It is a scientific method developed by color consultants worldwide to be used in cosmetics and fashion to discover the complementary colors for your skin undertone, complexion, eye color, and hair colors. The harmonious colors often bring out and maximizes the natural glow, making you look healthier and fresh. Read more about color analysis here.
Personal color analysis is a method to find out the best colors for beauty and fashion, based on your skin undertone and your complexions. This tool provides an interesting ways to discover colors that would enhance our glow, and natural beauty applied in beauty and fashion. We want to help the world see colors differently, while we recognize, value, respect, and celebrate our differences, and we believe these tools will help us do so. Read more about personal color analysis here
Seasonal color analysis is one of the many personal color analysis models developed by color and fashion consultants, analyzing and identifying your skin undertones and complexions into one of the four seasons. It is a great tool to help guide you through the complex color theory, to identify the color palette that would best complement your complexions and features. We believe it would be nearly impossible to categorize our uniqueness into 12 neat little boxes. Instead of using these 12 categories as another box or labels to define people, we rather suggest using it as a tool to give us a general guideline to better explore and express ourselves applied in beauty and fashion. We hope you’ll enjoy color experimenting using this tool. You can also learn more about personal color analysis here.
Skin undertone is very different from skin tone. Skin tone is literally the tone of your skin or what you first see as your skin color to be when you see yourself in the mirror. Skin undertone is the underlying color that sits as a base of your skin color. While skin tone comes in various shades and tones, skin undertone universally comes in 2 to 3 tones, cool, warm, or neutral, regardless of your skin tone. Skin undertone can be identified by the color of your vein under your wrist, silver and gold jewelry test. Read more about skin undertones here.
Absolutely not! Please continue wearing colors that you like or love! We don’t ever intend to discourage you from wearing any colors you like. These tools and guides are only used to help you guide and give you the direction when picking and choosing the colors that complement you, or experimenting with different colors on you. The color analysis is not absolute beauty or fashion rules, the color analysis is only a tool. So have fun at it, and remember, you be you, and you do you, because that’s where the real beauty lies!
Our original color analysis quiz is entirely based on the self-assessment of your skin undertone and your overall colorations, and asks zero explicit questions regarding the colors of your skin, eyes, or hair, and it is designed not to categorize anybody based on the color of skin, ethnicity, or gender, nor it has the intention to categorize people in any way based on the color of the skin. We do, however, ask you about your skin color, skin type, eye color, hair color, and hair type to build your beauty profile, which is completely separate from your color analysis test. These information will not be shared publicly, or be used as our peer-to-peer beauty matching criteria. Our color analysis test asks you instead about your skin undertone, which universally comes in 2 to 3 tones regardless of the color of your skin. So the quiz result will not differ based on the colors of your skin, but rather your skin undertones. Read more about skin undertones here.
Our original color analysis quiz is entirely based on self-assessment, and because of the nature of the self-assessment quiz, the result may vary. If you’re not sure about your test results, we recommend taking it a multiple times on different days to see if you get any consistent results come up. If you are not sure what the right answer is for some of the questions, try asking your friends, family, or third persons opinions. Also, when looking at the colors against your skin, try seeing it in a broad day light or in balanced, neutral light. Most importantly, remember there’s no right or wrong answers to any of these questions, so have fun with it!
Weekly Spotlight is a featured product for our community to review. It’s a place where we can exchange new products reviews and information every week, so we can discover something new in the world of beauty.
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Sample of the month features beauty products that are new in the market to be tried or sampled by our users for free. We are like a dating app with beauty products after all, and we want to ensure your “dating” experiences will be helpful and meaningful! This means, we want to make sure your interactions with any of the products featured are meaningful, so the samples are given out to the users with high profile match % based on our unique matching system. We also make sure there’s absolutely no string attached, meaning that these samples will be delivered to you for absolutely free, without charging you any shipping cost. To request a sample of the products being featured, simply click on Request Sample button to show you’re interested. Even if you didn’t get the sample, just stay tuned for more and you may come across with your product match next time!
When your beauty profile and the featured product get matched, you will receive email notice from us about the sample delivery. Sample will then be shipped to the address you provide us after the sample campaign ends
We ask you to fill out a beauty profile to understand your needs and preferences better. This helps us to give you a notice when there are any new sample products you’ll likely to be interested in sampling and receiving, as well as other new updates that match your profile and preferences. Either way, beauty profile allows us to know what you like, so we can be more helpful to you.
Match level shows you how close or similar you are with other users with your beauty traits. It gives you some context and reference to know whose reviews, posts, and tips or hacks, is more relevant for you and your needs. You can find the match level next to the users profile avatars, and you can see which criteria are the same as yours by opening a tooltip by hovering over the match level.
The number next to your name is called Doodle Points, and it indicates the amount of your overall helpfulness and contribution you made to the community. The points are given when you contribute to the community or helped other users by sharing your tips, looks, comments, and reviews. When you get up voted on your posts or comments, for example, it can increase your points.
Doodle points indicate how much contribution user has made towards helping out the community. This means when your posts or comments were helpful to many people, you’ll gain doodle points, or you can refer this point to see how that person has been engaging with the community. The best way to gain point is to submit posts that other users find helpful, interesting or valuable. Making on-topic, relevant, interesting, fun, or engaging posts on looks, tips, reviews, or comments would be a great way to gain doodle points.