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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Read what customers say about other courses:

Gave me my morning giggle!

You gave me my morning giggle with the dating scenario. Thank you & suggestions about white paper is my project today with the lipsticks I own,

Sandi Skalicky Mcdougall

Thank you for making us low contrast ladies feel like we belong

I adored this lesson!!!!!! Thank you for making us low contrast ladies feel like we belong!

Tina Csomo

Answered many lingering questions

The Bright Winter course was every bit as much fun as it has been informative. It answered many lingering questions I had and showed me I am on the right track. Two thumbs up!

Tina Csomo

So helpful

Thank you so much. The information is so helpful. I appreciate it. Thank you again šŸ™‚


I wish I had taken it when I was first draped as a bright winter

I am so thankful for the thought and creativity that Jorunn has put into this class. I only wish I had taken it 6 years ago when I was first draped as a bright winter. Iā€™d have saved a lot of time and money. Even then knowing my colors I made some expensive mistakes. I now have a much clearer vision of how to do this and look forward to choosing well in the future. Thank you Jorunn for your fun and practical way of presenting the information.

Kary L Piper

Short and sweet for people who can be skeptical about wardrobes

I took the course; Jim has been analyzed by Terry Wildfong as Bright Winter. I think he did it to make me happy, but I told him that when he retired his wardrobe was definitely going to change, so we might as well be buying things that look great. He likes the super casual, flannel shirt and jeans wardrobe. I usually only find one shirt a year that works - black (or navy) and white, with one bright color (or two bright colors sometimes works). With his bright white hair, it's best if there is a decent amount of white in the plaid. A matching bright t-shirt underneath is a great bonus, but we have navy and black ones available. He doesn't like quarter-zip tops, sweaters, or any neckline besides a crew neck and standard shirt collar. Oh, and add a 36" sleeve length to the mix. At least we have a winter wardrobe figured out. Warmer weather still needs more work. I think the course is good. Short and sweet for people who can be skeptical about wardrobes, but with enough content and pictures/examples to show them the possibilities. When we met in college, Jim thought "if they are both green, they go together, and would often buy on sale no matter the colors. I'm sure there are lots of people out there just like he was. Thanks for all you do, Jorunn!


It really helps with distinguishing Soft Summer colors

I thought it was quite informative. It really helps with distinguishing Soft Summer colors from the other seasons. Looking forward to more lessons for soft summers.


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