Are you a classic winter? Check to see how many of the following characteristics match your natural coloring.
Skin: Winter skin tone is cool or even olive undertones. You may have very light skin and a high contrast level with your hair and eyes, or an overall dark colouring.
Hair: Either very light blonde with no warm undertones (platinum, icy blondes) or dark brown to black. Ashy mid-brown brunettes can also fall into this category. The important bit is that there is no golden or copper undertones to the hair, though sometimes there are cool red undertones.
Eyes: Cool steel blue, clear blue, cool green or dark brown to black eyes. High contrast between the white of the eyes and the iris, the eyes are bright and jewel-like, not hazy.
Take one silver-colored and one gold-colored piece of fabric or paper. Place one hand on the silver-colored piece and the other hand on the gold-colored piece. Also try the inner side of your wrists or another part of your body that gets rare sun exposure. You will notice that with the right color your skin color will blend in well with the color of the paper or fabric, and your skin will look even. With the wrong color your skin will look uneven and speckled.
Tips for ALL Types
Black makes you look slimmer but is only recommended for winter types, all the other types, choose other dark colors. To convey authority and power, wear your dark colors: black, dark grey and navy blue. (Why do you think the police and other authorities are wearing navy blue or black uniforms?)
Clear colors can be used to make your breasts look bigger.
If you are a sales woman: do not use contrast, like black/white or blue/white, use harmonizing colors. The contrasts look too aggressive.
Experiment with these new findings. After you found your personal palette, try to analyze your friends and/or family and check if they are wearing their matching colors. If they are not, tell them about your new gained wisdom about color analysis, they will appreciate your advice