This week our beloved Queen celebrates her 96th birthday and I hope you enjoy my small tribute as I take a look at her rainbow wardrobe. In fact, our Rainbow Queen!
Spring is desperately trying to establish a foothold here but for some of you the temperatures are rising fast and there's a bit more flesh on show. Upper arms cause a problem for most women as we get older so I look at some ways to overcome the problems.
Are you concerned about upper arm fat or feel that you have thick arms overall?
At home or away it's Springtime and, for many of you temperatures are already climbing high. It's time to show some flesh!
As we age fat does tend to settle in the upper arms however conscious you are of overall health and weight - in fact weight isn't always a factor. And of course softened muscle tone means that the flesh on our arms is inevitably softer, fleshier and more 'baggy'. There are ways...
Even when you make changes to your hair and skin tone Color Analysis is rarely caught out!
Between the two photos below, Lucie has deepened her hair color and gained a tan (well she does live in the south of France!). But skin undertone and eye color never change and Lucie's hair color has only strengthened her natural shade. Even if your hair color changes drastically a little root growth can tell the story!
Lucie sits very happily in the Autumn palette. When you go on holiday do you choose brighter clothes than when you're at home? If you feel more vivacious with a tan it may encourage you to wear your brightest colors.