The CLEAR COOL bright has an overall strikingly high level of contrast, and can handle prints, colors and combinations that would look insane on anyone else.
CLEAR COOL bright has a overall strikingly high level of contrast is, and can handle equally strong prints and colors.
The CLEAR COOL bright is borderline CLEAR WARM bright, and has the highest level of contrast of all the types. So the most important thing for this group is to keep the look bright.
Dark taupe or steel grey combined with black and bright red gives an amazingly bright, rich and dark look at the same time.
Bright hues and prints in general are a good way to add the right kind of look, to make sure the outfit does justice to the incredibly intense CLEAR COOL bright.
A bright-colored, pattern crazy, 60's look is perfect for this vivid group.
Light emerald and icy grey are fantastic colors on the CLEAR COOL bright. Icy blue or aqua can also look really sharp on this group. Make sure that it's not muted or a dirty shade.
Remember, even though many of these CLEAR COOL bright colors can seem as they are CLEAR WARM colors, they aren't. They are just a cold version of almost equally bright colors. The CLEAR COOL bright have some warmth to some of their features, giving them a different and higher intensity than the typical CLEAR COOL true or soft.
Black and yellow adds that little extra hight contrast that the CLEAR COOL bright needs. Black and white alone might be a little to dull for this bright and intense group.
For the CLEAR COOL bright with dark skin, black should be combined with pattern or other colors to create the contrast needed for the bright. Black alone can be a little bit dull on this bright and intense group, unless you have very light skin or hair.
Color blocking is a good trend for the CLEAR COOL. Feel free to go print and color crazy.
Deep red combined with bright yellow, and black and white, comes of as completely natural and fresh on the CLEAR COOL bright.
Even when you're going for a slightly calmer look, remember that contrast and bright colors are important. A good idea is to lift the outfit by wearing a bold pink, coral or red lipstick, or something even more crazy, if your dare.
Black, or black and white looks great on a CLEAR COOL bright, but for that little extra, add some bright colors as well. It takes a lot for outfits not to look dull on this intense group.
Icy lilac is a great color on the CLEAR COOL bright, and the bright orchid purple is an even better one.
Silver is the best metal for any cool, but since the CLEAR COOL bright is cusping on the warm group CLEAR WARM bright, gold can be almost just as good. Even though if your skin-tone looks all pale and cold.
For the CLEAR COOL bright with dark skin, black should be combined with pattern or other colors to create the contrast needed for the bright.
A CLEAR COOL bright has a really high intensity, so they can get away with extreme color blocking and bold colors.
Coral is a great color on the CLEAR COOL bright, since this group is both borderline CLEAR WARM bright, and looks amazing in most bright colors.
Bright pink, bright blue, bright green and bright yellow and so on, are amazing colors on you. Actually, bright is your most important rule. Clear and cool comes in second and third.
Even when you are trying to look subtle, don't forget to be bold. At least when it comes to colors.
Even though bright olive isn't a CLEAR COOL color, it works really well on the borderline warm CLEAR COOL bright.
Navy blue, bold black and white patterns, bubblegum pink and dark taupe are all fab colors on the CLEAR COOL bright, and a good way of doing a "calmer" look. And on this group, it will actually look perfectly chill.
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These outfits have been put together to create a better understanding of how to mix and match colors, contrasts, and materials to get that right look for your appointed group.
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