Do you know what colors make you look younger and more vibrant? Which colors to wear if you want to look approachable or energetic? Would you like to learn how to match your best colors together and how to easily coordinate and organize your closet? Color Analysis is a technology assisted system that helps identify your perfect personal color palette.
What Is Color Analysis?
Personal Color Analysis is a method of determining the palette that best compliments your skin tone, eye and hair color. Knowing your Personal Color Palette provides guidance in choosing the most flattering clothing, accessories and makeup.
While color analysis is valuable to professional competitive dancers, it has many benefits that apply to women and men in every-day life.
With Color Analysis you can:
• Complement your natural coloring
• Give you clearer skin and brighter eyes
• Look younger and more vibrant
• Give you more self confidence
• Save time when shopping
• Spend less time trying to figure out what to wear
• Create a flattering, coordinated wardrobe
• Expand your color options beyond neutrals
• Know which colors and contrast level looks best on you
• Choose nail polish and makeup in your best colors
• Select the right metals for belts, shoes and eye-wear
• Select the right colors for gemstones and jewelry
How It Works
I use the highly individualized Color Alliance system to perform a computer-assisted analysis. During consultation I will compare different color drapes to determine the warmth or coolness of your skin and will match coded color coordinates to your skin, hair and eyes to determine your unique color harmony.
This process will result in your unique clothing color palette and personal recommendations for makeup colors. The result is one of approximately four million possible color combinations--nearly as unique as a fingerprint!
Your personal color palette will provide you with flattering choices of clothing, accessories and makeup colors to benefit you throughout your life. You have your choice of different palette styles.
This palette is more individualized and consists of forty colors including best basics, intensifying colors for skin, hair and eyes and best metallics. It's compact and comes in a handy zippered case. A foldout brochure explains the colors in more detail.
This palette is designed for the business professionals who needs a more conservative wardrobe. There is a greater emphasis on neutral shades appropriate for the workplace. Forty colors are divided into four distinct groups.
The men's palette includes Suits, Shirts, Ties, and Sports colors.
The women's palette divides into Basics, Lights, Basic Brights, and Accents.
Each Professional Palette includes a useful guide with tips on wardrobe planning and choosing colors for their psychological impact.