(bottom of page) has some images from this period from the Vinhuizen collection. Some Spanish some not.
I think the Chamberga infantry regiment (also called the Tercio of Madrid) was formed in Spain in 1665 during the failed coup against Queen mother Mariana. The image in the Vinhuizen collection from the nypl.org website shows a typical late Spanish uniform with very short sleeves, a red coat, blue vertical lapels and blue cuffs, with a very large white/grey broad brim hat.
Spanish cuirassiers are shown on the miniatures Alfonsos blog in the 1660s still wearing the Morion helmet, with a yellow coat, short sleeves, red cuffs and red vertical lapels. This other blog also has this image
which I read on another site some time ago is from 1660s while Charles II was in his regency.
According to a book I used to own "The Portuguese Army in the War of the Spanish Succession" by Pat Condray, the Duke of Schomberg came to Portugal during the Portuguese Restoration War and introduced blue coats in Portugal's army with various cuff colours. From 1640 until the 1720s, they also had a ceremonial halberdier guard wearing green coats. A Royal Guard of Archers attended the king and wore green with white trim. I believe that Portuguese marines had green coats around 1668 with yellow facings including stockings. The most common Portuguese officers sash colour was green-and-white together. There are tile paintings of the Portuguese Restoration War, which partly overlaps the War of Devolution.
Also as late as 1664, Austrian artillery officers wore blue coats with red cuffs according to the Xenophon
website, which also has many other uniforms. Image
In France, a grenadier of the Alsace regiment in 1668 is shown
wearing a brown coat and and breeches, light blue stockings, green shoulder ribbons on one shoulder, and a black hat. Interestingly around the same time , the Carignan-Salieres regiment (which was sent to Canada) wore brown coats and grey or black cuffs, with black shoulder ribbons on one shoulder and very short Spanish-style sleeves.