Colour workshop: Saturday 25 January 2020

£150.00

Knowing which colours to wear near your face can make a world of difference to how you look and feel. We can all wear reds, greens and blues, but do you know what undertone, value and chroma of these colours suits you best? By using the science behind colour, I can show you the specific colours to wear near your face to make you look younger, fitter and healthier.

 

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Colour workshop: start the new year in fabulous colour.

Saturday 25 January, 9.30am-12.30pm

Knowing which colours to wear near your face can make a world of difference to how you look and feel. We can all wear reds, greens and blues, but do you know what undertone, value and chroma of these colours suits you best? By using the science behind colour, I can show you the specific colours to wear near your face to make you look younger, fitter and healthier.

Having your colours done will save you time – you’ll become a savvy shopper, gravitating immediately to the right colours in the shops, and money – colour mistakes will be a thing of the past!
Come along with friends.

Following three sell-out colour workshops in the summer, I’ve decided to run another. The three-hour workshop in my light-filled home will cover:
·       Which colours flatter you the most by testing your undertone, value and chroma
·       Your perfect hair colour
·       How to wear interesting colour combinations
·       An individual, mini-make-up lesson to demonstrate your best shades
·       Jewellery ideas
·       Scarf-tying in your best colours
·       How matt and shine fabrics create the most impact.

There are only eight places and I’ll provide plenty of refreshments

Date: Saturday 25 January 2020, 9.30am-12.30pm

*Cost: £150, includes your personalized colour swatch wallet (retails at £60)

Book online or email anita@feronclarkstyle.com

p.s. please bring along a note pad and pen and any previous colour wallet you may have.

Best wishes

*usual price for one-to-one colour consultation is £250, it’s a saving of £100