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Technical tips & colour analisys

Colour analysis is more complex than people think, and it's one of the most important considerations when it comes to fashion styling.

Your StyleMode stylist will analyse the effect of selecting and combining colours with your hair and skin tones when shopping with you. The combination of colour theory and practical experience means that you will find the clothes she selects for you create impact and enhance your natural features.

The colour spectrum is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be percieved by the human eye; light reflects off objects in different colours with different degrees of refrangibility. The spectrum is divided into 7 colours, most of us identify them as the colours of the rainbow.

Arranged in order:
Red - Orange - Yellow - Green - Blue - Indigo – Violet.

The colour wheel helps us choose colours and combinations of colours.

We have the 3 primary colours or “pure pigments” these cannot be created by mixing other colours.

They are separated by secondary colours created by mixing 2 primary colours on either side. Tertiary colours are created by mixing a primary with a secondary colour.

Colour Wheel

Did you know you could be wearing the wrong temperature?

Colours have different qualities such as depth, undertone (whether it has a blue or yellow base), clarity and density.

Tints, shades and hues are created by adding white, black or grey.

Line, scale, proportion, cut; sound familiar? All of these elements are essential in finding what is right for you.

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