Icy color personality of Winter

Personally winter is my least favorite season of the year and although I know that it is completely necessary I would rather if we could…


Personally winter is my least favorite season of the year and although I know that it is completely necessary I would rather if we could just skip from fall to spring and bypass winter altogether. The dark, the cold, the snow and the ice and as much as I don’t like it I know that winter is someone’s favorite season!

Winter personality

A winter will have blue- blue pink undertone, olive skin, grey-beige skin to a milky white skin with dark hair. She wont usually have naturally rosy cheeks her hair is typically dark to very dark naturally sometimes as a child she is a white blonde.

Winter hair

Winters usually grey premature but her grey is very attractive it is not common for a winter to have naturally blonde hair

Winter eyes

Winter eyes are deep, golden brown dark topaz or green with golden streak or flecks around the iris. Hazel eyes are golden brown green to gold

Colors winter should avoid

Colors that winter should avoid are; orange, rust, peach, orange-red, beige, brown*, muted dull tones of any color

*Brown is okay on a winter if it is dark brown

Colors winter should have in her closet

An infographic for winter color palette

These colors should make up the majority of her wardrobe

Pure white, light grey, medium grey, dark grey, black, taupe, navy blue, icy green, icy yellow, icy aqua, icy violet, icy pink, royal blue, hot turquoise, Chinese blue, lemon yellow, light true green, emerald, pine, shocking pink, deep hot pink, magenta, fuchsia, royal purple, bright burgundy, true red, blue-red

Winter personality color palette

Winter jewelry accessories

winter looks best in silver jewelry

Wardrobe staples for winter

neutral and basic colors will be the foundation of her wardrobe

It is important to remember that your color palette lasts a lifetime but it is going to be easiest to find your colors during your actual season.

Remain open-minded some of your “it” colors may not be what you are used to

Your color will be for clothes, makeup, accessories, and hair color

The wrong color versus the right color

Wearing the wrong color

The wrong color will make your complexion dull, pale, it will maximize your fine lines and wrinkles, enhance dark circles under your eyes, wearing the wrong color will age your face

Wearing the right color

the right color will smooth your complexion minimize fine lines and wrinkles, lighten any shadows, minimize or hides dark circles and your face will light up and look young and vibrant!

Famous Winters

Elizabeth Taylor, Cher, Audrey Hepburn, Jacqueline Onassis, Sally Field, Diana Ross

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