If you’re looking forward to summer, why not get ready for the beach? Prepare for those long, balmy days throughout spring and look fantastic when the hot months arrive – here’s how.
Buy a new bikini
If last year’s bikini is not worth holding on to – hit the shops pre-holiday. Leave it as late as possible to buy new swimwear (so you can buy the right size) and find something that flatters your shape. If you’re naturally blessed, opt for something with secret support, but if you’re assets are small look for padding, frills and extra detailing. Breast reduction can enhance your boobs, but wearing the right attire can improve your confidence – without the need for plastic surgery.
Slim into your bikini
After a long, cold winter – it’s time to try on your bikini. Dig out your favorite swimwear from the back of the drawer and put it on. This might sound daunting, but it’s important to know what you’re dealing with. Don’t worry if you’ve put on a few pounds (as it happens to the best of us) but perhaps aim to get in better shape for your vacation. Putting on your bikini during spring, is supposed to make you determined (rather than depressed) so get motivated. Hit the gym, follow a healthy eating regime and make the most of the great outdoors – it’ll be worth it in the long run.
There’s nothing quite like white sand and blue sea – but hairy legs can spoil the view. Therefore, it’s essential to wax, pluck or shave your body hair before you go anywhere near a seaside resort. Stubbly arms can put anyone off their ice cream, so make sure you have soft, smooth skin at all times. If you find regular hair removal methods tiresome, book a course of laser hair removal today – before the temperatures rise. This non-surgical procedure destroys hairs in the active growth stage of the hair cycle and has been proven to reduce regrowth. You’ll need a course of treatments to target all the follicles – but it’s definitely worth finding out more.
Accessories can transform an outfit, so try glamming up your bikini or swimsuit with an over-sized hat and bag. Find some flip-flops to match and purchase a sarong if you feel a little uncomfortable exposing too much flesh. Make sure you’re sunglasses look funky and don’t be afraid to wear jewellery along the promenade. A medley of bangles might be too much if you’re planning to sunbathe, but if a beachside meal’s on the cards – you should keep them to hand. There are many ways to look beautiful throughout 2012, but wearing the right accessories will definitely help.
Summer is here, so it’s time to book a relaxing holiday (if you haven’t already).
Isabella Franklin is a beauty blogger and runs cosmeticsurgeryguru.com, a blog dedicated to advice and guidance on all surgical and non-surgical procedures. She also enjoys writing about beauty, fashion and current health issues.