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Delve into the psychology of lipstick colour with doctor Monika Wassermann and psychologist and sex & relationships advisor Ieva Kubiliute.
In their latest infographic the dynamic duo, Wassermann and Kubiliute, take a deep dive into the psychology of colour and how your lipstick shade can influence your day.
Monika Wassermann had this to say "Colours penetrate our subconscious and change our behaviours. By understanding the power of colour you can not only influence those around you but also change the entire course of your day."
Colour is an often overlooked sensory cue when it comes to how others perceive you. By learning which colours provoke which reactions you can become the master creator of your life. Learn which colours to wear for different events as well as which colours can completely change another person's perception of you. Whether you want to appear more sexy, confident or emphatic they’ve covered it all for you in one handy infographic.
"Colour is a powerhouse when it comes to influencing our thoughts and emotions. The psychology of colour is not to be underestimated. Choosing the right colours to adorn yourself with can make you appear more sexy, confident and even more intelligent ." Kubiliute
The full infographic can be found here and was created in collaboration with Olio Lusso (oliolusso.com) and Loxa Beauty (loxabeauty.com): https://shopgiejo.com/what-your-lipstick-colour-says-before-you-do/
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About Monika Wassermann
Monika Wassermann studied medicine at the Queen Mary University of London. Currently based in the UK she also has a passion for freelance writing and covers a broad range of topics including health, sex and relationships and fitness. When she's not busy writing she enjoys mediating, weightlifting and strolls around town.
About Ieva Kubiliute
Ieva Kubiliute studied psychology BSc (Honours) at the university of St Andrews. She’s a keen freelance writer and consults several health and wellness brands. Ieva covers topics ranging from mental wellbeing to sex and relationships. In her spare time Ieva is passionate about yoga, movies and affordable skincare.
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