Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where are you located?
We are located at 2800 S. Hulen Street in Fort Worth, Texas. Our studio is on the bottom floor of Rivertree Plaza, a rock building with a brown roof (please see picture). You can reach us by traveling eith I-30 or I-20, we are almost directly between the two. From I-30, travel south on Hulen, over the Trinity River Bridge, and take a right on Rivertree as soon as you pass Specs. From I-20, travel north on Hulen, past Tom Thumb and DSW. Take a left on Rivertree right before you reach Specs. If you park in the back of the building and come in the back door, we are the second studio on the right.
Q: Why is my new custom foundation lighter than my old one?
As your custom foundation becomes exposed to air over time, it darkens both in the bottle and on your face. Because your new foundation has not been exposed to air, it may appear lighter than your old one. Before returning it to us to be darkened, first try it on. It may be the perfect shade. If you are still unsatisfied with the color, bring it back to us, and we will be happy to adjust the color for you.
Q: What consultation should I get first?
We recommend completing the color analysis as your first consultation because people are immediately attracted to the colors that you wear. Having your colors analyzed will make the most impact on your clothing decisions. When doing a closet audit and personal shopping, the color fan will be used to select clothing that highlights your best features. Our color analysis also includes a complete cosmetic makeover for women so that your new colors and makeup will be cohesive.
Q: Should I get my hair cut or colored before a consultation?
No. During your color analysis, we will recommend a hair color that compliments your body’s natural coloring. In addition, a style analysis will include hair cut suggestions. Schedule your hair appointment after your consultation because you will receive recommendations for changes.
Q: Will you travel outside of Fort Worth?
Stoltz Image consultants will travel within Tarrant County for no charge. There will be a travel fee for any consultations outside of Tarrant County.
Q: Does it matter what time of year I come in for my color analysis?
If your skin remains the same color year round, then you can come in for a color analysis at any time. However, if you become very tan in the summer or you have just come back from a beach vacation, we recommend that you do not schedule your color analysis while you still have a strong tan.
Q: How should I prepare for a color analysis?
Wear clothing and makeup that is reflective of your lifestyle. Also, do not forget to bring your makeup so that we can give you tips on which products are complimentary of the colors selected in your color analysis.
Q: How long will a color analysis take?
A color analysis typically takes about two and a half hours for women which includes a cosmetic makeover and one and half hours for men.
The color fan contains fabric swatches that make it easy to match your colors to clothing. The fan also comes inside an eyeglass case to make it convenient to take with you on your shopping trips.
Q: If I have had my colors done under The Four Seasons System, why do I need another color analysis?
The seasons color system is limited to only four color classifications. There are many variations in human colorings, and the seasons system does not account for this. Our customized color analysis requires a trained eye that can see all color variations. By comparing your natural coloring to hundreds of shades we are able to choose the ones that enhance your natural beauty. Please call the studio to set up an appointment for your customized color analysis (817-924-8300).
Q: How should I prepare for a style analysis?
Make sure to bring some of your favorite and some of your least favorite clothing items. Please bring up to ten items of clothing. You should also wear clothing that is not bulky and shoes that are easily removed. In addition, please make sure to wear your most supportive bra to the consultation.
Q: How long will a style analysis take?
A style analysis takes about one and a half hours for women.