Alexandra is a classic “deep”. Deep dark eyes and dark hair. It is tough to tell, at a glance sometimes, which season she might be. Deep Autumn or Deep Winter?
I’m vietnamese, so everybody says I’m a deep winter, but I’m not sure… I think I could be a deep autumn…
Your ethnicity does not dictate your season. This includes women of color. Your skin may be darker but this does not mean you are always autumn or deep. However, if you have super dark eyes and dark hair, you can only be a “deep”.
Looking at Alexandra’s eye photo didn’t help much. It’s so dark, that it was difficult to pick up any golden tones or cool tones. This usually leans me toward a cool palette… meaning she would be a deep winter.
But I wasn’t completely convinced.
I put Alexandra in deep winter first. I wanted to see her in the winter’s jewel tones. I draped her in a typical deep winter pink which does not look good on her at all. You can actually see how warm her undertones are against the cool winter colors. Definitely not a deep winter.
So deep autumn it probably is! As you can see in the images below, Alexandra looks great in deep autumn. If she wasn’t an autumn, that olive green would look awful on her. I think she looks pretty good. My favorite color on her is the soft muted pink. You can see her lips and cheeks naturally light up.
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