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Published on: 28 Feb 2017 by arnoldweber112
When the sun finally returns and those blistering winter
winds calm down, it’s time to get outside again and get to the pool. If you
want to look really great while lounging around, here are some tips on what you
Get your skin ready
Everyone agrees that a tan can make you look slimmer and
your skin smoother, so give yourself a little bit of colour before you decide
to bare all. Don’t use instant tan, though. Instead, use a moisturiser that
will give you a gradual tan. That way you’ll be killing two birds with one
stone: making your skin soft and tanned at the same time. If you lightly
exfoliate regularly and use a few nourishing masks every now and then, too,
you’ll have radiant and tanned skin in no time. Don’t forget to keep your skin
moisturised while you’re by the pool and don’t be afraid to liberally apply
sunblock. It’s better to be only lightly bronzed than burned to a crisp.
Don’t forget about
the rest of the family
If you’re going on a family holiday and hoping to look like
something that rocketed out of Beverly Hills then don’t ignore the needs of
your family – they deserve to look good too. All you need is some good quality
designer swimming outfits. With a timeless style they’ll last your family for
years and they’ll look good no matter where you go on holiday. Look at brands
like Thomas Royall to find some stunning kids designer swim shorts (and
even some adult swim shorts that match). These shorts are simple, not too
expensive and can look cool on anyone. Plus, the good quality fabric and make
will keep them in one piece for as long as your kids can fit in them.
Stiletto and cork wedges around the pool are an
absolute NO! Unless you’re a 54 year old cougar after her third face-lift
eyeing up the cabana boy, stick to some elegant flat sandals. You can never go
wrong with gladiator straps if you haven’t got much of an eye for style, or
find some adventurous sandals in patterns and colours for a lively and youthful
look. Don’t forget to paint your toenails, too.
While the ‘beach body ready’ fad is mostly a load
of nonsense, there’s nothing wrong with toning up before you hang out by the
pool. Your swimsuit will fit better, you’ll feel better and you can guiltlessly
consume a lifetime supply of mojitos and ice cream. So, indulge in some weight
training to shape your body and accentuate your natural curves.
The outfit is obviously the most important part of
your look, so make sure you get it right. Get a swimming costume or bikini that
fits you first and foremost and covers what needs to be covered. When it comes
to patterns and colours, avoid passing trends and stick with what your gut
tells you. Just make sure you accessorise it with a floaty sarong and a classy