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Colour analysis at Cameron Optometry

Colour analysis at Cameron Optometry

Posted on 02nd March 2020

Colour can have a way of transforming how we look and feel. We love colour at the Frame Room. We regularly encourage our patients to jump out of their comfort zones and embrace brightly coloured eyewear, but for some it’s a little daunting as they don’t know what suits them and fear taking that leap, so stick with ‘safe’ colours. The same is often the case for clothing and accessories. Spring is the perfect time to embrace new colours.

If you would like to experiment with colour but don’t know where to start, our dispensing assistant, Lesley Kerr, is now offering a colour analysis service to help guide and inspire you. Since completing colour analysis training with Direct Colour International, Lesley is able to identify your must-have colours for the season. During the half hour appointment, Lesley will guide you through what colours suit you, what colours work well together and what colours you should avoid. Looking at your whole wardrobe, not just your eyewear, Lesley will talk through your thoughts on colour and see how you might make positive additions to your wardrobe.

The service is free for all patients on the Vision+ for a limited time. Should you wish to purchase your fabric colour wallet, it is available for £35, which is redeemable against frames should you be inspired to purchase some new eyewear for the year ahead.


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