- Create a colour match form in “jotform”. It’s an easy way to keep potential clients information in one place, they can also upload a photo which makes matching easy!
- Download the “Inshot” App. I use this app to colour match. I take the arm photo below and remove the boarder so it’s right up against this neck. We always match their neck.
- Log into your backoffice on Seint and set up your very first party. It’s simple to do and you can start colour matching right away!
For in-depth information on how to colour match, here’s is some information for you to read and refer back to.
When colour matching, we always colour match their neck. We want our faces to blend with our necks, and people’s faces are typically darker than their necks. To get a seamless and natural look, we always match their neck first.
It will take time to learn which skin tones go with what highlights, but please know I’m here for as long as you need.
The below photo was taken right at the beginning of spring, so I’m still very fair. I match whitepeach as a main highlight, moonlit as a brightener highlight and ash as a contour and always aspen for redness or acne.
Once you decide on someone’s main shade, the above graphic shows the corresponding brightening highlight and below is a chart of what highlights go with what contours.
I’ve added the below image on my JotForm. Ideally, we want people taking a makeup-free selfie in front of a window. Inside, 5 feet back from the window, is most ideal for getting a perfect match.
True North – Meg Kmita & Spencer Matheson
Baby Got Hac – Monica Murphy
The Realm – Ryan Murphy Shedrick
Apps + Forms:
FloDesk – To Email Colour Matches. *Optional*