Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Color Seasons: Cool Summer + 24 Hours of Daytona, Race Night, my life

Hey readers! This week's topic is Cool Summer, with some other stuff at the end. The flow season is Winter.

Cool Summer is cool and soft. The Winter influence means they are less light than other Summers. Hair is ash brown.  Eyes are grey, blue or black. Skin is cool or neutral beige. For people of color, blue-black skin can indicate this season. The best colors for include mulberry, soft fuchsia, coral, raspberry, icy pink, pink beige, sea green, pine, periwinkle, light navy, lavender, dusty grape, gray, taupe, khaki, cool browns and rose. Light clear yellow is the only shade these can pull off. The rule is cool, muted pastel tones. Makeup colors for these are gray, cool blues and plum, cool browns, like cocoa and taupe, mint, lavender, soft pink, navy, soft fuchsia, rose, mauve and soft berry. Now for the bad colors.

Warm or overly dark colors are bad for these. Yellow-green, burnt or any orange and warm browns are no good. Black is too dark for these.

I watched the start of the 24 Hours of Daytona. Chip Ganassi's #02 team won and the drivers were Scott Dixon, Jamie McMurray, Kyle Larson and Tony Kanaan.  McMurray and Larson, as well as AJ Allmendinger, who was on another team were the NASCAR representatives in this race.  Other NASCAR drivers played hockey with the Charlotte Checkers for their Race Night. 

And for a slice of my life, my mom's birthday was yesterday. Come back next week for my Clear Winter.


  1. I have questions! What is the 24 Hours of Daytona? I bet it was fun for them to play hockey. I have never heard of the Charlotte Checkers.

    Okay. That was only one question. :)

  2. The 24 Hours of Daytona's a sports car endurance race. They call it the Rolex 24 because of sponsorship by Rolex. Each team has multiple drivers because there's a time limit on how long a driver can be in the car to a stretch.

    1. Wow! That's interesting. I had no idea there were car endurance races.

  3. It's a little rare, it seems to me.