Episode 11: Hair Colour Part 1

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In today’s show…

For Episodes 11 and 12 (Hair Colour Parts 1 and 2),  our thanks go out to guest contributor, Courtenay St. John of Studio St. John in Massachusetts.  In this Part 1 episode, we discuss what looks good when it comes to hair colour on any Season and how at-home hair colour might make it happen. The conversation is divided this way:

  1. 3 criteria for choosing hair colour(begins at 8,13)
  2. Common hair colour mistakes of the under and over 35’s (at 10.20)
  3. When PCA clients know hair colour needs a fix. (at 11.55)
  4. Who would colour their hair at home? (at 13.00)
  5. Who wouldn’t colour their hair at home? (at 14.47)
  6. What is rarely flattering on any age or Season? (at 18.35)

Duration total: 32.11 minutes

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Photo: Honey Yanibel Minaya Cruz on Unsplash

Show Notes:

The Questions discussed in today’s show:

  1. 3 criteria for choosing hair colour.
  2. Common hair colour mistakes of the under and over 35’s
  3. When PCA clients know hair colour needs a fix.
  4. Who would colour their hair at home?
  5. Who wouldn’t colour their hair at home?
  6. What is rarely flattering on any age or Season?

Courtenay St. John of Studio St. John is here on Chrysalis Colour.

Courtenay posts on Chrysalis, about hair colour without the salon, Light Summer, and Dark Winter (and Dark Autumn).

12 BLUEPRINTS Pinterest boards for the 12 Seasons.

Find a colour analyst near you by choosing Colour Analysts in the menu bar at the top of the page.

The Season Cycle:

Season Circle c-w-n-min

Your Podcast Hosts:

Christine Scaman is located in Prince Edward Island, Canada. In addition to in-person Colour Analysis, Christine blogs about Colour and 12 Seasons. Christine is an instructor for the Colour Analyst training program.
Christine Scaman
Jorunn Hernes is located in Norway, where she offers in-person 12-Season Colour Analysis. Jorunn blogs in English and Norwegian about colour and style, with particular focus on minimalism and practicality.
Jorunn Hernes

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