With New Year here, and my slightly bizarre obsession with the Photoshopped images of Kim Kardashian’s curvaceous bum, I’ve been wondering what lengths she and other models go to to achieve what they consider as the body beautiful. I must admit my favourite new models have embraced their curves, and made a career out of them – Mia Tyler and Crystal Renn, just beautiful!
So it’s not impossible. With that in mind, what do you have to do to achieve those supermodel looks?
Be gone, body hair
Do people ever confuse you with a shaggy dog? Have you ever been harangued by conspiracy theorists claiming you’re Big Foot? Do you regularly trip over your armpit hair?
Then it’s time say goodbye to those functionless follicles for good.
Laser hair removal, where your locks are scythed permanently (and painlessly) with a laser, is the ideal way to gain smooth and hairless skin. After a maximum of six sessions, your body won‘t have a spot of hair on it.
It’s an ideal timesaver, meaning you won’t have to go through the irritations of shaving or waxing ever again. So book an appointment and you’ll have a perfect bod when bikini season comes calling.
From Domino’s to dieting
The new year has only just kicked in, but that doesn’t mean you should continue your festive feasting. As a resolution for 2015, why not set aside those Domino’s boxes, mince pies and Diet Coke binges and get a healthy diet underway?
That doesn’t mean you have to fill your stomach with meals blander than a handful of beige attending a Michael McIntyre concert. With the right ingredients, breakfast, lunch and teatime will be tasty and nutritious.
Rustle up meals using superfoods (fruit and veg high in vitamins and minerals) and add some pop to them using beets or tangy sauces.
With a a clean and healthy diet, you feel good mind body and soul.
Exercising – without the hassle
If you’re the kind of person who prefers a Game of Thrones marathon to 25 squat thrusts, then getting into the exercising frame of mind can be a nightmare. To combat your lethargy, start small.
Try exercising for a breezy 15 minutes a day for a few weeks. It’ll be just enough time to build your strength, but not so long that you’ll sigh your way through it.
Slowly, you’ll feel the need to add an extra five minutes to your workout regime, and then another and another, until you’re working out like a pro.
Gaining a limber frame is a marathon, not a sprint. So build up your routine and you’ll soon be fighting fit and looking great!