Bonus ColorBreeze Complete Training
If you read and understand my bonus color analysis training, It will not be hard to understand the remaining seasons in the ColorBreeze Complete System.
The Light Springs
Keeping in mind that the differences are very subtle, can you see that the person on the right is all-warm? She's the new "Sunlit Light Spring" in the ColorBreeze Complete System.
The Light Summers
The lady on the left is the new Icy Light Summer season. Her hair and skin are very cool. Very little warmth will be seen in her. Sometimes she appears ice cold. Putting any warmth on her would not be flattering.
The Deep Winters
The Deep Autumns
You are probably starting to get the gist of what I'm talking about regarding "visible warmth."
The Deep Autumn on the left is blended and flows into Winter. In fact, I'm only about 80% sure she is a Deep Autumn, and I like to be at least 95% sure of my analysis. Regardless, her coloring is very similar to most Deep Autumn's I've seen. The season I debated between is the Deep Winter. (hint: when you debate between two similar systems, that's a good thing. Most of the time that means those are sister-seasons). Her skin is definitely not as warm as the woman on the right. I see some warmth, but I'd say temperature-wise, it is neutral.
The Clear Springs
The woman on the left is your typical Clear Spring, being predominantly warm, but with a tad bit of neutrality in her coloring.
The Clear Winters
I saved the rarest seasons for the last two examples. Keep in mind, they are not super rare, just much hard to find compared to the other seasons.
How this all fits into Munsell's Color Tree
If you've read the information about Albert Munsell's Color Tree, you know that my system is very much inspired by his color tree.
he 12-season system is said to be inspired by it as well. And it was.
However, after studying this for years now, I identified more spaces (or categories) on the tree that can be filled. I said that the 22-season ColorBreeze was an expansion of the soft seasons; similarly, the ColorBreeze Complete (28 seasons!) is an expansion of the existing 12 seasons.
Revisiting this diagram above that simplifies Munsell's tree and using the Light seasons as an example, here is where they would sit on on the diagram.