Mallory is entitled to her opinion, but I feel that her analysis was one-sided. I had my colors “done” many years ago, and it made shopping, dressing, and doing my makeup so much easier. To address Mallory’s comments: #1: It’s not “limiting.” You can wear most colors-It’s just a matter of hue. Ex: blue. As an autumn, I can wear marine navy. Royal blue looks terrible on me. #2: It’s “over complicated.” It actually simplified things-rather than having clothes that clash with each other, they compliment each other. Good when packing for a trip. #3: “Results fluctuate.” They shouldn’t. That’s a problem with the color analyst, not with the client. That would be like blaming a patient who was misdiagnosed. #4: “Your coloring can change.” The example she gave was about changing your hair color. The hair color was changed, not person’s coloring. #5: “It’s outdated.” How can your coloring and colors that compliment your skin, eyes, and natural hair color (or dyed that approximates your hair natural color) be outdated? That’s like saying your body type is outdated.