Jill Kirsh Color Finishes the "Makeover" with Cosmetics. Check out the Transformation! Video Part 2
JillKirshColor.com wasn’t quite finished with me yet and you can see the final range of colors and then she moves from clothing colors to cosmetics. While guys can skip this part, there’s a lot to a women’s make-up that can make a huge difference.
If you saw part one, then you will understand what’s going on. If you are tuning in for the first time or didn’t see part one, go back to yesterday’s post (6/13/09) and check it out!
You can check out how to find your perfect colors by visiting her website www.jillkirshcolor.com. It makes it easy to shop, faster to get dressed, saves you money from buying something in colors that won’t flatter you. Forget fashion faux pas, you will look amazing. It’s so simple that you can even figure this out online– hence the website since Jill can’t fly all over the country and visit all of you.
A favorite of celebrities and stylists, Jill Kirsh works with lots of people (men love her) because it simplifies their lives when it comes to fashion. No more mistakes in buying the wrong color — or how to tweak an outfit by adding in jewelry, tops, and scarves that work the outfit to your benefit and make you look fabulous. There is a bit of a trick to it, but once you “get it”, you can work just about anything.
Video part 2 color matching LA-Story’s Stevie
After this little make-over, I was really surprised to figure out that 80% of my wardrobe of “winter tones” (read navy, grey, black and jewel tones) were pretty much not my color scheme. I couldn’t ditch the entire wardrobe, but it did mean a thoughtful and calcuated re-evaluation of what I had in my closet that would allow me to work what I had (the taupe suit, the black dresses, the skirts, jeans and pants in grey, navy & black) with other things that I had that were the right color: the yellows, the peridot & deep green tones, warmer reds & corals, teal, aquas and rich purples. The trick many times was to head to Target or online sales (read JCrew and other sales) to pick up tees, tops, jewelry and scarves for very little money that were going to pop those outfits into place.
Amazing isn’t it to see the difference from where we started in the “before photo:
LA-Story’s Stevie and Jill Kirsh before the makeover.
Then look at the post color make-over image and realize that I had been wearing pretty much the wrong colors — based on my warm blonde hair color (and even when it was dark, it was warm– sometimes it was even auburn)
The “AFTER” Photo: transformation complete!
Jill and Stevie talk about the changes in the video.