Welcome to the world of colour – be sure to follow us over the next few weeks as we explore the world of colour.
In the first part of this series we will begin by looking at the psychology of colour and how your personality can be represented by a particular colour. We will examine what colour you best identify yourself with and what that colour really says about you. We will also look at the predominant colours you tend to lead with and why?
Along the way we will be offering several specials and opportunities to participate in order to win for yourself some amazing pieces of jewellery.
Ask Yourself These Questions
What is your signature colour?
What does your jewelry say about you?
What does your jewelry say about your personality?
What doe the colours your choose to wear really say about your personality?
What are you communicating to the world?
Colour is a non-verbal form of communication – so what do the colours of our outfit today really say about who you are? Stop and really take a look at what you are wearing today, think about what you wore yesterday, and last week. Is there a pattern there? What message do you think the colours of your clothes is sending to the world around you?
Do Colours Really Give Others A Window into Who You Are?
When you want to feel powerful and in control what colour do you reach for? why?
What colours would you NEVER wear? Why?
What colours are you drawn too?
If you see someone dressed completely in a particular colour what does that tell you about that person?
The colour often associated with energy, ambition, power, action, danger and sometimes anger. However, on the flip side it can also be a powerful representation of passion and love.
is the colour most frequently associated with outgoing social extroverts and optimism. However, on the flip side it can also be a strong representation of a hedonistic, superficial, attention seeking person with some narcissistic tendencies – Making it a difficult colour to wear….. just saying!!
Ah! Green the colour most associated with growth, self-reliance and balance. On the flip side green can also be associated with possessiveness and jealously
Think imagination, think purple. It is the colour most associated with creativity and individualism.
the colour of ‘middle ground’ people, grey is the colour of compromise and balance. Grey can sometimes be misunderstood as being unemotional and detached. People with a grey personality type often struggle to be decisive.
is the colour most associated with mystery and intrigue, it is also the colour associated with power, protection, strength and confidence. I must be really mysterious and intriguing as my whole wardrobe consists of black and more black…
the wonderful colour most associated with peace, loyalty, trust and integrity.
This is the colour most associated with love, nurturing, femininity, kindness and gentleness. However, on the flip side it can also be associated with immaturity and silliness.
is the colour most associated with optimism, happiness and cheerful people. It is also the colour of intelligence and the mind. However, in contrast it can also be the colour associated with weakness of spirit, impatience and a critical nature.
is said to represent clarity and communication, it is often seen as positive, happy, balance and stability. It is sometimes said that people wearing turquoise indicates that they are enjoying life.
is the colour most associated with perfection, innocence and purity. It is often the colour associated with babies and children.
is the colour most frequently associated with down-to-earth individuals, who are serious yet friendly. It also relates to characteristics such as security, comfort and protection