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The Rock-itt : June 2011
This Seasons Bikini comps are starting to heat up to Grand Finals Season, give some of our readers out there a few tips on how to be bikini grand final ready at home? Jazz it up - add som e sequins or pearls, even just a ribbon around the waist. I definitely think that your attire is important, if it ’s sparkling and bright it’s going to attract attention and you’re less likely to be "forgotten”. Tan - a good tan is really important. Whatever makes you feel good - if you feel good you will look good. TRENDS ALERT.. There is no disguising the trends of 2011, not only do they seem to be crossing over with previous seasons, the colours are still vibrant and most articles of clothing I have seen lately have left me with a sense of longing. Here are a few tips to keep your head above the trendy waters this autumn starting with your luscious lips. Firstly, make sure you always moisturise as these cooler months can play havoc on our skin. Lucas Paw Paw ointment is the obvious choice this season!! The heavy conditioning treatment keeps your luscious lips glossy in the most amazing colour available, YOU!! But for those of us who are after more than neutral 0plum, berry and blackened red are this season’s lip colour of choice, a little bit of bright lippy is essential to brighten up the grim weather ahead. Pastels are still in season, a light beautiful cross over between seasons reminding us that summer was once here. Soft colours can do wonders for your skin tones, brightening your look up without screaming, “IAM HERE “, as some previous trends have unfortunately achieved. This season some of our more classic trends have had a military overhaul; add that with a little mix of muted tones, moss, army colours and khaki edges and you have yourself a uniform for winter. Here is a shot of my Fashionista Find – I have never met her but I stalked her for a picture! What can you recommend for girls who want to buy your lingerie, are there any tips to finding the perfect pair to suit? Choose lingerie that suits the occasion and your personality, colours that compliment your skin tone and hair colour and a style that complim ents your shape. Brooke Estelle Lingerie Is available for private purchase for more information contact Brooke Palmer on her email firstname.lastname@example.org Want to look younger, less tired, less angry? Get rid of unwanted crow’s feet, forehead lines and frown lines Try antiwrinkle injections In a friendly, safe family practice setting Call for an appointment 9997-3911 Dr Rowena Giard MBBS, FRACGP Pittwater Family Practice 1791 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale