This TikToker shared the easiest way you can do the viral 'colour analysis' trend using ChatGPT
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If you’ve been wanting your colour analysis done turns out all you need is a selfie and ChatGPT

Where are all my summer girlies at?!

FINALLY! You can now jump on TikTok's mega-viral colour analysis trend without having to book an appointment with the pros... just ask AI.

In case you’re living under a rock, the girlies are reading their colour matches like their horoscope - my astrology peeps will understand that it really is THAT serious.

If you’ve got the money and the time, a professional will drape a range of shades over your chest to decipher which colours are best suited to your complexion.

This can be done seasonally by finding out if you have a summer, winter, autumn, or spring vibe, or if cool or warm tones are your answer.

Some gals have taken it so seriously that they’ve gone as far as flying to Korea just to book an appointment with the pros.

You don’t have to go that far, because one clever chickie has found a hack on how to get our own colour analysis by asking everyone’s favourite AI friend, ChatGPT.

Caroline instructs to take a photo with “little to no makeup” to make sure you get accurate results.

Once you’ve snapped a selfie you’re happy with, follow these steps:
Tap the edit button
2. From there, you’ll find the ‘mark up’ button in the top right corner of your screen
3. In there, you’ll find a colour wheel in the bottom right-hand corner - still following?
4. Tap ‘Sliders’ where you’ll spot a code made up of six letters and numbers
5. Now, tap the colour dropper in the top left that will find the exact colour codes

“You will find your exact skin colour. I like to do it on my chin,” Caroline said. “You’re gonna want to do those steps three times for your skin colour, your eye colour, and your hair colour.”

Once you’ve got all three codes, Caroline has whipped up a handy guide on what you need to ask ChatGPT.

Simply type in: “Do my colour analysis. I want to know what colours work best for me. My skin tone is [INSERT], my eye colour is [INSERT], and my hair colour is [INSERT].”

You can even go as far as asking specific questions like ‘What season am I?’

Now it’s important to note this isn't some new revolutionary styling hack. It also went bonkers in the ‘80s thanks to Carole Jackson’s book ‘Color Me Beautiful’.

I guess she really was onto something there! I’m off to go test my own colours, and I’ll get back to you with what I find… happy colour matching, girliepops x