TRUE WINTER COLOUR GUIDE
COOL & BRIGHT
TRUE WINTERs have icy, cool blue undertones. There is no warm quality in any of your features. The overall appearance is clear and bright.
There is a HIGH CONTRAST between your skin, eyes, and hair. Your skin stands in contrast with your hair and eyes. Regardless of the colour, there is always high contrast between the iris and the whites of the eyes.
Your skin has cool blue undertones. It ranges from fair to deep. According to the metal test, Silver flatters you more than Gold.
True Winter eyes have cool with blue undertones. For detailed eye pattern analysis click here.
You have dark hair colours, ash brown tones and black colour variations as well as natural grey or white.
True Winter sits between Dark Winter and Bright Winter on the seasonal flow chart. True Winter colours are the coolest and iciest in the Winter family. They are cooler, brighter, and lighter than Dark Winters; they are also cooler, slightly darker, and less bright than Bright Winters.
True Winters and True Summers have cool undertones in their features, but True Winter is bright with a higher level of contrast, True Summer on the other hand is muted with low contrast.
True Winters have cool blue undertones whereas True Summers have cool gray undertones. Also, their colours are darker and more clear than True Summer colours.
TRUE WINTER COLOUR PALETTE
This is your digital colour palette containing 49 colours with their HEX and RGB colour codes for the colour season "True Winter" or "Cool Winter".
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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 colours are bright (not overly bright as Bright Winters) and have blue undertones.
You have high contrast in your features; therefore, you can wear your colours in high-contrast combinations. Complementary and analogous combinations would suit you the best.
Make sure you use one neutral and one accent colour for these combinations, otherwise it would be too overwhelming.
You can also pair dark and light colours to create a contrast. Combine darker neutrals with lighter accents or lighter neutrals with darker accents. A Black and white combination is your best look.
Patters should contain only the True Winter colours and have high contrast between them so that they can harmonize with your natural look. Medium to large-scale patterns and prints would pop up the bright colours. Avoid faded colours and blended or minimal patterns; use bold, geometric, and abstract designs instead. Black and white combinations would look more flattering on you. If you like floral patterns, choose the ones with bright colours.
Similar pattern, different shades
Bright, High Contrast, Medium Scale, OK
High Contrast, True Winter Colours, OK
Low Contrast, Faded colours, NO
Other examples of True Winter patterns and prints
Please click here for more information about patterns and prints!
True Winters have the coldest undertones in the winter family, therefore white metals are perfect for their complexions such as silver and white gold. Avoid matte and antique metals.
Emerald, Sapphire, Diamond, and Rubies are good stone alternatives for True Winters.
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Your skin tone is cool with blue undertones, it appears bright and clear. Skin colour matching, matte and pink-based foundations and concealers are best for you.
Your blush colours are pink, rose, and cool red tones; avoid orange, warm red and peach tones and dark colours.
Your perfect lip colours are blue-based pinks and reds.
We recommend light and medium dark, cool shades from your palette. You can combine matte and slightly shimmery darker colours for some occasions.
You have the option to choose different colour eyeliners if they have a cool and similar tone to your eye colour. For mascara, we recommend you use black tones.