What Color of Clothing Brings out Light Brown & Gray Eyes?

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Colors of clothing that bring out light brown hair and gray eyes include cool neutral colors, among others. Find out about colors of clothing that bring out light brown hair and gray eyes with help from the owner of Skin Perfect Image Wellness Spa in this free video clip.

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Hi I'm Jaclyn Peresetsky and today we're going to discuss if you have light brown hair and gray eyes, what color clothing do you choose. Well you have such a unique characteristic with that coloring. Light brown hair and gray eyes is gorgeous and our model, Vidella, has those characteristics. So when she chooses her clothing color, she has to go into cool neutral category. Why cool neutral? Well that's what gray is and if you want to highlight your gray eyes, you do not want to choose any warm shades. Warm shades such as orange is going to make you look washed out and even can make you look green. It's not a great color choice. You want to stay in colors like chocolate and pink and you want to go with a lot of charcoals and grays. Another shade would be purple and also this kelly green that she has on. It's a great color choice. Make sure that cool neutral is the key when choosing your clothing colors. Keep in mind when you go to department stores, the lighting can be very yellow so you want to stand by natural daylight so you can really see if the color is indeed a cool neutral and make sure when choosing those clothing colors you are going, you are thinking about value. If your hair is lighter brown, you want to go lighter such as this soft pink or this pale yellow, but if your hair color is a darker brown, you want to choose the richer shades such as like a royal blue or a navy. This is so important when choosing your colors and for your clothing because I want you to look your absolute best.

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