SHOP WITH MAMA LUMA BASED ON YOUR COLORS - SUMMER 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 Summer.
The Cool Summers are the coolest, most saturated of all summer seasons. Their eyes are most often blue but grey-blue and grey-green can be found. Hair can range from cool ashy blonde to deep ashy brunette.
The Cool Summer palette contains soft and cool colors. Blue is prominent in your palette along with cool pink, aqua, lavender and a variety of greens. While you can wear cool browns like cocoa, avoid warmer brown shades. Black may also look harsh but dark grey is a great alternative.
Neutrals are great as base colors for you. Due to the natural gentleness of your appearance, neutrals will never make you look washed out or boring. Don't be afraid to make heavy use of them in your outfits. This is valid for all Summers.
Avoid combining colors that are too highly-contrasted. For instance, choose a monochromatic look and combine different shades of one hue such as a light blue with a dark blue. You could try to combine neighboring hues with the same level of value such as a pink with a purple. Another way to achieve a soft contrast is by mixing a light neutral with a darker pastel accent color.
The Soft Summer is a cold season that is primarily cool but also light. A Soft Summer is characterized by a low level of contrast between their hair, eyes and skin. Hair in this season can be pretty dark for a summer, even reaching a medium ash brown or a dark ash blonde. Your skin is a natural beige or ivory and your eyes are often a gray blue, green or hazel.
The Soft Summer palette contains soft and muted colors. Avoid hues outside your palette which can appear bland. When you wear your best color selections, you'll exude a beautiful, soft elegance.
Pastel and pale colors in a monochrome look will look best on Soft Summers. Avoid high-contrast color schemes by combining slightly different shades of one hue such as a light sea foam green with a darker shade of it. You could also combine neighboring hues with the same value such as a light pastel purple and light pastel blue. Another option is to mix a light neutral with a darker accent color.
The Light Summers are the lightest of all the summer seasons. Blonde hair is most commonly seen but hair can be light brown too. Light blue or grey eyes are most common. Dark eyes mean they are not a Light Summer.
The Light Summer palette contains light and cool colors. Flattering shades include sky blue, aqua, powder pink and light grey. Avoid strong, bright hues and dark colors. Monochromatic color schemes always look great on you.
It's important for your clothing to echo your natural low level of contrast. Make sure that the colors you want to combine don't contrast too much with each other. You could choose a monochromatic look and combine slightly different shades of one hues such as a light blue with a medium on or you could combine neighboring hues with the same level of lightness such as a light blue with a light blue-green.
Even though the tones and hues differ based on the intensity of your Summerness, the base colors are all the same. The best collection for you would be Amalfi with its gorgeous baby pink designs that have cool undertones which are perfect to match almost all your colors.
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