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COLOUR ANALYSIS TRAVEL SCHEDULE FOR 2020

Ever wanted to get your colours analyzed but were too far away to be able to travel to get this done? We are excited to announce that due to overwhelming demand over the last few years, that we will be offering personal colour analysis consultation through various...

Colour Q+A: January 19th, 2020

In a print, what percentage of off color details will still work well? Prints that have at least 75%-80% of the colours from your season will usually work reasonably well. A trick to make multi-seasonal coloured prints work more effectively is to pair them with other...

COLOUR Q+A : Aug. 23rd, 2019

Q: Is it possible to have blue eyes and be an Autumn? A: Yes, absolutely. Almost any season can have any eye colour. When it comes to Autumn, blue eyes tend to show up in Warm Autumns and Soft Autumns most frequently. Blue eyes tend to be less common in True and Deep...
COLOUR Q+A: March 9th, 2019

COLOUR Q+A: March 9th, 2019

Could you touch on the differences between Warm Autumn and Warm Spring colouring? I have read that these 2 are the most difficult to decide between. Thanks! Warm Springs and Warm Autumns can sometimes be similar, however, there are a number of difference between the...

Seasonal Type and Country of Origin

Seasonal Type and Country of Origin

Over the last three years that I have been offering online colour analysis services, I've had the privilege of working with women from different parts of the world, including parts of North America, South America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and the Middle East. This is...

COLOUR Q+A: February 15th, 2019

COLOUR Q+A: February 15th, 2019

Q: I seem to be seeing cobalt blue everywhere in the shops where I live. It’s not in my Cool Summer palette, but it’s a colour I’ve always really liked. Is there a way to wear cobalt as a cool summer without being overwhelmed by it? A: Cobalt can work reasonably well...

COLOUR Q + A : February 6th, 2019

COLOUR Q + A : February 6th, 2019

Q: Do you feel eye colour is a determining factor in colour analysis? A: I evaluate eye colour when I do colour analysis, however, the primary determining factor in what palette will work the best ultimately comes down to the skin tone reactions that are produced in...

10 Ways to Know That The Colour You Are Wearing is Correct

10 Ways to Know That The Colour You Are Wearing is Correct

If you are unsure of whether a colour is working for you or not, all you need to do is to look at your skin. The right colours have a number of positive effects on the colour, tone, and clarity of the skin. Additionally, they also produce a number of other salient...