How to age gracefully without losing sight of how striking you can still be, using the secrets of your Season. 

How to use your colours when your hair goes grey and how to unlock the secret of how your Season's colours can help you when you're feeling bland and dull.

Special sections on your neutrals and how to use them effectively.

These Masterclasses help you use your Season to feel wickedly capable and vibrantly powerful, with practical help and lots of examples and collages.

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Avoid some expensive mistakes

I highly recommend taking this course if you are a bright winter. I took the course a year ago and then repeated it this last few days and have found it extremely helpful. Had I taken it 8 years ago when I was color draped as a bright winter it would have helped me get focused, make a plan and avoid some expensive mistakes.


Gives me courage

Good explanation of the colors. Gives me courage to try something bright!


Has helped me make much better choices in clothes

Thank you for the additional lessons Jorunn. All the course material has helped me make much better choices in clothes and now your lessons on Bright Winters with lower contrast and ageing skin have helped enormously. The explanations about why some colours from my BW colour swatch and some BW makeup recommendations just don’t work for me. I have found your course insightful, practical and it has persuaded me to try Some colours that in the past I would have found terrifying . Now I just need to revisit all the notes made while doing your course and take your advice to keep practicing what I have learned. Many thanks and best wishes.

Chris Benson

I love the pictures!!

I love the pictures!! I am married to a Bright Winter man, who is now retired and his wardrobe is jeans and flannel shirts. I've learned to look for those flannels that have white (he has a full head of white hair) or a light bright combined with a dark neutral and a palette color - white/black/red or blue, navy and two lighter blue-greens, etc. I hate bias pockets and pocket flaps, so I find about one a year. Long sleeved t-shirts in the dark neutral or palette color, and he is set for the winter! I do think that you should show those swatch samples with the outfits for a winter and a spring group as well.


Helpful as I am currently going through my closet

Loved it!! Found it very helpful as I am currently going through my closet deciding which colours work. I was stuck, then found this course, and will now use the lipstick trick and also cover the shade of the garment in the fan to see it it blends. Thanks.


Useful lessons

Thank you Jorunn, I found these lessons very useful. As an ageing and rather reluctant Bright Winter who finds lipstick scary your tips are much appreciated.


Gode råd

Takk for gode råd.


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