Article by: Perry Romanowski
As a cosmetic chemist you have to hone certain skills to be able to discern subtle differences between formulation prototypes. These skills include things like determining differences in feel, picking up differences in odor, and noticing color differences.
While it’s tough to practice the former using only the Internet, the color skills can be done remotely and digitally.
Color matching skills
Here’s a pretty good test for you to try and see how well developed your color matching skills have become.
In case you were curious, I tried it once and got a score of 38 (on a scale of 0-99). Lower is better so I’m only slightly better than average. I guess I better practice if I’m going to start formulating again.
What is your score?