Deep Autumn vs Deep Winter - Seasonal Color Analysis

Deep Autumn vs Deep Winter – Seasonal Color Analysis

What’s the difference between deep autumn and deep winter? Are you having a tough time trying to understand where you fit between the two seasons? Both have dark eyes and dark hair but that’s where the similarities end. Watch this video where I break down deep autumn and deep winter and help you to understand the key differences that will make it easy for you to decide if you’re a deep autumn or a deep winter in seasonal color analysis.

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  • Reply Lynda N November 2, 2017 at 11:55 am

    Another helpful teaching video, Jen. Something that confused me before was not understanding the light-med-deep part of all this. If you are deep you may not like yourself in the light versions of your colors at all. Thanks again!

  • Reply Meredith November 3, 2017 at 9:59 am

    Well thank you. Going by this my skin is deep cool. It’s dark but a dark cool. However in some photos it looks golden like Eva.
    I think I’ll just wear whatever. Trying to figure out where I fit has been such a long tiring search. All I know is it caused an expensive toxic wardrobe syndrome and years of confusion. Blondes and red heads seem far easier to type. I do think that there are neutrals like some stylists believe. Ie: Justine Le Conte.
    These starlets if you look them up in their natural unmade face and true hair are far different than when bronzed.
    Personally I feel Kim can carry both.
    Cheers. M

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