|Lora Alexander, Deep Autumn, author of Color Revival and a Color Analyst|
|An Autumn will have a "muddy" eye or even a deep, golden brown|
|Julianne Moore, a celebrity, is a great example of a Warm Autumn|
Warm Autumns are Warm + Dark. Deep Autumns will be Dark + Warm. Soft Autumns will be Soft + Warm. Rich, warm, glowing.
Lora says the most difficult seasons to discern are the soft autumn and the soft summer. She has several case studies in her book showing how she arrived at analyzing both seasons because they are muted and blended. If you have blended hair, blended eyes, it's possible you are a soft, but are you warm (soft autumn?) or more cool (soft summer?)
It's been a fun week. I wish all of you who have commented this week to enter the drawing will come back and tell me that you have found your colors. If you don't win the drawing, do go to Lora's site and consider getting an eColor analysis. She has a couple options. I'd love to see your transformation! And I think it is freeing deciding on a course of action. And then, also, you authors when you write a character can borrow some descriptions so it will be easy for your readers to imagine the character. I can still see Anne (with an "e") of Green Gables as Gilbert calls her "Carrots." Can't you imagine that bright red hair? It was so important to Anne's character and also to her development. Marilla told her it was the condition of the heart that was more important than the color of her hair, but when Anne wants to change her hair color, would it really suit her? Would it really be her?
Embrace the beauty that God has gifted you with by working with the palette He endowed you.
Leave a comment on any of the Lora Alexander posts this week and on Friday I'll be drawing a name for a free ebook Color Revival or an eColor Analysis from Lora.