LIGHT SPRING COLOUR GUIDE
LIGHT & WARM
LIGHT SPRINGs have light and warm features. They have gold or peachy undertones.
There is a LOW CONTRAST between your skin, eyes and hair. They blend rather than contrast each other.
Your skin has neutral or neutral-warm undertones that appear golden and peachy and may have freckles. It ranges from fair to medium. According to the metal test, Gold flatters you more than Silver.
Your eyes are light blue, green, hazel or sometimes light brown. They are light and bright. For detailed eye pattern analysis, click here.
Your hair is naturally light with golden undertones, or you have golden highlights.
Light Spring sits on the seasonal flow chart between Light Summer and True Spring. Light Spring colours are the lightest in the summer family with the lowest contrast. They are also less warm than True Springs, gentler and less contrasted than Bright Springs.
Since they are neighbouring the Light Summer according to flow theory, their colours are softer but not muted; they are bright and colourful. This also brings some coolness to their colouring.
Both Light Summer and Light Springs are light and have low contrast in their features. However, Light Summers have cool (blue, beige, gray) undertones, whereas Light Springs have warm (golden and peachy) undertones.
Light Summers have ashy blonde/light brown hair colours; Light Springs have golden undertones. Light Summer’s features are grayed out and muted; Light Springs have a more bright and fresh appearance.
LIGHT SPRING COLOUR PALETTE
This is your digital colour palette containing 49 colours with their HEX and RGB colour codes for the colour season "Light Spring".
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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.
You have light, bright and warm colours in your palette; some cool, bright green and blue shades combined with warm hues.
You also have low contrast in your features, but your season is not muted, and you need to add some contrast with your combinations. We recommend you choose complementary or analogous combinations, combining colours that sit far from each other on the colour wheel (such as coral and blue) or combining neighbouring colours (blue and purple).
You can achieve a little contrast by pairing a bright accent with a light or dark neutral colour in your palette; they can be of opposite value.
Avoid high contrast and bold combinations (complementary, triadic or tetradic); they overwhelm your fresh and delicate appearance. Also, avoid monochromatic or neutral-only combinations which make you look washed out. Black is not in your palette because it’s too dark and cold against your light and warm features. Try warm gray and dark brown shades instead of black. You also have warmer white shades in your palette for your combinations.
Patters should contain only the light spring colours and have low contrast so that they will harmonize with your natural look. Small-scale and dense patterns and prints with rounded geometric patterns and loosely arranged delicate elements such as flowers, birds, butterflies, and leaves are good options for you.
Similar pattern, different shades
Medium Contrast, Light, Floral, Small Scale, OK
Medium Contrast, Medium Value, Small Scale, OK
Too Bright, Medium Contrast, NO
Other examples of Light Spring patterns and prints
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Since you have light and bright features, yellow and white gold are wearable if they are light and shiny.
Turquoise, Aventurine, Amethyst, Morganite and Aquamarine are good stone alternatives for Light Springs’s light, fresh and delicate look.
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Your skin tone is neutral and warm; it appears bright and clear. Skin colour matching, thin, liquid, light and yellow-based foundations and concealers with dewy finishes are best for you.
Your blush colours are warm pink and peachy pink with yellow undertones; use slightly shimmery finishes, avoid blue-based colours and do not over-apply your blushes.
Your perfect lip colours should be harmonious with your blush colours; creamy, sheer and glossy finishes are better options for your delicate look.
We recommend light and gentle pastel tones with warm undertones from your palette. You can combine matte and shimmery colours for complete eye makeup.
You can choose different colour eyeliners if they have a warm and similar tone to your eye colour. For mascara, we recommend you use brown tones.