Did you notice how when the book Fifty Shades Of Grey became a best seller and the subject of almost every social gathering, grey became extremely abundant in women’s clothing departments?
Grey clothes are not flattering on most women.
In my work, I have seen a lot of money wasted on grey clothes that do not complement most women. It often dulls their skin tone, hair, and eyes. Another example of trends not equalling flattering.
For example, when your grey roots are showing, wearing grey will make them far more obvious.
When your grey roots are showing, wearing grey will make them stand out.
In my experience, there are two exceptions. The first is for women who have salt and pepper or all-grey hair. Wearing the right shade of grey, will accentuate their hair and be very complimentary.
Look how fantastic Jamie Lee Curtis looks with her natural hair.
The second exception is that some women’s eye color is enhanced when wearing grey, although I suggest adding another color that will bring out the eyes even more. Typically blues will do the trick and work well with grey.
So if you are not so crazy about people or yourself, noticing your grey roots showing, don’t wear grey from the waist up.
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“Scarlett, Ever since my consultation with you, I have rolled up my sleeves and, most important, purchased a blouse, a suit jacket and a sweater in TEAL my new found color. I have gotten so many compliments on these clothing items and how they make my blue eyes look bluer. Congratulations on completing your book.”—Linnea Levine
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