Welcome to Luminosity. Bring your radiance to light through the 12 Tones Personal Color Analysis process.
Personal Color Analysis is a system that helps the client select colors for use in all areas of life by pinpointing the colors found in the individual skin tone. Echoing the skin coloration creates impact and harmony from top to bottom. Wearing one’s best colors accentuates the beauty that exists naturally. Shadows disappear; eyes brighten, skin calms, and a glow emerges from within.
A person’s perfect color family is created from a mix of color qualities such as warm or cool, bright or muted, light or dark. These combinations fall into twelve distinct groups called Seasons. Every person belongs to a given Season and looks best when wearing that seasonal palette.
-E. G. Evans
I was AMAZED while seated in front of the mirror as Mary Steele draped me with the entire spectrum of color. The draping process is where the magic happens -- and, yes, you have to go through moments that make you look like the underside of a dead fish in order to arrive at the swaths of color that make you look ALIVE!
- K. Jones
For me, it’s about self-confidence, and saving money by not making mistakes. Also, everything in my closet now magically harmonizes with everything else. It’s as though I’ve doubled my number of clothes.
There have only been a few instances I can remember when someone has told me, “Hey, that color looks really good on you!” I never really thought twice about it but then I had my color analyzed by Mary Steele. Wow! Thinking back, the colors that people had been complimenting me on were on the Bright Spring palette!
- H. Holmes
When I arrived at work wearing my colors, one of my employees said, 'Who’s been dressing you?!
I’m a landscape painter and have sold and exhibited beautiful paintings for many years. I have been aware of the importance of color all my life. It was only natural that this color awareness would extend to my own clothing and accessories.
My mother and I had our color charts done in the 1980’s. This was the beginning of my love for color analysis. We were amazed at how sensible it was to choose clothing to coordinate with our coloring. So, with charts in hand, we hit the stores, carefully ignoring anything not in line with our charts, and turning away from those tempting items on sale racks. Shopping became a lot easier, and we also avoided costly mistakes.