JILL KIRSH THINKS HAIR AND SUGGESTS PANTONE COLORS!!
Do you know what colors are the best for you and your appearance? Want to look 5 lbs thinner Younger? How about saving money at the store? No more guessing what colors look best on you or someone you’re buying for! “Hollywood’s Guru of Hue” knows how and wants to show you!
About Jill Kirsh, “Hollywood’s Guru of Hue”Jill’s unique approach to working with color has won her the nickname of “Hollywood’s Guru of Hue.” Creating customized stylizations and programs to meet the needs of both corporate and private clients, Jill has consulted with thousands of women (and men!) around the world including Red Carpet celebrities, Grammy winning musicians, actors, news anchors and business leaders. Jill has been featured in InStyle Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, ABC, Better TV, LX-TV, The Other Half (Nationally-Syndicated), amongst many other media of note.
Jill has developed a fool-proof, unique and innovative color system for your wardrobe and your makeup that’s entirely based on your present hair color – Deep Brunette, Warm Blonde, Golden Brown & Red, and Ash Blonde, Platinum & Gray. It’s fun, it’s simple and it works!
Deep Brunettes: (Zoey Deschanel, Courtney Cox, Lucy Liu, Demi Moore)
• These raven haired gals can also rock Cobalt, Pure White, Royal Purple, & Charcoal.
Ash Blondes, Platinum Gray: (Newly Platinum Miley Cyrus, Helen Mirren, Christina Aguilera)
• The gals in this color palette will also amaze in Rose, Taupe, Mint, & French Blue.
Golden Brown & Redheads: (Debra Messing, Jessica Chastain, Jessica Alba, Isla Fisher)
• These gals can combine these Pantone hues with Teal Blue, Avocado, Russet, & Ecru.
Warm Blondes: (Newly blonde Elizabeth Moss, Kate Hudson, Jennie Garth, Reese Witherspoon)
• The warm blonde tressed gals will also look fab in Ivory, Coral, Camel, & Turquoise.
I mention often in reviews that even though I have cool skin I can still wear a lot of warmer colours because of my hair colour. I do this as a disclaimer to other cool skin fair girls who may struggle with some of the products I post my adoration for. This is why think I may agree with Jill. Often shades that “should” look great with my skin colouring doesn’t seem to work quite right with my hair. I’m interested to see what you all think of this theory.
Jill also has a selection of hand-painted silk scarves that feature specific shades and intensities to flatter every hair color. I looked at the scarves that work for Redheads and I absolutely love them. I don’t doubt that they would look fabulous on my colouring. There’s also a line of mineral based cosmetics perfect for each hair color too.