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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Miss Cranky-Pants here.  Gotta say that while I can wear the T4 colors and often do, some of them are fugly.  I will try them out, but I'm also going to try the electric and ice versions.

Now I found another system that is an off shoot of the 4 Seasons, in which I am supposedly a Winter.  But in this new system there are 12 types.  Three versions of each Season.

But in this system I may be a Soft Summer (according to my eyes and hair):

my eyes are technically blue, but have orange flecks

Eyes http://www.prettyyourworld.com/theeyeshaveit.html

I'm definitely cool, thinking I was Winter, and the other cool season is Summer.

Soft Summer
Dominant Characteristic is SOFT
Neutral look—not noticeably warm or cool
Hair is often ‘mousy’ with no natural highlights
Can have a heavy velvety look to them, which often
Gets mistaken for a winter.


here are Soft Summer colors:
http://mayteegarzapca.shutterfly.com/12tonesinpictures/277


summer colors

here are all 12:
http://mayteegarzapca.shutterfly.com/12tonesinpictures

Here is the breakdown of color analysis correlations:

1/3 Warm Spring
1/2 Light Spring
1/4 Clear Spring

2/4 Cool Summer
2/1 Light Summer
2/3 Soft Summer

3/1 Warm Autumn
3/4 Deep Autumn
3/2 Soft Autumn

4/2 Cool Winter
4/3 Deep Winter
4/1 Clear Winter
Jane Rekas
Written by Jane Rekas

Jane Leu Rekas, LCSW, CHt, writes a blog about seasonal color analysis and the four humors. She is certified in Color Me A Season color analysis and does Color Profiles individualized fabric fans online and in Hood River, Oregon.

1 comments

  1. (((Hugs)))

    It can all be quite confusing! Especially for those of us who are type twos who get lost in the details.

    I think soft summer suits you.

    Jeanine

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