DIY Color Analysis
No more guessing games! Identify your individual color palette based on your unique features. Dive into a fun DIY color analysis to unveil your true shades and customize a palette that's as unique as you are! This module is all about empowering you to become your own color guru, unlocking the secrets of hues that enhance your natural beauty.
This hands-on approach to color analysis will guide you through the process of self-discovery, encouraging you to trust your instincts and unleash your inner stylist. It's not just about finding the right colors; it's about embracing the colors that make you feel unstoppable.
Do Your Own Color Analysis
I highly recommend you watch the webinar replay "3 Steps to Discovering Your Best Colors" first.
- Step 1: Take a good photo of yourself
- Step 2: Color Adjust Your Photo
- Step 3: Determine if you are light, medium or deep
- Step 3: Determine if you have warm or cool undertones
- Step 4: Determine if you are bright or soft
Once you know your color type - or perhaps narrowed down to a couple color types - select the Color Type menu item in the Style Masters Library to explore all the resources for your color type. You'll discover your color guide, digital color palette and more information about each color type.
And you'll definitely want your color fan so that you can start editing your wardrobe and creating custom color palettes.
Customize Your Color Palette To Your BEST Colors
It's time to curate your very own rainbow of confidence! Armed with the knowledge from the DIY color analysis, you'll personalize your palette to feature the shades that enhance your glow. This isn't just a color chart; it's a celebration of your uniqueness.
This is where LEVELS come into play. It is possible that some of the colors and neutrals in your color palette don't suit you. This is because you may lean warm or cool within your color palette. A person with warm undertones and gray hair is a perfect example of someone that is leaning cool within their warm color palette. They may discover that browns don't flatter them as much as warm grays, for example.
Then, you'll find your Levels guide in the Style Masters Library - select the Color Type menu item in the Style Masters Library .
By the end of Module 3, you won't just see color; you'll own it. You'll have a palette that's as distinctive as your fingerprint, setting the stage for a style journey that's authentically yours.