When looking in the mirror, your eyes are drawn towards your face, therefore, you might ask: “What color should I wear for my complexion?”

The theory that has been advanced over the years is that the color of your skin dictates the colors that are appropriate for you to wear and to surround yourself with throughout your lifetime. This misconception has created confusion and cast doubts over whether color analysis is an accurate protocol.

C Color counsels that your complexion or any external feature, for that matter, is not a precursor to ascertaining the colors that can enable you to look your best. Rather, these determinants reside within your DNA.

The Myth Regarding Complexion As A Factor In Color Consulting

The majority of color theories and consultants purport that external features such as hair colors, eye colors and complexion colors determine the category of colors that appear the best on you.

The challenge with the “external features” color theory is that it does not follow a linear or logical sequence, thereupon, making the system difficult to make sense of or follow. 

There are a multitude of colors that embody your hair color, eye color and complexion color. Your complexion is not necessarily one specific color, such as red, pink, yellow, green or another undertone. Your skin, the largest organ of your body, is created with a myriad of colors. Appropriately, your hair consists of a variety of colors and your eyes do, as well.

Correspondingly, it is impossible to verify the exemplary colors that a person should wear and surround themselves with, stemming from their external features.

Rethink The Colors That Enhance Your Appearance: Introducing The C Color Theory

The C Color Ideology was founded on the belief that there is a color gene within your DNA. Consequently, the Methodology focuses on the internal, rather than the external. C Color does not take external features, such as hair colors, eye colors or skin colors into consideration, as they do not facilitate in determining your immanent color inclinations.

 

C Color theory differs from all other color theories and color companies, as C Color is the first and only company to quantify intuitive color proclivities. The revolutionary Ideology is linear, can be logically followed, takes into account the 16.7 million hex codes or known identified colors in the world and offers a Methodology that is quick, simple and effective. 

Quantifying intuitive color preferences is the specialty of C Color and that Ideology and Methodology makes sense, will support you in living life in your unparalleled color environment and can enable you to look, think, feel, act, learn and heal your best.

Your C Color Spectrum is deduced by tapping into your intrinsic predispositions. A C Color Spectrum is a collection of hundreds of thousands of hues that beautifies the appearance of those individuals that are within that C Color Spectrum.

C Color has classified the populous colors in the world into four C Color Spectrums. These colors are categorized by the predominant base of the color, that is one of the primary colors of either blue, yellow or red.

When you choose and wear the colors from your C Color Spectrum, you are following an instinctive trait and that develops into a glowing and flawless complexion and elevated persona that people find attractive.

While C Color was established from scientific thought, the consequence of our color expertise is ultimately an outwardly expression of what is inside of all of us.

Below are examples of cosmetic colors for each of the four C Color Spectrums.

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 Lavender is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Burgundy is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Raspberry is Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Nude 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.

People often confuse the temperatures of colors. Makeup artists, stylists, designers and most other industry professionals, categorize blues, purples and greens, as cool colors and reds, oranges and yellows, as warm colors and that is incorrect, as all colors can be cool or warm.

Your Optimal Complexion Colors

Have you ever seen a person who you cannot stop yourself from staring at and you are unsure, as to why that is the case?

Chances are that person is clad in their inherent, gene/DNA colors.

Below is an example of a model in both C Color Spectrum 1, that has a predominant Cool Blue Ash Base and appears rubbed with ash and C Color Spectrum 3, that has a predominant Warm Yellow Base.

Distinctly, when the model is clad in C Color Spectrum 3 colors, she has a flawless and glowing complexion, as the model, in reality, is within the C Color Spectrum 3 category.

The After Photograph Displays Yellow Based Hair, Makeup and Dress; Resulting In C Color Spectrum 3

On the other hand, if the colors are not in the person’s C Color Spectrum, then the colors will wear them. In other words, you will notice the colors, not the person, as the colors will drain the life from their skin.

Think about people who appear tired, washed out or simply stated, rather invisible. You can be assured that those individuals are not clad in their DNA sanctioned colors.

For example, a beautiful young woman from Madrid who happens to be a C Color Spectrum 3, told the C Color Founder that she thought that if she wore all black, people would be more inclined to notice her face.

That belief would have been true if this young woman was categorized in another C Color Spectrum, however, that was not the case.

In fact, it is the exact opposite, unless the color black was created with a warm predominantly yellow base, as that is the base of C Color Spectrum 3 and appeared to be more of a “gunmetal” hue. Otherwise, the black color would drain the life from her skin and she would appear invisible. Hence, the reverse of being noticed.

People with similarly colored complexions can appear drastically different in certain hues, as complexion is not a part of authenticating the superlative colors for an individual.

The fitting hair colors and cosmetic colors are of the utmost importance, as these colors are either on or near the face. Accessory colors are also significant, as earrings, necklaces and scarves are worn near the face.

That being said, individuals can wear cosmetic colors or don accessories that transcend boundaries, such as the latest colors of the season or current trends, as colors that are aligned with your C Color Spectrum, will guarantee a radiant appearance.

Below are examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear pink, raspberry and clay colors.

Please note that cosmetic 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 Pink is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Raspberry is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Pink is Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Clay 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.

In General, The Color Pink Does Not Appeal To Individuals Within C Color Spectrum 4, Thereupon The Color Of Clay Is Displayed

Take The C Color Quiz To Determine Your C Color Spectrum

To establish your natural desire for color and your C Color Spectrum, simply take the five-minute C Color Quiz. 

The C Color Quiz is quick, effective and attests to which one of the four C Color Spectrums that you belong. With the C Color Quiz, you are guided through a series of nine panels, each displaying four quadrants of colors. The objective is to select the color quadrant that immediately catches your eye, thereby ensuring that you are following your intuition when choosing your color selections, not your thought choices, as the latter will skew the aftereffect.

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

Thereupon, the C Color App benefits you by verifying your consummate colors.

  • All colors contain numerous colors, accordingly it is essential 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.
  • The built-in capability of the Smartphone to lighten or darken the photograph can be used, if necessary.
  • Avoid bright areas and shadowed areas, as those conditions can affect the color match.

The C Color App, as the 21st Century Palette and Color Consultant, is at your fingertips and directs you in choosing the incomparable color choices, predicated upon your latent DNA predispositions.

Discover Thousands Of Colors That Will Adorn Your Complexion

The favorable news is that there are 16.7 million known colors in the world and you have access to hundreds of thousands of those colors with the C Color App. In actuality, C Color has catalogued millions of colors.

The optimal colors not only enhance your complexion and appearance, but, can enable you to think more clearly, can produce feelings of well-being, can motivate you to act your best, can assist you in absorbing new concepts more readily and distinctly and can aid you in healing.

Uncover The “Key To Success” With Color By Utilizing The C Color App

The “Key To Success” is to be aware that the predominant base of the color matters, although, in most cases, the predominant base of the color is indiscernible to the eye.

The beauty of the C Color App is that the C Color Methodology has been designed to identify the predominant base of colors for you.

Below are examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear pink, burgundy, ivory and grape 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 Pink is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Burgundy is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Ivory is Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Grape 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 C Color App, as the expert Eye, 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.