Finding the Right Colors for Your Skin Tone

            Have you ever had people approach you and ask if you were OK? Had them tell you that you looked a little sick, and the weird thing was that you were perfectly fine? Believe it or not, it’s actually got to do with the colors you wear. If you’ll remember back to art class in elementary school, you learned that there were certain colors that looked good with other colors and there were colors that clashed. It’s the same way with your body. You have a color palette and there are colors that look good with it and colors that clash.

After I found my palette, (I’m a deep autumn), I checked out my closet and found that I’m naturally drawn to those colors anyways.

Here’s your experiment for this week: find your color palette and check your closet. See how well your stuff already matches your suggested colors. Was it pretty accurate or not even close? Try wearing your suggested colors this week. Did you get more compliments than usual?

Find your palette below:

SPRING

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SUMMER

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AUTUMN

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WINTER

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There are also tips & tricks to changing your color palette. For example, my skin tone and eye color matches my palette (deep autumn) but it also matches Clear Spring. If I dyed my hair, those colors would match me better.

What color do you like best on you?

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