Bright Spring Makeup Word Cloud
Each of my 12 seasonal makeup lists features hundreds of individual products that have been matched to color-accurate palettes.
I thought it would be fun and instructive to create a word cloud for some of the makeup lists, using all the words from the list that are color names.
Here's the word cloud for the Bright Spring makeup list:
If you don't yet own a Bright Spring makeup list, seacrhing for cosmetics with these words in the title might help you increase the odds of choosing a product that will work for your Bright Spring face.
Notice that "pink" and "coral" are the two most frequently occuring color words in the names of Bright Spring cosmetics. Pinks (both cool and warm) and orangey-pinks are so important for Bright Spring.
Bright Spring makeup colors are pure, warm-toned, and generally not very dark. (Thought Bright Spring can wear black, particularly as a liner or mascara, other colors on her face tend to be on the lighter side.)
In your correct seasonal makeup, you'll look like the most gorgeous version of yourself.
Not sure what your season is? Try the at-home draping cards -- they're an affordable way to figure out your color season. :-)
4/11/2017 09:16:38 am
I just had to comment, since such a lovely season had no comments yet ;-) I just recently realized that all 8or nearly all) of my best lip colours fall into this group - a revelation! And farewell to thinking myself as an Autumn, as I had for quite a while ;-)
4/11/2017 09:19:38 am
That "8" on 3rd row is obviously a typo, should be "(" ;-)
4/30/2017 08:46:38 am
Melina, how nice that you have found your season!
12/11/2017 04:59:47 am
Melina, have you tried the Truth is Beauty swatch cards yet? I sent for these from the UK as was not sure the Deep Autumn colours I was prescribed years ago were still working for me. As it happened, Bright Spring did the most for me when I tried them out. To confirm this, wasn't sure I could trust my own eyes, I went to a colour consultant locally (didn't tell her my new findings) and she, all by herself came to Bright Spring as well, so that confirmed it for me. I really believe those colour swatches were worth every penny.
7/9/2019 04:15:47 pm
Hi. It's not likely that Michele Dockery is a bright spring with brown eyes. She is much more likely a deep winter with red brown eyes (common). I'm a portrait photographer who also happens to have been trained by color expert and author Dooris Pooser (founded Color Me Beautiful with Carol Jackson). You really can't look at skin color from a photograph unless the color is perfectly white balanced and accurate. You also need a perfectly calibrated (with a colorimeter) monitor. The image you are using has been post edited in a very specific way - not likely remotely accurate. I do see that Michelle D. seems to be drawn to warm colors, but she is quite likely a very classic deep Winter that flows to Autumn. There will be a few warm-ish colors from the Autumn palette she can likely wear, but a bright Spring - not a chance. I suspect her skin tone is neutral or cool. Brown hair and eyes Caucasion, only can be Deep Winter or Autumn.
9/10/2019 03:28:43 am
SBbuckley, I have almost identical colouring to Michelle Docherty above, and the Truth is Beauty quiz, and then the test cards I sent for, identified me as Bright Spring, after years of thinking I must be Deep Autumn or Winter. I subsequently went to see a Colour me Beautiful consultant, (who happened to be a senior one who trains consultants in the UK) and was draped, to both our suprise, as a Bright Spring, which confirmed this for me. She did the draping twice, as she didn't believe it herself at first, but it was true, and these colours now sit very comfortably with me.
9/30/2020 06:14:07 pm
I absolutely agree Trishatt. I have very fair skin, brown eyes and brown hair. For years, I tried to wear Winter and Autumn colors, but Winter was was generally too cool, and I look very...uninspiring in brown and burgundy. Muddy is absolutely the word for it. Meanwhile, coral and bright green looks wonderful and gets tons of compliments. The assertion that women with dark hair and eyes “must be” Winters and Autumns has probably resulted in a lot of women thinking seasonal color analysis is total hooey, while other women have probably, sadly, stuck doggedly to wearing colors they know don’t flatter them, because they were were erroneously told they must.
9/17/2020 04:32:56 am
Sbbuckley, "Brown hair and eyes Caucasion, only can be Deep Winter or Autumn" - this is definitely not true, which you could quickly see after reading around a bit on this site, for example!
9/30/2020 06:20:32 pm
Thank you, Melina. It’s an attitude that leads a lot of women to try to force themselves to wear colors they probably suspect aren’t working, and may not even like, for an arbitrary “rule.”
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