What’s Your Colortype?

It’s very easy to get in color rut. Blacks and grays match everything, and on those days we feel a few pounds heavier, a darker neutral color is our savior. But when you wear the right color that perfectly complements your skin, hair, and eyes, the effect can be breathtaking. Read below to figure out your colortype from our book “Life In Color”.


If you’re sun, your eyes are likely a light color (blue, light brown, green, gray, or hazel), and your skin is creamy or tawny with a peachy or rosy undertone. Your hair is a warm shade of mahogany, brown, blonde, or red. Your best colors are yellows, corals, and dusty roses while your worst colors are bright pinks and blue-reds.


Moons have blue-gray eyes without any gold, brown, or green flecks, or dark gray, brown, taupe with a black line around the iris. Your skin is pale and translucent with blue and pink undertones. You usually burn first when you tan, and your skin turns red, not bronze. Moons hair color ranges from dark ash brown to ash blonde, or an almost pinkish red. Your best colors are royal blue, ripe strawberry, and your worst colors are mustard yellow and bright orange.


Your palette is inspired by the Earth’s richness (deep greens and warm browns). Your eyes are usually darker colors like brown, green, or hazel, and your skin is coppery with terra-cotta undertones. Earth’s hair is brassy and ranges from dark blonde to red to mahogany to near black with burgundy highlights. Your best colors are chocolate brown, deep teal, while your worst colors are cool fuchsia and pale violet.


Your palette is inspired by faraway supernovas bursting out of the night. Your eyes are either pale and icy, or super dark, while your skin is luminescent with a porcelain cast or olive undertones. Your hair is either very dark or very light–from black to platinum, dark brown to prematurely silver. Your best colors are black, white, ice blue, and true red. Your worst colors are dusty rose and terra-cotta orange.