My color journey began a few decades ago when my mom brought home the Color Me Beautiful book. I did the quiz and was quickly identified as a “Summer.” Unfortunately, that is where my color journey ended all those years ago and I promptly went back to my 1980s black eyeliner and mullet hairstyle. My style and color choices for many years were dictated by what I admired in others without any thought as to how those choices would work for my unique attributes.
I am a color and style consultant who is passionate about helping others curate their best image by understanding their own unique coloring. Vera Wang said, “I want people to see the dress, but focus on the woman.” When you utilize the colors that are inherent in you, people are focused on you and not your clothing. A personal color analysis is the tool that enables you to become effortlessly confident.
My before and after pictures – I am four years younger in the first picture, but don’t shine very brightly in a black shirt and warm makeup. Having a color analysis is not about ugly versus pretty. It’s about bringing out your authentic, best self!