The Eyes Have It

The eyes have it! “It” meaning a key factor in determining your Season.

Eye color is a very important factor in deciding one's season. It's not the ONLY factor, but it is very important.

Eyes will often have many of the same characteristics that is used for your overall look.

For example, Deep Winters and Autumns will have deep eye color.
LIGHT seasons will have light eye color.
And Clear Springs and Winters are mostly defined by bright and/or clear eyes.

This is why eye color is so important.


Bright Blue, Green, or hazel……you are probably one of the Clear Springs or Clear Winters.

But know that eyes that look clear can also be find in other Springs and even sometimes in Summers.


The truly Soft Summers and Soft Autumns often have muddy, 'smudgy' eyes. They are the opposite of the clear eyes you will see in the Springs and Winters.

Note that sometimes Soft Winters may have soft eyes.


Cool Summers, Cool Winters and all of the all-cool sub-seaons usually have blue eyes (though cool grey, and even cool green can be found).

FYI: Blue eyes can be found in ALL seasons, however, even the warmest Spring and Autumn. So be aware of that.


Warm seasons like Warm Autumn and Warm Spring most often have matching warm eye colors like green, golden brown, and amber.

You will find them as well in all of the all-warm sub-seasons like the Sunlit Soft Autumns and Sunlit Soft Springs.


Usually blue, green or hazel, ALL Light Summers and Light Springs will have light eyes.

However, all of the lighter Soft Summers and Soft Autumns can have lighter eye colors too.

If you have dark eyes, you are not a Light season.


Deep Autumns and Deep Winters all have dark eyes.
However, some deeper Soft Summers and Soft Autumns can have quite dark eyes as well. Usually, though their hair is naturally lighter than a Deep Season would have.

If you have light eyes, you are not a Deep season.

You can see eye color is an important clue to one's season.
Just remember, one has to look at natural hair color and skin tones, too, to make an accurate color analysis.