From the post at Your Natural Design: It is important that this career be right for you and that you be right for it. We present some thoughts about our approach and practice of PCA, and what the analysts who never question their career decision have in common.
THE COLOURS (Lipstick, Blush, Lipgloss, Contour) Numbers indicate the closest match in the True Colour International Classic palette books. Note that some colours may yet move to other Seasons, once we gather more experience with how they work on various women. As with any makeup, buy nothing until you try it. —– New colours are brought … Continue reading Blueprints Lipstick, Blush, Contour, and Lipgloss
The early feedback from my own use with clients and pictures and comments from the analysts using it is better than good. From Rachel (Best Dressed) in Philadelphia: “These lipsticks are fantastic. Never before has finding flattering makeup for each season been so foolproof.” From Margareta (email to email@example.com) in Sweden: “We tried Delicacy on my … Continue reading Blueprints Cosmetics Intro and Ingredients
The science is so good that I can tell you what makeup to buy and your best hair colour from your results.
How do members of a Season borrow colours into their wardrobe successfully? All sorts of diagrams exist to assist people of certain colouring, or Season, in finding clothing colours that are not within their palette. Examples you might see include, – True Summer and True Winter – because they’re both very cool – Dark Winter … Continue reading Colour Sharing
The navy and dark brown in this palette are near black, fine colours but not a first choice in high humidity. I’m very partial to the very dark tobacco colour as a neutral, even in hot weather, maybe because it’s jungly.
My mission and hope for the people I drape are to help them discover the beauty they already contain. Every person can make this gorgeous aspect shine to their own advantage by using their best unique palette of colours.
The swatch book reads a trace redder. If the lipstick looks too pink, the addition of some red would improve it, especially if the woman is on the cool side of this colouring group.
The analyst evaluates many markers, related to line, colour, and texture, and makes a better-than choice. The markers will not be the same in every face. A Dark Winter man may wear Bright Winter saturation fairly well if his colouring is intense, but his face might look very oily. Another Dark Winter man will lose eye energy in Bright Winter drapes but the complexion reflects light much the same between the two.
Online groups talk about hair and eye colour. Why? Because it’s what they see most prominently. As humans, they’re not programmed to see the skin colours of other humans.