It’s no secret that a chic outfit, like proper nutrition and a glass of milk, makes the body look good. While you could spend four hours preparing scientifically proven meals or invest in your very own bovine, the best way to boost your self-confidence is probably not taking up farming. Do things right and pay R999 for an image consultation and full styling with Absolute Signature.
People aren’t joking when they say that first impressions
count. According to some wise people, the first time you meet someone, you’re
judged on your appearance within the first twenty seconds and trying to change
that impression is almost as difficult as teaching your cat to play fetch. Though
an image consultation might sound like something out of reality television, it’s
just a way to make sure that your first twenty seconds work in your favour.
Surrounded by soft lighting and mirrors that don’t add twenty extra bulges,
you’ll be able to see exactly what effect your fashion-flavoured guidance is
Helping the fashion illiterate to find tasteful threads and colours to flatter their unique figures and build self-confidence, Absolute Signature is all about creating your own personal style, enhancing the pretty that nature gave you and hiding whatever you don’t like. The experienced coiffure architects will help you pick out the best makeup to wear, colours to complement your complexion and clothing that doesn’t hang like a burlap sack – hair colour and style are covered too, because they’re experts in in-home wardrobe revitalisation and the upgrading of sombre styles. Once you’ve been given the 411 on what to wear, how to wear it and what colour it should be, finish off with a manicure and pedicure to kick-start your confidence boost - upgrade to gel, gelish or colour nails if you’re looking for that extra bit of oomph. If you decide to change your hairstyle right then and there, they’re conveniently located on a hair-dressers site, which is qualified to do change the shape of your eyebrows to.
After the consultation, you’ll be supplied with a colour chart and guidance booklet so that it doesn’t feel like you’ve been tossed in the metaphorical deep-end the next time you go shopping. Just in case you do feel like you’re swimming in piranha-infested water the next time you’re staring at racks of shirts, they’ll also give you a follow-up call to see how you’re coping and whether or not you have any other concerns.Fashionable Fact: Marie Antoinette is rumoured to have had a trained pet Pomeranian which picked her outfits for her. Apparently, she would let the toy-Pom loose in her wardrobe, and wear whatever dresses and accessories he barked at.