Printable File Explained

The Neutrals file is divided into three pages:

  • Cool Neutrals
  • Universal Neutrals
  • Warm Neutrals

Each color has the following:

  • the name
  • the number that aligns with the color wheel
  • temperature - whether it's a cool or warm color on the color wheel
  • the color type that this color fits

About the cool neutrals:

  • These are neutrals that have a cool quality to them and will look best on someone with cool undertones.
  • These neutrals will likely not look good on someone with warm undertones when worn close to the face
  • If you have cool undertones, choose the cool neutrals and the universal neutrals.

About the universal neutrals:

  • These are neutrals that anyone can wear.
  • Based on your coloring and tone, some of these may not look great close to the face, but they are ideal neutrals to have in your wardrobe to mix and match with other colors.
  • The charcoal blues translate to denim blues
  • If you are unsure of your undertones, choose the universal neutrals.

About the warm neutrals:

  • These are neutrals that have a warm quality to them and will look best on someone with warm undertones.
  • These neutrals will likely not look good on someone with cool undertones when worn close to the face
  • If you have warm undertones, choose the warm neutrals and the universal neutrals.
  • There are two sets of warm greys. One set has more red and one set has more yellow. They have the same color names but you'll notice the color wheel numbers are different.


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