Learn color matching with the color wheel

Has the color combination always been a dilemma for you when it comes to dressing? Planning the look of the day doesn’t have to be a complex task.

After all, colors can be used to our advantage, whether to convey messages or sensations. In addition to style, joy and balance to the look.

White, black, gray and neutrals serve as the basis for various combinations. So, you mix colorful tones and start creating productions with more color.

However, if you’ve always wanted to take a chance, there’s a tool that makes the color matching process easier and helps you multiply your looks.

Come and discover this tool and check out the inspirations we have selected:

Color combination with color wheel
The color wheel is used to experiment with tones, nuances, contrasts and color saturations.

Thus, within the theory of colors we have the primaries, which are based on the shades of yellow, red and blue.

Secondary colors are a mixture of primary colors. Finally, we have the tertiary ones that mix primary and secondary colors.

That is, divided into 12 slices, the color wheel has 3 primary, 3 secondary and 6 tertiary colors.


The combination of colors for a monochromatic look is the simplest, since it is a production with a single color.

However, with the chromatic circle we have one more option: the nuances. That is, we use pieces of the same color, one with the lighter tone.

Extra tip: add a neutral piece, such as a white or black tank top under pantsuits, without losing the idea of ​​a monochromatic look.

Analogous color combination

Analogous colors are from neighboring houses to the chromatic circle. Since they are low contrast colors. Blending can produce a smooth, refined look.

Choose two or even three neighboring colors of the color wheel for your productions.

Complementary color combination

On the color wheel there are the complementary colors that are on the opposite side. Yellow and purple, red and green or blue and orange, for example.

Thus, these combinations generate a mixture of warm and cold colors: a vibrant tone and another sober.

As a result, an original and dynamic look.

How about starting to create interesting looks with the color wheel? Save the circle image to your mobile. So you can use it whenever you need to.

Author: Tina Siqueira

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