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Discover Your Color Personality

Intuitively we know which colors we feel happiest wearing, we are drawn to those that make us feel and look our best. It appears that worldwide we predominantly fit into four different personality categories, based on where we live and our natural hair, skin and eye color tones. With this simple guide you can decide for yourself where you fit into the color wheel of the year!

The categories are divided into four archetypes each one representing the four seasons. Each archetype is reflected not only in the colour of each season but also how the vibrations of those colours affect the moods and nature of these people, even down to their interests and occupations. You may find yourself sharing aspects from more than one of the areas depending on your background and heritage. If you imagine the child resulting from a union between a cool icy blonde Norwegian mother and the rich warm tones of a Jamaican father you can see that there would be mix in colour tones.

This wheel is a reflection of the natural world, as each archetype is affected by the colours of that country, the seasons, and even the change of light and colours throughout the different times of the day. As Autumn draws near in many parts of our world, and our environment turns into a quilt of warm gold’s, red, orange, and russet browns, we know that the year is drawing in and prepare to close down, harvest and store for the hard winter to follow. This feels perfectly normal to us but it wouldn’t if these feelings arose in the middle of Spring, when the earth is coming back to life and we are surrounded by cool bright dazzling shades of the spring flowers the bright green of new shoots and buds. This yearly cycle is recognisable everywhere in different ways, even countries which don’t have discernable seasons react in similar ways.

Our body reacts instinctively to these changes, even to the changing colours of the day, the cool refreshing bright colours of early morning light, bright midday sun, warm golden shades of the afternoon sunset and the rich dark evening colours of indigo and navy blues of night time, calming restful colours that will help us to sleep.

Discover your Colour Personality


Group 1: Spring

This group is predominantly found in Scandinavia, but can also be discovered scattered in smaller amounts throughout the world. This group represents springtime in all its bright vibrant youthful shades. Flora and fauna are coming back to life after the long sleep of winter. People in this group can be blonde, redhead or brunette and are often to be found with a bright vibrant youthful outlook on life.  They tend to be lithe and delicately framed, even those among them who put on weight carry it well. They love bright light sunny weather and can often suffer from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder during the dark winter months.

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  1. Mr Ghaz

    On March 30, 2009 at 7:04 am

    Great article. Very attractive colorful and well presented. I really enjoyed reading yr work..I loved it. Thanx for sharing

  2. imaginearea

    On March 30, 2009 at 8:02 am

    I am attracted to fiery reds, dazzling golds, burnt orange and deep purple, I have hazel eyes, a flamboyant streak and I’m a writer…so that makes me a Group 3…fascinating article!

  3. kate smedley

    On March 30, 2009 at 8:11 am

    To be honest I could fit into a couple, sometimes Group 1, sometimes the last group, interesting article, I’m going to read it again!

  4. rajeev bhargava

    On March 30, 2009 at 9:38 am

    my lucky colours are white, brown, silver and electric blue. i really enjoyed reading this article. thanks alot.

  5. Allana

    On March 30, 2009 at 12:40 pm

    Very interesting. But couldn’t quite fit into any ONE particular group. Maybe I’ll reread and try again a little later.

  6. Dee Gold

    On March 30, 2009 at 8:37 pm

    very interesting

  7. Edward J Rodrigues

    On March 31, 2009 at 12:00 am

    lovely article and beautiful pics…

  8. peter hayward

    On April 5, 2009 at 5:32 am

    Enjoyed your article. I have often focused on the color gray not to over-distract from your piece across the spectrum of our multicolored world. I have often wondered, whether we like it or not, if gray is not the most representative color of everything that there is. A kind of ultimate amalgam!

    Enjoy regardless!

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