Warm pink, watermelon, bright peach, and a medium saturated orange makes a CLEAR WARM soft glow as it complements their warm and fresh look.
Deep periwinkle blue and periwinkle purple are great shades on the CLEAR WARM soft.
Warm pink and salmon is also a great CLEAR WARM soft look.
Light grey and ivory are two great light shades for the CLEAR WARM soft, as they are light without being too faded or dirty.
A CLEAR WARM looks amazing in colors, and should try to wear them whenever possible. Warm red is an especially stunning color on this type.
This sub-group may be soft, but color clocking in medium saturated hues, is still a great and fresh look for this clear and warm type.
Light and bright apple green is an amazingly fresh color on the CLEAR WARM. If you have light eyes, it will make them light up too. Kelly green is another great choice.
A bronzy kind of gold, not too muted or dirty, but still really warm and golden, is the best metall for a CLEAR WARM soft. The lighter and more yellow shade of gold is also good look, it's a close second. Silver can look really good too, but it's not as amazing as gold.
Aqua, mint, and turquoise are super fresh colors on the CLEAR WARM soft. Use golden brown as an alternative to black, for a fresh and soft look.
Golden yellow looks really great on this particular sub-group, since the CLEAR WARM soft is the warmest of the CLEAR WARMs. Paired with golden brown, it looks radiant, but calm.
Even navy blue needs to be brighter and more colorful for the CLEAR WARM. Combine with other colors for an extra fresh and rich look.
Bright peach is the best kind of peach for this group. Especially if you have a tan. Since black and peach can be a little 80's together, it can be a good idea to use brown or grey as a base color instead.
Even though a golden yellow is the best type of yellow for the CLEAR WARM soft, a lemon yellow is also really fresh and sunny.
Grey is a great base color for the CLEAR WARM soft. Combine it with a CLEAR WARM color, and it will look really fresh and interesting.
Again, green is just a really great color on this sub-group. Just make sure it's a fresh kind of green, and if you go earthy, don't go too faded.
A medium mint green is always a great look for any CLEAR WARM, and especially the soft. This is definitely a makeup free go too, as it brings out the skin tone in a really fresh way.
Be careful not to pick the icy mint color, as that is a little too pale for this medium coloring. I usually combine it with warm pink lips or shoes for an extra bright and fresh look.
Golden yellow looks really great on this particular sub-group, since the CLEAR WARM soft is the warmest of the CLEAR WARMs
Bright warm green and warm shades of blue, such as turquoise and aqua looks really fresh, but still soft.
Some earthy shades of green can also look really good on this sub-group, but it's important to know the difference between army green, khaki and olive. Army green is great, and olive and khaki is too dirty for this clear group.
Feel free to color block, or use pattern and prints combining the warmest of the CLEAR WARM colors for a radiant warm look. Keep to the colors in the medium range to not overpower your natural contrast level.
A medium true blue can look great on this sub-group. Pair it up with fresh colors to make sure the look doesn't become too heavy.
Tomato red is a great color on the CLEAR WARM soft. The best type of red for this sub-group, and an excellent way to freshen up an otherwise serious look, without loosing edge.
Warm pink is a really sweet and fresh color on the CLEAR WARM soft.
Purple and warm violet are great colors on the CLEAR WARM soft. Just make sure it's the right kind of purple. It has to be warm, clear, and fresh.
Shy away from blue undertones, anything really muddy and faded, or too deep and dark.
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