FALSE ! WHEN TEMPERATURES DROP, COOL SHADES WARM THE COMPLEXION !
In winter, you should opt for cool tones
When the sun makes itself scarce, temperatures drop and daylight fades. To keep that radiant glow, you need to compensate for this decrease in light by adjusting your makeup colours. It’s better to avoid warm shades which, without sunlight, look artificial and dull the complexion. Opt rather for cool tones. More in harmony with the natural light, they enhance your complexion for a guaranteed healthy glow.
How do you tell the difference between warm and cool tones?
Do not confuse colour and shade: there is in fact a wide variety of shades for the same colour. Warm shades are those that contain yellow pigments while cool shades are those containing blue pigments. The same colour can therefore have a warm hue or cool hue depending on whether it contains more yellow pigments or more blue pigments. More specifically, a red is said to be “cool" when it contains bluish highlights and “warm” when it draws closer to orange.