Your starting point for a wardrobe that really works is individualized color information.
You’ll learn to choose only the clothing colors that make you look fabulous. Shopping will become faster and easier. You’ll look taller and trimmer. And you’ll find countless mix-and-match options you never even planned!
Scroll down to see how improved color choices transform Christina’s appearance. On the right, Christina’s entire face appears lifted and smoothed, simply by surrounding her with colors that are more in harmony with her deep, rich, warm personal coloring. Her hair looks more lively and filled with highlights and she appears younger and more rested. And most important – your attention goes more to her face and less to the fabric she is “wearing”.
By the way, we chose black and white for all the “not-so-good” examples because the fashion industry promotes it as universal, when in fact very few people are flattered by such extreme colors, especially in high-contrast combinations.
Keep scrolling to see more examples. Each set of photos was taken just moments apart, without altering the lighting, touching up makeup or changing anything else except the colors draped across the models’ shoulders.
Kim’s deep, rich coloring is completely overwhelmed by the traditional black/white mix. Replacing the bright white with a rich cream improves the balance, but still isn’t optimal. See how Kim’s face shows up more in the deep, rich color scheme on the right? Her eyes become a focal point and her lips and cheeks get a rosy glow, even though we didn’t change her makeup at all.
Stephanie has strawberry blonde hair and a peaches-and-cream complexion. The “universal” black and white combination dulls her hair and throws a glare on her face that makes her look almost ghostly pale. Draped in best colors, her complexion is glowing, the golden red shows more richly in her hair, and you focus on her face more fully.
Marcy’s silver hair and dark eyes make her sparkle, but abrupt black and white is too strong even for her. Saturated pinks and purples, mixed with shades of gray and an outline of black, are one example of a perfect balance for Marcy. The print and her face become one unified picture. See how focus moves from her nose (in the left photo) to her eyes (in the right one)?
Here’s how a color consultation works: From nearly 1300 colors, we select one by one the precise hues, values and intensities that spotlight your unique personal coloring. Among those colors, we’ll identify your personal power neutrals, your most flattering shade of “white”, most effective accent colors, the best metallic for jewelry and accessories and much more.
Our interactive process lets you see exactly how the information is developed, so you can adopt the recommendations with complete confidence, even if you’ve been disappointed with other color information in the past. You get customized fabric-like swatches and coaching in how to interpret and apply them every time you shop. $329
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