Episode 14: Hair Colour for Summers

hair colours for Summers

In today’s show…

We follow the order of True, Light, and Soft Summer, divided into natural colour, chemical colour, colour to avoid, plus two real world examples.

  1. True Summer: natural (begins at 3.40 min), chemical (at 9.05), to avoid (14.25).
  2. Light Summer: natural (15.33), chemical, 17.23), to avoid (20.11).
  3. Soft Summer: natural (20.45), chemical (24.08), to avoid (30.10)
  4. Examples (31.13)

Duration total: 38.44 minutes

Find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube at Chrysalis Colour Analysis, or on LinkedIn on Christine’s page at Christine Scaman.

Show Notes:

The Seasons discussed in today’s show, in the order of natural colour, chemical colour, and colour to avoid, plus two examples.

  1. True Summer. 
  2. Light Summer.
  3. Soft Summer.
  4. Examples: Justin Trudeau, Erna Solberg. 

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

Photo Credit:  Alex Ware on Unsplash.

Courtenay St. John is here on Chrysalis under the Colour Analysts>Massachusetts tab, or her on her website at Studio St. John Colors

Christine’s Light Seasons and Blonde Highlights post is here at 12 BLUEPRINTS.

Jane Fonda on Pinterest. 

Ombre: https://www.latest-hairstyles.com/color/ombre/lovely-ideas.html

Balayage: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/hair/a29591985/what-is-balayage-hair/

Justin Trudeau in the Montreal Gazette

Erna Solberg in the government of Norway site. 

Ruby Slippers lipstick for Soft Summer is on the  Soft Summer product page, here at 12 BLUEPRINTS.


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