One example is once again Soft Summer’s Ego eyeshadow accent for Soft Summers with more warmth in the eye colours. Ego’s coolness results in a look that’s even richer and warmer, an amazing contrast with cool skin and clothing, an impression that is surprising, original, and still perfectly put together.
With this book and the colour palette from your colour analyst, you will learn to manage your appearance choices for your greatest result.
The second edition of the book, Return to Your Natural Colours, will be at Amazon around late November and I will announce it here when it happens. Today’s post is a preview. The Season Snapshots are new.
Instead of aiming for textbook colours, look for items that can find reasons to be in the Season because they have so much in common, and will make sense in the same closet.
It’s hard to make sense of this garment with the aquas and greens of the palette, which begin looking frivolous or childish when in truth, they are stunning and vibrant on a Light Summer. Greens are excellent for getting a sense of what could be rational together.
Of the colours that do nothing for Summer coloured people, these are the ones that keep showing up, plus three great ones.
What about all the people who see colour and time of year differently or live in a land without snow? In today’s post, Jennifer is our guest blogger from New Zealand. From her recent PCA, she found a new awareness of her own colours repeated in Nature.
These are the colours that I expect to be beautiful on most everyone of these colouring types, or Seasons.
Knowing your white might be the biggest payoff to having your colouring analyzed if you happen to be an Autumn or Spring, on whom wearing white is a series of unfortunate events.
Does she look older? Is that a bad thing? All optical effects are a trade-off. A colour analyst could take any redness out of a face, though she would have to jaundice or drain the face to do so.