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Published on Jun 23, 2008
Corporate and individual image consultant Sandy Dumont tells you about the latest principles of color analysis. Most of the schools and systems in use today are using dated technology from the 1980s. These books insist that redheads look good in peach, coral, apricot, rust and olive green or lime green. Wrong. They insist that blondes should wear soft pastels like blush pink, seafoam green and slate blue. Wrong.
Sandy explains that the early systems relied upon a person's hair color, eye color, personality and contrast factors to do color analysis. Blondes with blue eyes simply don't look good in either baby blue or any other pastel. Sandy has green eyes and golden blonde tones, but she definitely isn't a Spring, like image consultants she has met insist.
The only correct way to do color analysis is to look at color next to the face and see what they do to the SKIN. Skin trumps hair, eyes, contrast, personality and eye patterns. Results rule, and Sandy's 30 years experience has confirmed that image consultants are on the wrong track when they cling to old methods. It's time they noticed the Emperor isn't wearing any clothing!
Sandy is a thought leader, not a thought repeater. She is the leading pioneer in the field of color analysis, color psychology and image consulting.
Sandy Dumont is a makeup artist with magazine covers to her credit; she is a stylist to VIPs, corporate executives, authors and speakers.