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Evanna Lynch

I briefly featured actress Evanna Lynch in my Harry Potter post a while back. Let’s take a more in-depth look at her today.

Evanna in Spring: pink. Evanna looks a pasty mess with the pink, and the red lipstick, and dark auburn hair. Her Summer essence has been extinguished here.

Evanna in Summer: light blue, white. Evanna looks ethereal in these colors. Yes!

Evanna in Autumn: burgundy, leopard. In the burgundy, Evanna looks ghostly. The leopard and the auburn hair make her look plain. Blah.

Evanna in Winter: black, blues, red. Black generally does nothing for Summers. The vibrant blues look great on Evanna and fit in well with her Summer season. The red is just like the black; it does nothing for her and overpowers her look.

Evanna in Auburn Hair: As I said yesterday in the Cameron Diaz post, don’t do this. Summers need to ignore the phone call that says go dark. They also need to ignore any red hair dye phone calls, as tempting as they are. Don’t do it.

See the difference?

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Summer Colors-White

Nothing quite evokes a summery feel than crisp, cool, white.

If you are a Summer, then there is no limit to how and how much you can wear white this summer. This is your time to shine! Tops, bottoms, dresses, swimsuits, whatever you want to do (that isn’t dated and tacky), GO FOR IT!

If you are not a Summer, white can still work in different doses. We all know that white looks great against a summer tan or naturally darker skin for contrast purposes, but that does not necessarily mean you will glow. Just ask me, an Autumn, who looks a bit like Death in white. Mm-hmm. Listen to her. Me.

If you are a Winter, you can wear white much like Summers, but it may be a bit too much contrast to wear as a top for you darker-featured cool beauties. Instead of wearing all white like Summers, mix white with a bold, cool, jewel tone color to give you maximum glow.

If you are a Spring or Autumn, stay away from white as a shirt, blouse, button-down, dress, pattern-background, anything too close to your face. If you simply must wear white, try a white skirt or shorts with a warm, bright top. Yellow or orange work, so does navy and some of the warmer purples. Always warm it up with gold-toned jewelry.

Or, bring white into your home with linens and flowers. So serene.

If you would like me to do a color analysis for you (includes blog feature with pictures and customized color shopping list with your own personal power color) that will bring out your own unique glow, contact me at glowingcolor@gmail.com for rates.

The Young Women of Harry Potter

In honor of the final Harry Potter Film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows making its debut in the States, today’s post is dedicated to the three main young women who starred in the film.

Emma Watson (Hermione) is a Spring



Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) is a Summer


Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) is an Autumn



Summer All-Stars

Since we’re in the middle of summer, I thought I’d make a post about Summer All-Star celebrity women. That is, summer women wearing summer colors and looking fresh. Summer is the season of cool-skin undertones and light hair.

Don’t feel left out if you are not blonde! You do not have to be blonde to look good in Summer colors. Summer is a cool season, so Winters can shine in Summer colors as well, and vice-versa.

Summer seems to be the rarest season of all, at least in celebrity-land. It was hard enough finding natural blondes, and many of the natural blondes I found had warm undertones in their skin, making them Springs. So here is the short collection I’ve managed to cull of celebrity women who are blonde and have cool-skin undertones, aka Summer all-stars.