I got a book from the library about this in junior high, and I couldn't quite figure it out (except 'not spring or summer'--it was a vanity press book from either Avon or Mary Kay, and quite dated even in the mid-'90s), really. I still don't know.
My wardrobe my whole life has probably been 40% black, 15% purple (wine, royal, never lavender), 15% blue (navy or other darker shades with a bit of bright blue), 10% green (olive, mainly, with hunter or turquoise), and the rest cream, blue-gray or charcoal, and rich reds or salmon pink, with one top each in red-orange and burnt orange; yellow is officially out. It's based on what I like, not this analysis!
My hair is dark brown with natural gold highlights, my eyes are dark golden brown. I'm white and pale, but I would guess slightly more 'warm' than 'cool.' I am forever guessing wrong when buying lipstick and blush.