I've been reading this thread with interest as a Perlino paint owner. I know it's very confusing with all the newer colors out there and little info.
Here are some color facts:
Perlino and Cremello horses ALWAYS have blue to hazel eyes, never dark eyes.
They always have pink skin, no exceptions.
Perlinos are double dilutes of bays and can have dark cream to tan manes and tails.
Cremellos are double dilutes of a Palomino so must always have white manes and tails.
The only way to truly know the color of the horse in question is to know the color of the mother and father. For the baby to be a Perlino (double dilute bay) both parents have to carry at least one dilute gene. So two of the following dilute colors must be bred together in the correct combination...Buckskin, Palomino, Perlino, Cremello, Smoky cream, Smoky black.
In my humble opinion, I would say the horse in question is a pretty little palomino. :)