HOW TO CHOOSE IT
Malo Style Guide:
discovering color analysis
The Fall-Winter collection, “Authentic Charme”,
is rich of intense and vibrant shades, but also of neutral and versatile tones.
Orienting oneself in a variegated world of colors is a challenging experience,
but sometimes a small guide can be the tool that transforms
a simple stroll into a journey full of emotions.
The first stage is represented by the colors that we choose to wear:
in order to know how to find it we can live the experience of a color analysis consultancy, the historical discipline used by the greatest Hollywood stars
in order to understand how to valorise themselves through the colors.
Color analysis divides people in 4 seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn. Each of us belongs to a season which owns a palette made of more enhancing colors. In order to find our season we need to understand the undertone temperature (a substance that lies under the skin which makes our colors warmer or cooler) and the level of intensity (the saturation of our shades, that can be high or low).
Here there are the characteristics of every season and the best colors
for each of them.
SUMMER: COOL AND SOFT COLORS
People who own a homogenous and delicate mix of skin, eyes and hair
will perfectly wear colors likewise cool and suffused.
Pastel and sorbet colors like candy pink, light blue and gray will enhance
like no one else people with diaphanous skin,
green, blue or hazel eyes and ash blonde hair.
AUTUMN: WARM AND SOFT COLORS
Canary yellow, beige, ivory, olive green, hazelnut…
The warmer and softer shades light up the look of people
with peachy or golden skin, medium-dark eyes
that go from hazel to green and hair that range
over golden blonde, brown and copper or mahogany red.
WINTER: COOL AND BRIGHT COLORS
The most saturated, cool and bright hues are the ones that mostly enhance
who owns colors that are naturally lunar, contrasted and vibrant.
It’s the case of people with very light skin, eyes that go from
emerald green to deep black and ash brown or black hair,
but also of people with an olive and intense incarnate.
Colors like navy blue, black, optical white and fuchsia will valorise this contrast.
SPRING: WARM AND BRIGHT COLORS
In order to emphasize naturally light, warm and bright colors
we need the tints that most of all recall the spring season:
sunflower yellow, grass green, turquoise…
They are the ones that will enhance people with a light but golden skin,
hair that goes from red to chocolate brown, passing through grain blonde and jewel eyes, light and extremely bright.
Because our own unicity lives
also inside our colors.