Sunday Mail - Body and Soul - - FRONT PAGE -

In the time it takes to squeeze into th­ese un­der­gar­ments, they prom­ise to make you look ki­los lighter. They’re par­tic­u­larly good un­der party at­tire or clingy clothes when you want to hide the muf­fin top and sad­dle­bag thighs.

How­ever, health ex­perts warn that shapewear is only a tem­po­rary fix and shouldn’t be­come a wardrobe sta­ple or re­place ex­er­cise and a healthy diet. There have also been sug­ges­tions that the way they com­press your or­gans isn’t good for your over­all health. Still, they’re handy in emer­gen­cies. Ev­ery beauty ex­pert and stylist will tell you that a golden glow will help to elon­gate your legs, mask any dim­pling on your limbs and make you look healthy. You can do it your­self with a self-tan prod­uct, or visit a pro­fes­sional spray tan­ner, who will know what colour will suit you and en­sure it’s ap­plied evenly. Turn to page 7 for fake tan­ning tips from b+s beauty ex­pert Donna Dug­gan.

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