Why you need to be “Colourised”

20 Dec

brookeMeet Brooke. Brooke contacted me recently because he wanted to up the ante in the style department but had no idea what colour analysis was at all.

When he arrived, I quickly realised that he was already a very stylish chap but he was wearing colours that were a bit dull and drab. With his amazing bright blue eyes and dark hair, I explained to Brooke that sludgy and muted colours would make him look pale and drawn and that he would look amazing in bright and contrasting colours. As I showed him some fabulous colours like Chinese Blue, Bright Periwinkle and Emerald Turquoise, he slowly started to “get it”, but he absolutely drew the line at Blush Pink! “I am from Scarborough – I can’t walk around Scarborough in Blush Pink!”

So, after we got a date in the diary for some Personal Shopping he left with his little wallet. Fast forward a few weeks and we meet in Manchester to shop. I had already picked out some things for him to try on, including this pink jumper, which I tentatively showed him and he agreed to try on, at least. I was delighted that absolutely loved it and immediately bought it. Yay!

I was as pleased as punch when he sent me this picture of himself and his lovely grandparents wearing the jumper (in Scarborough)! Just look at how bright his eyes look and how clear his skin looks!

Since men don’t wear make-up (usually) they don’t have the advantage that women do of being able to make their complexion look flawless. So, it is even more important that the colour you wear near your face complements your natural skin tone. Understanding your colour type, and taking the time to consider your overall look, will improve your appearance in more ways than one. You may soon have a new approach to your grooming and fitness routines that make for a happier and healthier you too! And Brooke is living proof of that!

Do you need to be “Colourised”?

Get in touch with me for further details.

susan@susanstylesyou.com
07801 341526
http://www.susanstylesyou.com

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12 Responses to “Why you need to be “Colourised””

  1. Hurnae December 20, 2013 at 12:42 pm #

    He looks great 🙂 x

  2. Colette B December 20, 2013 at 6:02 pm #

    LOVE the ‘I’m from Scarborough’ comment!

  3. Jen @mymummyspennies December 20, 2013 at 10:30 pm #

    He really suits it! I can never get my hubby to wear colour, black or navy for him!

  4. Erin Ek Rush December 21, 2013 at 12:13 pm #

    That sweater does look really nice on him! Good work!

  5. Kerrie McGiveron December 22, 2013 at 12:15 am #

    Aww he looks great, great job x

  6. Lily Kitten December 22, 2013 at 10:32 am #

    His skin does look radiant now! Good work as ever, Susan 🙂 xx

  7. notafrumpymum December 22, 2013 at 4:50 pm #

    The colours really suit him!

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