The most important thing to consider is whether or not you recognize yourself in the faces and/or the hair, eyes and skin examples of each type. If you do, that should be given the most weight.
The questions are meant to support you once you think you might be onto something. And if you are a type, you should find that you have "yes" answers to several of its questions.
But there is really no perfect score. If you were giving yourself points as you went along, look at your top two scores and see if one stands out.
Primary & Secondary Color Types
You may also learn from thinking about the combination of the top two. For instance, one would be your primary type, and the other would be your secondary.
When I took the test myself, for example, my top two scores were for Warm & Light, but Warm had the winning score by far. But together, it suggests that within the Warm palette, I might do better with the richer, clearer colors.
What If I'm Still not Sure?
If you're still not sure after taking the quiz, or you're trying to decide between more than one type, then stay tuned for the emails, because I will be giving you information that may help you decide.
And I'll translate each color type into possible seasonal types. Though, to be honest, I'd rather hear, "your colors need to be warm, and your best warm colors may be the lighter or clearer or tinted ones," than to hear, "you can only wear this particular seasonal set of colors."
What are My Next Steps? The 3-Step Plan
Here's what to do once you have chosen a most likely type...
Step One: Once you have chosen a color home, find every piece in your closet that supports it, and plan a week’s worth of outfits so that you can give this type a try. Take pictures of each outfit when you wear it.
Step Two: Notice if there are two or more colors that seem particularly good on you & plan a mini capsule wardrobe around those colors.
Step Three: Eventually, choose a neutral that you can use as the foundation for a larger capsule, along with your 2-3 pop colors, and begin planning & creating it.