Color is powerful. It can evoke different feelings, it can convey emotions, and it can even improve our moods. And this doesn't just apply to colors in nature. Color theory also applies to the colors we use in clothing and accessories. What color you choose for you outfit has a huge effect on how others perceive you and this especially holds true when it comes to professional attire.
Colors that make you look amazing
The right color can accentuate your best features and make you feel fabulous. Is there a color scheme that you must avoid? In this blog, we reveal the colors that were designed to enhance your beauty and those that will leave you looking under the weather.
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I know that getting ready in the morning can sometimes be hectic. That’s why we’ve put together this list of colors that will enhance your natural features, including your eyes, skin, and hair color. These colors are made with pigments that will give you a lift without the need for layers of make-up. The simple application process takes only minutes and its natural appearance reduces imperfections while bringing out a healthy complexion.
Colour theory states that a colour can be described by its settings on the three dimensions of colour:
The hue scale tells us the temperature of a color. It can be warm, neutral, or cool.
The value scale tells us how light or dark a color is.
The chroma scale tells us whether a color is muted, medium, or bright.
Just like a clothing color can be described via the three color scales, your natural coloring can also be described this way. You might have warm, cool, or neutral undertones in your skin, eyes, and hair. Your features may be very dark or they may be very light. And your overall appearance might be very muted, or it might be really bright and clear.
The goal of color analysis is to determine your colour profile. Where do you sit on each of the three color scales?
Color analysis determines the settings on the three value scales of your natural color palette and then matches those with colors that share the same dimensions.
In this next blog we will get into the concept of wardrobe, we will find out more about seasonal color analysis and how you can determine your color season. Read on!