Warm One Colour Palette

You are in the Warm Colouring category. What this means is that you can have porcelain skin tone with or without freckles or a warmer glow. You have red hair which is anything from strawberry blonde, through to auburn and green, brown or blue eyes. You likely have either warm or brown eyebrows and eyelashes too. 

Your category is warm, and your skin is yellow-based. Your eyes, skin and hair all have a warm undertone to them.

You are best suited to colours that have a warm base in clothing. If you choose to wear a cool shade, pair it with a warm-toned (yellow-based) garment in your wardrobe. Preferably wear warm-toned clothing that close to your face. You look best in medium shades. If you wear anything cool, grey or blue-based make sure you add warmth. Avoid wearing all cool pastels or dark, cool shades. 

During the summer months wear light to medium warm coloured clothing but avoid cool pastel summer clothes like ice blue, cool pink or violet. When wearing dark neutrals like bronze for example, choose lighter shades to balance it out like stone, milk or dusty Peach. Avoid wearing all black or pastels. 

How To Use This Guide

Below you will find details of your personal colour palette. These have been chosen from eighteen different groups of shades.

The first group of canvas colours should make up the base of your wardrobe, while the paint colours below them are for you to add to it. Think of the canvas colours as the majority of your wardrobe, and the paint colours as the fun on top. 

Finally, at the bottom of this page, you will find some additional paint colours for you to use that are specifically chosen for your grade and category. 

Your Warm One Colours

You are in the first of the warm colour tones. You have porcelain skin, and often have freckles with strawberry blonde hair. Your skin will likely burn easily in the sun. You often have green eyes. Yellow-based, warm shades will work best on you. Avoid pastel, cool colours. When wearing dark colours like charcoal or grey, team it with a warmer tone close to your face otherwise the cool colours will wash you out and make your skin look grey. Try to avoid two dark colours together, because they are too much for your pale skin. Aqua colours in a light or medium tone work very well for you. 

  • Your skin tone is warm—all the colours from your palette that aline with your colouring. 
  • Do your colours need to look official for work? If so try olive garden or light navy with warmer tones like milk, dusty peach and primrose closer to your face. 
  • The clothing that sits closest to your face should be in a light or medium tone. 
  • Accentuate outfits with warm and light to medium shade accessories. 
  • Consider misty sage, turquoise, or light apricot. Khaki, sage, olive garden and deep salmon would also look fantastic on you. 
  • In winter, try to find bright warm colours to brighten up your outfits. 
  • If you begin to show a lot of grey hair you may need to change your colour palette. 
  • When choosing white select soft white over cool white. 

Warm One Canvas Colours

Select colours from the list below to become the staple of your wardrobe.

Warm One Paint Colours

Choose colours from the list below for your fun colours to highlight and enhance your outfits. 

Personal Warm One Colours

These colours in particular suit the Warm One skin tone because they are light enough to not wash you out. Select these for fun colours and those that will sit closest to your face. 

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