Have you got your ‘Colour Analysis’ done yet?
If you haven’t done it yet, you need to run up to your personal stylist at once before you run out of colour. Or to make it easier on you, you can opt for our ‘colour
If you haven’t done it yet, you need to run up to your personal stylist at once before you run out of colour.
Or to make it easier on you, you can opt for our ‘colour consultation’ that has the findings of different personal stylists, helping you understand the whole spectrum of colour analysis.
We believe that the easiest way to create a youthful glow is by wearing the right colours to harmonise with your skin tone, match the colour of your eyes and the shade of your hair. Many of us don’t understand which colours and what type of hues suit our skin tone, driving us to stay safe with neutral options such as black, grey, beige, navy and white.
But with the right colours, you’ll not only look radiant, but your personality will shine with confidence, too. Your eyes will sparkle, your skin will glow and your presence will be calm and exceptional than before.
Let’s begin your colour analysis and determine which colours of clothing, makeup shades and accessorizing complement your skin tone and colour. First let’s look at your Genetic attributes or the perfect match between your body geometry and personal colouring. Analyse the shape of your body and match it with your colour shade.
Next you need to know your Skin Tone. Is your skin tone ‘Cool’ or ‘Warm’? Here’s a quick test to figure out your tone by looking at the underside of your arm in natural daylight. If you have a pink or rosy undertone and blue tinted veins, you have a cool skin tone. If you have a golden or apricot undertone and green tinted veins, you have a warm skin tone.
Once you determine your skin tone, then comes the Fabric Test! Two pieces of fabric can solve it – Gold and silver. Try holding them under your chin and the shade that lights up your complexion is the one. If it’s gold, you’re warm; if it’s silver, you’re cool.
And lastly, but most importantly the Mirror Test. When you look at your reflection, it matters what you see first. If you see the colour before you see yourself, then the colour is wearing you. But if you see yourself first, then you’re wearing the right colour, which will make you appear confident, approachable, fresh and radiant every time.
by Tom Ferns