Colour trends for 2020 are so vast and beautiful that there will definitely be a colour that resonates with you. Or you could want to try every hot and trendy colour that’s coming up this year. Either way, we’re happy to show you the five best colour trends for 2020, and more importantly, how to wear them to suit your skin tone.
We all have our colour trends insecurities. Many people believe they can’t wear a particular colour based on their skin tone. But fashion myths are made to be broken. Yes, you can have pale skin and wear dusty pink, and darker tones can also wear bold colours. The secret is to find the right shade of that particular colour to match with your undertones, and replicating that.
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Wearing head-to-toe red is such a stunningly bold statement right now. This colour trend is probably the most popular, who doesn’t like a powerful red suit or flowy red dress? Go for a shade of red that reflects back your skin’s natural undertone. If your skin is on the cooler side, go for reds with a blue-ish tint, like berry or crimson red. Warmer tones, opt for an orange tint, such as copper or ruby red.
The ever so soothing colour mint is popping up everywhere from runways to retail stores. And for good reason. It’s such a modern take on the pastel trend. Mint falls under the green colour family. So go ahead and put your own spin on the shade. Cooler tones look great in mint and aqua, while warmer tones should try deeper tones like pistachio and emerald green.
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I’ve heard so many blonde ladies tell me they can’t wear yellow. And I’ve proved them wrong every single time. Again, it’s all about finding the right shade. Warmer tones work well with yellow colour trends. Especially this deeper saffron shade. But cooler tones can pull off yellow too. Look for soft, pale and subdued pastel yellows that have little to no warmth in them.
The Pantone Colour Institute has named classic blue as the colour of the year for 2020. Talk about colour trends that will last for seasons to come. Blue is one of the most universally flattering colours on the market. And lucky for us, classic blue is one of those colours that works on every skin tone and undertone.
Such a sweet colour, that works just as well in a solid colour, or pretty and feminine print. These colours work beautifully with darker skin tones and warmer undertones. But, if your skin leans towards a cooler undertone, you can still pull it off. Go for pastel pinks that compliment the blue in your skin.