It is a process of comparing various colors (drapes) on you to determine your personal color tone. The system is based in the science of color and human vision. The 12-tone system built upon the traditional 4-seasonal approach of the 1980’s to include the other two-thirds of the population who are more neutral in skin tone, neither totally warm, nor totally cool.

The 12 seasonal tones were created from Albert Munsell’s 3-Dimensional system that classifies colors by Hue, Value, and Chroma – the 3 components of how we perceive color.

Once you know your seasonal tone, you will know what colors to wear to look your best and enhance your natural design.

Today, more than ever, the importance of knowing and wearing your best colors isn’t just to look and feel your best, but to also shop wisely and make every penny count. No more clothing or cosmetic mistakes lurking in your closet and makeup drawer.

For women who are minimalists, what if I told you that you only need 2 eye shadows, 2-3 blushes, and 2-3 lipsticks to go with all the colors in your palette? It’s true. And you would be saving not only money, but also time shopping and premium storage space in the house and your purse. For those of you who think the more cosmetic choices the better – great! There are many options for you, too!

For the men reading this page, your benefits are just as important. If you wear suits for business, you know how much a good suit costs; so why not make sure they are in colors that enhance your presence and portray confidence, along with looking handsome. If suits aren’t your thing, you will look great everyday no matter what the situation:  business, social, or just relaxing at home.