When choosing new garments for your wardrobe, redecorating your home or office or even deciding the best color for your new laptop cover, you may wonder, “What are the colors that will offer me a quality of feeling and improve my life?”

Wearing, utilizing and surrounding yourself with your confident colors can enhance your appearance, enable you to think more clearly, produce feelings of well-being, motivate you to act your best, assist you in absorbing new concepts more readily and distinctly and aid you in healing.

C Color offers a nuanced, individualized approach to distinguishing your genetically preferred colors. With C Color, you will be able to ascertain and choose the optimal colors that can advance self assuredness, increase happiness and foster welfare; all agreeable factors in your life. 

C Color has classified hundreds of thousands of colors into four distinct C Color Spectrums.

Below are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear blue, navy and ivory colors.

Please note that clothing and accessory colors are for reference only and do not represent the models’ C Color Spectrums.

UTILIZE THE C COLOR APP TO CONFIRM YOUR C COLOR SPECTRUM COLOR

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

  • C Color Spectrum 1 Blues are Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Navy is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Blue and Ivory are Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Navy is Warm/Red Based, Less Saturated, Rubbed with Earth

The key is the base of the predominant color of one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red.

Conversely, wearing, utilizing and surrounding yourself with the wrong colors can produce a negative impact in reference, to appearance, thoughts, feelings, actions, learning and healing.

Color psychology traditionally connects certain colors to specific feelings or reactions. For example, you may have learned that purple is a “power color,” or that wearing red to a job interview can single you out, albeit, the predominant base of those colors is the conclusive factor, regarding whether the colors are favorable for you. All individuals do not benefit from the same shade of purple and red and that is true for all of the 16.7 million identified colors in the world.

“If one says Red and there are 50 people listening, it can be expected that there will be 50 reds in their minds. And one can be sure that all these reds will be very different. There are innumerable colors, but only about 30 names for them. And even if you could describe all of those colors, wouldn’t your sense of them still differ from someone else’s?”…Excerpt from Artist and Yale Professor, Josef Albert, “The Interaction Of Color” 1963

This article explores the connection between color and confidence and supports you in uncovering the unparalleled colors for living a most purposeful life at home, in business and beyond.

The Psychology Behind Confident Colors

Psychologists have long studied the connection between color, state of mind and cognitive abilities.

One example from traditional color psychology, is that glancing at the color red briefly, prior to an important test will negatively affect test scores. The Journal of Experimental Psychology researchers concluded that red can trigger anxiety because it is commonly associated with emergencies and stop signs.

Most studies ignore the fact that millions of variations of reds exist and that each hue can have different and specific affects on individuals. Another example, is that traditional color psychology reveals conflicting information on the primary colors in relation to confidence.

  • Blue: Traditional theories suggest that blue is associated with calmness and sadness, two very different emotional states.
  • Yellow: Studies interpret yellow as an energizing and rejuvenating color, yet it is also thought to induce anxiety.
  • Red: Color psychologists associate red with passion and love, however, also with courage and rage. For example, one red hue can increase heat and lead to unexplained bursts of anxiety or anger in some, but, for others, that same hue can promote courage.

The inconsistency in relation to the blue, yellow and red studies mentioned above is due to the fact, that the predominant primary color base of the hue was not taken into consideration.

A blue hue with a Cool Blue Ash Base could elicit feelings of sadness in a C Color Spectrum 3 individual. Alternatively, a Warm Yellow Based blue could elicit feeling of calmness in the C Color Spectrum 3 individual.

Similarly, a Cool Blue Based yellow can be an energizing and rejuvenating hue for C Color Spectrum 2 individuals and create anxiety in a C Color Spectrum 4 individual.

A Warm Red Earth Based red hue could increased heat in a C Color Spectrum 1 individual and lead to unexplained bursts of anxiety or anger. On the other hand, the Warm Red Earth Based red hue could promote courage in a C Color Spectrum 4 individual.

Accordingly, a Cool Blue Ash Based red hue could promote courage in a C Color Spectrum 1 individual and increase heat and negative emotions in a C Color Spectrum 4 individual.

The key to all colors is the predominant base of one of the primary colors of either blue, yellow or red.

Relying on conventional color psychology or color theories to verify your confident colors can lead to contradictory or ineffective results. The studies assume that most individuals will feel or react the same way to the same colors, along with the fact, that the theories rely on external features to verify an individual’s colors. Traditional color psychology and the features protocol color theory also ignore the millions of color variations that exist and do not account for the inherent color inclinations of each individual.

How To Identify Your Confident Colors

Choosing the optimal colors for your clothing, home, office, automobile; interiors/exteriors and all else in your world can be a critical component of your overall success in life.

How can you accurately and effortlessly discover your consummate colors?

C Color is the only DNA implied color Methodology that can define and confirm the colors that can provide certitude. You are born with intrinsic predispositions toward colors, consequently, you embody the virtue of color intelligence. 

C Color is the first and only company to quantify intuitive color preferences. Quantifying intuitive partialities is the specialty of C Color and that Ideology and the C Color Methodology will sustain you in living life in your matchless color environment.

C Color has classified hundreds of thousands of the 16.7 million colors in the world into four distinct C Color Spectrums categories. All of the colors within a C Color Spectrum share a predominant foundation color, consisting of one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red. You only belong to one C Color Spectrum.

C Color Spectrum 1 consists of Cool Blue Ash Based Colors, C Color Spectrum 2 consists of Cool Blue Based Colors, C Color Spectrum 3 consists of Warm Yellow Based Colors and C Color Spectrum 4 consist of Warm Red Earth Based Colors.

Below are some additional examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear blue colors.

Please note that clothing and accessory colors are for reference only and do not represent the models’ C Color Spectrums.

UTILIZE THE C COLOR APP TO CONFIRM YOUR C COLOR SPECTRUM COLOR

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

  • C Color Spectrum 1 Blue is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Blue is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Blue is Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Blue is Warm/Red Based, Less Saturated, Rubbed with Earth

The key is the base of the predominant color of one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red.

The proprietary C Color Quiz is the beginning of determining your C Color Spectrum and your education, regarding, the colors that can escalate your self possession.

The objective of the C Color Quiz is to select the color quadrant that immediately catches your eye. In doing so you are following your immanent color proclivities. Thinking about your color choices will skew your results, as the accurate results emanate from intuitive selections, not thought choices.

Due to this reason, receiving a Personal C Color Analysis differs from all others on the market. 

Once your C Color Spectrum is established, employ the C Color App to impart whether or not the items in your world are within your C Color Spectrum.

  • All colors contain numerous colors, therefore, is it imperative while shopping in stores or online to photograph the item that you are considering at a distance and to color correct the photograph with the Lighting and Filters features.
  • The photographed color must match the color of the actual item that the eyes see.
  • Once the above two steps are completed, choose a zoomed in section of the pure color, even if blurred to match and the C Color App will reveal whether or not the color is within your C Color Spectrum.
  • Apply the built-in capability of the Smartphone to lighten or darken the photograph, if necessary.
  • Avoid bright areas and shadowed areas, as those conditions can affect the color match.

The C Color App is accurate, meets your color needs, answers your color questions, assists you in color decision making and saves you thousands of dollars by eliminating misguided color choices; all resulting in confidence by means of color.

Color Confidence is at your fingertips, on your mobile device, with the C Color App.

Your 21st Century Palette and Color Consultant has arrived.

Unearth Your Confident Colors By Taking The C Color Quiz And Downloading The C Color App