Frequently asked questions

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If I had my colors done years ago do I need this?
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Yes, yes! We recommend you do your colors every few years. With age your skin tone can develop age spots, wrinkles and dark circles under your eyes. The wrong colors will cast shadows on your face exaggerating your wrinkles and age spots. Wearing the right colors will help your skin appear to have better elasticity, and bring out your healthy undertone. We cannot emphasize it enough. It is so very important as you age to wear colors that enhance your best features.

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I use to color my hair but have let it go grey/silver....is it necessary to do Color.Me.True Again?
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Yes,  whenever your hair color changes your palette will change.

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I now have colored contacts, should I do Color.Me.True again?
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Most definitely!  Depending on how drastic your eye color change is you will likely get a different variety of colors.

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I am very tan right now will this affect my result?
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It could,  Your colors may come back stronger then they would when you are not tan.  For example, let's say you are a warm, you may have some stronger colors in your palette as your skin would fall into a darker category.  This is just fine.  Come winter you can redo your palette.  You will likely get some lighter shades.  You can keep using your current palette as long as the colors of clothes you wear (lighter or darker) blend with your palette . . . you will still look beautiful.

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I have colored my hair, now what?
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Do Color.Me.True again.  We are flexible to change.....just like your hair color.  You will likely get new colors in your palette.

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I am not sure I did my colors right....HELP!
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No worries!  Now that your eye and mind are educated on how to recognize undertones, think about what colors are doing to your skin, hair, and eyes as you wear them.   You can retest your colors with the Color.Me.True app as many times as you feel you need. Wait a day or two or even a couple of weeks and do the application again, so that you are looking at it with fresh eyes. 

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Some of my clothes are not in my colors; what do I do to make them work?
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You have several options in making clothes that are not your best color work for you.

Scarves are a great option.  By bringing your colors up next to your face you can make things not in your color look great.

Here Sophia is wearing a black coat which is a harsh color for her peach skin, blue eyes, and golden hair.  When Sophia wears a cream hat and a flax scarf up next to her face, the black coat falls to the background, and her eyes, hair, and skin, look radiant.

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Should I wear black?
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Many women love black, but it is not always a complimentary color. Black is not this woman's  best color.  The effect of black is softened as she has done her make-up in warm tones and  paired the dress with cream pearls.