It’s safe to say everyone can find one (or more) thing(s) they’d like to change about their physical appearance. Many people turn to surgical procedures to achieve a desired look. Unfortunately, between the high costs, potential side affects, and health risks, plastic surgery may not always be the best choice. However, there are a large variety of ways you can attain the look of plastic surgery, without ever going under the knife.
Do you crave to rid yourself of those sausage thighs, potbelly or swollen backside? You may be tempted to get a series of nips & tucks, but the truth is that exercise is the best way to get, and keep your body tone and youthful. In conjunction with a balanced diet, your energy level will increase, as well as your self-esteem.
Body shapers are also an excellent way to give you that Dr. 90210 look. Spanx’s ‘Higher Power’ shaper comes highly recommended to slim, smooth and shape your figure. If you’re looking for a knife-free way to improve your cup size “Perfect Cleavage’ may met with your approval. This product, which contains many natural ingredients, has been proven to give breasts a more fuller look. And of course, there’s always the Miracle Bra (big up to Victoria’s Secret).
After years of laughs and cries, your face is bound to start showing signs of wear and tear. Too many people these days run straight into the dermatologist’s office to get a fresh dose of botox or worse yet, consult a plastic surgeon for a face left consultation. There’s a wide array of non-surgical approaches to keep your face looking youthful. Skin firming serums such as Perricone Neuropeptide Facial Conformer help to keep skin firm and glowing, while La Mer’s Face Lifting Serum prevents sagging and wrinkling.
Time-tested make-up techniques can greatly enhance your beauty as well. According to Holly Mordin, Smashbox Cosmetic’s director of global artistry, it’s all about having the right tools.
“Using the right brushes, the right application tools [is] key to making the products go on the way they are intended and to give you the look that you want. For a professional makeup artist, the tools are as important as the products.”