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How to use COLOR to boost your mood

We usually hear about Pantone colors once each year when the “Color of the Year” is released, but how often do we use the science behind Pantone colors?

Pantone Color Institute® and other color theory and color therapy scientists assert that when a human being sees a color, that there are 3 specific areas of the brain that that receive the visual aspect of that color and create a feeling and emotion. Well if marketers have been so successful with this method, why can’t you use it in your daily dressing?

Image Consultant Brandie Price shares how wearing certain colors can prompt specific feelings and easily change your mood and the mood of those you come into contact with.

Need a little more Peace in your life – Try this shade of bluish-purple

Craving Connection and Order like so many of us are in this Pandemic season? Try incorporating Rose Quartz into your life.

Or Try a combination of these 2 colors- You may remember a few years ago these 2 colors were revealed as the “Colors of the Year” standing as the only year in the history of the Pantone Color Institute® picking 2 colors for a year!

“Joined together Rose Quartz and Serenity demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue, reflecting connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace.” Leatrice Eiseman Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute®

That sounds like something we could all use in this season.

Brandie Price is an On-Camera Image Consultant and Award-Winning Celebrity Makeup Artist. You can get more tips for On-Camera Confidence and Dressing Confidence at