Fabulous Colour Analysis – colour analysis training with a small group – allows you to ‘see’ all the seasons and tones from the different combinations of hair, skin, and eye colours from all 7 of us in the room – just like in real life.
Blanchburga emailed, “I just finished the Color Analysis Genius videos. However, I’m still having a slightly difficult time looking at people and deciding if they are warm or cool (been trying on friends). Some people I can see it right away, but with others I’m not so sure. Feels like I’m missing something. Would this Fabulous Color Analysis help me out?”
How lovely of you to be so honest.
In return, I’ll be totally honest and admit that there will always be someone who I cannot fathom out straight away, and I’ve been doing this for 42 years!
It took me at least 5 years before I ‘got’ it!
You’re only just starting out, so give yourself a break!
Human beings are complicated and there will always be those who do not immediately strike you as Warm or Cool.
Personally, that’s why I’m still fascinated by colour after all these years. My boredom threshold is on the floor and it takes a lot to keep me interested, so I love the fact that I will go on learning for the rest of my days.
There were no formal training courses when I started out so the only way I could learn was by practising on anyone who would sit still long enough, and I still strongly recommend this approach to ALL consultants.
But I also understand that practising on real-life victims may be a step too far, especially if you’re charging them.
You’d rather have a bit more confidence first…
Colour analysis training with a small group
This is the main reason I decided to re-do the colour analysis training from Colour Analysis Training in a Box with a small group, so that we could all learn from seeing a number of different eye, hair, skin combinations in the room, just like in real life.
I had no idea that we would end up with so many delectable variants on the live Fabulous Colour Analysis training course:
- Katrina with conventional Scottish/Gaelic/Celtic colouring
- Lorna from London with Afro-Caribbean colouring
- Annette, Helen, and myself with a variety of English Caucasian colouring
- Zahide from Cyprus with Mediterranean colouring
- and how splendiferous that Dolores flew all the way from Mexico City so we could learn from her Hispanic colouring and her business acumen from running a salon
- Plus all 7 of us with different colour personality types to add into the mix. Heavenly!
Being able to see all 6 consultants having their colours done
especially by all the other consultants, would probably be worth you getting Fab Colour on its own.
We analyse Zahide and Annette in Part 2, Katrina in Part 3, Helen in Part 4, Dolores in Part 8 and in Part 6, you can watch:
- A colour consultation – Zahide, with Lorna and Helen as consultants
- A colour consultation – Katrina, with Annette and Dolores as consultants
- A colour consultation – Helen, with Lorna and Zahide as consultants
- A colour consultation – Lorna, with Annette and Dolores as consultants
Each of them used different ways of analysing.
For instance, “Lorna and Zahide have discussed Helen and rather than draping her, have done the analysis by talking it through and showing Helen the wallets to decide which colours to try draping.”
I’m sure you’ll learn loads from watching these.
And don’t forget I’m here to answer your questions with personal email support. Please don’t be afraid to use me. I love answering questions!
The second reason I created Fab Colour is that I learn far more in a group environment, and I know many consultants feel the same.
The ideas that get thrown around, the high-level discussions that spring up, potential new paths to investigate… all utterly priceless.
You only ever get that from a training course or mastermind!
Sorry to blether on so… but I had forgotten just how much there is in Fabulous Colour Analysis.
Thanks so much for asking the question, Blanchburga. I will create an article from this, as I’m sure others will benefit.
How are they different?
For a full comparison between Colour Analysis Training in a Box and the Fabulous Colour Analysis course, click here