Friday, January 16, 2009

What's your wedding white?

Every day women all across the country walk down the aisle in the wedding gown of their dreams. The only problem is that their gown is often the wrong color--the wrong shade of white. After spending thousands of dollars on the materials, cut and style of the dress, many brides simply don't concern themselves with the color of the gown itself.

Where color is often an afterthought in the dress selection process, it should be the first thing considered. The right wedding white illuminates a bride's skin and makes her photograph more beautifully. The right white visually slenderizes her and gives her a healthy glow.

Conversely, the wrong wedding white can make a bride's skin look dull. It can visually draw out imperfections and make skintone look very uneven--and even accentuate fine lines or wrinkles. The wrong color of wedding gown visually packs on pounds and yellows both eyes and teeth.

This is where a color analysis makes the difference between looking okay and looking dazzling on the big day. A certified analyst determines how you should color your hair, what makeup hues work best, the precise jewelry accents, and of course the color of wedding gown. She can even determine the best bridesmaid gown colors that complement all skin tones!

If you are planning your wedding and get stuck on color, please do give me a call. I'm here to help you shine on your big day.

Live in color!


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