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Refusing to be just another pretty face BeautiControl Cosmetics' Jinger Heath used color analysis as a catalyst to make her company successful
Standing in a spotlight on stage in front of the top salespeople in her company, BeautiControl Cosmetics Inc. Chairman Jinger Heath delivers her "what's hot and what's not" fashion forecast.
Heath, a short but striking woman, stands out even in a crowd of image consultants.
For starters, she's wearing a hot-pink pantsuit with flowing pants accented by chartreuse accessories -- a scarf draped around her neck, a scarf pulling back her beyond-shoulder-length hair and shoes. A flashy broach, big earrings and an impressive-looking jeweled ring complete the outfit.
But the real stand-out quality comes as she delivers her prognostications for spring looks, demonstrating her fashion savvy and ability to mesmerize her audience.
"The Chanel look continues to be strong . . . lots of fringe and tassels.
"Chin-length hair . . . the bob . . . much sleeker hair.
"Stripes are big, but dots are bigger."
She illustrates her ideas on what's in with slides of torn-out magazine pages. She punctuates her points on what's out with sometimes humorous, sometimes sarcastic asides.
"Lip liner that shows -- ooh icky poo. …