What The Colour Of Your Car Says About You
27th Jul 2015
Kahn News sought the views of colour consultant and trend forecaster Leatrice Eiseman to find out more...
Dark green: Well-Balanced, trustworthy, traditional; Light green: Organic, no-fuss, understated
Someone seated in a green ride usually leads a well-balanced life. “Green is the most-balanced colour in nature,” says Eiseman.
“The deeper the green, the more trustworthy, and also the more traditional, you’ve got a person who likes to be thought of as no fuss, very simple and understated,” adds Eiseman.
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Brilliant White: Sophisticated, emotional, family orientated
Eiseman believes white car owners can be difficult to please: “There’s a degree of fastidiousness.”
“These are people who generally like things to be very pure and pristine and clear and direct. There’s nothing you can hide under the colour white.
”The woman who chooses a white ride is more likely to keep her car super clean. And she lives the rest of her life this way, too.
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Flame Red: Sensual, dynamic, outgoing
“There’s definitely an element of sensuality that goes with red,” Eiseman says.
“There’s that dynamic quality and high energy. They like to be seen as someone who really stands out and they like to call attention to themselves. They don’t shy away from it. It’s definitely an outgoing individual.”
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Orange: Artistic, individual, complex
Eiseman is of the opinion that an orange car is unique: “It’s one of the most interesting colours because people who choose orange are usually very artistic, creative and original.”
“And they’re very individualistically charming. There’s a certain complexity to this kind of personality as well.”
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Volcanic Grey: Neutral, sober, practical
What you see is what you get with the straight-forward owners of grey cars. “It’s a colour that is obviously very neutral,” insists Eiseman.
“So it’s really rather sober. The person who chooses it is usually very practical, very pragmatic. They’re people who make lists and talk things out.”
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