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How to Know What Colors Look Best on You!

When it comes to choosing colors that look best on you, many people

immediately think about their skin tone. However, your hair color, eye color,

and overall complexion play a significant role in determining what colors

work well for you. In this blog post, we'll explore how your hair, skin, and

eyes can help guide your color choices.


Hair Color

Your hair color can provide some clues as to what colors will look best on

you. For example, if you have warm-toned hair like auburn or chestnut, you

may find that earthy colors like olive green, burnt orange, or mustard yellow

complement your hair well. If you have cool-toned hair like platinum blonde

or silver, you may look great in jewel tones like emerald green, sapphire

blue, or amethyst purple.

 

Skin Tone

It has been determined that most of us have neither a warm nor cool

undertone. Most people have a neutral undertone that is neither all warm,

nor all cool, but rather right in between. That’s why using skin tone as a main

clue to finding your best colors doesn’t work.

 

Eye Color

Your eye color can also provide some guidance on what colors will

complement you. For example, if you have brown eyes, you may find that

warmer colors like olive green, gold, or warm browns work well. If you have

blue eyes, cooler colors like navy blue, silver, or icy pink can be especially

flattering. Green eyes may look great in shades like deep plum, forest green,

or even warm pinks.


Your hair color, eye color, and overall complexion can all provide helpful

guidance when choosing colors that flatter you. By paying attention to these

factors and experimenting with different shades, you can find the colors that

make you look and feel your best.

If you’re ready to find the colors that are best for you, take this

free quiz to begin your journey. Knowing your best colors is a game-changer to feeling

and looking younger and more fashionable.




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