I am not a believer in narrowing down our palette. The Sci/ART palettes are already adjusted to be the right darkness, warmth, and saturation
In part 6, the colour analysts whose journey we have been following have one last consideration before making the commitment to a new profession.
As we follow today’s colour analysts through their process, they are now ready to make the decision. Today’s video shares their final criteria.
We could eat whatever we want, decorate our house however we choose, and invest our money however we want. We know that those will not be our best choices.
3 colours we would like Spring coloured people to never wear again and 1 we could see you in every day.
Centre Stage is good but a bit light for my taste. It’s also a little dry which is good because it stays for hours and doesn’t move. A touch of Flash Bulb over the top and the result is more divine in appearance and wearability. I want lipstick till noon.
One reader asked if I see any browns as worse for True Autumn than black. That’s kind of a challenge, like telling a massage therapist nothing hurts today :) Spring has some light beiges that are flat on True Autumn. The pink browns of the Summers do nothing to help this person.
In this second video of the series, we talk more about seeing possibility in your future for anything you may want to do. How do we organize our thoughts towards the right actions to fill in the space between Don’t Have and Have?
I believe you accompany each client on their color journey. The visible difference was huge between even the test drapes. I cried when I saw her in her soft autumn colors and her proper lip stick color- she was how she was meant to be!
So many people have a passion for personal colour analysis (PCA) and even dream that one day, they could become a colour analyst.
Maybe you never thought it could be for you but the idea won’t go away. This is the opening for a series of videos reflecting on helping you know when the time is right by sharing what analysts said about their journey.