Please note: Do not worry too much if one characteristic of your appearance deviates from the below descriptions. You may still fall into this colour season if your overall appearance matches the profile.
The following images are examples of Bright Springs. You may look different but still be a Bright Spring.
You are a Bright Spring if the dominant characteristic of your overall appearance is bright, and the secondary characteristic is warm – meaning warm colours suit you better than cooler ones.
When you look in the mirror, the first thing you notice about your colouring is that there is a very high contrast between skin, eyes, and hair. This gives you a clear and crisp appearance. Your eyes will probably be clear, sparkling, and the first thing people notice.
In addition, your features have mainly warm undertones.
If anything, Bright Spring eyes are intense. Because of the very high contrast with the white of the eyes, they appear bright and clear, and so stand out against skin and hair.
They can be blue, green, topaz, or even (dark) brown as long as they are vibrant. They have warm undertones and you may also notice a sunburst pattern on the iris which is typical for Spring eyes.
The skin is either neutral or has neutral-warm undertones – meaning both gold and silver look good against it, but gold looks better. Peach undertones are also possible. Bright Spring skin comes in a broad range of tones: from fair to dark (I-V on the Fitzpatrick scale). But the main characteristic is that it is light and bright for your ethnicity and in high contrast with your hair and eyes.
Like the skin, the hair is typically warm and tends to develop highlights when in the sun. Medium golden blonde to dark golden blonde with highlights are common, but also copper, auburn, and brown-black with red undertones are possible.
Bright Spring has one of the highest levels of contrast between skin, hair, and eyes among all seasons. There is even a high contrast between the iris and the whites of the eye. In the images below, you can see how the features all contrast each other rather than blending together.
Bright Spring vs Bright Winter
People who fall into the Bright Spring category are sometimes tricky to analyse – they may look like Bright Winters, with piercingly bright eyes, and often relatively dark hair. Both sub-seasons’ dominant characteristic is clear.
However, the distinguishing characteristic is the warm, yellowish undertone of Bright Spring’s features compared to Winter’s cool, blue-tinted features.