Deep Winter





 As we've learned from Seasonal Color Analysis Theory:

Dark+ Cool= Deep Winter



Hair:Dark Brown, black, deepest auburn.
Skintone: Black,cool brown, olive, cool beige.
Eyes: Deep brown, hazel, olive.



The Deep Winter Color Palette  is deep and rich. 
Your strong coloring demands deep shades worn with bright or light ones for contrast.


Level of contrast : High.



You will suit strong primary colours rather than pastels. Use darker reds, maroons, and pinks, royal blue, emerald and pine greens, rust, purple and aubergine.



 Break light neutrals and pastel colours with dark colours and neutrals. Just remember to break dark with light and light with dark.





Investment Buys:

*Black
*Black-Brown
*Dark Navy
*Charcoal




 Best Colors :


Black, charcoal, black-brown, red-brown, icy grey, grey, hot pink, true red, rust, aubergine, blue red, mint, lemon yellow, light green, emerald green, olive, purple, Chinese blue, bright periwinkle, blue, navy, clear teal.



Jewelry:

Shiny metals, deep stones and enamels, 
black or white pearls, dark wooden pieces.



Deep Winter Celebrities:


*Kim Kardashian
*Demi Moore
*Eva Longoria





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10 comments:

  1. Thank you for posting this! I've never paid much attention to color palettes or my "season" before. I'm still not completely sure if I'm a deep winter, but does this sound about right to you?
    I'm asian with black/brown hair and not pale, but not tan skin. I'm more pale than tan though. I have brown eyes and I do look better in black than most colors. (I always just assumed everyone looked good in black though haha)

    Also, what colors for make up should I wear? (eyeshadow, etc.)

    Thank you so much for this article! I really appreciate it!

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  2. My dear You sound like you are Deep Season. There are Deep Autumn and Deep Winter. Black looks Great on both Seasons. Statistically Asian people are Autumns but its not a fact. To determine your Season You still have to go through Color Analysis.

    I believe make up has to be neutral on any Season ~ you don't want to be a clown! You can use fun colors in accessories, but if you would like to experiment as a Deep Season you can Play with Bright Colors. Just look at Color palletes above and experiment!)

    Warm Regards,
    Yelena

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  4. Hi,
    I'm really confused about which season I am, like I understand the notions of cool and warm etc. but nonetheless I am still torn between whether I am a soft summer or a deep winter. And my wardrobe doesn't help me out either, I went through it the other day and half of it is black, and half of it is musty pinks and neutrals. I've asked two people for their opinions on what one I am, and one said soft summer, the other said deep winter! I have been dying my hair since I was eleven, but I think naturally my hair would be medium-dark ashy brown, maybe a tad chestnutty. My skin is definitely on the cool side, I have blue veins and purplish under eye circles. Oh and I'm very pale with pinkish cheeks. My eyes are hazel with flecks of amber near the pupil and they have more green and grey than brown (its a warmish brown), although they blend together so it can be hard to tell, they also have a thick charcoal ring around the iris. I've been told that my eyes are very similar to Dianna Agron's, if that helps.

    Please send a little wisdom my way!
    Thanks

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  5. Oh and I should probably mention some of my hair misgivings of the past - I have dyed my hair black and drowned in it, and auburn was not too pretty either :S I have also been told to just stay as far away from any kind of red hair as I can!

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  6. Hello Enky,
    Ok, let's see. I see 2 major points here:
    1. If you eyes like Dianna Argon's has then you probably are soft season. She has very muted gorgeous eyes and she is definitely Soft.
    2. If you say that you look drowned in black that tells me that you are not a winter. Winter , especially Deep Winter looks stunning in Black.

    Hope it helps!)

    Warm Regards,
    Yelena

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  7. Hi Yelena! Awesome blog :)

    I was just wondering... why is Eva Longoria a Deep Winter? She looks more like a Deep Autumn to me. Actually I look a lot like her (color wise) and I think I'm a Deep Autumn but now I'm a bit confused, could you explain this to me? Thanks!

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  8. Hello!
    Thank you Dear!
    Well, when you look at her hair it's more like a chocolate then auburn and her skin has cool undertone. The line between Deep Autumn and Deep Winter could be very fine sometimes. So I suggest to use professional help to determine your own season!

    Regards,
    Yelena

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  9. I was pretty confident that I was a deep winter until I started reading the "fine print" of deep winter characteristics. My hair is an espresso color and my eyes are hazel (à la Aimee Mullins in those L'Oreal ads), but my skin is PALE pale; if a foundation doesn't have "alabaster" or "porcelain" in the title, I can't wear it. So, my question is, does "cool beige" qualify as a very pale color? I'm asking because any "beige"-labeled products are too dark on me unless I'm using a sunless tanning lotion on my face.

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  10. Hi Dear! Porcelain and cool beige are two different things! To find out yours season I suggest to invest in Color Analysis. Will save you all the worries and a lot of money!)

    Regards,
    Yelena

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