Mar 29, 2022
With both parents working in fashion in New York, world renowned color expert, author and Hollywood’s Guru of Hue, Jill Kirsh grew up in showrooms and immersed in the fashion world. Working as an actress in New York, Jill combined her own on-camera experience with her fashion and color knowledge to follow her passion, creating a unique color system for fashion and beauty that has been the talk of the fashion world for the past 20 years. She has been featured several times in dozens of magazines, newspapers, major networks and news affiliates including NBC, HGTV and Hallmark plus a myriad of websites like At home In Hollywood, E news online, Beauty News New York City and more. Jill was named best color consultant in the Best of LA issue of the Los Angeles Magazine and is frequently called upon by red carpet celebs, grammy winning musicians and titans of business for her virtual and in person color coaching. She is featured as the color expert in the award winning documentary, Gray is the New Blonde, showing women all their best shades in fashion and beauty to rock their newly silvered locks. Jill has just published her first book, The Color Question: Are You Wearing the Perfect Shade for Somebody Else?. In addition Jill has been virtually color coaching women all over the world, where she shows them how to step up their zoom presence and impact by using their best shades for wardrobe and backgrounds. One of Jill’s greatest passions is community outreach and she has shared her expertise with at-risk teens and former gang members along with many groups including Beauty Bus Foundation, Dress for Success and Cinderella Project.
What You Will Hear in This Episode:
Jill’s personal story growing up in the fashion industry.
Combining her passion for acting with her knowledge of fashion.
Studying color and creating her system.
The importance of wardrobe and background color.
Examples of color impacting your message.
The importance of hair color and your colors.
How color can impact your everyday mood and energy.
Writing her book.
Inspiration, makeovers and empowerment.
Challenging ageist assumptions and stereotypes.
Going gray and knowing how to rock it.
“The colors that you wear can impact the message you are communicating.”
“Your background can enhance your presence.”
“Your colors are pretty much your colors if your hair color remains the same.”
“Women need to address their own biases and assumptions.”
Social media @jillkirshcolor
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