Personal StyleColour Analysis Myths: All People Of Colour Are One Of The Dark Seasons
I am starting a new series on the blog, in which I am hoping to dispel some common myths about colour analysis. First up, the persistent misconception that all people of colour are either a Dark Autumn or a Dark Winter. One of the two. They can't be any of the other ten seasons because they are dark-skinned and have dark eyes and dark hair. This is a very common misconception, which leads to a lot of people falsely identifying themselves as a dark season. And it's not surprising that this is happening. People of colour often get overlooked in colour analysis or pushed into the dark section because they have dark eyes and dark hair. But that's a false conception of the dark characteristic.