The Winter Palettes

All winters have the following characteristics:

Hue = Cool, Value = Deep, Chroma = Clear

Whichever characteristic is most dominant, this will be your exact season.

Cool Winter

Dominant characteristic is COOL:

  • Cool Hair
  • Cool Eyes
  • Cool Skin

Power colors include all clear shades of blue, purple, black, white, cherry red, emerald green, magenta, fuchsia, bright rose, orchid. 

Deep Winter

Dominant Characteristic is DEEP

  • Deep eyes and hair
  • Skin can be anywhere between deep and light,
  • They can have noticeable warmth to them, especially their skin.

Power colors include black, midnight blue, deep purple, forest green, grape, navy. Additionally this palette contains bright clear colors like hot pink, orchid, icy blue that create a high contrast when worn with the deeper colors. 

Learn more about the Deep Winter here...

Clear Winter

Dominant Characteristic is Clear:

  • Bright or sparkling eyes, usually blue or hazel or green
  • Skin can have an element of warmth to them
  • Hair is naturally black or dark brown

Power colors include royal blue, royal purple, bright red, icy blue, icy purple, icy emerald, bright orchid, black. 

Learn more about the Clear Winter here...

Note: In the ColorBreeze system, there are now two additional Winters, both who have a chroma that is mostly clear but needs a touch of softness.  You can learn more about these seasons by clicking them below:

  • Smokey Soft Winter
  • Toasted Soft Winter

Leave "Winter Palettes" for the Summer palettes...

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