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Blondes have more fun!

Well, the party season is upon us and most of us will be fretting about getting THE perfect dress for the Christmas Do.

I bet you usually plump for an LBD right? Black is BORING – why blend into a sea of black when you can be the belle of the ball in colour! Wearing the right colour dress will make you look more alive, more vibrant and, guess what? Younger!

Over my next 6 posts I am going to give you some hints and tips on how to choose your WOW colour, starting will light haired blondes.

If you have pale blonde hair like Gwyneth Paltrow you should steer clear of dark colours as these will cast shadows over your face making you look tired and under the weather. Exactly what you DON’T want. Instead, to create harmony and balance with your look, choose light to medium depth colours. You will look AMAZING in sea green, light periwinkle, light apricot or pastel pink.

All you Gwyneths out there step away from the black!

If you haven’t been Colourised yet, now is the time.

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