With The Toronto International Film Festival in this month’s calendar, there will be many A-list actors spotted around town. Most actors dedicate a big portion of their lives on looking good for the camera and the red carpet. This month I’m giving you a few simple, effective tips to steal from Hollywood to get you read carpet ready and looking your best.
One of the most important rules to looking red carpet ready is adequate sleep. If you get the requisite 6–8 hours of shut eye a night, your complexion will glow and your skin will be firmer and show fewer lines. While our bodies are at rest we regenerate our cells, and repair our muscles. You will look better and feel better all around.
DRINK LOTS OF H2O
Instead of picking up that can of soda, opt for some refreshing water. Soda is one of the worst things for your body: it is full of sugar and causes weight gain. Water cleanses your body inside out, and again is essential in attaining that red carpet glowing complexion. Drinking the recommended 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water daily will keep you hydrated and looking fantastic.
I understand that most A-list actors hire trainers and spend many hours in the gym. Well, I’m here to tell you that most of us don’t need to devote that many hours for exercise. The biggest advice I can give to someone who wants to physically get in shape or lose a few pounds is this: WHEN YOU CONSISTENTLY MOVE YOUR BODY YOU WILL GET RESULTS. It doesn’t matter if your movement means taking 20 minute walks, hour gym sessions, or 2 hour dance classes. The bottom line is that if you start to move your body, in whichever way you choose, and do this on a consistent basis, you will see results. Your body will start changing shape.
As this month approaches and you start to look around your beautiful city and spot some A-list actors, don’t be jealous or intimidated, know that you can also look red carpet ready. If you follow my tips you can feel just as beautiful as the actors you’ll be seeing in this year’s festival. Enjoy all the great films, and have a happy, healthy September!
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