Monday, July 11, 2016

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Cultivate and Communicate Your Signature Look

By Janna Beatty with Sharon White

Have you ever wondered why you don’t feel completely confident about your clothing choices? Or, why an outfit may look absolutely stunning on someone else, but awful on you? The answer may be that you are not making style decisions that support “your authentic self.”
Janna Beatty, a 30-year veteran of the image consulting industry, has helped thousands of women embrace their essence, cultivate their best looks, and gain confidence to communicate who they are through “one-of-a-kind style.”
Quintessential Style will help you become your own image consultant, prompting you to ask yourself “Who am I … today?” and “What do I want to accomplish tomorrow, and the next day, and the next?”
Quintessential Style will help you:
Communicate without uttering a word
Remedy the two things that cause every woman to look older
Learn to “shop your closet” for new outfits
Flatter your figure by becoming a visual shape-shifter
 Wear any color
 Solve your fashion dilemmas using Sets of  Accessories
 Shop with confidence and purchase with conviction
 Use “lifestyle skincare” to balance and maintain great skin
 Find an effortless personal style that enhances your self-confidence

Janna Beatty, owner of one of Texas’ premier makeover studios, is co-author of the book “Quintessential Style: Cultivate and Communicate Your Signature Look”. She has studied in New York and Paris with some of the most respected advisers in the fashion and beauty industry. A successful business owner for more than 30 years, Beatty speaks to corporations, professional organizations, and women’s groups. She also has been a guest on radio, podcasts, and television.

Sharon White, a former teacher and award-winning writer, is co-author of the book “Quintessential Style: Cultivate and Communicate Your Signature Look”. She has written for magazines and also publishes a weekly blog based on “Quintessential Style.”

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