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Hello Everyone!

I just want to update all of my clients and readers of ColorIntervention.

My business has taken off in personal consultations!
This is great for me, but is not giving me anywhere as much time to update the blog and go through all of the emails.

So, please if you would like a consultation – be patent.
It is taking me longer than before to reply to people.

I’m still here, just getting lots and lots of in person consultations on locations and sets. If you are interested, then send me an email – and hang in there.

Thanks to everyone for the years of support!


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Grammy Awards

I will probably add more commentary to this later, but for now wanted to get these posted…



The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals



The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet

The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet


Comments for later…

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So here are some examples to see what was working well from one Award Red Carpet to the other…











More comments later, but just wanted to get these up and posted for everyone!

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So there were actually more “good” here than the Golden Globes…

But they were all in the Fire or Ice categories:


These are absolutely the best Fires from the group.  Two of these I will compare to previous bad colors in them, so you have a context for later in this post…





SAGBestIceSo many great Ice ladies here!  All are working it very well!






Comparisons will be in the post after this one!

For now enjoy all these that did great!

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Just putting this post up here for now…

I will be editing and adding to this later – but this point and question comes up continually – so let’s starts showing how it works!


People get confused when seeing different fabrics on TV or in magazine pictures.  The exact same fabric can look very different depending on the specific camera, lighting, or angles that are used for the specific shots.  The thing is that the person’s skin tone will also adjust accordingly – so you can’t judge a specific fabric you see on TV, Magazine, or on the Internets based on that personal view-screen level that you are seeing.  Just look at the overall balance and tones – then you’ll see if it’s working or not.

Please let me know if this opens your eyes a bit more, or if I need to answer more specific thoughts or questions regarding this.


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Well it’s a New Year and therefore a new Award Season!

First up is the 2013 Golden Globes.

There is some memo to the stylists out there that Cool and Powdery colors are “in”; so they dressed their clients in that. Once again – not taking their skin tone  into consideration, or if it complimented them to their best.

But there were a few standouts who were in great colors and tones for themselves.

Best FIRE:

Golden Globes Best Fire 2013

Great warm dress tone, makes her skin and hair tone all look great and blended!

Best Fire Runner Ups:

Best Fire RunnerUps

On the left – Don’t “love” the fit on the top, but overall the dress is a beautiful warm tomato color for her skin tone.  The top needs to fit her bewbs better.

On the right – This is a good example of a dark chocolate brown dress that is a good “neutral black” dress for warm Fires.  Fires should just consider this color and tone their “little black dress”.

Best ICE:


Don’t love the clear strap on the shoe, but otherwise all around great ICE dress on great Ice skin tone!

Best Ice Runner Ups:


On the right – Doesn’t matter what age you are – if you are wearing the proper color/tone then it will flatter you all around!

On the left – for her, it’s great!  My only nitpick is that the highlights in the hair are too warm, and should be toned to a more neutral/cool brown.  Otherwise, brava!



The coral/salmon color on her Earth features is perfection.  I also give her kudos for going with a warm Earth lipstick.  My only nitpick here is that I wish she would have had this necklace where the metal backing was a Rose Gold or Gold/Bronze.  Or something in Turquoise!  Either of those would have been stunning.


I know, I know…

Many of you might not “get” my choice here.  But, even though she is not a standard “Hollywood beauty”; she looked great, cute, and classy on the Red Carpet.  This deep warm brown was soooo perfect on her skin tone that I had to include a closeup picture so that you could see how much the lighting reflection made here eyes just POP their natural warm golden brown.  Up close and personal – this was stunning color and tone.

Best AIR:


I know that not everyone out there “get’s” her hair tone.  But it is a perfect soft cool AIR tone, and therefore works on her perfectly in combination with the dress.  Her skin looks great, her eyes look radiant.  This is how bright and glowing an actual Air can look in the right Air tones.

On the other hand, there were a TON of ladies wearing AIR tones that were not Airs, wearing Air tones – and it just washed them all out!  Such a wasted opportunity for all of them who should have been wearing warm FIRE or EARTH tones.  So here I present the Golden Globe 2013 Washed Out Queens:


In another direction, there was a beautiful AIR lady who also would have looked stunning in any of these dresses above – but she want with an ICE black look that was “okay”, but nowhere near what she could have rocked in one of these AIR toned dresses which would have kicked her up a notch from “Okay” to “incredible”.


Then there were ladies who are definitely warm toned, who just overwhelmed or “meh”d themselves in Ice black:


More later, but wanted to get these posted ASAP for y’all!


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And a blessed 2012 to everyone!

It’s been a wonderful, yet super busy 2011 for us at Color Intervention – but more goodness and Color Intervention transformations to come in the New Year.

There are a lot of things to update, so those of you on the blog – stay tuned!

New advice, new colors, and new info all around.

Keep the updates coming, and we might feature you in 2012.

Love and Blessings – and continue your wonderful paths on your Color Interventions!

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