Spring is in the air! It is finally here , at least today. The birds are singing, crocuses and daffodils are blooming, leaves on the trees are budding because more warmth in the air which mean’s new life and lots of energetic colors! Spring is a wonderful time to revitalize your sense of style by updating your wardrobe with some of the newest colors for the season suggested by Pantone, the color experts who originated custom color on the ink press! Choosing the right colors can empower you to express your God-given beauty. Here is a hot new color to try on with some suggested color combinations to enhance your look by letting you true beauty shine through:
Tomato Puree (Red/scarlet or crimson) – Try wearing this strong, rich, and passionate color as a garment, shoe, or purse with lavender, chocolate, white, fuschsia(pink raspberry), and orange, which gives it a little more energy.
Red happens to be one of my favorite colors! I can’t wait to add more interest to my personal style, which happens to be chic/classic with a dramatic twist! Can’t you see my signature animal print come alive accented with Tomato Puree:)!
Try it on…….see if it fits!!!
If you want to know which red is your most intensifying color for your skin, hair, and eyes, contact email@example.com. As a Certified Image Consultant, I can provide you with a personal color analysis to define your best color palette based on the hue (the color name), value (lightness or darkness of the color), and chroma (the strength, intensity, brightness or purity of the color).
Beautiful Reflections for the Day
When we go through difficulties, it’s easy to lose sight of God’s love. It’s precisely within these situations that God reveals his heart. He is not an unconcerned bystander. No, he is right there with us in whatever difficulties we face. He has already ransomed us, and he will not allow anything to overcome us. How can it, if he is with us and we are clinging to him? Is God overcome by anything? As long as we stay connected to him, he will take us safely through every trouble, any flood or fire that threatens us.
—Diane Eble, author of Abundant Gifts: A Daybook of Grace-Filled Devotions