Having trouble blending colours (part 2)

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Hello dear, I hope your colour blending is going pretty well?. It is so good to be back with the concluding part of this topic. Stay with me

Triad Colours

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These are colours that are equidistant on the colour wheel. If you’re using a 24-colour wheel then you need to count from 8 – 8 starting from your colour of choice and if you are using a 12-colour scheme as above, you count from 4 – 4 from your chosen colour. These colours look very strange, electric but harmonious. They go best with formal outfits but can also be used for party attire.

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Monotone Chromatic Colours

This is a colour scheme where you can only wear one colour. You can wear the same colour throughout or mix it up with its different shades. These colours looks really elegant and sophisticated. They can be worn to semi – formal and formal events but you can wear it at other settings too.

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Monotone Achromatic Colours

This colour combination is the same as monotone chromatic colour scheme but the colour used is neutral. Different shades of gray looks really elegant and so do brown.

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Wearing colour is something anyone can do with a little effort and time put into it. I encourage you to take these examples and create your own style, your own identity and to experiment with different colour combinations so that you discover what you like and what you don’t. You can always change your preferences, that’s not a problem. In fact, that’s what style is all about.
Your style ‘n’ you!!!

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