We all have moments in which we feel less confident, or we don’t feel we look our best. What if I told you about a way we learned to help gain more confidence? We recently had our color analysis done at Blend & Bright in Ankeny and it was very helpful.
“What is a color analysis?” – is what you’re probably wondering. Color analysis is a term often used within the cosmetics and fashion industry to describe a method of determining the colors of clothing and make-up that harmonize with a person’s skin complexion, eye color, and hair color with the benefit of being able to use this tool for wardrobe planning and style consulting.
After you get your color analysis, you’ll see a difference instantly. The moment when a color lights up your face, makes your skin glow and your eyes brighten. A color analysis is the start of a deep, natural confidence that stays with you forever. Knowing the color tones for your hair is information included in your analysis, as well as a make-up application including lipsticks that will look amazing on you and a guide to finding your best colors in your favorite clothing stores.
After we got our colors done, we felt more confident about getting ready for the day! Have you thought about having a Personal Color Analysis in the past? We are so happy that we finally did it! The way Blend & Bright educates about color and how to wear it is transformative and really gives you color confidence! You walk away knowing how to put colors together and how to harmonize your entire look based on your season. The consultation is so helpful in defining your style.
Color analysis can also be used for interior design. Choosing a color pallet early on is crucial for designing your home. This will help you decide on the overall style and feeling you want in your home and help you narrow down what you are looking for. If you want two areas to feel like separate spaces, you can choose different accent colors to create a different overall feeling. You could have an overall color pallet for your home or a different color pallet for each floor or each room. It is completely up to you and what you want for your home.
Once you decide on the prominent colors, you can specifically look for furniture and accessory in those colors. If you want a color to be the focal point of a room, you can choose it for the bigger pieces like wall color, couches, and rugs. If you want a more subtle look, you can choose a neutral color for the bigger furniture pieces and add the vibrant color through accents like a lamp, vase, or artwork. Color is a major part of personal style, and you want your home to reflect yours!
We hope this blog has inspired you to get your color analysis done in 2022 and become your most confident self in your wardrobe and home! If you want to learn more about color in your home, check out our blog https://elizabetherindesigns.com/make-sure-your-2021-starts-off-on-the-bright-foot-with-jewel-tone-colors/. If you have a topic you would like us to cover in a future blog, please reach out to us via email email@example.com and let us know what it is! Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with all the latest tips. Have a beautiful week and remember to never stop striving to achieve your vision!