TRUE AUTUMN COLOUR GUIDE
WARM & MUTED
TRUE AUTUMNs have warm, rich, earthy, golden undertones. The overall appearance is soft and muted.
A LOW TO MEDIUM CONTRAST exists between your skin, eyes, and hair. All colours in your features are blended, but your skin appears lighter than your hair and eyes, which creates low to medium contrast.
Your skin has warm golden undertones. It ranges from fair to dark. You may have freckles. According to the metal test, Gold flatters you more than Silver.
Your eyes are generally brown, green or hazel; they appear soft and muted. For detailed eye pattern analysis click here.
Your hair has golden and red tones such as copper, auburn and dark golden brown.
True Autumn sits between Dark Autumn and Soft Autumn on the seasonal flow chart. True Autumn colours are the warmest in the Autumn family. They are warmer, brighter and darker than Soft Summers; also warmer, lighter and more muted than Dark Autumns.
True Springs and True Autumns have warm undertones in their features, but True Spring is clear and bright with high contrast; True Autumn, on the other hand, is muted and soft with a lower level of contrast.
True Autumns have warm, rich, earthy, golden undertones, whereas True Springs have warm, fresh, yellow undertones. Also, their colours are darker and less saturated than True Springs’s vibrant, fresh colours.
TRUE AUTUMN COLOUR PALETTE
This is your digital colour palette containing 49 colours with their HEX and RGB colour codes for the colour season "True Autumn" or "Warm Autumn".
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Technically you can create colour combinations by mixing and matching colours in your colour palette. You can combine your accent colours with your basic colours or dark or light neutral colours.
Your colour palette has typical rich and golden-based autumn colours, the warmest of all Autumn colour palettes. Golden greens, oranges, warm reds and yellows are creating colourful appearance.
Since there is low to medium contrast between your features, its better to choose monochromatic and analogous combination types, which means the same colour with different shades (such as light green and dark green) or colours with similar undertones (such as orange and pink) that are close to each other on the colour wheel.
True black and white are not in your colour palette because they have cool undertones. Also, they are either too light or dark for you. But your colour palette has different options, such as brown and beige tones.
Since your natural look has low to medium contrast, your patterns should reflect the same. Choose the same colours in your palette for your patterns and prints. Small to medium scale and light colour patterns such as earthy elements, flowers, wood shapes and leaves would be excellent options for your natural look. Avoid too small or dense and sharp geometric patterns.
Similar patterns, different shades
Medium Contrast, Medium scale, OK
Medium Contrast, Medium scale, OK
High Contrast, Disharmonious background, NO
Other examples of True Autumn patterns and prints
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Your best metals are gold, copper, brass and bronze. Prefer matte, antiqued, oxidized and hammered metals instead of shiny ones.
You can use wood and other natural stones as well. Yellow and green stones such as Umber, Jade and Peridot are also harmonies with your warm features.
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You have a natural warm skin complexion with a beige and golden undertone. You should choose a similar foundation colour to your skin tone, preferably the ones with a yellow-based matte or satin finish.
Salmon, peach and rusty tones are the best option for blush colours. Make sure you choose warm, light and yellow-based colours with matte finishes.
Warm, copper reds and oranges will comply with your blush colours. They are better when they have a slight golden shimmer.
Your soft and muted colour complexion must be repeated with your makeup colours. Therefore, matte eye shadows with warm undertones and earthy colours would be better for you. Avoid cool and blue-based colours as well as shimmery finishes.
You can choose different green colours in your palette since they harmonize with your green or brown eyes. For mascara, brown tones are better for you.