times, it's very awkward when you don't really want to stand out, though grey and black are options.

I look jaundiced in yellow, orange and green, gold doesn't do shit for me neither. I'm forever pissed I cannot wear pastel "princess" colors, if it's not colorful I look undead which is a shame. Autumn neutrals are all the rage rn, so it's hard to find fashionable colorful stuff nowadays unless you're into Y2K styles.

My mom is bright spring, when I was younger I wore her makeup (which is mostly gold and warm) and of course I looked washed, when I bought my own makeup I decided to go for cool tones like guava, silver and blue.

No. 349147

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He slayed this blue shade, I'd say he's soft summer

No. 349150

I'm a warm spring. I think it looks fine. I used to wear more black, but I've been changing my wardrobe since I shouldn't wear it kek.

No. 349160

>>349139
thank you, I think I'm definitely dark winter then. My favorite color combo is navy with bubblegum pink accents which seems to fit.

No. 349161

>>349139
that doesn't make sense to me, where would the undertone come from then

No. 349164

>>349161
nta, i think a good explanation is that if a person has a yellow tint but a cool undertone, dressing them on warm colors is going to make them look extra yellow or jaundiced, believe me is not a good look, there's a difference between a warm person and someone looking like a traffic light cause they wearing orange

No. 349168

is dark winter the most common season type or why are there so many of us on lolcow?
i tried taking multiple photos of myself and putting them through an analysis app and it always gives me dark winter, which i think could be true because dark winter colors do look the best on me, especially deep reds and dark greens. that's the greatest type if you want to gothmaxx kek

No. 349177

Honestly, I find it so hard to determine what colours would suit me as I only wear black, kek. I know that I look dead when I wear bright white, but that's it.
Any good apps or websites out there that helped you determine what colours suit you and maybe also, what undertone your skin has, I just want to mix up my wardrobe a little bit, black is amazing, but sometimes a little bit of colour would be nice.

No. 349335

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Anyone knows what her color palette would be? My hair, skin and eyes are all similar to her. Her name is Chiara Scelsi if you need more pictures

No. 349423

i always just assumed i am some autumn type, the warm autumn specifically but i think i actually might be warm spring

No. 349463

i tried this fake and gay color analysis shit and it came out different every time. i got either cool winter or summer (i hate these ugly ass pink and blue palettes for real too) when my skin is pale but it has yellowish undertone irl, my eyes are warm brown and hair is brown which are actually closer to some autumn type, right? since i never looked washed out in olives or earth colors and these are colors i actually like

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>>349335
Her contrast is very high as you can see in this picture, her dark eyebrows and eyes pop up immediately on her skin, her hair color variates from black to brown with golden highlights which implies hair dye and that skews my analysis, either way: I'd say deep autumn/ winter, these two sub-types are somewhat correlated

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>>349463
I don't think it's fake at all nonna, we humans got color, and those colors do have a system and balance behind them, color seasons are sadly used by the same schizos who like kibbe stuff so a lot of things online are complete bullshit
>i tried this fake and gay color analysis shit and it came out different every time
Online quizzes never get shit right, it's best to follow your intuition and ask people irl, but either way i want to help you, could you post a close-up pic of your eye like picrel? good lighting pls

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>>349335
Going by "I look like.." is a bad way to go about finding your season, every season has a close neighbouring season that looks close.

No. 349477

Ok nonnas pls help me settle this once and for all. My wife’s mom has said I am a summer since like, we met. I always for some reason thought I was a winter? For reference I have red/ginger hair (think Sadie Sink color, true red) and a lot of freckles particularly on my face, and I’m quite pale BUT I do get a tan in the summer to a peachy gold color since I’m always outside. My eyes are like gray-green with a little blue. I look good in a lot of pastels and bright colors, as well as most pinks, oranges and browns and green (NOT lighter olive green or khaki or like beige nude tho) and only look good in black (IMO) when I have a tan. I can’t wear most shades of purple, besides lavender/or plum. Cannot stress how bad I look in true purple. I have cool/pink undertones but when I’m tan it changes things a little. Pls oh wise nonnas tell me what I am kek

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>>349477
Both winter and summer can be very pale, the difference lays on the contrast of the facial features
>I have red/ginger hair
Natural gingers are very rarely winters, winter needs cool contrast/darkness to the point the warmest and lightest it can get naturally is dark brown at most, so for cool options we are left with summer which is already unlikely too as summer is muted and your coloration seems very intense with such a strong color like a true red, i'd say spring

No. 349481

>>349480
AYRT thank you for the answer! I think you’re right, spring it is. I appreciate you replying ♥

No. 349501

what season is anya taylor joy?

No. 349503

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>>349501
Her season has been an actual debate for years now. Spring, summer, winter…tbh i think she's a light summer, but some see spring which is valid too

No. 349504

>>349503
Is this the same when she has different color hair anon? My palette is on par with hers, especially when she had the copper wig in queens gambit. Literally can't figure it out for the life of me, I had been suggested pastel blues and such but they look awful imo

No. 349506

>>349504
>Is this the same when she has different color hair anon?
Hair dye cannot change your color season
>I had been suggested pastel blues and such but they look awful imo
Hm, could you elaborate? why do these colors looks so "off" on you? do you notice any unfavorable changes?

No. 349507

>>349506
Idk how to describe it? It was only one girl who I'm pretty sure was trying to sabotage me. It just looked so weird and out of place when clashing with my hair (similar to the copper color described)

No. 349508

>>349507
which is your natural hair/ eye color anon?

No. 349510

>>349504
I actually didn't like how it suited her. She looks wonderful as a platinum blonde imo, or whatever she's had lately.

No. 349519

>>349508
Auburn hair and brown eyes

No. 349521

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What color seasons are best for fair, cool olives? I would say my coloring is very close to picrel except I have blue eyes. My best colors are baby blue, lavender, and olive green. My worst colors are turquoise, fuchsia, and coral. Black, mustard yellow, and terracotta look alright. I can pull off warm and cool browns but not warm and cool blues. Even true red lipsticks pull super blue on me and the rest super orange. Only dark brick reds look good on me. Brown and beige lip colors pull pinky nude on me as well.

No. 349526

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My color palette is similar to Kylie Jenner do any anons know what she is? I feel like I am a autumn or summer

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>>349510
nta but to me platinum blonde is her worst one yet. i think golden like picrel suits her more

No. 349528

>>349527
She's literally one of the only people who actually look good and not harsh with blonde hair and brown eyes. So many brown eyed blondes look like insecure girls who fell for the ~blonde~ meme in high school and experimented with box dye

No. 349534

>>349528
I disagree with this a lot. I think blonde hair and brown eyes is the best combo

No. 349544

>>349528
I think it's just that a lot of women pick the wrong shade of blonde

No. 349548

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>>349528
I agree w the other anon who says it’s about choosing the right color, but also there really are some people who look bad blonde kek. Christina Ricci in Sleepy Hollow looked gorgeous imo and I think the fact they bleached her brows really made the look.

No. 349940

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>>349032
Honestly, Amon? I think you're right. I analysed the shirt that looks the best on me colorwise and it's a deep, slightly muted burgundy, and I think it's also somewhat warm. The best lipstick is a muted brickish color.
Damn, I think I'm going to a basic clothing store and pick a bunch of shirts that are deep winter/autumn colored and settle it once and for all.

No. 349945

>>349940
Who's the woman on the right?

No. 350003

>>349945
I think it's an actress named Li Bingbing

No. 352147

>>349534
it's been my fave forever too, anon. if you get the right color it can look totally natural

No. 352162

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sorry for posting a moid's vid but i literally dress exactly like this 24/7 down to the stupid empty tote bags and he's cracking me up. luv being an autumn.

No. 356368

Does anyone know the app she uses in this video?

No. 356377

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just gonna post this here, can I get some makeup recs? (I got these off selfies with a color picker)

No. 358990

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Apparently I'm a deep winter destined to dress in corporate clothes. I should always wear black and never my beloved mustard yellow. Why live!
It's good advice though, I do look great in these colours, particularly navy, hot pink, and forest green. I'll stick with white and deep brown as my neutrals and get some more bright blues and greens into my closet. Maybe I can get yellow/gold tones in with accents and accessories. Combining this with my Kibbe type (soft classic) and style essence (ingenue), I feel like it's never been easier to build a flattering wardrobe. Dressing up is so fun and exciting!

For anynonny who wants to see her own palette, here's the website I used: https://colorwise.me/

No. 359012

>>358990
colorwise isn't the best place to type yourself. I am the warmest toned person to ever exist, warm undertones, warm overtones, black hair that's brown in sunlight, brown eyes that are reddish-brown in certain lighting, look terrible in silver. basically, nobody with working eyes would think I'm cool-toned in any way. but colorwise typed me as a deep winter because I'm a high contrast brunette and apparently it thinks only deep winters can have dark hair and eyes and paler skin. it's also known to classify most poc as deep winters because it thinks dark skin = high contrast.

vivaldicolor, dressika and styledna are better for digital draping although you should take them with a grain of salt because things like the lighting in a certain pic can affect the result. I'd recommend just reading this article tbh and seeing how each point mentioned applies to you. the explanations of each color analysis element are explained in a way that's easy to understand.
https://theconceptwardrobe.com/colour-analysis-comprehensive-guides/seasonal-color-analysis-which-color-season-are-you

and of course doing irl drapes and seeing which colors look best on you in different lighting is the best way to figure out your season

No. 359031

Nonnies Im not about to say that online colour quizes aren't one of the most important inventions of the modern age, but please do manually check your tones by seeing what colour reflects off tinfoil in different lighting, as this will be the primary colour of light reflected back by your body,
- which is what ultimately dictates how your unique tone looks beside other colours in the same lighting.

Putting a layer of differently coloured make up, if opaque enough, will change your tone as this now becomes the primary light reflected back to the eye, obscuring your natural tone. Obvious, but do factor that in and do makeup after clothes if you're a Stacy. I'm not so brave.
ideally aim for the lighting of the setting you will be in, choose complimentary colours to the exact colour shown on the tinfoil test. Check veins, eyes without blinding yourself, even get creative like what are your bones and nails most complementary colours?

No. 359055

>>359031
I don't think tinfoil has anything to do with color analysis. This is confusing.

No. 359098

Just drape different colours of yourself. I've always thought I was warm bc I'm half asian, yet orange is easily my worst colour, I look ass in warm reds and yellows too, and gold is looks horrible on me. So that excludes autumn and spring. I also look way better in clear colours. Black is amazing on me, but a charcoal grey is not the best. Same with white, stark white is much beter than an off white. So that excludes summer and leaves me with winter. The to narrow it down further, I look way better in darker colours than lighter, so deep winter it is.

No test will be as accurate as looking at yourself in differnt colours. Just hold differnt coloured clothes up to your face when you go shopping.

No. 359951

>>349147
Im sorry but this post makes me crack up every time I scroll by it

No. 365454

Have any of you just become more confused about what colors suit you since looking into color analysis? I have posted drapes of myself on some different forums and the comments are always so torn on what looks best. Half the comments will tell me that deep jewel tones look best on me and pastels wash me out and the other half will say pastels look best on me and deep jewel tones are overpowering. At first I was leaning towards either bright spring or deep autumn (I am high contrast, have dark chroma, am clear rather than muted, unsure of undertones as olive skin makes it hard to tell but my overtone is warm, and those two seasons seemed to suit my traits the most). But now I think I could be basically any season except for summer. I just want to change my wardrobe to a more grown up color palette than pink, lavender and pastels now that I'm in my mid twenties and I'm just not sure of what colors actually look good on me (I really don't want to end up like a certain cow who is mentioned too much on here that keeps wearing a shade that clashes with her badly and makes her look porcine). But now I'm just confused. Is this even a real thing, why does everyone have such wildly different opinions on what suits me best?

No. 365457

>>365454
I think the seasonal color system is true/useful. For undertones, the vein color trick works. If you have high contrast I think deep colors are more likely than pastels. If you can't decide you can try one of those apps that help find your season.

No. 365460

>>365457
I've tried the vein trick but my veins are sort of teal rather than clearly green or blue so it didn't really narrow things down. I think subtle gold jewelry looks better on me than silver or very yellow gold, so maybe neutral-warm? But idk

No. 365468

>>365460
nta but i feel like the vein thing only works really well for some people and is just more confusing for others. Mine are multiple colors so it doesn't fit clearly into either side, and I'm not Caucasian which makes some advice unhelpful because the "are you x or y" options aren't applicable possibilities for me to begin with.
You could very well be neutral, if either warm or cold seem to work ok for you then I wouldn't force one side or another, it might help more to focus on traits you ARE sure about (like contrast) when choosing what to wear

No. 365471

>>365454
i can pick out a few things from your post, firstly, doesn't chroma mean saturation? it doesn't have much to do with darkness. are you sure you're not muted? secondly, your only problem may literally be the posting draping photos online thing. it works significantly better in real life in natural lighting. you gotta trust your eyes!

No. 365474

>>365471
I meant dark value, sorry. And I'm definitely not muted, my skin has a lot of clarity to it

No. 365522

>>365460
The vein test isn't really reliable for olives because our veins are always going to be teal. Some areas of my skin look teal, some green, and some blue. The jewelry test isn't great either because neither silver nor gold really pop like they do on other skin tones, a lot of the recommendations I've seen are to go for rose gold instead. It's really hard to type our colors and I tend to be halfway between soft autumn and soft summer kek. A lot of olives don't fit neatly into one category and that's probably why you're getting so many conflicting opinions. I think a lot of us just have to frakenstein our palettes on our own. I just took my absolute best colors that I already knew suited me and worked my way from there. Find some youtubers who have your coloring/skintone and market themselves as olive and see what works for them.

No. 365541

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Posting a red palette for all seasons

No. 365573

The Korean approach to color analysis is so delusional. They literally choose the season that makes you look paler (aka washed out) totally disregarding natural features, and promote frying your hair routinely, wearing pink base to hide your undertone and even wearing lenses to achieve the looks of lighter seasons. Even though 90% of them got pitch black hair and eyes they get pissed if you even imply they're mostly winter/autumn, like most people with those features. I noticed latinos don't really mind and even embrace winter as a season, maybe because our fashion trends are more colorful to begin with

No. 365574

>>365573
Kek no, I've watched a ton of korean colour analysis videos and they all say to avoid colours that wash you out and make you paler, to use makeup that brings life to your face. Plus dark hair can be both summer and spring.

No. 365583

>>365574
Maybe we were watching different content creators
>Plus dark hair can be both summer and spring
Bright spring yeah, there are several Korean celebrities that are bright spring and have black hair, but anything darker than brunette or brown kicks you out of light seasons, if your hair is black your color value is far more intense than the colors in light summer and light spring that much should be obvious.

No. 365829

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Soft summer and soft autumn are very close, right?

I'm pale with brown hair and brown eyes, look good in muted colors, and silver looks best on my hand but gold close to my face. My veins are both blue and green but mostly green.

I'd say I'm a soft summer but soft autumn colors also look good.

Pic shows my hair and skin color in different lighting. I also love how i look in bright colors and thought I was a winter for most my life but it's clear I'm muted and the bright colors are just a preference. When I put bright vs muted colors to my face, the bright ones make me seem older and more tired.

No. 366214

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Do my eye and lip colors look warm or cool? Vein and jewellery tests failed due to olive overtone making it difficult to determine undertone so I'm trying to use colors other than skin to find out

No. 366246

>>366214
Yassified Mike Wazowski

No. 366251


No. 366259

>>365829
>>366214
I think you look soft autumn but you may want to check with colorwise.me

No. 366266

>>366259
We're two different people

No. 366293

>>366214
You can't accurately tell from pictures. If you're able to recognize cool and warm, muted and bright pretty well on your own you should also be able to see how it makes you look too. Just drape yourself with clothes you already have on a makeup free face.

No. 366311

>>366266
Then I am a retard.
>>365829
Soft autumn?
>>366214
Warm eyes, medium toned lips

No. 366399

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is anyone else olive-skinned and routinely mistyped by colorwise.me and other bots (i'm a light-medium warm olive) as different season (for me it's always dark winter)? people irl tell me i'm more of an autumn. when i go get color-matched for foundation and concealer, they always give me cool-toned products (nars radiant concealer in cannelle is my closest match ["light with warm peachy undertones"] but in june i got color-matched with fenty concealer in 170 ["light with cool undertones" but it seems more neutral to me]). yellow gold looks best on me, rose gold blends in with my skin tone, and silver is too contrasting for my liking. i know that dark autumns can borrow from the dark winter color palette, but i'd prefer to overhaul my wardrobe in the new year and have a capsule wardrobe.

should i just go with dark autumn when that's what people who've known me for years say i am? i've been told i'm neutral-cool in traditional makeup terms, but having olive skin makes it tricky. my eyes are a warm dark brown, my hair is a warm black-brown that shines a bit red in the sun, so that's why i lean toward dark autumn.

No. 366422

>>366399
yes, I'm also an olive and finding our type is so hard. people see our warm overtone and (usually) dark hair and automatically type us as autumns without taking anything else into consideration. the vein and jewellery tests don't work for us as nothing pops. the good thing is that we can pull off most colours and both gold and silver even if they're not our season. on non-olives wearing the wrong colours or jewellery can make them look greyed out or sickly but on olives in most cases wearing the wrong colours will just be okay or boring on us.
I wish there were an olive specific system like how east asians have their own colour analysis systems (and on that note, korean or japanese colour analysis is better than western colour analysis for olives as it emphasises why colours work rather than just giving you a palette of colours to wear. for example, winters are able to wear bold and black clothing because their colouring invites contrast and cool colours seem brighter and more stark. I've read tonal colour analysis is also better for olives).

No. 366447

It’s exhausting to see people misunderstand seasonal colors. Stop trying to type yourself based on what your skin color is or your hair. You just need to drape. Look at 12blueprints or chrysalis color instead of Pinterest.

No. 367226

Figuring this out feels impossible, every website just asks "do you look better in gold or silver jewellery? are you drawn to warm or cool colors" girl if I was already able to tell what looks good on me I wouldn't be looking this shit up in the first place, and being "drawn to" different colors is just a preference and doesn't mean they'll look good on you. All the shitty quizzes I've taken give me winter, but I think that's just because I have a preference/am "drawn to" dark, cool colors, looking at all the charts I'm probably some type of spring/summer. I have very pale skin with warm undertone (but just barely, it's really hard to tell, maybe I'm a neutral?), my natural hair color is ashy dark blond (though it's dyed dark rn) and I have quite bright blue eyes.

No. 367236

>>366447
I think most people find it difficult to tell if a color is cool/warm muted/soft/bright and find it even more difficult to tell the difference it has on the face.

No. 367654

>>366447
>or your hair
You're tripping, hair color is very important because it matches the pigments in your skin. Hair color itself may not reveal what specific season you are but it helps discarding

No. 367670

speaking of hair, would hair that looks cool in normal lighting but warm in sunlight be cool, warm or neutral? my hair is a cooler shade of black but looks brown in light which I read indicates warmth as if it were cool it would look blue-ish in light.
and I have the same question for eyes, my eyes are a cool chocolate brown with a dark gray ring but they look russet/reddish-brown in sunlight
I think I might be some kind of neutral as my veins are teal rather than green or blue and neither gold or silver pop against my skin or make it look sickly, they're both just … there. but as to whether I lean cool, warm, or am truly neutral I have no clue. my overtone is warm (almost yellow-ish) if that makes a difference

No. 367678

>>367654
>because it matches the pigments in your skin.
It doesn't. You can have cool toned skin and eyes and have warm toned hair. I (unfortunately) have that myself and I got a real analysis done so I know I'm correct about my season.

No. 367695

>>367678
I mainly mean things like brightness, contrast or saturation, not necessarily warm/cold tones. For example, my hair is just plain black, it's pretty hard for me and others with the same hair color to pull off lighter, softer colors or hair dyes, besides some exceptions

No. 367698

>>367695
ntayrt but why? you can have different kinds of colouring in your skin, hair, eyes and even lips. I’m dark haired and eyed but the colours in my skin are very bright and saturated, so I can pull off colours that fit this (like red and blonde) well, sometimes even more so than my natural colour depending on the shade.

No. 367718

>>367698
I said "lighter, soft" colors, like baby pink or similar, muted tones. Red is a saturated color so of course it looks good for people with saturated features, I didn't say otherwise.

No. 367759

>>367670
You're probably a deep autumn

No. 367772

>>367670
All hair looks warm in sunlight

No. 367776

>>367759
I've been leaning towards deep autumn but my skin is notably clear/bright and not muted at all so unsure if it's exactly right or if I'm somewhere between deep autumn and deep winter

No. 369591

Anyone know what season I must be?
>dark chocolate brown hair, dark large eyes
>very pale skin like NC10-15
>suit rich colours like fuschia, blood red, emerald/velvet green, white, cream etc, look very washed out in pale, neutral and dusky colors like peach or millennial pink
>dramatic romantic in kibbe
>closest celebrity lookalike is probably Lily Collins but my jaw is narrower than hers

No. 369614

I’m a true summer. Whenever I buy new cloth I pull my color palette out of my ass to see if the color will suit me. Love it so much ngl

No. 369626

>>369591
idk but you sound like a slightly paler or less olivey me. I also cannot wear those pastel/light colors you mentioned. Pink looks especially hideous on me.

I am pretty certain I'm an autumn but treating this stuff as hard and fast rules isn't necessary. I like looking slightly unsettling or melancholic/mysterious in black, so I'm not going to switch that out even though I'm not a winter. I rock the jewel tones you mentioned and deep rich browns make me glow. Let's get chocolate brown suits and conquer the world.

No. 369629

>>367718
I mean you did say you and others with black hair can’t suit lighter colours, so I was referring to that. There is more to it than hair colour.

No. 369631

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>>369591
you definitely sound like a deep/dark winter to me. deep winters are characterised by their high contrast (dark hair and eyes with light skin in comparison are a common deep winter trait) and have cool undertones. they also look best in deep jewel tones and wine red or plum lipstick.

No. 380159

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This is the main color in my eyes, which season would it fit into? I know it’s not necessarily going to show me which type I am, I’m just curious

No. 380160

>>380159
It looks like a green from the dark winter palette. Dark autumn is possible too

No. 380163

>>380159
That's a winter colour, probably deep winter. Seasonal analysis is about how colours interact with your skin though, so you can't find out your season from your eyes.

No. 380164

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From various photos in different lighting. I always get some kind of autumn, but I'm unsure what autumn (get soft autumn the most). This is my natural hair color (which has reddish and blonde streaks but is predominantly brown)

I find a lot of the autumn colors very boring, especially the idea that black is a bad neutral for autumns (and "soft autumn" rules say avoid black). I often end up dyeing my hair and wearing bright makeup because I hate the lack of contrast between my hair, skin and eyes

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>>380164
Picrel that I also showed up as a winter a few times and once as a summer, and I much prefer their color schemes. When it comes to neutrals I also much prefer black to brown or tan. The only "autumn" colors I like on the chart are the greens, blues, one shade of the yellow, and maroon, but most of them otherwise don't suit my style, and I also like neutral type pastels that are shoved into the "avoid" category.

Will it make me look that bad if I decide to fudge the color rules when I don't want to wear makeup and clothes whose colors I find hideous?

No. 380167

Just me or is the summer palette really difficult to shop clothes for? Like it's pretty easy to find clothes that are both light (enough) in color and also cool-toned, but light, cool AND muted/soft is basically non existent in women's fashion right now. I did notice it seems to be more common for men's fashion for some reason.

No. 380169

>>380167
I prefer thrifting since some stores organize by shade and don't fall in line with trends so it's easier to find what I want if it's there. I don't know if that's an option where you are.

I've always hated shopping online unless it's a definitively online only item, I sperg too much over the way things fit

No. 380191

>>380167
Try asian clothing instead I see so much cool light muted soft coloured clothing in Korean and Japanese brands. I noticed a lot of Pakistani and Middle Eastern brands do very muted and cool toned clothing too.



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