how you think

My goal is to help you think and feel beautiful and confident. Because your THOUGHTS inevitably becomes words.  By speaking beautifully about your physical colors you encourage yourself AND your family, friends and co-workers. You may be the first person to do so. Perhaps no one has ever told them how marvelous ...... their beige, brown or grey hair is.  How you speak about your colors has the power to uplift and encourage or to hurt and cause pain. Both you and others. When you speak about beige, brown, grey hair as boring and drab ...you send a message to others ...that the colors of their beauty is not exciting, wonderful ormodern.

You can speak life into your beauty when you understand, accept and love your coloring...hair, eyes, skin. And appreciate how your intuitive choices relate to their physicality. Knowing God has provided you with physical coloring and favorite colors...that work exquisitely and perfectly together! Often the first time I show clients their hair, eye or skin color they tell me how awful it is. Whether from a friend or family member, teacher or TV commerical... they received a message that their skin. eye or hair colors weren'tbeautiful. Unintentional most likely.......but damaging none the less.  You can change this today...by taking captive thoughts that aren't encouraging and replacing them with words that speak life into your beauty.  And open up a whole new world of acceptance around your personal beauty...and others.  Blond clients often tell me they hate beige...it is drab and boring they say. Would you feel more inspired by describing your hair as... sand, shell, honey, wheat, soft or radiant golden?  African clients have said...you guessed it...they hate brown. Might espresso, mocha, walnut, chocolate, mahoganny... be language that you find sophisticated, elegant and uplifting? A client with green eyes once said "that is the last color I would wear. It is too woodsy." Then perhaps emerald, olive, chartreuse, jade or kelley. Choose language that inspires you...that is chic and creative...if woodsy doesn't inspire you..

Each of us has beautiful colors and combinations... ones despite what the media tell us. Fashions magazine might say beige is out...not true...blonde hair is never out. Brown skin or hair is never out. And neither is grey nor any color in our face and body. Be empowered in your word choice today. Encourage Yurself and those around you that every eye, hair and skin hue...is beautiful!

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