|Winter colours - most of them were too harsh or dark on me.|
Seasonal colour analysis is based on the colour of your hair, skin and eyes but, as I discovered, it doesn't suit everybody. It started out with four groups, then expanded into twelve groups and, at the last time of checking, it was now sixteen groups. Why is this? Can any colour system, no matter how many groups there are, really be defined in such a way that all women can find their perfect colours within that system?
|Spring colours suited me more, being slightly lighter as well as bright.|
I received a colour card with a difference. When using colour analysis I tried to match the colours in my swatch exactly, but with Dressing your Truth the secret is choosing colours that are in harmony with your card and that "pop" when the card is held up against them..
Once you know your dominant type, you can start thinking about your secondary type, though it doesn't change the colours that you should be wearing. I realised that many of the elements for my type 1 are elements that I am naturally drawn to: rounded or V-necklines; textures that feel crisp rather than chunky: light to medium-weight fabrics, that feel light and fresh on the body: animated patterns. And of course I do love bright jewellery!
|Wearing some type 1 colours!|
If you are intrigued by the concept as much as I am, why not try the free Dressing your Truth course? Then leave your comments here so we can see what you think about it!