When was the last time you blitzed through 24,000 sit-ups in a 30-minute session? Or gritted your teeth through 24,000 thigh-sculpting squats? Don’t be alarmed; these are trick questions. We know it’s physically impossible to reach those reps.
While an ever-growing raft of concealers is making it easier than ever to disguise tired eyes, dark circles are still the biggest beauty bugbear for 25% of us. That comes above wrinkles, blemishes, dullness, and a whole host of other skincare woes.
It’s summer’s cruelest catch 22: just as silk shirts, camis and dresses come back in style, a heat wave dashes our sartorial dreams by sending temperatures sky-high. We all know sweat and silk aren’t a match made in heaven, just like sweat and… well, any fabric really.
Have you heard of ‘tweakments’ yet? It’s the name beauty experts are using for subtle aesthetics; the treatments that refine and ‘tweak’ your features without transforming how you look.
We all know that a sweep of contour powder works wonders at sculpting skin. A gentle dusting under cheekbones or along the jawline takes your complexion from lacklustre to lifted in seconds.
Are you suffering from ‘tech neck’? It might sound like the latest launch from Apple, but the reality is far less covetable. In fact, it’s a pain in the neck – quite literally.
Who doesn’t want to emerge from lockdown looking fresh, bright and well-rested? After months spent inside, the prospect of a buzzing social calendar has many thinking about their favourite beauty treatments.
Post-lockdown facial treatments are high on the agenda, as we bid farewell to the dull skin and tired eyes we’ve acquired over the past year. But, what about body sculpting treatments?
A laser treatment for skin may sound a little bit ‘sci-fi’, but there’s nothing fictional about its cutting-edge results. In fact, a facial laser is able to treat all manner of skin concerns, from acne scarring to sun damage.