My comments to anyone who has been through this experience is to please remember that the colours that have been recommended to you are guidelines not tramlines. You can personalise the colour palette that has been recommended by interpreting and adapting it to work for you. You should not feel you are being forced to fit into a box that doesn't quite fit. Also, it takes a while to truly understand how the whole colour thing works. Don't rush into trying to apply a set of rules - try on clothes in the colours recommended to you, see the effect the colours have and how you feel wearing them. You should not feel obliged to wear a colour just because it is in your set of swatches. Equally, if you don't like it don't wear it!
What suits us is a far more complex play that includes contrast with individual skin and hair colour characteristics, the shapes, fabrics and textures that compliment body shape and how clothing can be used to express ourselves. It is how you put the whole package together which becomes your individual style and is a journey not a destination.