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Can anyone work out my colours from this random description?

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GingerLemonTea Mon 27-May-13 17:04:52

I have looked at a few online sites & have myself down as a light spring or light summer.

Colouring wise, I would say similar to Gwyneth Paltrow. I had baby blonde hair which since teens has gradually became dark blonde. I usually get it highlighted and have been told that I suit blonde better than any darker shades I have tried.

I have mid blue eyes.

I have pale skin which tans slowly to a light golden colour.
I usually use the first or 2nd foundation shade, normally an ivory although my skin is not super pale. Cheeks can be a little bit red & complexion better evened out with make up.

Veins appear green.
Recently thought that I don't suit black although I have a lot in wardrobe, mabe navy is better.
Think I suit cream better than white.
True red suits me better than tomato red or deep red.
Nail polish in frosted or pearly colours doesn't really work on me. I prefer a bright red or coral or clear.
I look better with make up to give eyes & eyebrows definition, but can't seem to wear too much eye make up.
I think brown mascara may suit me better than black.

Thank you

GingerLemonTea Mon 27-May-13 17:41:22

Suit silver better than gold.

QueenCadbury Mon 27-May-13 20:38:13

Having recently had my colours done I really don't think you cn guess online. I was convinced I was a summer but am actually a winter. I'm pale, blonde blue eyed too.

Casmama Mon 27-May-13 22:17:10

Do you know if you suit platinum highlights or honey blonde better?
The information you have given is conflicting and o season is really clear.

rubyrubyruby Tue 28-May-13 04:59:00

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

FrugalFashionista Tue 28-May-13 06:26:50

You sound like a Spring but should really see someone. I could never decide on my own whether I'm a Summer or a Spring. The color analyst said I'm a bit of both (= Light Summer) and I can wear both silver and pale gold. I tried wearing true summer colors on my own years ago but they never felt quite 'me' - I just don't like pastels - getting a personal palette sorted out is much better.

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