Creating a 12 Season Color Analysis is admitting that 4 Seasons don't give a result for everyone.
Very true, it doesn't!
The Seasons are very precise and each is made up of 3 different and specific color characteristics.
If you don't fit into those specifics then you're not a True Season.
But that's not a worry because there are 6 Tonal Color Families which may just be perfect for YOU!
Both Seasonal and Tonal Color Analysis use the same color characteristics and perfectly complement each other.
So there is no need to accept second best if you don't feel a 'fit' with colors - you just haven't quite found your place.
It is your individual natural coloring which will determine the method that best suits.
There are 6 Tonal Color Families - each has 1 strong primary characteristic - Light, Deep, Warm, Cool, Bright and Muted/Soft.
We also have 4 Seasons (which I call 'complex' color families) which are a mix of 3 specific Tonal Color Families.
Each Color Family has a wide and glorious color palette allowing plenty of choice for mood and occasion to dictate your selection.
However, many people have adopted a method whereby each of the 4 Seasons has been broken down into the 3 individual elements making a 12 Season Color Analysis. Very strange and very confusing!
And yet each Season needs all 3 color characteristics to make it a TRUE SEASON.
If you have been determined with a 12 Season Color Analysis, not only is it possible that your colors are 'diluted' but if you're not a True Season you're probably not a Season at all.
You may well lean more towards one of the Tonal Color Families and could well be missing out on lots of additional colors that you could be wearing and enjoying.