Wednesday, August 18, 2010

14. Color Me Confident

Barnes & Noble is one of my favorite places to explore. Yesterday, while sitting with a white mocha frappuccino in hand, I glanced to the book shelf on my right. In the Beauty & Grooming section, a colorful book jumped out called Color Me Confident: Change Your Look - Change Your Life!. This book promotes the seasonal color analysis method, and then flows into a very impressive look at fashion and cosmetics. Leading image consultants, Veronique Henderson and Pat Henshaw, will earn your respect with their highly competent and colorfully interesting presentations on such topics as how to work with various body shapes, features and style; makeup; hair styles for various face shapes; accessories; dressing for pregnancy; dressing up; organizing your closet; how to shop for a wardrobe; and capsule wardrobes.                                                                     

Now, let me be clear, I emphatically know that offers a precisely correct palette of colors for each of 24 [33, 2012] different skin tones, whereas the seasonal color analysis process deliveres colors based on judgement calls and approximations, but nonetheless, these image consultants have a lot to teach. Many of their suggested color combinations can simply be replaced with your own precisely correct similar colors, while retaining the lovely effect. Treat yourself! If you love color and style, you will love this book.

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