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I Got A Personal Color Analysis

  • Published on Sep 30, 2023 veröffentlicht
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    HELLO FRIENDS!! Today it’s all about color - and as someone who is known for wearing almost only black, I decided to dip my toes into the personal color analysis trend I've been hearing about for years and seeing all over TikTok. Because I've always been curious... am I a winter? Autumn? Summer? Or even Spring? Pastels have never been my forte, but I was open to at least hearing about them. So, we took a little detour to Toronto and visited Julia Dobkine from Agile Styling, an expert in color analysis who I’d been following on Tiktok, to find out my colors, my season, my tones, and everything underneath those tones. What do you guys think? Would you try this?
    Also, thanks to the virtual color analysts, the color key, for their help in fact-checking the video and collaborating on celebrities for the 12 seasons for our graphics! To learn your season virtually, check out @‌thecolorkey_ on Instagram! **celebrities shown here are examples based on the color key's best classification done in good faith but without participation in the color key analysis process. Accurate results can only be achieved through their color analysis process!!
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    0:00 Intro
    3:20 Flying to Canada
    5:08 The Color Analyzing Process
    7:15 Finding Out My Undertones
    12:49 Finding Out My Colors' Brightness & Depth
    14:55 My Palette vs Other Palettes
    16:40 Shopping My Color Palette
    21:46 Doing Makeup in My Color Palette
    23:00 The Final Look
    24:31 Outro
    #analysis #colortheory #vlog

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  • Safiya Nygaard
    Safiya Nygaard  6 months ago +10618

    HELLO FRIENDS!! it turns out black is (one of) my color(s)! what a relief.... not that anyone could pry my funereal wardrobe away from me 🦇 what do you guys think? would you try a personal color analysis? thanks again to julia at @agilestyling for being our expert! and with the celebrities in the seasonal graphics... we tried our absolute best but there is definitely the possibility of a mistake, so sorry if that's the case!! xoxo, saf

    • 𝙢𝙞𝙣𝙩
      𝙢𝙞𝙣𝙩 6 months ago +52

      I would depending on the price

    • Lara Ludicolo
      Lara Ludicolo 6 months ago +24

      So glad you can keep your favourite colour

    • Lyle
      Lyle 6 months ago +13

      Just when I needed you!! ☺️☺️

    • Moth
      Moth 6 months ago +11

      I love wearing black also lols no one could ever get it away from me :)

    • Ali🖤
      Ali🖤 6 months ago +16

      We have these at a department store near me but it’s so expensive, it’s over £100 :( I have found charts online though that are super helpful

  • Simply Not Logical
    Simply Not Logical 6 months ago +50204

    I’m shocked you didn’t mix all your winter shades together and ask the analyst what she thinks of FRANKENWINTER

    • KEM Cosplay
      KEM Cosplay 6 months ago +867

      Next video? 😂

    • Addie
      Addie 6 months ago +488

      that's simply a great idea!!

    • Daniela Llanillos
      Daniela Llanillos 6 months ago +356

      Or maybe you should go and find your right shade if nail polish 👀

    • Kit cat studios
      Kit cat studios 6 months ago +19


    • Maddison
      Maddison 6 months ago +30

      Ok but please do this

  • Tina Yong
    Tina Yong 6 months ago +931

    OMG can we swap please? I'm loving the winter colours!

    • samara :3
      samara :3 6 months ago +6

      I love watching your videos

    • CrochetPie
      CrochetPie 6 months ago +3

      Yo Tina is here and there is only one comment? I’m changing that :) btw love your videos as well as Safiya’s

    • Shazee
      Shazee 6 months ago +3

      Tinaaaaaa! The original!

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago +3

      Right? She lucked out! It suits her so well. A lot of people are reluctant to try pink lipstick, but it doesn’t look “Barbie Pink” on people with cool skin. Maybe Barbie needs a color analysis. I would not be surprised if she’s really a Light Spring and has been wearing the wrong shades of pink, all along.

  • Trúc Vivian Phạm
    Trúc Vivian Phạm 6 months ago +2952

    Everyone talking about the clothes but I think the make-up made you glow. You looked so lively and pure, it's actually amazing how important colours are

    • seven-eight
      seven-eight 6 months ago +81

      she looks sooo much younger with her makeup like that

    • unbothered kai
      unbothered kai 5 months ago +36

      23:46 she’s popping here! the way her cheeks glow and her lips make her so beautiful and youthful 🤩

  • Iantha611
    Iantha611 6 months ago +1724

    Safiya undergoing makeover after makeover only to be validated in her love of black is my favorite bit- it never gets old 😂😂😂😂

  • Tiara's World
    Tiara's World 6 months ago +1587

    So there’s a candle company that has a scent for every us state. She should combine all 50 states to find the scent of America. edit: it’s called homesick candles

  • Liz Paige
    Liz Paige 6 months ago +561

    Every time she held up that dark green I was blown away, obviously black is iconic but pleaseeeee more dark emerald 😍

    • film.blossom
      film.blossom 2 months ago +8

      My thoughts too! I've rewatched this video so many times and every time that bit comes up my jaw drops

  • YouTube
    YouTube 6 months ago +5609

    im glad black worked out for you and that it was one of your colors lol

  • sk8ergalx
    sk8ergalx 4 months ago +303

    Actually when I went to a personal colour consultant, she gave me secondary colour palette that still looks good, even if not the best. I think it is important to know the range of what looks okay to the best, not just sticking to the best. My consultant also gave me tips of how to make the best of colours that are not in the good tone for me by playing with contrast, position of the colours, etc. It is actually more freeing than restrictive when you have these tips and insights on how to make colours work for you!

    • Kitty S
      Kitty S 4 months ago +27

      Hi. I agree. In the Korean color analysis vids that I've watched, they give you your primary and secondary seasons. Re: contrast, I learned abt it (and how to apply the color wheel in clothes/ choosing outfits) via some other Clip-Sharers.

  • m0th
    m0th 6 months ago +1003

    A reminder that your colors don't matter unless you want them to, if you have bright colors on your pallet, but hate them, then you wear the muted colors. You don't ever have to please anyone but yourself.
    Also; trends aren't automatically terrible, trends could help you find your style.
    im not gonna be cringe and say “thanks for likes” and going to be cringe and say “why tf does this have a ton of likes”

    • Jessica Bibbles
      Jessica Bibbles 6 months ago +49

      They matter if you care about looking washed out or not.

    • Sabrina
      Sabrina 6 months ago +170

      ​@Jessica Bibbles if you're miserable, wearing a colour you don't like, the washing out is the least of your problems

    • memorizedvisions
      memorizedvisions 6 months ago +37

      @Sabrina i mean if you want someone commenting that you look “sickly, tired, pale or having jaundice.” (The last one literally happened to me i swear)

    • shohinee deb
      shohinee deb 6 months ago +1


    • Alisha Vial
      Alisha Vial 6 months ago +21

      100% agree, the most important thing is you feeling good!

  • Bonnie Purins
    Bonnie Purins 6 months ago +441

    Shout out to Tyler who doesn't just tag along but gets activity involved in helping Saf find her colors. However i am surprised that he didn't play with the scarfs himself LOL

  • Enya Almeida
    Enya Almeida 6 months ago +312

    She actually looked AMAZING by the end of the video, the clothes and the makeup look GORGEOUS and really compliment her!!!

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago +3

      Yes! This has to be one of her most fruitful adventures. If a person can only choose one kind of makeover, color analysis would be my recommendation!

  • Alyjah Flakes
    Alyjah Flakes 6 months ago +383

    You know what’s crazy? I’ve been really into color seasons lately and the other day, I literally thought to myself “I wonder if Saf is a dark winter or if I just make that association cus she wears so much black” and here’s the video.

    • michaelx
      michaelx 6 months ago +32

      i’m pretty new at this stuff but i’ve done a bit of research and i knew immediately she was a winter, i think winters look the most “like their season” bc their features are always so contrasted! always so gorgeous

    • Orange Blossom
      Orange Blossom 5 months ago +6

      I low key think she’s a dark winter but here she’s typed true winter!

  • Tyler Williams
    Tyler Williams 6 months ago +5678

    we need to go back to canada to ride the maple coaster 🎢

    • 𝙢𝙞𝙣𝙩
      𝙢𝙞𝙣𝙩 6 months ago +23

      Maybe meet up with everybody again 😎

    • H Ross
      H Ross 6 months ago +13

      And to hit up the barefax buffet (actual lunch buffet... not like a buttfet)

    • Eikosi and milo Lover asmr
      Eikosi and milo Lover asmr 6 months ago +2


    • Mary Johnson
      Mary Johnson 6 months ago +1

      I miss the lives

    • Kim B, that's me
      Kim B, that's me 6 months ago +12

      Wish I could go back to Canada's Wonderland; been a looooooooong time since I went there.

  • HilBG
    HilBG 6 months ago +52

    my mom (who is super good at this) gives people this advice: to find out what your palette is, look at your wardrobe of favorite clothes. if you always love how you look in certain colors, it's probably because they're the most flattering colors for you. also people tend to compliment you when you're wearing your best palette.

  • NyraDelRey
    NyraDelRey 5 months ago +105

    Her saying “this is painful” was the highlight for me. You all find people so naturally hilarious to feature in these videos!

  • River Song
    River Song 5 months ago +73

    Very entertaining video. Kinda sad that Tyler didn't also get his color palette done. It would have been nice to see him also shop for some clothes.

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago +2

      It would be fun & educational to compare their seasons!

  • ytbkt
    ytbkt 5 months ago +69

    The funny thing is someone who has been professionally trained to do this like myself can tell what you are without doing the actual analysis. The process is done to shock the client so they understand the basic premise of colour seasons and use it in their daily life. Having said that. I still wear black even though it’s not my colour :)

    • megan
      megan 2 months ago +13

      it’s like going to a hibachi restaurant lol they don’t HAVE to do it in front of you, but we love the drama

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago +7

      It is for the client. With a good color analyst, they receive a valuable education, through the draping and explanation. It’s certainly a worthwhile investment, if you can swing it. DIY color analysis been a fun hobby for me. Is there a particular training you recommend? I’m interested in learning more!

  • -Rayn-
    -Rayn- 2 months ago +15

    I swear I was confused by the warm hair color on the "perfect" makeover series bc the cool grey color suited you so much better! Now, this confirms my innate suspicion :D

  • Robin Eras
    Robin Eras 6 months ago +4015

    As a color blind person I don’t really know what’s going on. But I love the vibes!

    • Poopface
      Poopface 6 months ago +177

      Haven’t used it yet but I love it. One star 😂😂😂

    • Turbat G
      Turbat G 6 months ago +57

      @Poopface Immaculate reference 🤌🤌🤌

    • XSemperIdem5
      XSemperIdem5 6 months ago +47

      She was right all along with black everything so this could end up being in black and white, as long as the white were cool toned, and it would work.

      FEUDIE BOOTY 6 months ago


    • Lilith
      Lilith 6 months ago +70

      Dude, I'm not colourblind and I don't even know what's going on. I don't know what I'm supposed to see, I literally don't see a difference in her face or whatever.

  • Kendra E. Ardnek
    Kendra E. Ardnek 5 months ago +45

    As a Winter myself who has used my colors faithfully since my teens and can recognize them pretty well, I've always been of the opinion that Safiya is a fellow Winter. She couldn't wear as much black as she does, looking as good as she does in it, and not be one.

  • kattelyn92
    kattelyn92 6 months ago +55

    It would be interesting to do this with a few color stylists and see if they come to the same conclusion. I personally just don't have the eye for this and can't see the difference in most instances 😅 but it's still a fun idea.

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago +1

      Yes! One Clip-Sharer got two analyses, with very different results. She did hers online, which is very hit or miss. She definitely narrowed it down, but in-person is much more accurate. It used to be hard for me to see the subtle differences, but the further down this rabbit hole I go, the more interesting it gets…unlike some consumer trends, for sure!

  • Laura Garmon
    Laura Garmon 6 months ago +27

    As someone who was in high school in the early 80’s, my mom took me to a color “expert.” It turned out I was a winter, too. Going with this knowledge in hand, Mom picked an iced blue fabric with which she made a gown for my upcoming concert. It was a really lovely dress that totally washed out my skin under the stage lights. In the pictures, you could see my black hair, some lip color, the dress and my instrument. It looked as if a ghost with a wig was filling out my clothes!

    • MissCaraMint
      MissCaraMint 3 days ago

      Ironically ice blue sounds more like a summer shade.

  • Elsie Godin
    Elsie Godin 6 months ago +66

    As a Canadian it's so fun to see her shop in iconic Canadian stores!

    • merrie misfit
      merrie misfit 6 months ago +6

      Tim Hortons as a tourist attraction! 😄 Honey Dip Timbits: The Breakfast Of Champions. (Although I would not have gone to the trouble of hitting a Hortons in the downtown -- they're all over the place, with much better parking ... and drive-thrus.)

    • Emma
      Emma 3 months ago +3

      we have Tim Hortons in the UK now. its fun to pretend i'm in Canada!

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago

      @merrie misfit. I’m not even Canadian, but I know what you mean. Some restaurants and stores, I think, “Why even put that downtown?” I guess it’s to draw in tourists who don’t know their way around!

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago

      I used to feel like I was in Sweden, at IKEA. They’re becoming just another global junk store, though.

  • Hayn
    Hayn 6 months ago +48

    I really like that you did a segment at the end of your color analysis where you went through all of the color palettes. I had reached a point where I was just thinking. “well duh, dark colors bring out the features of majority with lighter skin “ but seeing the different types of dark palettes on you definitely made the difference

  • Michelle Ignatowski
    Michelle Ignatowski 6 months ago +6259

    Safiya: *is validated for wearing black because she's a true winter*
    All of the comfortable vampires in the world: "and there was much rejoicing"

    • the man in the iroh mask
      the man in the iroh mask 6 months ago +24

      Monty Python and the Holy Grail fan?

    • Michelle Ignatowski
      Michelle Ignatowski 6 months ago +9

      @the man in the iroh mask hell yeah 😎

    • the man in the iroh mask
      the man in the iroh mask 6 months ago +11

      @Michelle Ignatowski nice. 🐇🩸

    • Jackie McCann
      Jackie McCann 6 months ago +16

      **halfhearted “Yaaaay”s**

    • erica cole
      erica cole 6 months ago +25

      I bought a rich pure crayon blue sweater a few months ago. People are really shocked how pretty I look. Seeing me in mostly black which is very comfortable on me for all reasons for decades makes me want to branch out to more colors like magentas and certain purples.

  • Bruce G.
    Bruce G. 6 months ago +76

    This stuff is real. I had my "colors" done (my wife forced me) a very long time ago. Turns out that I'm an Autumn and it has helped me immensely with the clothes I've bought over the years.

  • Natalia K
    Natalia K 5 months ago +17

    I know you say you don't feel that comfortable with bright colors, but let me just say that the ones you picked out, look so effortlessly good on you! like they've been in your wardrobe all along!

  • breanne bedell
    breanne bedell 6 months ago +39

    Julia is so funny, her like off handed responses or like just straight up “washed out, no chin, does not look good”. She is my spirit guide

  • TraitorJuice
    TraitorJuice 6 months ago +36

    So thinking back to your Perfect Makeover video, Brad and Stacy thought you had a slightly warmer tone and now it's cooler, more than likely because your hair color is darker. The one thing they all have in common though is that those richer, jewel tones REALLY suit you! Especially that royal purple and dark emerald tones.

    • Yuuri
      Yuuri 4 months ago +3

      Oh hues look so different when they're next to each other!!!! The people who can keep that straight and not be influenced by the surrounding hues are truly magical

    • Science Not Stigma
      Science Not Stigma 2 months ago

      @Yuuri. I agree. Color analysis is awesome!

  • Karla Rivera
    Karla Rivera 2 months ago +6

    I love the winter palette on you! If I'm being honest I didn't love your last makeover from a couple of years ago when almost everyone said you were warm toned and colored you hair warm blondish, this makes you so much clearer and brighter.

  • Megan Moore
    Megan Moore 6 months ago +242

    As someone who works in fashion retail and has been a personal shopper, this is the most exhausting thing to be introduced to. It's not the service per se I think it can be helpful and fun. But it's the customer who laps it up. They take it way way too seriously and unless a piece matches the colour in their book exactly, they won't buy it! It's incredibly frustrating. I have been able to make people look beautiful and feel confident without a silly little book for years.

    • mediumpurple
      mediumpurple 6 months ago +86

      Because you have years of practice and a trained eye. Most people don't have that.

    • Kiterpuss
      Kiterpuss 6 months ago +57

      ​@mediumpurple Fr the "I've done this for years and don't need the beginner tools" mindset is weird and diminutive when talking about beginners.

    • strayiggyTV
      strayiggyTV 6 months ago +73

      @Kiterpuss i think what OP was talking about was people coming into their store and sticking so rigidly to the "rules" that they won't budge from them an inch even if they look great in what the worker recommended. Basically its the people who go to a doctor office and spend the whole time with WebMD pulled up on their phones lol

    • KillstealKatrii
      KillstealKatrii 4 months ago +6

      I think at the beginning you just gotta train your eyes, so that’s why Saf was sticking to her booklet at first. I’m dental technician, which means I have to differentiate different tones of off-white all the time, which was really hard for me when I first started my apprenticeship 8 years ago. But after some time it got much easier.

    • Yuuri
      Yuuri 4 months ago +4

      @KillstealKatrii Part of your job is colour matching teeth, if I understand correctly? Like fillings and implants and such? That's actually so interesting and important; I'd never thought about it!!

  • Leslie Elizabeth
    Leslie Elizabeth 5 months ago +33

    she looks so pretty in the deep purple "shcacket" !!! it really suits her, its giving evil queen from snow white

  • KAKi
    KAKi 6 months ago +59

    love how this whole video is just the expert slowly realizing black really is what Safiya belongs with

  • ymir
    ymir Month ago +2

    as someone who studies color theory its so exciting to see people learn about color theory for the first time! it really does feel like magic when you first learn!!😄

  • Jenna B
    Jenna B Month ago +3

    I love color theory. It’s such a subtle but powerful tool. It’s art, fashion, marketing, design, mood.

  • Sunshine27234
    Sunshine27234 6 months ago +9

    those colours are really perfect on you. I am a true autumn. Found this out by analysing why I always wear the same 5 shirts and somehow never the thousand other things in my wardrobe. We are simply drawn to the colours that suit us best and we also feel best in those. So you can actually figure this out on your own by being honest to yourself and paying attention to your own behaviour.

    • Kitty S
      Kitty S 6 months ago +2

      Hi. Yes, I think we are drawn by instinct to the colors that look good on us, or we often get compliments when we wear those colors. I'm a TA too, and drawn to red, orange & yellow (have lots of blouses in those colors) & I often get compliments. However, I also liked pink/ fuschia. After watching a ton of draping & color analysis vids, I draped myself & found that I am warm & look better in muted colors = autumn. Cheers, autumn sister!

  • Faith Tran
    Faith Tran 2 months ago +2

    I had my color analysis done too and I agree that it’s much easier to see a difference in person than on camera! And it really changed my life which sounds so dramatic but it’s true

  • Melanie Magolan
    Melanie Magolan 3 months ago +4

    I’d always assumed you were winter. Your coloring is very similar to my sister’s, and she’s a true winter.

  • Natasha Adams
    Natasha Adams 6 months ago +8

    the foundation!! yes!! so many people use foundation too warm for their skin tones she looks so goooood!!!! go safiya

  • Alexa
    Alexa 6 months ago +2677

    Her final transformation was absolutely insane. I need to get my colors done bc it literally made her look so beautiful and rich. I didn’t realize how powerful colors are

    • Marlah
      Marlah 6 months ago +21

      There’s a website that’ll do it for you actually!

    • Federica M
      Federica M 6 months ago +10

      @Marlah what's the name?

    • Allison Garcia
      Allison Garcia 6 months ago

      I agree!!

    • chillinbrit
      chillinbrit 6 months ago +10

      @Federica M colorwise!

  • Pat Cox
    Pat Cox 5 months ago +8

    You looked stunning in the purple! Your whole face lit up and you even carried yourself more confidently.

  • -Rayn-
    -Rayn- 2 months ago +1

    My light summer mum and me, a deep autumn, recently swapped our favorite rings: Mine has a deep, warm navajo turquoise stone and my dad recently got her a ring with a real saphire, a cool, almost greyish blue ice-y color. Stunning, but my hand looked so...dead? when I tried hers on....same thing when she tried my turquoise :D It's so funny because we basically have the same face and features, and yet suit totally different colors

  • Ahne Hagen
    Ahne Hagen 5 months ago +12

    i would love for tyler to get one of these done too i'm curious to see if y'all match

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte Month ago +1

    Amazing how colours can bring so much difference!!

  • fuzei
    fuzei Month ago +2

    Late to the game, but you look stunning in that final outfit!! I'm so excited for you :)

  • Ali Farnum
    Ali Farnum 6 months ago +1643

    You’re literally GLOWING, this lady knows what she’s doing. Those colors look really reaaaaally good on you!

  • AwwesomeVal
    AwwesomeVal Month ago

    My Mom wears Autumn colors, but she was an 80s baby so that makes sense based on what you've said. I personally have just been deciding what colors to wear based on trying them on

  • Anna
    Anna 2 months ago +4

    That swatch wallet is genius! Mall lights are always so weird on colors.

  • Glorious Chaos (aka motherhood)

    Love this one because it actually shows the process and the palettes! Also fun to see you mix it up with some colour (although you do look amazing in black) 🖤

  • meldixj
    meldixj 6 months ago +10

    I see so many differences between the two of us, but your colors are basically the same ones that I feel more "fancy/sofisticated" when I use them!!

  • Science Not Stigma
    Science Not Stigma 2 months ago

    You are so hilarious, Saifya! I love your healthy skepticism for all your consumer adventures and how you keep embarking on them anyway, so we can laugh with you. That said, I am a DIY color analysis hobbyist and I think your analyst is doing an excellent job (halfway in).
    Edit: The Winter Palette suits you so well! I wish I knew what that cost you. I’m not far from (certain parts of) Canada and I need some fresh air.

  • Alex Lee
    Alex Lee 6 months ago +2877

    Can I just say the degree of organization, clarity of explanation, and detail of the accompanying graphics are incredible and reflect such hard work on the part of Safiya, Tyler, and the entire team. We appreciate it!

    • Tarantallegra2
      Tarantallegra2 6 months ago +17

      It's very much appreciated - this is what makes this channel one of the best! I am very curious though, to be frank, how this channel survives in this age of online video. Saf and her team's videos are so thoroughly researched and beautifully executed, and in the same timeframe it takes to produce one video, another Clip-Sharer may have released five longform videos of them just reacting to a subreddit that each get just as much engagement. Without trying to put down any other content creators, this team clearly has so much passion and integrity!

  • Bright Winter
    Bright Winter 2 months ago

    I wanna see her wearing cool clear yellow (slightly greenish) and icy colors!

  • Christine B
    Christine B 2 months ago +1

    Since Safiya loves wearing black, one trick to remember is that a a strong enough saturation, many deep colors will visually "read" as black but with a little something extra. For example, the hex code 062314 will look black to most eyes but on someone that looks amazing in a saturated cool green, would also reflect onto the skin in a really interesting and complimentary way - same with blues and purples as well.

  • Marion Givhan
    Marion Givhan 6 months ago +13

    Honestly I wish I had known about this kind of color analysis when I was still interested in acting. I NEVER wore good colors for my auditions and always wondered why I didn't feel confident or why I couldn't figure out my "type" of character ! With this information, I feel like I'd be unstoppable :D

  • madelynnemree
    madelynnemree 6 months ago +5

    My mom had a book called “color me beautiful” straight out of 1985 and trying to figure out my season as an 8 year old is a core memory for me. still not sure what colors are mine

  • Ash
    Ash 6 months ago +2244

    completely honest... when you switched into the new clothes and makeup at the end i actually gasped out loud because you COMPLETELY shined. like all your features stood out so much stronger. you looked younger too!

    • Casmyster
      Casmyster 6 months ago +28

      I know right, I thought the same!!

    • Mary M
      Mary M 6 months ago +48

      She suddenly looked like she was born from a wealthy family, went to an Ivy league school, and then became the CEO of her own corporation.... and as I'm writing this, I'm pretty sure that might be her exact story lol. But she sure looked like a million bucks!

    • Sylvie Lacasse
      Sylvie Lacasse 6 months ago +11

      You literally wrote what I was thinking! Her outfit at the end with her makeup … perfection 🤌🏻

    • Jenny
      Jenny 6 months ago +8

      Younger? Psh unnecessary.

    • Ash
      Ash 6 months ago +13

      @Jenny what? Lol… that’s not an insult. The woman doing her color session even said that the other colors “washed her out”. It is true that colors can often make people look older since it can make their skin look grey.. which is literally what the lady said to her face for some of the colors. Me saying she looks younger is true… the color of the clothes makes her skin glow- which can give the appearance of being younger. Please don’t take it that serious.

  • Jessica M
    Jessica M 6 months ago +5

    I'm cool toned. I just take my mom when I'm buying clothes. She's pretty honest without being mean about it. Plus I can tell when she loves the outfit & when she doesn't really think it looks good on me.

  • Reign Beau
    Reign Beau 6 days ago

    I would love to see a follow-up video talking about how much you use your new colors!

  • Witch Bïtch
    Witch Bïtch 6 months ago +5531

    For YEARS I’ve been waiting for safiya to start wearing cool toned foundation and I’m so glad she’s finally figured it out 😂

    • TheBeautifullyOdd
      TheBeautifullyOdd 6 months ago +381

      It looks so much better! Wow, what a difference. She looks healthier and far less like she's wearing heavy makeup.

    • Alle Franz
      Alle Franz 6 months ago +174

      @TheBeautifullyOdd Yes, it blends into her skin almost like it is not there. The essence of the no-foundation but foundation look. Hehe, we have the same color theory palette. I am wearing a full face of makeup in my youtube profile pic and the same colors.

    • HappyJellyCatSquid
      HappyJellyCatSquid 6 months ago +87

      I actively thought she was gonna get like, deep autumn because of warm and obviously deep but with the foundation off it all started making sense

    • h y
      h y 6 months ago +28

      yesss, she has fair and pinkish skin

    • C W
      C W 6 months ago +21

      Yep i figured out the moment I saw her first that she was cool

  • ᆞGalliumG
    ᆞGalliumG 5 months ago

    I think I could have guessed she would get a true winter palette

  • Mikaela Carrizo
    Mikaela Carrizo 5 months ago +4

    This was great! I'm glad that she noticed you were BRIGHT and not Dark despite your very deep features :) It's always lovely to see how other professionals work!

  • Ed Lothia
    Ed Lothia Month ago +1

    I've never wanted a woman to just roast my face and all my features this much. Just help me color wizard

  • Ryu
    Ryu 6 months ago +2956

    I love how Julia has a great sense of humor but does NOT joke around when it comes to personal colors. What a legend. Also, I hope we get Tyler's analysis on his channel, that would make me extremely happy! :D

    • CJJ
      CJJ 6 months ago +11

      yes! came to comment exactly this! 😄

    • Rosie
      Rosie 6 months ago +1


    • Christina mann
      Christina mann 6 months ago +6

      Any guesses on his palette? I’d say cool summer, a softer version of Safiya‘s palette.

    • Rosie
      Rosie 6 months ago +16

      @Christina mann naah, I would guess a soft autumn! I can see him in a mild teracotta

    • Christina mann
      Christina mann 6 months ago +4

      @Rosie 🤔perhaps the soft flow palette, the one that’s neutral between the cool and warm?
      The great debate shall haunt mankind!

  • I K
    I K 5 months ago +3

    Haven't finished watching yet, but she always striks me as a clear winter. I'll update my comment when I finish watching. Turns out true winter. Close enough lol.😊

  • Essaguera16
    Essaguera16 6 months ago +6

    I’m surprised how good this all looked! I never really took this seriously I just thought that’s a cool concept but it’s subtle things that do make a big difference ☺️

  • Raccnnibal
    Raccnnibal 25 days ago

    Safiya looked literally gorgeous with her look

  • WiccanJello
    WiccanJello 2 months ago

    You look amazing in those winter colors! Stunning! :D

  • Thien
    Thien 5 months ago +10

    I'd like to get my colors done too since it's so hard trying to tell what color my undertones are. The closest that I've gotten was being told that I look good in orange and I don't like how purple looks on me, but that's pretty much it. Saf definitely rocks the wintry palette though, so good for her! Those jewel tones are dead drop gorgeous.

    • Kitty S
      Kitty S 5 months ago +5

      Hi. If you look good in orange, then you're probably a warm season (spring or autumn). What type of orange suits you better, bright orange (spring) or darker/ muted orange like rust or copper? If it's the latter, you're probably an autumn. I say probably, because you'll need draping to confirm your season.

    • Thien
      Thien 5 months ago +5

      @Kitty SI would say the more muted, earthy tones works best for me. Super saturated colors (especially cool ones) highlights the yellow in me, which make me look a bit ill if I'm being honest. The colors I gravitate towards aren't like the cool, bright icy pinks but more of a peach or salmon pink.

  • Kas
    Kas 6 months ago +1646

    The makeup was definitely the biggest stand-out for me. I hadn't even realized the warm foundation was kind of... not doing Saf justice. I think a slightly darker eyeshadow will maybe tone down the overall brightness of the look itself, but the pink lip, the cheeks, etc, really made her pop. That was neat!

    • selective_yellow
      selective_yellow 6 months ago +36

      Yes! The makeup is HUGE!

    • JustAnotherCommenter999
      JustAnotherCommenter999 6 months ago +15

      I was like 🤯

    • Dundee
      Dundee 6 months ago +43

      The stylist is def right on avoiding oranges for Saf. I never liked the orangy lipsticks on her. Now I know why lol

    • aurora
      aurora 6 months ago +18

      Our girl needs to get some wine red lips, she'd look fantastic.

    • Kat
      Kat 6 months ago

      Yeah I want a longer video on the makeup! Although I suppose those videos exist elsewhere

  • Marie Scholl
    Marie Scholl 6 months ago +3

    I got my colors done and got copper spring and found that my favorite colors were in the palette already! Sometimes you just know without knowing 😂

  • Wendy G.
    Wendy G. 6 months ago +2

    I loved seeing Safiya find her perfect match & model clothing with such beautiful colors! They looked great on you, Safiya! 😍

  • Bodil Bergseth
    Bodil Bergseth 2 months ago +3

    I saw you and was like…. ”Yeah shes a true winter”😂

  • Blueflamingo
    Blueflamingo 3 months ago +1

    I'm pretty skeptical of any sort of fashion "rules" by nature, but I'll admit, I started seeing the magic with this one!

  • Icebearies
    Icebearies 4 months ago +1

    In all honesty I straight up love this channel and I love Tyler’s too… HUGE COMFORT PEOPLE 😭❤️

  • Naomi Langevin
    Naomi Langevin 6 months ago +2166

    For those who are interested in this color styling, keep in mind it's all meant for your top half, or things that are near your face. You can wear whatever color bottoms you like, and you don't need to wear full outfits of your colours. These tests are literally about seeing how your face looks against certain colors, so don't be worried thinking you have to give up your favorite pair of pants!

    • No Name
      No Name 6 months ago +134

      Yeah I remember someone saying it’s one thing for your clothes to not suit your skin since it may not be that noticeable but it’s more important for your makeup to suit your face because it’s literally your face

    • star Droplet
      star Droplet 6 months ago


    • PinkDarkBoy
      PinkDarkBoy 6 months ago +145

      Also if you have a favorite top that goes against your color palette, just wear it. Color theory was meant to be broken and played with, not treated as a strict ruleset.

    • Vixx Celacea
      Vixx Celacea 6 months ago +36

      True! But at the same time, there is color theory against colors themselves and unless you know how to mix really well, wearing a muted warm tone pant with a cool jewel tone top might look a bit funky. Usually accessories and additions can balance it, like the color of the outer top or inner, belt, shoes etc.
      Blue jeans weirdly look good on everyone. Apparently blue goes with most other colors. Even in jeans though, you can choose a cool, neutral or warmer tone.

    • Lara İpek
      Lara İpek 6 months ago +10

      yeah and as safiya said its not an exact science and is more about the feel of it
      so if you do like wearing a certain color then it is your colour!!

  • Sarai Gradeless
    Sarai Gradeless 6 months ago +3

    Figured saf would be the cool palette 😂, she just looks so pretty in her black outfits, and the deep, dark fun colors of different lips she puts on always look so beautiful on her, loved the video, definitely gonna make me think about my color palette ❤

  • cherry-insomnia
    cherry-insomnia 6 months ago +1

    For those of you that don’t get it, think of it in terms of interior design. If you have walls painted a deep, rich mustard would you pick an icy baby blue couch or a deep emerald? Yes, both couches are pretty and functional, but one is going to look nice against the walls and one is going to stand out in an awkward way!
    The walls = your own natural skin/eye/hair color. Yes, you can wear anything you want, but some colors are just going to look effortlessly harmonious on you and some aren’t. You probably already know that some colors just don’t suit you; color seasons just kind of refine that to make it clearer. It’s all based on color theory and it’s not just a TikTok trend; there’s color advice from 100+ years ago along this vein because color is a fundamental aspect of human visual perception. Color seasons just make color theory more approachable for those who aren’t technically inclined, since color theory can get incredibly complex.

  • Will and Alex Travel
    Will and Alex Travel 5 months ago +3

    I built up my whole black and white wardrobe only to learn my neutrals were charcoal and cream 😢 also love the Flying Biscuit shoutout! I crave their apple butter weekly

  • Maddy
    Maddy 2 months ago +1

    For being such a simple outfit the purple shirt and white crop looked sooooo good

  • M S
    M S 20 days ago

    I never believed in the personal color analysis trend, but seeing the colors on your face I see a huge difference as if you added make up with the vibrant winter colors and no makeup with the other colors
    The purple made you look youthful

  • Luv
    Luv 6 months ago +1347

    Colours really do influence your skin, but remember that anyone can suit any colour. If u like it, wear it.

    • Katheryne Nevarez
      Katheryne Nevarez 6 months ago +16

      Not me and blue it makes me look yellow af

    • vacafuega
      vacafuega 6 months ago +35

      Yellow makes me look ill, but if I really wanted to wear it I would XD

    • Adi
      Adi 6 months ago +36

      True but also not true 😭

    • Helen L
      Helen L 6 months ago +34

      Yeah, the key is if you know the colour isn't great on you, go for it in an accessory (not hats/hair stuff), or something like shoes/trousers that's not close to your face/exposed skin.
      (edit: typos)

    • Biscuit B. Goodness
      Biscuit B. Goodness 6 months ago +75

      i don't care if pink looks good on me or not, i don't care that gold jewelry looks "better" on me than silver, i am wearing baby pink and silver and nobody can stop me. the color police can try to catch me but my baby pink is too overpowering for their minds to handle

  • Thewaterspirit57
    Thewaterspirit57 3 months ago

    Imagin if this lady did a color analysis of me, that they diagnosed me as a Winter/Summer pallet. wouldn’t really have to change much XD

  • Charlotte Macdonald
    Charlotte Macdonald 10 days ago +1

    You look stunning. Glad you had them done. I know mine and love wearing them.

  • Hermonie Granger
    Hermonie Granger 4 months ago

    I LOVE that lipstick colour on you! The real test (for me anyways) was that it looked good in sunlight too. Welcome to Canada to eh!

  • Justmycupoftea
    Justmycupoftea 4 months ago

    Not going to lie you look AMAZING! at the end. Even if you don’t want to vomit to the vibrant colors of clothing. That lipstick and foundation certainly is a beautiful slight change!❤

  • MaraMara89
    MaraMara89 6 months ago +818

    How anyone could NOT know Safiya is winter? She is the poster example for it XD I may not know what color I am, but Safiya being winter was obvious XD

    • Magnolia Moonbloom 🌼
      Magnolia Moonbloom 🌼 6 months ago +16

      Came to say exactly this!

    • Natasha Adams
      Natasha Adams 6 months ago +20

      literally! textbook snow white lmao

    • Marsha M
      Marsha M 6 months ago

      How she did not know? I am also a true winter, I had my colors done in the 80s, nothing has changed!

  • Mintu
    Mintu 5 months ago +3

    I honestly thought these color analysis were a scam but this proved me wrong, you really did fit in the true winter colors.

  • Hailee Nance
    Hailee Nance 2 months ago +1

    The purple and green especially look AMAZING OMG

  • Tri Nine
    Tri Nine Month ago +1

    i wish i could get such an analysis bc i literally cant tell a difference i cant even tell the color of foundation i need like i just cant see if it matches with me or not TT

  • Váné Harris
    Váné Harris 6 months ago +6

    I’m a winter too but I love the colors orange and yellow that are not in my palette. What I do is make sure those colors don’t touch my skin. So I have a cool toned blue dress with a medium sized yellow flower pattern on it or a white tote with an orange image in the middle. So the Bass Pro Shop shirt with the orange text in the middle would have followed this guideline.

  • Kellyn Capps
    Kellyn Capps 6 months ago +1278

    The colors she gravitated towards are called jewel tones. They’re beautiful!!

    • Devin DeAnda
      Devin DeAnda 6 months ago +37

      I know, after tens minutes of dealing with fabric swatches, I was like, 'Oh, so Jewel Tones?' Haha, I kid though, it was an information process!

    • Nikita's Feels
      Nikita's Feels 6 months ago +16

      Yes. Before I found out I suit them I got an emerald green/teal teddy bear coat as my Christmas gift and my mom hasn't stopped talking about it since. She says it looks stunning on me and the colour is so unique but it works great because it's not a pea green that would clash with my olive tone. But it has some blue in it too. She told me how she would go and get herself the same coat if she has any money to spare. I got it for like 30% off during black Friday since I needed a new coat. Because she also couldn't stop talking about how my old coat looked very used. Regardless I wear jewel tones quite often. Like the sweater in my pic and I had a time in highschool where I'd wear anything blue. My mom told me blue washes me out a bit being pale but apparently it suits me very well because younger me was onto something.

  • Kara Coop
    Kara Coop Month ago

    Love this video! Wish I could go to a specialist for color ❤

  • Caleb17
    Caleb17 7 days ago

    You should also get a swatch booklet of Julia's color palet and you could mix-and-match them and your palet to your liking.
    I do think you should incorporate more colors in your wardrobe. Just start small and expand from there.

  • unbothered kai
    unbothered kai 5 months ago +1

    Safiya is like Raven from Teen Titans, they have the same color palette too

  • Hannah Golden
    Hannah Golden 6 months ago +1

    I got a professional color analysis recently and I was also typed as a true winter! It has helped me discern better colors of clothes and makeup be I just always felt washed out or overwhelmed by the colors I was putting on. So cool to see you show this process!
    I also dyed my hair a dark blue green after getting my analysis!

  • KatamariQueen
    KatamariQueen 6 months ago +9

    I'm so glad you featured Gentle Whispering ASMR! Maria is so sweet and she's the best in the game!

  • quirkysaucy
    quirkysaucy 6 months ago +1493

    I did this years ago and it was life changing. Also, it helps with decluttering your wardrobe. The colorist I used had a community and we would meet quarterly and bring our decluttered items. We would spent an hour with the stylist giving our clothes to the people they belonged to. It was legit so much fun seeing the clothes go to the right people. People definitely pop in their right colors. Also, free clothes that look amazing on you.

  • Selina Ou
    Selina Ou 5 months ago

    Lol a few weeks ago, I got myself diagnosed with Deep Autumn 🍁🍂 (Althought I'm a spring baby), no wonder my mom always says I would look like a grandma if I ever dyed my hair in cool tones like silver or blue lol (I bleached some highlights in my natural hair)