Stars don’t just roll out of bed looking re-carpet ready. It can take months of prep and a team of helpers to look this good. Here’s some tips and trick on how to achieve that a-lister glow for your next big occasion.
Your Best Skin Ever
# For a red-carpet glow, exfoliate a few times a week to remove the build-up of dead skin cells, leaving your complexion smoother and brighter. It will also reduce the likelihood of a breakout on the day as exfoliation helps to prevent pores from becoming blocked.
# Hydrating face masks are the easiest way to make skin look plumper. Applying a mask at least once a week for a month before your event will be more effective than having just one salon treatment.
ON THE DAY: Firm and brighten your skin with one of the new-generation skin-tightening products that temporarily disguise fin lines.
Your Best Hair Ever
# The ideal time to have your hair cut and coloured is a week before the event says Anthony Nader from RAW salon in Sydney. ‘This is your ends to look super clean and polished, and so your hair colour looks healthy and shiny.’
# The quickest way to revive dull, dry strands is with an intense hair treatment. Celebs had to the salon bust you can get similar results at home if you start a routine early – treating your hair at least once a week for a month should make a big difference.
ON THE DAY: To fake super-glossy hair, use a shine spray all over your finished style.
Your Best Body Ever
# Celebrities normally go for a series of body firming and smoothing treatments for months before a big awards show. Your at home fix? Try a clay-based treatment to give skin a firmer look.
# A spray tan a few days before the big event will make you look more toned. Prep by moisturising daily.
ON THE DAY: Moisturise from head to toe, concentrating on dry areas such as your elbows and knees, so your skin glows al over.