Why is an Aaron Lily so beautiful; on the spectrum of colours we already discussed the magic in Shades of Soul. A perfect trio of colour contrasts happens when you use a *Harmonise, a *Contrast and an*Intente shade together. It speaks for itself why the above Lily has all 3 ranges at ones and balanced in colour like very few other.  The percentage white colour *Harmonise (*Comfort factor) in the 9.0 Eye-Colour range on the booklet; the Darker Colour of Green *Harmonise (*Comfort factor) in the 4.0 Eye-Colour range and the Yellow will *Harmonise (*Comfort factor) in the 6.0 Eye-Colour range.

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If a light Eye-Colour person will use this colour scheme the Yellow will be a *Contrast Shade and the Green will be the *Intente (*Bold factor) shade.

If a 6.0 Eye-Colour Shade use the Colour Scheme the Yellow will be the *Harmonise (*Comfort factor) and the White will be still be *Intente (*Bold factor) and the Green will be the *Contrast (*Spicy factor) shade.

If a Dark Eye-Colour Shade between Eye-Shade 1.0-3.0 the Green will be the *Harmonise (*Comfort factor) and the Yellow will be the *Contrast (*Spicy factor) and the White will be the *Intente shade (*Bold factor).

The percentage of *Intente (*Bold factor) per total image will give that person the opportunity to decide in what mood the total image will be presented.

If this is interesting you will enjoy how to decide between strengths of any colour in the world once matched with Shades of Soul’s swatches.  

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