Today Glowing Color features Kaetlin.
I’m from California, now recently moved to Washington. I am married , for a year and a half, and we have a two year old daughter named Emmerson, Emme. My days revolve around her and our dog, who we take to the dog park and lake to go running. We love exploring our new state finding fun places that we like. I’m not currently working, but have a teaching credential and plan on going back to work soon. I enjoy cooking, reading and movies, and am starting to get into exercising.
What color(s) do you wear the most? Black, light, muted colors, nothing too bold.
What color(s) do you wear the least? Pink, red, orange.
In what color(s) do you feel sexy? I love blushes, light gray, black.
In what color(s) do you receive compliments? Light peach.
This was one of my tougher analyses in the beginning. But, one photo of Kaetlin in a particular color, jumped out at me and things were pretty easy after that. Let’s look at Kaetlin in cool colors first.
I see some very interesting things going on here. But before we get into that, let’s look at Kaetlin in warm colors. Also, I should note that Kaetlin’s natural hair color is somewhere between dark blonde-light brown.
Immediately I noticed that the warmer colors make Kaetlin look a bit blah. Some are borderline (the light peaches for example), but overall, these colors make Kaetlin fade into the background. There are some cool colors however, that absolutely pop on Kaetlin. The fuchsia was a big hint. With a color that strong, if you are not a Cool Season, the fuchsia will take over everything. With Kaetlin though, my eyes go to her face first even with that strong color. That lets me know that Kaetlin is one of the Cool Seasons. I ruled out Summer because the periwinkle/lavender in the Cool section was too light for her and did not look good on her. But she does look good in some softer cool colors as well as the bold cool jewel tones. Kaetlin is a Soft Winter. This means she can wear some of the same colors Summers can wear, but not TOO light. She also glows in the traditional Winter colors. I would love to see her in a cobalt blue, and she looks gorgeous in black. I do think she should avoid certain hair colors like the one in the photo with the turquoise hat. I detail this further in her Custom Color Shopping List.
See the difference?
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