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    Your Best Colors Are..

    There are paint color swatch cards fanned out and the colors are yellows, blues, greens, and pinks.

    As the winter chill gives way to the vibrant hues of spring, it's the perfect time to refresh your wardrobe and jewelry with colors that complement your natural beauty. Understanding which shades suit you best can enhance your appearance, boost your confidence, and ensure you step into the season in style. Here's a guide to help you find the colors that look best on you this spring.

    1. Determine Your Skin's Undertone

    We've already discussed how to find your undertones, but if you forgot, here's a quick refresher and what colors work best with your undertone:

    • Warm Undertones: Your skin has golden, peachy, or yellow undertones. Look for colors like coral, peach, warm greens, and earthy tones.
    • Cool Undertones: Your skin has pink, red, or blue undertones. Opt for colors such as lavender, soft blue, emerald green, and cool grays.
    • Neutral Undertones: Your skin doesn't have a dominant warm or cool undertone. You can wear a wide range of colors, but soft, muted shades often work best.

    2. Embrace Seasonal Shades

    Spring is synonymous with soft pastels and vibrant, lively colors. Embrace shades that reflect the season's energy:

    • Pastels: Soft pinks, baby blues, mint greens, and lilac are quintessential spring colors that can brighten your complexion.
    • Vibrant Hues: Don't shy away from bold colors like tangerine, fuchsia, and turquoise, which can add a pop of excitement to your spring wardrobe.

    3. Consider Your Hair and Eye Color

    Your hair and eye color can also influence which shades complement you best:

    • Dark Hair: Rich, deep colors like sapphire blue or emerald green can create a stunning contrast.
    • Light Hair: Soft, pastel shades or warm tones like peach and coral can enhance your features.
    • Bright Eye Color: Choose colors that echo the hues of your eyes, such as blues for blue eyes or greens for green eyes, to make them stand out.

    4. Accessorize with Color

    If you're hesitant to commit to colorful clothing, incorporate color through accessories. A vibrant scarf, statement jewelry (we love statement jewelry ;), or colorful shoes can add a splash of spring to a neutral outfit.

    Conclusion: A Season of Colorful Discovery

    By understanding your undertones, embracing seasonal shades, and considering your hair and eye color, you can curate a spring color palette that will show your unique beauty. So, as the flowers bloom and the days grow longer, let your style blossom with the vibrant and refreshing colors of the season.