If you've been thinking about trying the Style ID Calculator, but you've felt unsure whether to go for it, now is the time.
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What do people say after using the Style ID Calculator?
Wow! That was incredibly helpful. I have been struggling with finding the right shapes and styles to wear. I was quite surprised to get Ethereal Natural - but it fits, perfectly! Thank you for creating and sharing this wonderful tool.
And Lilac says:
Your style calculator is no less than genius!!! And I am not easily impressed. I was kind of skeptical about it. I'm often told that I look like a completely different person, when I change my hair. So I tried the test with 3 different hairstyles. I had to choose completely different boards each time. So there I thought - I've confused the system.
Imagine my surprise, when I got the same results each and every time! 😮
Well, almost the same. The percentage for the identities was different, but the identities where the same...
It really works 😁
Thank you SO MUCH. You are incredible 💖
If you're as nerdy as I am and you'd to read one customer describe, in detail, her work validating the Style ID Calculator as an instrument, click here.
6/10/2019 12:55:03 pm
Yay! Calc was so helpful! I remember in the middle of using it thinking to myself, “Man I’m so glad I invested in this”.
6/10/2019 05:37:26 pm
Can anyone help me with RGI? Any tips or people to reference? I am so lost and GI feels so hard for me to balance with Romantic
6/12/2019 10:34:59 am
I used this to decide I was an RNG, and low and behold, when I got a professional analysis done in another system, that was exactly what I was analyzed as (though it used different names). This works very well, so long as you follow the instructions. :)
6/13/2019 03:54:00 pm
It's not easy in some cases to choose the best style for self - let's look at Ethereal Dramatic - there are only evening dresses. How can someone decide if this is proper style if there is no formal examples. Do ED's wear jeans? That makes ED the least explained style. And it always bothers me: how does Rachel or other Ethereals make their hair when jogging? It's not possible to have loose hair all day, it's uncomfortable and in some situations looks very inappropiate.
6/14/2019 04:36:37 pm
I relate a lot to this--probably my biggest issue with style analysis right now is that my ID is formal--RDE--and I feel like it often looks inappropriate to look my "best."
6/17/2019 08:00:19 am
I relate to this. In this system, I am probably a eci or cgi (classic and ingenue for sure, then some ethereal and perhaps some gamine) and I really don't like basic blue jeans. I am also a soft autumn (in this system) or borderline warm & delicate/cool & delicate in artistic license from merriam style so those bright and dark blues are a no for me. If they were nicely evenly coloured, fine. I don't dislike the shape of jeans, but I don't like the bleached, blue look. Some tears ruin it completely: it just doesn't go with my sweet, classic looking facial features and aura. I really wish coloured jeans in all shapes and sizes were more of a thing.
6/14/2019 02:15:42 am
Oasis, chech out my pinterest boards! I have casual wear, not only evening wear. Some boards are still missing, but I'm working on it. https://fi.pinterest.com/aboutstyling/boards
6/15/2019 03:38:20 pm
6/16/2019 03:46:45 am
Janelle, I'm so glad you liked my boards! I'm working on the NGI board.
6/18/2019 07:52:19 am
I don't agree Janelle. I know there are proper formal examples because I have found them.The main issue here is the fact that it's not easy or impossible to choose ED when doing style calculator because there is no formal interpretation. I'm writing this because that was the reason I made mistake and didn't choose my style. After months I came into conclusion I'm ED, but it wasn't calculator but other people's pinterests.
6/18/2019 01:40:43 pm
Janelle, what do you think about my NGI board so far?
6/18/2019 03:03:53 pm
6/19/2019 02:46:02 am
Janelle, thank you for your kind words! I believe Emma Stone might have a fourth essence: Ethereal.
6/27/2019 02:16:05 am
OK. So, why do people consider this type of beauty guides undiscriminating? Useful. Definitely. Fun to explore? For most people, yes. But undiscriminating? This is a guide that tells you to wear styles that have a specific vibe. This is extremely limiting and does not remotely take a person's taste into account. What about people that don't like any of their potential style ids?They can't be well-dressed according to this guide. Styles have vibes and based on that you are barring people from a lot of potential choices. This guide is very critical of not dressing for your id or season. Celebs that have unique styles are criticized for being themselves. On the soft autumn page you are complaining about Adele's eyeliner. Seriously? Miley Cyrus hasn't lost her true self because she has dyed her hair.You criticized Lady Gaga's look in a blog post. It's awkward to talk about inclusiveness and criticize artistic choices.
6/28/2019 11:11:31 pm
Rachel’s doing a service to people who seek to create a look that harmonizes with their facial features. I’m a Natural Ingenue and have a very sweet face but an awful mouth, I can dress to suit my pricklier side if I want, but that’s not what the site is about? It does what it says on the tin. If you disagree with it, why not go elsewhere? There’s nothing not inclusive about describing what creates visual harmony. Gaga’s teal hair is specifically not a harmonious choice. It’s poppy and dramatic and that’s literally the point. Why would it be recommended on a site that prioritizes a harmonious look? It would be lucky, but UNUSUAL for a person’s whole personality and vibe to match their face. How can you expect a person to begin to synthesize a stranger’s whole personality and consciousness into a Pinterest board, baby? Just use something else if this doesn’t satisfy you. 😂
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