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Recommend a House of Colour consultant

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lougle Mon 17-Feb-14 09:01:35

I've finally decided that I'm going to do the HoC colour analysis. Can anyone recommend a consultant in the Hampshire/Sussex area?

I think one of the consultants is in Chichester?

I'd prefer to use someone who other MNers had used and been impressed with. I don't want to risk disappointment!

ManicMinor Mon 17-Feb-14 09:13:30

TravelinColour is Chichester - I've not been to one of her days as she's too far away for me, but I know her through MN and she's been brilliant in giving me lots of advice in how to make my diagnoses work for me - which ime is the most important part.

MissScatterbrain Mon 17-Feb-14 10:17:08

I think Hopefully is based in south Sussex.

lougle Mon 17-Feb-14 10:37:35

I've just searched Hopefully's name on MN, and she covers East Devon. That's too far for me.

Travelincolour is Chichester.

There is a consultant called Katie Russell in the Winchester/Eastleigh area and a consultant called Rebecca White in the Fareham/Gosport area.

Does anyone have any knowledge of either of them?

Does it matter if they look much older than you are/completely different dress style to you?

I'm nervous about having my colours done with a complete stranger, in case it isn't right. Is it a 'science' or is it a personal judgement?

I wonder if I should just travel to Chichester and have TravelinColour do it, because she's so lovely on here.

Arrghh..this is why I'm still not analysed after about a year!

MissScatterbrain Mon 17-Feb-14 10:46:37

Sorry I've got it wrong blush

It does not matter if the consultant is a different season/style from you - mine wasn't but she was spot on with my season and more importantly she made sure I could "see" my colours. That way you come away confident that you will be able to choose your colours when shopping.

MissScatterbrain Mon 17-Feb-14 10:50:52

HOC system is more of a science - they have been trained to diagnose your season and which of the colours in your season look best on you. If you go as part of a group, its worth watching the others as you will then be able to see how each colour change the way they look.

NaffOrf Mon 17-Feb-14 10:53:21

My consultant was about 20 years younger than me, and completely different from me in every conceivable way - and she changed my life, seriously!

I can't tell you how much more I enjoy shopping (and getting dressed) now. And I look 'finished' every single day. AND I've saved loads of money because I'm not forever buying unsuitable stuff and flogging it for a loss on ebay.

I don't work for HOC, honest!

lougle Mon 17-Feb-14 10:54:25

Don't be blush MissScatterbrain - I'm grateful you took the time to post smile

I find it so daunting, yet want it done.

MissScatterbrain Mon 17-Feb-14 11:13:13

Go on, get it done - your only regret will be not doing it until now.

Come back please to tell us how it went.

JenniMoo Mon 17-Feb-14 11:20:48

I went to TravelInColour in Chichester and was very happy. Going back for the style day in March smile

issimma Mon 17-Feb-14 12:43:54

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TravelinColour Mon 17-Feb-14 19:41:45

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lougle Mon 17-Feb-14 22:40:46

TravelinColour thank you smile. I'll return your email.

lougle Tue 18-Feb-14 16:58:44

OK, I'm doing it tomorrow!

JenniMoo Tue 18-Feb-14 21:01:32

Have fun! Make sure you find the thread for your season afterwards. It's busy on the autumn thread that's for sure.

lougle Tue 18-Feb-14 21:24:50

Thanks! I'm going to see travelincolour so I'm sure I'll get to know what's what with her smile

TravelinColour Tue 18-Feb-14 22:39:50

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lougle Wed 19-Feb-14 16:40:54

After a lovely morning of drapes being swished on and off my neck, I have been 'diagnosed' as a 'Soft-blue Autumn'.

Travelincolour is brilliant and I can heartily recommend her to anyone who is undecided.

I'm off to find the Autumn thread...

ManicMinor Thu 20-Feb-14 18:44:06

Glad to hear you had a good time! I really should join in with the autumn thread again...

JenniMoo Thu 20-Feb-14 20:48:36

Only if you want to add to your wardrobe, it's far too tempting!

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