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I have heard a lot about how to choose the right colour for your nails. Some people recommend matching your nail colour to that of your lipstick while others suggest you pair it with your clothing.

In my opinion the best method is to match it to your skin tone. In addition you need to get the base colour right.

Here are my tips for the different complexion types to help you choose the right shade of nail polish for you.

Pale Complexion

The best shades for you are the lighter ones with a pink or blue base. Pastels are a good choice as are pinks or reds.

• Polish tip – choose a blue based polish
• Consider – pale pastel pink, blue, green, peach or beige
• Avoid – dark blue, black, yellow, green, gold or orange

Last month I talked about how eating appetisers and sweet things can adversely affect your skin.  This month I look at the effects of alcohol and processed foods plus dairy products.  

Fact 3:

The indulgence – alcohol and processed foods.

The effect – overindulgence can lead to dehydration which can result in a pasty appearance, puffy skin and visible lines.

Now everyone enjoys a little extra indulgence when they are holiday but you do need to be aware of how what you put into your body can adversely affect your skin.

Fact 1:

• The indulgence – meat and cheese appetisers.
• The effect – if you eat too much protein you run the risk of thicker, more stagnant lymphatic fluid which can result in dull, puffy skin and dark circles.

You may be aware that I am fully trained as a Dermalogica beauty therapist and skin care specialist. In fact I have recently revisited my top tier training in Dermalogica’s education programme and I am pleased to confirm I have maintained my expert status.

Dermalogica is recognised as a global leader in the field of professional skin therapist education. They know that their dedicated students are vital to the success of their skin care brand around the world. In turn, customers and clients benefit from the expert knowledge of the practitioners and are rewarded with the optimum in skin health and care.

I recently had the pleasure of introducing Carol H to one of Dermalogica’s newest treatments - ProSkin60.

Dermalogica describe ProSkin60 as “the ultimate treatment, different every time” and I must say it is proving to be a great success. It is the ideal choice for clients who want a fully comprehensive experience that addresses all their skin concerns. The result is healthy glowing skin every time.

Anyway, a few days after her treatment Carol sent me this email:

“I recently had the brand new Dermalogica treatment ProSkin60 with Sam Baggott at Therapy by Sam Baggott. All I have to say is WOW!