Colour, Colour Psychology, First Impressions, Purple

Colour Psychology: The Colour Purple

At First Impressions we love purple.  We chose it as out brand colour, so we would say that wouldn’t we?!

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  • Purple stands for:
  • Creative
  • Confident
  • Innovative
  • High Quality
  • Authentic
  • Successful
  • Royalty

With purple being a mix of red and blue, it is neither overtly masculine or feminine, so a great colour for us to use as we work with both men and women.

I also love my purple dress made by the fabulous Camelle Daily of House of Ilona.  Here I am in an historic photograph with founder of First Impressions Judith Halpin (centre) and second owner, Julia Campion (left).  I am proud to be the third owner of the 30 year-old business.

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All great traits to be associated with!

Lyn Bromley MFIPI, ACMA –  Managing Director, First Impressions  Lyn Bromley is Managing Director of First Impressions Training Ltd and a Master of The Federation of Image Professionals International. (FIPI)  She is also Director of Regional Events at FIPI and a leader of Achiever’s Academy for Women. Please contact us if you would like to know more about our programmes, bespoke image training or one-to-one coaching.  First Impressions have a network of over 150 consultants working across the UK – to find one in your area visit the website and take a look at the consultant map. Telephone: +44 (0)1926 623038 Email: enquiries@firstimpressions.uk.com Website: www.firstimpressions.uk.com

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