On Wednesday I created a giveaway for my Discover Your Colour Code online service. I'm giving this away to five lucky winners (click here to enter - it's really easy!). So this week I thought I'd write about the benefits of learning your colour code.
For those of you who don't know, 'colour code' is the name of the colour analysis system I use. There are six different colour codes, and you are one of them based on the colour of your hair, skin and eyes. Your colour code determines the colours that suit you best, along with your best metals, shoe/handbag colours, hair colours and makeup colours.
So without further ado, here are a few benefits of knowing your colour code:
In one of my recent social media posts, a past client expressed that she found it difficult to know what sort of makeup to wear with her glasses, and I thought, what a great topic for a blog post!
Read on to find out my top tips for wearing makeup with glasses...
Hands up if you own a little black dress?
*90% of women raise their hands*
Women have been taught for decades that everyone needs a little black dress. And, yes, a basic dark dress is incredibly versatile in the wardrobe, but if you've been following me for a while, you know that...
...a large percentage of women don't look good in black.
Yes, it's true. It is far from a universal colour - actually, it's one of the most difficult colours to pull off.
And even if you can wear black, it's still probably not the best option, colour-wise. That's why, instead of a little black dress, I recommend investing in a little dark dress.
Or, an LDD!
Read on to find out what an LDD looks like for each of the colour codes...
I love following the trends.
I'm not ruled by them - to me, trends are something to be aware of to ensure your style stays current.
But it's also important to not let the trends define you. You need to develop your own personal style that is flavoured by the different trends as they come and go.
To me, trends are just a bit of fun!
Read on to learn four new trends in the fashion world and which style personality they best match.
To me, there's nothing like a bold lip.
Ever since I found out I was a Clear (one of the six colour codes) I've made a bright, bold lip my signature in terms of makeup.
But sometimes, a situation calls for a nude lip. Maybe you have a bold eye (it's important to balance your makeup - never do both a bold eye and a bold lip at the same time); maybe you want a 'no-makeup' make-up look; or perhaps you just prefer a softer lip look.
That's why I decided this week to give recommendations on which nude and bold lip colour to go for depending on your colour code.
So let's get right to it! First up...
I bought a few t-shirts the other day.
I work from home, so as much as I dislike it (I love getting dressed up), the majority of my wardrobe needs to be super comfy-casual because the majority of my time is spent in a super casual environment.
This means I need lots of t-shirts.
But just because it's a t-shirt doesn't mean I can only wear it in a casual outfit. T-shirts are actually incredibly versatile, and this week I'm going to prove it to you.
Introducing: the unassuming t-shirt.
It's Australia Day!
To celebrate, I thought I'd give you some outfit inspiration. The popular way to celebrate Australia Day is the classic barbecue with friends and family. The weather is usually stinking hot, so it's sometimes a challenge to dress in a way that keeps you cool, yet is still stylish.
Read on to find examples of outfits you can wear that are both stylish and practical, to keep you cool on this hot day!
Yesterday I posted on my social media pages (you can find me here on Facebook and here on Instagram) about wardrobes. I asked my community whether their wardrobes were more minimalist or maximalist. Here's the post:
Are you in a style rut?
Here are some symptoms:
Does this sound like you? Then you need to get out of your style rut... and quick! In this blog post, I'm going to teach you my five steps to getting out of a style rut.
Did you know that your eye colour is a handy tool to figure out what neutrals and pop colours work for you?
For everything from your eye makeup to accessories to the clothes you wear, if you wear the colour sitting directly opposite to your eye colour on the colour wheel, you can intensify your eye colour and make your eyes stand out!
Here's how it works: