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Post by Stephanie on August 29th, 2012 · Comments Off
By Stephanie Furlong
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Post by Christine on August 15th, 2012 · Comments Off
By Christine Cox
Blue eyes glow when surrounded by purple and lavender tints, and brunettes look great in orange, while natural blondes do well with neutral backgrounds that aren’t overpowering. Warm complexions will look best in colours with the same undertones.
Try incorporating complementary colours in accent pieces, floral arrangements, linens or pipe and drape for something unique and eye catching. Experiment with using one colour, but in different hues throughout the space. Colour needs to move and shouldn’t look like it’s landed.
Knowing your best colours will help you look your best! Not only wearing the right colours, but surrounding yourself with the right colours in your home or on your special day can help you do just that!