얼굴 피부색에 대한 주관적 판단과 측색치 간 비교 연구 Comparative Study on Facial Color Between Subjective Judgment and Colorimetric Quantities

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We compared and analyzed the colorimetric quantities and subjective judgment of the skin color of 100 Korean college students focusing on their faces. The result shows a positive correlation between the lightness of the skin (L of CIELab) and the subjectively brightness assessed using a 7-Likert scale. However, the effect size is only medium. Also, the participants showed a tendency toward brighter skin tone and negative attitude to yellow nuances. Interestingly, the relationship between this tendency is not much explainable by the colorimetric quantities. In other words, people desire for the skin color not based on how they look but based on how they perceive themselves. Truly, the difference between the ideal and the present matters for self confidence that finally expects consumer satisfaction with their own skin color. In addition, the color differences among facial parts and hand were statistically significant, indicating errors may occur in the process of acquiring color testing uning one's hand skin. Based on the findings, implications for practical application are suggested.
Publisher
한국색채학회
Issue Date
2019-02
Language
Korean
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한국색채학회논문집, v.33, no.1, pp.57 - 65

ISSN
1226-6450
DOI
10.17289/jkscs.33.1.201902.57
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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/262785
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