If you have made it this far into the blog, it means that you are more than moderately interested in Personal Colour Analysis, or PCA. Perhaps you've even read the article about What is Personal Colour Analysis
This short blog post is really just about finding out if PCA is worth your time or not:
Pros and cons of colour analysis
Is it worth it for you?
Do book a colour analysis if:
Don't bother with it if:
It's important to remember that the PCA consultant doesn't give you a season. You are a season. Colour analysis just helps you discover it.
And your colour tone is your own.
You interpret it, you own it, you grow with it.
There are many different types of colour analysis. Most contemporary colour analysis systems operate with four to 12 different "seasons" or "colour tones", divided into cool seasons, warm seasons, and neutral seasons.
The PCA system I work with is the Sci/Art 12 tone system, derived from the Munsell colour theory. That sounds terribly technical and boring, I know, but it really isn't.
If you checked more in the green section than the red section above, go ahead and read this article to find out what it really is, why we do it, and how we conduct a PCA session.