Colour Analysis
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3 common mistakes

5 Lessons None

About this course

So, to wrap this up:

Always keep your colour fan in your handbag.

Make sure to compare different items side by side until you are sure which contender is the best match for your colour tone.

Remember that in real life, "close enough is good enough" most of the time, and harmonizing is better than looking for the exact match.

Keep these three things in mind, and you are probably doing a much better job at using the power of your colour tone than most others who have had a personal colour analysis.

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Course Structure

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Introduction

Find out what mistakes most people are making when shopping for their colour tone, and how to avoid them.

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Mistake #1

Hunting for the exact match

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Mistake #2

Not comparing items...

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Mistake #3

The biggest mistake of them all. Can you guess what it is?

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Course Summary

A summary of what we have covered in these short lessons

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