Christmas Party Preparation: 1 Week To Go

It’s only seven sleeps to go. So, now is the time to get the last-minute prep done so you’re sure to be the belle of the ball.

Being smooth is always a winner when it comes to party season. Most people feel their best when their areas are in order, waxing offers the best long-term solution (unless you’ve already had laser or IPL) If you think about it now you can get your hairs the right length and then enjoy the two to three weeks of smoothness until the New Year. Prices vary and most local beauticians offers a whole array of waxing services.

Eyebrow tint and shape. Whether you prefer to thread, wax or pluck your brows, tackle those tricky little hairs a few days before to ensure any redness or sensitivity is well and truly gone. Combine it with a tint to define the shape even more, and you’ll find you need less brow product to fill them. Ever tried a HD Brow treatment? If not, why not?! Get you brows on point with this seven-step treatment that won’t break the bank.

Everyone around this time has lost all hope of retaining any summer bronze. So, a spray tan is a must. Party season always calls for a good old bronzing. Even if you can only see an inch of each calf in your Christmas party dress, the long-lasting glow it will add to your face will hide the signs of hangovers to come. Book in two days before a big event, so you can go after work, marinate overnight, and shower it off in the morning. It will only set you back around £30 and is well worth donning the comical throw-away paper thong.

Last but not least, a manicure and pedicure are needed. Coat your nails in long-lasting colour with a gel mani at home or treat yourself to a pamper and book into a salon. If you make this the last bit of your prep, you should be able to get through the season chip-free until the New Year. Manicures cost around £25- £30 depending on the level of pampering you choose.