Let’s look at a quick run-down of the questions on the quiz:
- Question one wants you to identify your age.
- Next, identify your sex.
- Number three goes into substantive criteria by asking you to identify your skin tone. What color is it? Is it “very fair,” “peach,” “golden beige,” “olive,” “brown,” or “pink?”
- Then, “What color is your hair?”
- Number five, identify the color of your eyes.
- Question six asks you to identify which of 6 color families look best on you.
- Now think about your wardrobe and decide if it‘s “rich and intense,” “crisp,” “earthy,” and so on.
- Next you’re asked how your skin reacts in the sun.
- And then, do you think you look better in gold or silver jewelry?
- What color is your purse?
- At this point, you’re given six different groups of personality traits and asked to select the one that best describes you.
- Finally, you’re asked whether your skin undertone is blue or yellow.
Also, how is a person to determine if their skin is “peach,” or “golden beige?” What does that even mean? The color names must first be correlated with specific color identification numbers for a person to have a realistic chance to accurately answer that question.
As for which colors you think look best on you, it depends on where you come from. The answer could vary depending on a person’s experiences and associations with color. Someone with a good deal of color education, for example, will likely be more open to nuanced, sophisticated colors. By virtue of having more knowledge about color, they may also be in a position to make more accurate, and less biased color decisions.