The Enigmatic Palette in the Absolute Colour System of 18 different colour directions is Smoky, Warm and Dark. It is related to the Autumn palette in the seasonal colour system but is more muted and dusky and has lost some of its obvious warmth with the additional grey. Medium-dark to dark hair, and may be greying, or have soft light to dark brown hair.
Here are some examples of Enigmatic Palette colours.
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Watch the video about these Enigmatic colours and why they have been selected and which colour and value contrasts they work best for.
Great neutrals for the Enigmatic palette include all softer versions of taupe, deep olive, marine navy and warm grey as well as a range of warm browns. Find out more about why these make great neutrals for the Enigmatic palette.
And lastly some prints and patterns in the Enigmatic colours - what to look for and who suits each sort of pattern- with value and contrast information in the video below.
Discover the value and colour contrast information in this video.
Remember, when shopping, don't buy anything you don't love just because the colour works - you want to have a combination of both colour and style and of course the garment must express your personality and style recipe too! If you want to figure out what all these are for you and find your authentic style - you can get an online colour analysis here or if you want a full body, colouring, personality and wardrobing program then join my 7 Steps to Style program (you'll also discover your palette of colours too).
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