Here are some enthusiastic recent media articles that I hope you find them interesting.
Urban Mishmash Paris has just written a great article about me and how I combine my Personal Stylist work with running a B&B. Click on the photo to read it and do read their magazine or get it in your Facebook feed, it’s great as a resource whether you already live in Paris or you are just visiting especially on the ‘What’s On in Paris’ section.
Here’s an article by WhereToGet on whether having your colours analysed is a worthwhile endeavour. Spoiler alert : I’m ‘Mystic Meg’ lol. They have loads of interesting articles that appear every day – make them a favourite.
Teaching you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about which shades will make your complexion shine and which ones will wash you out, counsel in this field can dramatically change the way you see fashion and the way you shop.
Even if you and your BFF share everything including a skin tone, you’ll find there are differences in the way your skin behaves depending on the rest of your features.
But when the service can cost over $300 depending on the consultant, it’s important to understand just what you’re getting yourself into and why it could be of value future fashion endeavors.
Learn all about what a color consultation is and what you can expect from one: READ MORE…
Once the WhereToGet team had decided it was a good idea to understand which colours made them look wonderful, they asked me to their offices to show them all just how much impact the right colours can have.
“I am cool,” said Rosemary ALLAN in the Wheretoget offices one afternoon. It’s not every profession that allows you to make such a statement and be taken seriously, but Allan is a color consultant. It’s her job to know who’s cool, who’s soft and who’s light.
When the idea to get a color consultation was first thrown around, our editors didn’t really know what it was. Some thought it was to do with hair styles, others thought maybe makeup. One member of the team nearly hit the nail on the head when she said it’s to do with the colors you can wear to suit your palette, “for example,” she said, “I’m winter.”
While she was correct in saying that a consultation teaches you what colors and, more importantly, shades suit your coloring – that is to say, the tone of your skin, hair and eyes – the British system has been updated since it was first founded in the ‘80s, and it is no longer the done thing to divide color groups up into the seasons, because, after all, winter doesn’t look the same in Morocco as it does in England.
The new system taught by leading color consultancy Colour Me Beautiful, the company Allan represents, is based around three categories, each with two possibilities: warm/cool, deep/light and soft/clear. Each establishes whether you are more suited to yellow-based colors (warm), pale and delicate colors (light), bright and shiny colors (clear), and so on. READ MORE…
Take a look at some of my PERSONAL STYLE VIDEOS that I have just created. Click HERE to see more on my Video Channel.