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5 Color Analysis Case Studies For Red Hair

Color Analysis Case Studies For Red Hair

As simple as I’ve tried to make Your Color Style to understand, red hair seems to break the rules, a bit, in color analysis. For example, you’ll hear me say that if you have grey-blue eyes, you are likely soft and cool. Meaning you have cool undertones and wear softer colors best. But that rule is broken if you have bright red hair and grey-blue eyes. You’ll hear me say that if you have bright blue eyes, you are likely bright and cool. Meaning you have cool undertones and wear brighter colors best. This is sometimes true for people with red hair, but not always.

I’ve pulled together five videos that deep dive into color analysis for women with different shades of red hair. Enjoy!

Color Analysis Case Study #1: Bright Copper Red Hair, Blue-Grey Eyes

She has bright copper red hair and blue-grey eyes. Watch to learn what her signature colors are.

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Color Analysis Case Study #2: Bright Red Hair, Blue Eyes

She has bright red hair and blue eyes. Watch to learn what her signature colors are.

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Color Analysis Case Study #3: Auburn Hair, Blue Eyes

She has auburn hair and blue eyes. Watch to learn what her signature colors are.

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Red Hair With Grey-Blue Eyes – Q&A

A viewer asks Jen a few questions about having red hair with soft grey-blue eyes. Why do red heads have grey-blue eyes? Does having red hair always mean you are bright? Why can she wear cool colors when she has warm undertones? Watch and listen to Jen’s responses to these questions plus a few more insider tips.

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Red Hair and Blue Eyes – Do I have cool undertones?

Jen answers the question: “I’m a redhead but have blue veins, also more pink to my skin does this make me a cool undertone?

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