- It is said that a picture paints a thousand words, and so the “picture” you first present says much about you. Have you ever worried that your image is not doing you justice?
- Ever wondered how the colours you wear impact on your first impression?
- Have you a wardrobe full of clothes and still find yourself saying ‘I’ve nothing to wear’!
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, then you cannot miss this 4 week course designed to bring your image to new heights!
A uniquely designed course to help you discover how you dress impacts on what salary you earn; what position you hold; what fees you can generate!
And, after all that you will walk with greater confidence and convince people of your worth!
COURSE INTRODUCTION, 1st IMPRESSIONS & COLOUR ANALYSIS
Find out the secrets of how to make a wow first impression – every time! Discover the colours that suit you best and learn how to enhance and complement your own natural colouring taking into account, hair and eye colour and skin tone.
SKIN CARE, MAKE-UP & HAIR MASTERCLASS
Learn how to do a simple yet effective make-up to last all day; clear out your make-up bag and choose the right products for you; advice and tips on skin care, hair care and styling.
STYLE & BODY SHAPE
Discover what is appropriate and what is not in a business environment. Learn how to dress for your own unique shape – learn how to high-light and camouflage to your best advantage. Discover your own style personality with our specially devised Style Questionnaire!
WARDROBE WEEDING, SMART SHOPPING, ACCESSORISING & GROOMING
Having discovered your unique colouring and style, learn how to weed out your wardrobe – discover what works, what doesn’t and why. Find out the secrets of a successful work and casual wardrobe. Learn how to shop for your colouring, shape, style personality and lifestyle.
Book your place by contacting Frances at firstname.lastname@example.org 086 8119698
IMAGE MATTERS STUDIO, 4 Durham Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4
Tues May 7th 2013 weekly x 4 weeks. 6.30-8.30 pm
(places limited to 4 participants to ensure individual attention)