The ColorBreeze Complete
The Final Piece of the Color Analysis Puzzle
My journey through color analysis started with four seasons. As time went by, I studied many people and many systems. I would follow the expanded systems that I felt were logical and whose categories could be identified in people.
Because theory is great, but if you can't identify it in a person, it's useless.
Seeing different categories of coloring in people is great. But there must be a type of logic behind, too. (If there is a "Deep" cool season, there must be a "Deep" Warm Season. And there is. This kind of logic is what I need to see).
I followed the four seasons, then the 12 for a long time, then the 16. Then I created the ColorBreeze system, which had 22 seasons. Each system was built upon the logic of the previous system.
I want to introduce The ColorBreeze Complete System.
This system builds upon my previous system even further. Six additional seasons have been identified, and there is sound logic behind it. This color theory follows Albert Munsell's approach and color tree even more thoroughly.
In a nutshell:
As my original ColorBreeze identified a warmer and a cooler version of each soft season, I've since identified warmer and cooler versions of:
Both Light seasons: Light Summer and Light Spring Both Clear seasons: Clear Spring and Clear Winter Both Deep seasons: Deep Winter and Deep Autumn This brings the total seasons to 28! And it fills in much more of Munsell's color tree. But most importantly, it provides even more options for people to find their exact right season.
The new seasons are:
Icy Light Summer - All cool undertones; little-to-no visible warmth; does not flow into Spring.
Sunlit Light Spring - All warm undertones; little-to-no visible coolness; does not flow into Summer.
Sunlit Clear Spring - All warm undertones; little-to-no visible coolness; does not flow into Winter.
Cold Clear Winter - All cool undertones; little-to-no visible warmth; does not flow into Spring.
Hot Deep Autumn - All warm undertones; little-to-no visible coolness; does not flow into Winter.
Cold Deep Winter - All cool undertones; little-to-no visible warmth; does not flow into Autumn.
In the latest edition of my "Color Revival" book, I introduce the concept of the ColorBreeze Complete. I am also creating new mini-eBooks that give more information about each season.
Admittedly, there are going to be fewer people who fit into these new categories, but they exist, I promise! I've seen them. You will, too, once you start studying this field in-depth.
If you felt ok in one of the Light, Clear, or Deep seasons, but there was something just a little off, you might be one too!