I rarely endorse other people. So you know I hold a person in very high esteem if I write totally unsolicited raves about them as I am doing here.
Plus I am offering two copies of Lauren’s book, Image Matters! and two copies of her CD Become a Celebrity in Your World: Learn the Secret to the 4 people who write the best comments speaking to how and why winning one of those prizes will impact your life.
I met Lauren Solomon four years ago. At that time I still looked like a mom–which would have been fine EXCEPT my kids were grown and gone and I was starting a new business.
before Lauren’s magic after Lauren’s magic
When I say I looked like a mom I mean I dressed and wore my hair, hmm how to put this delicately –frumpy! Only I didn’t know my look was so disempowering to me for what I intended to do in the world.
You’ve heard me say it before – what you don’t know you don’t know hurts you. And my mom look was definitely hurting me – not just in the message I sent to others but in how I felt inside.
What I didn’t know…
I didn’t even realize how my image impacted me until Lauren taught me how to alter my look. Holding her class in a designer’s intimate shop allowed our small group to try on our new looks right there and then. Hair stylists—the whole works, all in one place.
Okay. Here is what happened for me.
Lauren had asked us to bring along our wardrobes, the clothing we wore in our business and personal ventures. Every item I took out went into the give away pile. Fortunately I quickly realized I really did not like the way I felt wearing what I had thought, when I arrived at class, to be nice clothes, a nice look.
Well, you know me so you know I am always open to change. So I donated all my clothes and went with the styles Lauren showed me to be more flattering, to bring out the artist, the creative me – and the subdued wild “I buck convention” side of me.
Since I like the natural look she and her team respected my not wanting to do much makeup or color my hair. And I left that weekend with a new look, a new wardrobe and a new me – inside and out.
You hear that clothes make the person and you just say, “No way.” Of course clothes do not make you who you are. However clothes can bring out who you are – or subdue your shining Light.
What I know is when I dress well and pay attention to my hair and even soft makeup I feel beautiful and successful. And I love that feeling—even if I don’t leave the house. When I dress nicely and work at home all alone I produce a higher quality of work.
Wondering if your look affects how you feel? Think a moment, the last time you bought a new outfit and got your hair cut and styled, how did you feel when you looked in the mirror?
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