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**New 2014 edition with expanded information on seasonal color theory.**
This Fan and Selector Thesis, by Bernice Kentner, is an in-depth
study of each color in the Seasonal Color Fan, how to use the
Color Fan and the color theory that is associated with color analysis.
This is a must read for those who want to know the details of the
color theory that is behind color analysis.
She covers topics like:
- Harmony Body Colors and how they were taught at
first without Seasons and how the Seasonal concept
solves color inconsistencies that developed in the older
approach to the body’s harmony colors.
- The Original Color Wheel and where Seasons
came from. Here she illustrates how original Seasonal
colors for fashion were devised and how there wasn’t
any considerations for one’s skin under-base color.
- Creating Season’s Color Wheels and Clearing Up
Any Confusion. You will have opened to you through
illustration and writing how the Seasonal Color Wheels
were developed and how they relate to CMAS’s Seasonal
Color Selectors and Color Fans. You will see how the
Winter, Summer, Spring, and Autumn colors were
developed. As a part of this section of the manual you
will be introduced to the concept of the Double Primary
or Enriched Color Wheel. Out of this type of color system
you will see how Spring and Autumn colors develop to
work better with the warmer under-based skin tones.
Most artists getting their college degrees will never be
exposed to these insights. If you will pay close attention
to fashion and interior decorating makeover shows on
television, you will often see that the so-called experts
know nothing about this subject.
- Working with Variations in each Seasonal Group.
- Body Design Effects on Color Analysis.
- Cosmetic Colors that work with Body Style.
This is one of those MUST HAVE items if you are serious
about being a Seasonal Color Consultant.