"The best color in the whole world is the one that looks good on you."

How many times have you gone through clothing racks or shopped online and thought, “oh, that’s such a beautiful color!” And immediately bought that color only to find it didn’t look that great on you? 

There’s a reason for this; it’s called 

Just like painting, makeup and fashion are art forms, and knowing which colors pair best with your physical features can really make your complexion and natural beauty come alive! 


a color theory


COLOR theory fashion

Seasonal Color Analysis (SCA) is based on the concept that harmonious colors enhance the individual's natural beauty.

While color has been studied for centuries, there are many colorists in the last 100 years who've studied the relationship between color and human beings.
The concept of seasonal color takes the coloring and undertones of your skin, eyes, and hair to determine your season. 

The seasonal aspect relates to placing all humans into one of four segments, named after the seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, or Winter.

Going a step further, each season is divided into three sub-seasons based on your hue (warm - cool - neutral undertone), value (the lightness or darkness of a color), and chroma (the saturation or brilliance of a color).

The results from your analysis will place you in one of the twelve seasons and formulates the best color palette for you based on those factors.

what is seasonal color analysis?


temperature of a color, such that warmer colors generally contain more yellow and cooler colors are bluer


position of a color on a light to dark scale - or how it might appear in black and white


how much gray is visible along with the pigment - high chroma colors contain very little or no visible gray, making them brighter/clearer

the theory behind our color analysis

what color season am I?

When studying your appearance you want to determine your dominant and secondary characteristic to see which of the 12 seasons you fall into.

Your coloring will sit on one of the extreme ends of hue, value, or chroma which becomes your dominant color aspect.

The traits we use inside our COLORCODE Consult are warm, cool, light, dark, soft or bright.

Your secondary aspect  will be a neutral/warm or neutral/cool hue, or a medium/soft or medium/bright chroma.

If you have difficulties or doubts while finding your season

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Finally, eliminate the time-sucking trial and error process of guessing which colors flatter your complexion and bring out your natural beauty.

We manually review your consult answers and assign you to one of the twelve seasons. Your COLORCODE® Profile Guide includes an extensive breakdown of your suggested wardrobe and makeup palette.

If you'd like the full 1:1 experience, place your one-time order for a personalized COLORCODE® Consult. We'll collect information about your unique features and preferences using our on-demand digital form.

Take advantage of the free COLORCODE® App. Use the Wardrobe Builder to learn how to build a capsule and wear your season colors. Shop your colors from all your favorite brands inside the Shopping Corner ...and so much more!

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Find out which colors look best with your skin tone, hair, and eye color in minutes with the Unlock My True Colors Quiz. Includes a time sensitive BONUS at the end!

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