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Color Me Beautiful: Discover Your Natural Beauty Through the Colors That Make You Look Great and Feel Fabulous Paperback – Unabridged, April 12, 1987
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Using simple guidelines, professional color consultant Carole Jackson helps you choose the thirty shades that make you look smashing. COLOR ME BEAUTIFUL will also help you: develop your color personality; learn to perfect your make-up color; discover your clothing personality; use color to solve specific figure problems, and more, including full-color palettes containing the thirty shades for each season--pages you can cut out to carry when you shop!
About the Author
Carole Jackson has been a professional color consultant for many years. She owns Color Me Beautiful, Inc., located in McLean, Virginia, and represented by a select group of color consultants across the country and abroad.
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I also use this information for interiors. A relative was redoing her home and debating between gray and beige for the living room. She had been told that gray was "in", but she was hesitating. I asked her, do you look good in gray? She said, '"no". Well then, don't use it. You don't want to walk out to greet your guests in an outfit that looks good on you, and sit down in a room in another Season that fights with you and what you are wearing. They need to go together. You want to look good in your own home. (Granted, if you have family, it may not be that simple.)