Color Analysis Quiz - Step 3: Cool and Deep - Bright or Soft
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Color Analysis Quiz - Step 3: Cool and Deep - Bright or Soft

Color Analysis Quiz Step 3

You selected COOL and DEEP. This means you have cool undertones with deep eyes, hair AND/OR skin.

This means that you wear cool deep colors well. However, there is one last step. What is your chroma? Are you Bright or Soft (Muted). Do you wear bright jewel tones well or do you wear grey-blue or grey-green well?

Women with cool undertones and deep tones

If you know what your chroma is, then you know your color type! Select it below. If not, scroll down a bit to learn more about being soft or bright.

 

Are you Bright or Soft?

On this page:

Bright, Soft and Muted Tones Explained

Watch this video that explains bright, soft and muted colors and why this is so important in learning the types of colors that flatter you best. 

 

Quick Tip

If you wear grey-green or grey-blue well. Or if you have grey-green, gray-blue or soft cool hazel eyes. You are likely Soft Cool and Deep. You may feel like you can wear some bright colors but if you can also wear soft muted colors, you are Soft Cool and Deep.

 

BRIGHT Explained

"Bright" in Your Color Style means clear chroma colors. Clear chroma colors are colors that start out pure. Like a bright red. White or black may be added to create light and dark versions of the color, but the color started with a clear chroma. Pastel pink to bright red to maroon can all be considered "bright" colors (aka clear chroma colors).

Bright Cool and Deep Women

 

The Bright and Cool Color Palettes Explained

The video below explains the color theory behind the bright and cool color palettes. Understanding how and why a color is in a color palette can help you understand where which color palette you is right for you.

 

Examples of Bright Women

Watch this video to see more photo examples and to learn more about BRIGHT in Your Color Style.

 

 

SOFT Explained

Soft colors are colors that have been softened in some way. In art, the color on the opposite side of the color wheel can be added to mute or gray a color. You can also add white or black to a color to soften it. Adding a touch of green to a bright red will create a muted or gray-red. Or you can add white or black to create slightly softened versions of red. Muted cool colors can have a dusty grey quality to them.

Individuals who are soft cool and deep wear deep grey-ed muted colors very well.

Soft Cool and Deep Women
 

 

The Soft and Cool Color Palettes Explained

The video below explains the color theory behind the soft and cool color palettes. Understanding how and why a color is in a color palette can help you understand where which color palette you is right for you.

When you wear a brighter color, do you feel good in it or do you feel like it over powers you? When you wear a soft grey color, do you feel at home in it or do you feel a little blah. If a muted color feels off, then you may be BRIGHT. If you can wear muted colors well and feel great in them, then you may be SOFT.
 
One more way to figure this out. If you wore a bright color, would you see the color first or you first? Bright colors will pop off of muted colors. If your natural coloring and tone is soft, then a bright color will jump forward versus being in harmony with you.
 
 

Still not sure?

If you do not see a scenario that relates to you and you have watched the video, post in the comments what your combination of hair, skin and eyes are, so that I can make sure to cover it in this quiz.

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Jen Vax is the founder of Your Color Style. She is a best selling author, speaker, artist and entrepreneur. She helps women learn how to wear color in a way that expresses their true nature. Take the FREE color analysis quiz to get started.

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