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I wonder what season I am, I have olive skintone, (bit yellowish) green/brown eyes and light brown hair. I think I look best in red, green (such as above) black etc. Autumn, maybe ?

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i am now fixated on trying to figure out what kind of undertone i have. it is SO difficult, my skin is different colours in all photos and when i look in the mirror i cant even see what im looking for.

sheesh

*fed up* lol
Hold a sheet of white paper next to the underside of your arm, and see what color it looks ...

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Wow, fascinating, amazing!!!

Really? Hair & eye colours have nothing to do with the change in season? I coloured my hair recently, and colours which suited me when I had blackish brown hair don't look so good on me anymore.

I would love to know which season I'm in though! I do know that I look great in turquoise or any of the sharp electric blue.

This is me.

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I have dark-blonde hair, green/blue/grey eyes and "brown" skin. I am norwegian, so my skin is not that brown, but it is darker than the girls in my class. I have always just been wearing grey, red, black and white. So I was thinking that it might be an idea to start wearing some colors. Any help? =)
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Black, white and red.

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i have quite pale skin, so i supose i look better in dark colours.
dont know what i look best in, but there are two colours i would never wear, brown and purple

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Really? Hair & eye colours have nothing to do with the change in season? I coloured my hair recently, and colours which suited me when I had blackish brown hair don't look so good on me anymore.
it's about colors that flatter your skin. sometimes people dye their hair colors that clash with their skintone, so colors that look good on them actually clash with their hair then.

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I would love to know which season I'm in though! I do know that I look great in turquoise or any of the sharp electric blue.

This is me.
Based on your picture, I'd say you are a winter

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I have dark-blonde hair, green/blue/grey eyes and "brown" skin. I am norwegian, so my skin is not that brown, but it is darker than the girls in my class. I have always just been wearing grey, red, black and white. So I was thinking that it might be an idea to start wearing some colors. Any help? =)
I'm not sure what you mean by "brown" skin- do you mean you've got a tan or that you are not white?

Generally blue eyed blond scananavian types are summers- look good in pale blue pale pink, and gray- colors like that.

they also look horrible in bright orange or yellow. If that sounds like you, then you're probably a summer

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Stilettogirl84- sorry to bother, but can you tell me what I am?
this is my post:
http://www.thefashionspot.com/forums...62-post74.html

I know I said I had platinum hair, and i did, but it is now a medium brown again. I'm at the halfway point and will dye it a richer deeper brown next week. Obviously I'm fickle with my hair. THank you if you can diagnose my season!

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looks like winter for you too

black emerald green royal purple, navy, does that sound right?

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Thank you so much. You are a gem and a jewel.

I guess that sounds ok, but the truth is I have no idea what looks good or bad on me so I don't know if it "sounds right" really. The only color I can think of that I NEVER wear is red. I will go look up color and makeup for "Winter" people now. At least I know where to start....

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I have olive skintone, brown/green eyes and light brown hair. I think I look best in red, green and dark shades, black, purple etc. Any suggestions what my season might be?


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I'm not sure what you mean by "brown" skin- do you mean you've got a tan or that you are not white?

Generally blue eyed blond scananavian types are summers- look good in pale blue pale pink, and gray- colors like that.

they also look horrible in bright orange or yellow. If that sounds like you, then you're probably a summer
I'm a bit tanned. But thanks =D

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