Neutrals are colours that are light to medium in appearance. These are very popular colours, and their popularity is driven by the fact that they seamlessly blend very well with other household items. Besides creating a warm atmosphere, undertones in Neutrals are sneaky and imposing.
How does one determine the undertone of a colour? On the Paint Colour Swatch (which has several shades of the same colour) the middle shade is the indication of the undertone of all the colours in that Swatch. It gives an indication of how the colours will look like, including the lighter ones.
The undertone of the Night Jewels colour scheme is more evident on the last two darkest shades, which are Night Jewels 1 and Night Jewels 2. When selecting colours for painting the first interaction is usually with Paint Colour Swatches.
The amount of colour undertone in a shade is less evident in a Colour Swatch, therefore to see the true colour a paint sample should be painted exactly at the same area where the colour will be used. For colour accuracy the same sheen must be used for samples because the same colour appears slightly different between sheens.