Does Your Skin's Warm Undertone Have A Fall Or Spring Tone? Here's How To Tell


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Although you may think all warm-toned skin is the same, the truth is there is a distinct difference between a warm spring tone and a warm fall tone. And, the easiest way to figure out your skin’s undertone is to simply look in the mirror.

You may think warm spring skin equals tan skin, but that’s not necessarily the case. Warm spring skin is made up of clear, bright, and soft undertones such as gold, honey, cream, and peach. This oftentimes results in a rosy cheek appearance and freckles. This skin tone is usually paired with lighter hair colors such as strawberry blonde, or other blondes, but light brunettes and copper reds can also be warm springs. Light-colored eyes such as green, light hazel, or blue are common warm spring colors.

On the other hand, a warm fall skin tone is more subtle, with slightly gray tones mixed into the rich warm tones. Someone with warm fall skin, like warm spring skin, can have most hair colors, such as blondes, reds, and brunettes of different shades. Their eyes, however, tend to be darker in comparison and not as bright and vibrant. — colors such as dark brown, olive green, and hazel are common.


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