True Autumn is a True Season, meaning that its colours (and those of the members of this colouring group) are all its own, without influence from any other Season.
Colours are warm and gold-based, soft yet strong from the gold and the darkness that ranges from latte to mahogany.
For all of us, makeup looks most natural and healthy when we wear our flesh tones. For True Autumn, these span within a gradient of terracotta to burgundy for blush and lip colours.
Gray and browns (for neutral eyeshadow, eyeshadow highlight, and eyeliner) include dark cream, tan, camel, and elephant gray.
Together, these colours create the ideal composition of a gold-dusted grassland or the deep rich sunlight of late afternoon.
The most attractive reflectivity in cosmetics ranges from matte to metallic. The skin has a natural coppery reflectivity and accepts this effect in cosmetics seamlessly. Matte always works, and is the right finish for contouring the bones of the face (highlights are more belonging on Spring-influenced colouring).