FREE introductory talk by House of Colour St. Albans (evening: 13th June 2016, 8-9pm)

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FREE introductory talk by House of Colour St. Albans (evening: 13th June 2016, 8-9pm)

Will 2016 be your ‘Year of Change’?

Join us for an informal talk about how to build your confidence through colour and style. We’ll be discussing how to choose clothes that complement your natural colouring, work with your body shape and express your individual personality.

Do you have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing to wear? Have you bought the latest fashion trend then relegated it to the back of the wardrobe? Do your clothes fail to reflect who you really are?

If so, join me in our St. Albans House of Colour studio for a FREE 1 hour evening talk and demonstration on Monday 13th June 2016, 8-9pm

Ideal for those new to House of Colour, I'll demonstrate how wearing the right colours can clear skin complexion and brighten eyes, how the right clothing cut can flatter and slim any body shape, and how defining your personal style can build confidence and reveal the 'real you'!

I'll explain how our Colour, Personal Style and Make-up classes analyse your skin/hair tone, eye colour and body shape to determine your natural colour group (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter) and which clothing styles suit your body shape, personality and budget the best.

With House of Colour you can start enjoying successful shopping trips. Find choosing what to wear a breeze. Receiving lovely compliments. Walking that bit taller. Becoming more visible. Just by being you!

If anything here strikes a chord with you, please come along to hear how House of Colour can help you 'be the best you can be' through colour and style. Register your place online.

Rachel Kepinska-Smith (House of Colour St. Albans, Harpenden, Welwyn Garden City & Hatfield)

Rachel Kepinska-Smith: T. 07710 412754 / rachel.ks@houseofcolour.co.uk / houseofcolour.co.uk/rachelks

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