Styling Tips

Styling Tips by Michael Dye, Michael  has been working as a fashion editor for over 15 years and he gives us today the 5 tips to fresh up your look and the 5 stylish tips for the Red Carpet. With London Fashion Week around the corner, you have to look fabulous, not just for the red carpet, but also for your daily routine.

5 tips to fresh up your look

  1. Invest in a personal stylist even if it’s once they will come over look at your wardrobe in a different way to you create new looks and help you achieve an overhaul for the new season
  1. Be brave try a punchier lip colour I just told a friend of mine she would really suit hot pink on her lips, now she wears nothing else!
  1. Try adding a colour in your wardrobe that you have not tried before yellows or reds both can be great for both brunettes and blondes…
  1. If I am feeling like I need a lift, I go and have a spray tan, I love btan for a natural glow
  1. As s/summer is approaching invest in a new pair of sunglasses they can really change a look both vintage and new try a new shape go with a friend so you can get a first hand opinion.


5 Tips for the Red Carpet

Great dress great colour but all actresses need to study poses more holding this dress out like a fan does not for her or the gown create a beautiful shape work with the gown not against it!
This look does nothing for her, it’s such an unflattering shape, and red is not a forgiving colour if your of a womanly shape, she would have looked great in a men’s tuxedo with her hair slicked back and a red lip...
This dress looks way too long, I like the concept but need to be shorter, and some sort of collier would have been nice.
Could be a great dress just not on this beautiful woman, with her amazing curves I would have chosen a more sexy curvy gown and the hair with more volume at the back...

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