Yourwellness Magazine Reveals Celebrity Beauty Secrets

With Sharon Osbourne openly discussing her anti-ageing plastic surgery procedures, Yourwellness Magazine looked at other measures celebrities go to in the name of beauty.

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London, UK (PRWEB UK) 19 December 2013

Sharon Osbourne has recently talked about her plastic surgery procedures, revealing that getting her vagina tightened was the most painful of all the work she has had done, The Huffington Post reported November 30th. The article, “Sharon Osbourne Says Getting Her Vagina Tightened Was 'Excruciating,' Talks Ozzy's Relapse,” noted that, on last week’s The Graham Norton Show, Graham Norton complimented the X Factor judge on her youthful looks, to which she replied she had undergone numerous procedures to maintain them. Osbourne then admitted to getting her "vagina tightened," saying it "was the worst" and "just excruciating." (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/30/sharon-osbourne-vagina-tightened_n_4364048.html)

This inspired Yourwellness Magazine to look into other celebrity anti-ageing secrets. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘We all want the latest skin saving secret to help us stave off the wrinkles for a little longer, and the best people to look to are the make-up artists to the stars. These people know all the bests tips and tricks for glowing, smooth skin that will help you look younger for longer. According to the experts, the most convincing anti-ageing make-up begins with colour – spray tans are the safest way to achieve this and will help you achieve that California glow that all the celebs crave.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/11/celebrity-skin-secrets-turn-back-years/#sthash.bbQMuO47.dpuf)

Yourwellness Magazine advised readers who don’t want an all-over tan to try bronzing powder instead. Yourwellness Magazine explained that a light dusting of bronzer over the cheeks and any areas of the face and shoulders where the sun naturally hits will give readers a gentle glow that will knock years off instantly. Yourwellness Magazine warned readers against relying on the sun itself for a tan as experts agree that this is incredibly ageing and also dangerous, due to the risk of skin cancer. Yourwellness Magazine recommended that readers use an SPF every day and to reapply when outside for long periods of time.

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