DEFINING C COLOR
C Color Spectrum 1 colors are created with a Cool Blue Ash Base and are Cool hues. The intensity or shade of the colors are of no concern, only the fact, that the base of the colors is Cool Blue Ash.
Every individual can wear virtually every color. It is the base of the color that determines if a particular hue is in C Color Spectrum 1. However, there are a few colors that are inherently unappealing to those within the C Color Spectrum 1 category.
“Every individual can wear virtually every color. It is the base of the color that determines if a particular hue is in your C Color Spectrum. However, there are a few colors that are inherently unappealing to those within the C Color Spectrum 1 category.”
The colors brown and orange are challenging for C Color Spectrum 1 individuals, as most browns and oranges are created with warm bases. There are taupe colors that have a Cool Blue Ash Base and that is the closest to a brown color that C Color Spectrum 1 individuals prefer and wear. The C Color App will assist in identifying the optimal hues.
As you embark on your C Color journey, there are a few factors to keep in mind. C Color Spectrum 1 individuals can confuse their colors with the colors of C Color Spectrum 2 and C Color Spectrum 4.
NOTE THE VISUAL DEPICTIONS:
C Color Spectrum 1 and C Color Spectrum 2 are created with cool blue bases; however, C Color Spectrum 1 is created with a Cool Blue Ash Base and C Color Spectrum 2 is created with a Cool Blue Base.
Although, C Color Spectrum 1 and C Color Spectrum 4 are created with different bases and temperatures, both C Color Spectrums appear rubbed with a substance; C Color Spectrum 1: Ash, C Color Spectrum 4: Earth.
C Color Spectrum 1 and C Color Spectrum 3 are rarely confused, as the bases are different, as well, as the cool and warm components.
The colors that comprise C Color Spectrum 1 will add a glow and flawless aspect to your complexion. If the base of the color is incorrect, then the color will either wear you, that means that others notice the color, not you or the color will drain the life from your skin.
The optimal colors are crucial from the chest area upward. Thus, all colors can be worn from the chest area downward, however, individuals innately choose the colors within their C Color Spectrums, as we all embody a color gene, that is a part of our DNA.
This ideology applies to all genders. If you wear makeup, your colors can be worn with or without the enhancement of the face paint.
Hair color becomes relevant if the color of your hair, is not within C Color Spectrum 1. In other words, not Cool Blue Ash Based.
C Color Spectrum 1 individuals utilize Cool Blue Ash Based hair colors. Traditionally, these colors include, white ash shades, taupe ash shades, burgundy ash shades, espresso ash shades and black ash shades.
It is equally as important to live in your color environment, as it is to wear the colors from C Color Spectrum 1. Housing, office, automobile; interiors/exteriors, lighting, educational materials etc., all can have a positive effect on your well-being.
Immerse yourself with the colors from C Color Spectrum 1, as your color preferences are innate and originate from a color gene that is a part of your DNA.
Following the above can enable you to look, think, feel, act, learn and heal your best.
START LIVING YOUR BEST COLOR LIFE WITH THE C COLOR APP
Since there are 16.7 million colors in the world, it is nearly impossible to discern the C Color Spectrum 1 hues. That is why C Color founder, Lynette M. Carlucci-Hayde created the C Color App. The C Color App is your personal C Color Consultant and will assist you in identifying the colors that can allow you to look, think, feel, act, learn and heal your best.
Simply snap a photo of the items that you wear, wish to purchase and surround yourself with and the C Color App will confirm or deny if the colors are in C Color Spectrum 1.
The C Color App as the expert Eye is accurate, meets your needs, answers your questions, assists you in decision making and saves you thousands of dollars, by eliminating misguided color choices.