Makeover specialist: Only 25 percent of women look good in black

Makeover Specialist: Only 25% of Women Look Good in Black

It might be time to throw out that LBD. According to True You Makeovers founder and former Miss America finalist Sandi Rose Miller, only 25 percent of women can actually wear black.

Her system is meant to make shopping easier and understanding color fun and efficient. She uses four groups:

Type A is for 'Animated Achievers,'

Type B is for 'Bonding Blenders,'

Type C is for' Confident Completers,' and

Type D is for 'Dynamic Developers.'

Only those women who fall under Type C can wear black and look their best. Type A is characterized by Hillary Clinton, Type B is characterized by Gwyneth Paltrow, Type C is characterized by Courteney Cox and Type D is characterized by Kirsten Dunst.

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Makeover specialist: Only 25 percent of women look good in black
NEW YORK, NY - JULY 25: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks on stage at the campus of Lehman College for the Dream Big Day at the Bronx Children's Museum on July 25, 2014 in the Bronx borough of New York City. Children with the museum program, which is located on the Lehman campus, put on a performance for Clinton, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and some members of the City Council. The Dream Big program is a six-week summer arts enrichment program which was first created in 2010. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
GLENDALE, CA - MARCH 11: Gwyneth Paltrow attends An Evening With Chelsea Handler In Conversation with Gwyneth Paltrow at Alex Theatre on March 11, 2014 in Glendale, California. (Photo by JB Lacroix/WireImage)
NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 25: Courteney Cox is seen leaving her SoHo hotel on April 25, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Alessio Botticelli/GC Images)
NEW YORK, NY - MAY 04: Actress Kirsten Dunst attends the Rodarte Book Launch Party at Curve Boutique on May 4, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew Toth/Getty Images)

"It's kind of like feng shui for the body, energetically it either works for you or it works against you," says Sandi Rose Miller. "If a color maybe worked on us when we were younger it really won't work on us we have no wiggle room as we age."

"Your black may be navy, your black may be aubergine which is eggplant, you couldn't get a darker purple. Your instincts have been telling you all along, you've been having a little crunchy feeling of 'well, that kind of works and everyone tells me I look good in it, but I don't know I don't really want to wear it,' Listen to that!"
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