Cool Winter seasonal color palette description by

Update from March 2016: I uploaded a new photo with face examples for a better understanding of this seasonal color palette. Although I can’t be certain about the celebrities’ exact seasonal color palettes I would like to show some examples to visualize each color palettes.
Cool Winter, Winter-Summer seasonal color celebrities by

Jennifer Connelly / Brooke Shields / Liv Tyler
Sarah Engelland / Rachel Finninger
Jamie Lee Curtis / Selma Blair / Kristen Davis

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You are a Winter woman who flows into Summer. Your colors are cool (both Winter and Summer) with high contrast between your skin tone, your eyes and hair color. You can have light grayish blue/green eyes or soft darker brown like Snow White has. This seasonal color palette is one of the most common in the Western countries. Your overall look is vibrant, classy and chic.  

Your hair: ashy medium or dark brown, black-brown, blue-black without red or golden highlights, silver
Your skin: rosy beige, cool beige, soft olive, tan easily

Your eyes: grayish blue or green, soft dark brown

Your #colors: cool and clear the light ones are icy

Best colors for Cool Winter seasonal color women; Cool Winter color palette

Your basic neutral colors: pure white, black, navy, gray
Avoid: warm and golden colors – brown, orange, coral
Your makeup: use your palette colors to your eyes, lips and nails, foundation and blusher should be cool with rosy undertones, avoid bronzer
Your jewelry: silver, white gold
Your #style: dramatic and classic
Your sister color palette: Cool Summer (Summer-Winter)

Note: You can wear the clearest colors of the palette of the Cool Summer season.

More famous Cool Winters: Krysten Ritter, Dita von Teese, Gwen Stefani, Lauren Graham, Zhang Ziyi, Helen Mirren
Also known as: Cool Clear or True Winter
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