Lexi Morrison, business owner at House of Colour Phoenix is bringing confidence and color to Phoenix residents and reforming her services to address the need in redefined self-care.

Since the onset of the pandemic, many of us have let ourselves go, or gotten out of practice with public life, whether that's dressing appropriately for the office, an event, or just a night out on the town.

After months in track pants and tees, do you even know what color dress, neck tie or hair highlights would work for you?

Here's how Lexi can help.

Lexi provides premier color and style analysis services to men, women, and children of all ages to find what makes them look and feel their best selves.

Lexi educates hundreds of locals every year with their perfect colors and styles, providing confidence and insight on what to shop for in the future.

Here's how it works:

Our Journey through the House of Color Process-Meghan Tinker from House of Color youtu.be

During her style development consultation, Lexi shows you how to create an easy wardrobe specific to your body type and personality, providing confidence with what you wear everyday.

With color analysis appointments, Lexi walks through seasonal color palettes to determine which colors look best with you, and give you the natural glow with your skin, eyes, and hair. Once your colors are discovered, she shows you a 90 second makeup look and your "WOW colors", the colors that make you feel like the best version of yourself.

"At House of Colour we enhance your natural beauty by discovering your best colors using precision-dyed drapes and natural light. Each person is unique and falls into one of the four seasonal categories: Winter, Spring, Summer, or Autumn," says Lexi.

Lexi Morrison

You can even try it at home and see if Lexi's color pointers work for you:

Lexi's Tips For Brightening Up Your Winter Self

  • Winter is a “cool” season, meaning your skin undertone is blue-based.
  • You look best in colors that are clear, bright, vivid, or icy.
  • Did you know? Winters are the only season that folks can wear black and it helps give you a natural glow! Black clothing, black eye makeup, etc.
  • Winter colors are saturated and contrasting. They do well in jewel tones as well as icy, pale colors. When you dress, Winters look best with a light color, a dark color, and a bright color from their spectrum. This is to achieve that “high-contrast” look that is so flattering on them.
  • For hair color, Winters also look best with contrasting colors. Black, white, gray/silver, ashy blonds, or cool browns. They do best to avoid golden, auburn, or other warm tones in their hair.
  • For jewelry and accessories, Winters can wear white pearls, silver, platinum, white gold, or gunmetal.

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