How it is correct to put on for a public statement?
Hello. We continue to share cunnings and secrets of imidzhmeykersky art. And today we will talk about such professional stylistic piece as visual vibration. It, stylists, that hardly noticeable, but paramount moment say, without having considered which, it is possible to nullify all our efforts to look beautiful.
So, visual vibration. It turns out that some colors and drawings of fabrics, brilliant metal in jewelry and spectacle frames, a make-up of bright tones cause undesirable effect. This feature needs to be considered if you have to appear on television, on a scene and in general at any public statement. In this case, you should deal with powerful spotlights when which using it is quite difficult to keep balance of some flowers - in particular, such contrast as white, black and red.
From the above-named flowers red is especially strongly inclined to cause visual vibration. You see a red spot long before make out the person. Red color is unstable, it “ spreads “ out of image contours also breaks focusing. Thus, we draw a conclusion that it is better to avoid bright red shades.
The same concerns some undesirable drawings of fabric which can merge and vibrate. For example, fabrics in a strip, peas, iridescent stains, a cage, motley patterns at a certain lighting are fraught with undesirable effects. As the TV viewer you could pay attention to the strange blinking (it still call effect of moire stains) arising in that case when the TV reporter decides to put on a striped shirt, a tie in small peas or a checkered jacket.
Therefore the basic rule of the choice of color of clothes before any public statement is reduced to the fact that it is better to look for it in the middle of a range. The closer to the middle of a range, the color will be better to look, and the less will be chances to turn into a big iridescent spot. In a word, you wear clothes of pastel, soft tones - it also is fashionable, and is practical on a case of sudden need to give interview for the Central television.