What's the difference? Which is the best? TONAL or SEASONAL COLOR ANALYSIS - there is NO difference they work in exactly the same way by analyzing the natural colors in your hair, eyes and skin tone.
You've probably seen and heard quite a lot about different sorts of Color Analysis and wondered whether your own coloring might be Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter.
Not quite so well known, particularly in the United States is the Tonal system which looks at your natural coloring and decides whether you might be Light, Deep, Bright, Muted, Cool or Warm.
Perhaps you are considering having your colors analyzed and wondering which you should choose. Or perhaps you've already had your colors done and wonder whether you've made the best choice.
There's no need to be confused because the two methods are not really different at all.
Even if someone wraps it up in a different format and starts talking about 12 'flow seasons', it's really all the same but far more confusing.
So if you have a personal color analysis with anyone, just ensure that you completely understand what you have been told and that you are happy with the outcome.
If someone is not explaining it properly to you then sadly you are wasting your money because you can't work with the information.
1. Try a FREE Color Analysis Quiz
3. Have an Online Color Analysis
When Color Analysis became fashionable way back in the 70's and 80's, it acquired a bad reputation because it was very dogmatic.
I like to sweep away the old fashioned attitudes and put back the fun, the flexibility and the common sense into what is a magical medium.
COLOR is here to be enjoyed not to get HUNG UP on. Even if you find your COLOR FAMILY, you probably won't look good in every shade of your swatch - it's all very individual as are we.
Color Analysis is a guide to help find the best look for you, IT IS NOT written in stone.
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