I guess I never really questioned if the grey presence in my eye was a warm or cool based grey? I assumed that grey meant 'cool', not giving thought to the possibility that my eyes were a warm olive shade instead (which I now see they are). However, I never stoped questioning 'well, what about the amber specks???' - The specks are clearly 'warm'. Wearing the warm gold and amber shadows really brought out all the warmth in my eye (i.e. in this photo I'm wearing a warm khaki-gold shadow). My eyes no longer appear dull and lifeless, but sparkly and alive. I've always thought that eye colour was so fascinating, especially how it relates to one's season! Here are some other photos of an autumn eye:
If you're interested in comparing your eyes with the different seasonal eye patterns, check out this website: http://colorconnection.yuku.com/reply/75
Its got great information about colour and how it relates to you!
One of the great things about finding out your colours is that things finally make sense or appear clear! Sometimes your drawn to a particular eyeshadow but think 'I can't wear that - its not an 'in' colour or you simply don't understand why you feel your eyes are warm/cool when someone tells you differently (don't trust picture analysis, its not always right, it 'can' be, but not always) - ALWAYS go with your gut instinct and if you can, do the best thing you can do for yourself and get an in person colour analysis done - its really worth it - its opened up my EYES - literally!!!