The impact of colour should never be underestimated. Some colours
enhance your appearance, giving you an image of health, youth and
vitality, while other colours detract, leaving you looking tired, old,
You will receive Colour Swatch containing 60 of your best colours and Your Personalised Colour Portfolio filled with tips and tricks to create the wardrobe you've always dreamed of. During this experience you will have unlimited access to experienced Fashion Stylist, Angela Barbagallo to run all your style, colour and wardrobe questions past.
• Your Colour Profile
• Colour Swatch with your Best 60 Colours
• Your Best Contrast Levels
• How to Co-ordinate Colours
• Your Colours as You Age
• Changing Your Hair Colour
• Your Face Shape
• Your Make Up Recommendations and
• Your Accessory Recommendations.
There's also lots of information in there about basic colour facts, colour’s impact on your body, safe colours, bending colour rules, how to wear black, setting a mood with colour, and the psychology of colour. After receiving this experience you'll be able to walk into a shop and truly understand what you see… it's an experience that keeps on giving!
When you have a look at your wardrobe you will find that some outfits you just love because of the colours and others you never wear for that same reason. Many times I have heard clients say, the style of the garment is great, it fits but I never wear it and I don’t know why… Intuitively you will pick colours that suit you mostly when you are in a great mood whilst you are shopping and there is no pressure to buy. You most likely will pick up an garment that appeals to you because of the colour and when you hold it against your face and skin you will see yourself looking healthy.
No need for you to become an expert at this but a basic understanding will certainly help you make create purchasing decisions and will help you be more prepared in making an informed decision when you buy a new outfit.
Warm & Cool Colours
Warm and Cool are relative terms that loosely describe colours by reference to their apparent temperature. A colour is described as being Warm when sufficient yellow or red has been added to change its temperature to warm. The colours red, yellow and orange project a feeling of warmth and are associated with fire, sunlight and energy. In contrast, a colour that is comprised mainly of blue is said to be a Cool colour. Cool Colours have a blue, grey or violet base tone and are associated with coolness, serenity and assurance.
It is often easier to determine if a colour is warm rather if a colour is cool, so look for the presence or absence of yellow rather than the presence or absence of blue.
Here are some examples of Cool and Warm colours:
Princess Caroline of Monaco is suited to the Cooler blues while Sarah Ferguson is more suited to the Warmer tones
Blog written by Angela Barbagallo, Fashion Stylist
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