Colour analysis for private clients is scheduled with great flexibility as it suits our schedules, including holidays and weekends.

Appointments are seen in a private studio in London, Ontario, Canada.

Your best approach is to contact me by email with your interest in having a private PCA session. A 4-6 week minimum advance notice is recommended.

Reach me by e-mail at :

Please do read the page of PCA FAQs. The most commonly asked questions, including cost, duration, and preparation, have been answered there. If you have further questions, I am happy to answer them at the e-mail address above.



16 thoughts on “Appointments”

  1. Hi Christine;

    I live in New Brunswick and would like to make an appointment with you. Where exactly in Ontario are you located. What openings do you have for september.

    Thank you;
    Suzanne Hache-Bourgeois

  2. I’d like a colour analysis, and you have come highly recommended. However, I’m in Toronto and have three small children. I’m willing to travel, but if you’re very far from me I’m not sure how I can get to you. Where exactly are you located, and how can we work this out? Thanks so much.

  3. Hello,
    My Mom, my husband, myself and my 2 daughters had a color analysis done approximately 15 years ago. My 2 daughter-in-laws would like to have one done. How do I find someone close to my area?
    Thank you

  4. Good morning
    I would love to know if you are aware of anyone in the Brantford Ontario Canada area who does colour analysis using the 12 season system? I am thinking it may be a fun gift to give to my 2 daughters and myself

  5. Is there anyone in the South Florida Area? I can’t seem to find any one.

  6. Happy to say that Cate Linden will be in Orlando May 20-22! Contact at

  7. Hello Christine, I have a question that I’ve been tossing around since I was draped. . The woman I saw was nice but I question here decision. My draping was near an hour. Had a floor lamp on me, with no gray gown or cap. I look like a winter, brown hair, dark eyes. I felt I was being draped by a person with limited knowledge and equipment. My question is what chances are I was draped wrong. I hope by fall I can come to you, I’m in the Niagara area , so would be a nice drive later this year. I think coming to see you will answer so many of my questions..

  8. It’s a very fair question, Queenie. All I can say is that the draping environment is not consistent with our standard of practice. How likely is it that the draping result is incorrect, I do not know. It might be correct or might not be. I’d be happy to meet with you. My appointment book is scheduled months ahead of time so don’t wait too long or here in Canada, it will be snowing again!

  9. I have another question. I’m on chlorestial medication. Does medication change your colouring, your season, your shade of foundation? I thought before I come to see you to ask the doctor if I can go off them for a short time… if it will help for a accurate draping.

  10. Not usually, Queenie. You’re probably best to remain on your usual meds. I do not find anemia or chemotherapy change Season much. They are still your pigments after all, they have not mutated. Other conditions (jaundice or hypothyroidism) could easily make the draping more difficult. Your colours don’t change but their proportion does, or the texture of skin changes, or new pigments appear (bilirubin in the case of jaundice).

  11. Do you have anyone in British Columbia? I live on Vancouver Island so Ontario is a wee bit out of the way :)

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