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Colour Correctly

6 November; Author: Niyija

The Institute for Colour Research has established that up to 90 percent of first impressions come from the colour you are wearing…

colour-correctly

Colour psychology expert Karen Haller gave us some pointers:

Overdoing a bold print can make your face ‘disappear’. If the design is too over-the-top, people will see it first and notice YOU second!

Be careful when choosing ‘colour combos‘. Karen says that wearing black and red, or black and yellow communicate warnings, danger and keep away!

When you are going for a job interview, choose the colours that you feel suit you. There is no point in guessing if your interviewer is keen on bright colours or conservative black.

If you hold a colour under your chin, you can actually see what it does to your complexion. If it glows and you don’t think “I just need a bit more make-up”, then you are A for away!

Be careful when choosing ‘colour combos‘. Karen says that wearing black and red, or black and yellow communicate warnings, danger and keep away!

When you are going for a job interview, choose the colours that you feel suit you. There is no point in guessing if your interviewer is keen on bright colours or conservative black.

If you hold a colour under your chin, you can actually see what it does to your complexion. If it glows and you don’t think “I just need a bit more make-up”, then you are A for away!

 

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