If you are looking for some summer sale deals or for a last minute summer cover up, visit Boden’s clearance section here and the above white summer flower skirt here. Some nice sale things to view. Print skirt here, and shorts here. I think it’s a good time to buy summer clothing, you get a late bargain, and you have planned ahead for next year’s summer wardrobe!
The Boden Tunic Cover Up above.
Of course, if you do wear shorts or summer skirts you may need to’ set dress’ your legs too…If you are lucky enough to have perfect pins – good on you! Summer is well and truly here and I have not had the chance to lie horizontal, get my legs sun kissed, tanned or even get to grips with the numerous fake tans available.
Covermark camouflage make up
My store cupboard beauty leg regime for pale legs and blemishes goes like this – I usually apply my favourite face foundation, a tinted moisturiser that I have been buying for years from Tesco called Skin Wisdom, and then a light dusting powder. I also use a product to conceal blemishes, called Cover Mark, featured above. If you are unsure of the shade, buy a trial mini tester pack from The Garden Pharmacy – an easy to navigate website or if you are near London, pop into their Covent Garden store.
Estee Lauder Camouflage Make up
I also use Estee Lauder’s Maximum Cover Camouflage Make Up, seen above,with 12 hour cover. Search the camouflage make up section, at The Garden Pharmacy. I have purchased the Estee Lauder product direct from the Estee Lauder website, who offer a good delivery service too.
Vichy Dermablend have a large range too.
Vichy Dermablend featured above. Finish off with a sweep of your face bronzer, and you are done and dusted! When the weather cools down or for work and the evenings, add a very sheer denier tights like the bronzing tights from M & S.
On a fashion shoot, before the days of digital enhancements, a make up artist’s job included ‘dressing’ the models’ legs to hide any blemishes or to give them a summer glow. I’m no beauty expert, but I would often watch this process – and the way to apply cover up creams, is to have a light touch. You may need to blend more than one shade, or you could end up with a brown stain mark, so use tiny ‘dabbing’ amounts.
My Weekend Style Post, is now my newly established once a week slot – so look out for me during your weekends.