(Or...So how the hell do I do my eyes if Sludge is out?)
Eyeshadow is one of the places I did have to start practically from scratch after my colour analysis as a Bright Winter. In SciArt terms, Bright Winter has no browns other than a couple of very deep, bitter chocolate shades, but also no taupes, mauves, plums or beiges to speak of. Goodbye sludge.
That's not to say that you are completely banned from wearing browns/taupes, but they aren't the best choices and I was interested to see how the colours that are in line with the Bright Winter fan would work instead. At this point, I'm reasonably sure that you're not going to see me skipping into the bright emerald green or purple eyeshadows, so I concentrated on the icy pastel strip and the two grey strips (one slightly colder and more blue, the other slightly warmed by yellow).
These are the eyeshadows I bought and have been wearing. MAC Scene (mid grey satin), Shroom (champagne satin shimmer) and Yogurt (matte pink, with a slightly peachy undertone). Diorshow Mono eyeshadow in Bikini (I bought this before my PCA, when I was starting to think I might be a Winter after all).
I have ordered a couple of Yaby shimmer/sparkly eyeshadows I'm hoping will match the icy violet and lavender shades, and I'd quite like a grey or two from the cooler 2.1-5 strip. I am enjoying having less options to choose from/debate over in the morning, and knowing that all the colours I'm picking from work well on me. Such a small pool to chose from certainly isn't for everyone but it's a useful starting point to know what colours work well and why, as well as understanding why some really don't. Knowing what my better colours are explains why Rouge Bunny Rouge Abyssinian Catbird eyeshadow is so horrible on me.
This is Yogurt, Scene and Phone Number worn, with MAC Dollymix on my cheeks and MAC Girl About Town lipstick.