Bright Spring is Spring with a touch of Winter. Winter's effect is to increase the saturation of Spring's already-bright colors to a point of shocking brightness. Winter also cools the colors somewhat; warm fuchsias are introduced and True Spring's golden browns are dropped. The colors are also darker than True Spring's; they correspond to the darkest tones in the Bright Spring's hair, eyes or skin, which can read as black.
The brightness of your palette is most evident, and your beauty most clearly revealed, when you wear your colors in high-contrast combinations. This level of contrast will probably mirror the high value or hue contrast that exists already in your body
You've probably had great difficulty finding your season because no one looks at you and thinks "Spring." Your hair is likely dark, and your eyes and skin may be as well. You can wear black - - though alone, it doesn't bring out your true loveliness - - so you've likely been mistaken for a Winter. Weirdly, you're also often confused with True Summer; perhaps it's because your best colors include aquas and hot pinks, and grey can be lovely on you.
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Light & icy colors
Reds, peaches and pinks (your lipstick and blush colors are found here)