Lauren’s commitment to her clients is to stay abreast of all developments in the field of color through continuing education, and to use modern color tools to achieve the most accurate results.  


About lauren


Lauren F. Battistini is a certified color analyst with over 11 years of experience in her field. As former CEO of a color + wardrobe consulting group, Lauren used state-of-the-art 12-tone color analysis to determine clients’ ideal color palettes. She also hosted style + color events for small groups + corporate clients, partnered with large retailers + cosmetic brands, and appeared as a color + style expert for local + nationally syndicated television.

Lauren is credentialed in the fields of personal color analysis and full-service business color consulting. She was first certified as a Sci\ART Global professional color analyst by Kathryn Kalisz, founder of the Sci\ART system.  Lauren furthered her training in 2009 with Kalisz in a class entitled, ‘Color Mixing + Matching.’

In 2015, Lauren expanded her professional knowledge base with a course in color + design for professionals, taught by Leatrice Eiseman, founder of Eiseman + Associates and Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.

As of October 2017, Lauren is now an ebhues™ certified color analyst, making her the only analyst worldwide to be trained by ebhues™ creator Darin Wright on this full spectrum, customized system of color analysis. This is a high honor for Lauren and enables her to individualize + expand color palettes for clients, offering them even more options for cosmetics + wardrobe building.


Let’s skip the awkward emails

Lauren Battistini attended an intensive program in color and design for professionals that I taught in the summer of 2015. I found her to be a woman of exceptional talent and ability. It was obvious from the first day of class that she is a born leader as she is engaging, creative, resourceful, and willing to work hard and share her ideas with others. I would happily endorse her for a variety of color-related endeavors.
— Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute

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