SHOP WITH MAMA LUMA BASED ON YOUR COLORS - SPRING EDITION
Have you gotten your colors done yet? Getting your color analysis based on your skin tone, hair, and eye color is a game changer for your style now. Let's discover which colors you need to add to your wardrobe to accentuate your natural features if you are a Spring.
The Warm Spring season is the warmest spring, needing warmth and clarity. Eyes can be blue, green and warm hazel. Hair is often a heavy golden blonde, strawberry red or red.
The Warm Spring palette contains warm colors. Flattering shades include copper, peach, light golden brown, bright yellow and coral. There are lots of greens in your palette but all have yellow tones. Avoid cool shades of pink or red.
Neutrals are great as base colors for you. Don't go overboard though. For Warm Springs it's very important to avoid neutral-only combinations. This is valid for all Spring types.
Pair lighter with darker colors to create monochromatic looks. Try to combine colors to create contrast in hue. Use neighboring hues such as yellow and green or colors that sit far from each other on the color wheel such as peachy orange and teal.
The Light Spring's coloring is the lightest of all Springs. Hair is almost always naturally blonde or very light brown. Eyes are light blue or light green. Dark eyes mean you are not a Light Spring. Though light, there is still a need for brightness in their coloring.
While Light Spring types look best in warm colors, you can pull off some cool colors as well. Flattering shades include aqua, buttermilk, camel, peach and ivory. All shades are light but most are bright as well. Avoid dark, brooding colors like black and burgundy.
Choose complementary and accent colors to avoid high-contrast combinations. The best shades for Light Springs are those that complement each other. Monochromatic color schemes are much really flattering on you. Try combining neighboring hues with the same level of lightness such as light yellow with a light yellow green.
The Clear Spring sparkles with a blinding shine. The most saturated of the Spring seasons, hair is usually blonde or light brown and eyes which can be blue, green or hazel are noticeably bright and sparkling.
While Clear Spring types look best in warm colors, you can pull of some cool shades as well. Your palette contains strong, vivid colors that harmonize well with bright coloring. Avoid light, earthy tones and sugary pastels.
Choose complementary and accent colors to create high-contrast combinations that resonate with the vibrancy and brightness of your natural coloring. Pair very light with very dark hues or combine unlike colors that sit opposite each other on the color wheel. The more unusual the combination, the more striking.
Even though the tones and hues differ based on the intensity of your Springness, the base colors are all the same. The best collection for you would be Sicily with its vivid color combinations and you can also find yourself some goodies in Lavender with its gorgeous violets and different shades of blue and green.
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