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Is it Time for Cosmetic Surgery?

Let’s face it not all of us are happy about the way we look.  Whether it is the bags under our eyes, the excess weight we can’t seem to shift or something we don’t like about ourselves.  Its human nature, especially in today’s society to look better and there is no shame in looking down the cosmetic surgery route. The way I see it, it is your body and if you want something done to improve yourself, it will only benefit you. What it can do for your own personal self-confidence is staggering, it can only have a benefit on your life.  Being happy and comfortable in your own skin feels amazing and you deserve nothing less. You may have tried every other route as well by working out like crazy or attempting other less invasive procedures and received minimal results. Below are some tips that will help you decipher if cosmetic surgery is right for you and where to start.

Be Sure

Cosmetic surgeries and treatments are something that you must be sure about.  They can help contribute to your happiness and how you want to look but depending on what you want doing it can be a process.  It is a big step and something that can be fairly nerve racking, especially for your first treatment.  It is an investment into a happier future and you will be in safe hands.  Like anything explore every aspect before going ahead.

Where to Start

When considering a cosmetic procedure a good place to start it by talking to your local GP.  They may be able to point to you in direction of a great beauty clinic and they can make you aware of any health issues that can be or will affect the procedure.


When you have a clinic in mind always check that they are registered.  You can ask the clinic directly for their certificate, if it something they can provide be wary.  Once all is confirmed have a look into the past procedures they have done, usually they will provide before and after photos from their clients and this is a great way to assess their work.  Read reviews also, there is no one better to hear from than past clients. It is really important to read through bad reviews as well as good ones.  It is all great reading the great things about a clinic but it is the bad things that you should take more notice of.  As I mentioned before this is something you are doing to make yourself happier, don’t let a bad clinic get in the way of that.

Visit the Clinic

It is always a great idea to visit the clinic before making any decisions.  Gather as much info as you can, take questions with you and most respected clinics will have no problem with helping you with all of your queries.  A local clinic I have used before called Sono Bello really impressed me with this, like you it was my first procedure and I didn’t really know what to expect.  This instantly put me at ease and it’s safe to say I would use there fantastic service again.

Love Yourself

Whatever procedure you are thinking about, I really hope this is a step towards loving yourself.  Be you, be happy!

What s Life Really Like As a CEO?

Being a CEO is the ultimate position for anyone who likes business, yet the sad truth for many of us is that we are unlikely to ever hold such a coveted position. For the few that will however, a great future awaits, the chance to step in the footsteps of highly inspirational mean and women. Around the world there are a great many CEOs who have made incredible success stories of themselves. People for example, like Marc Leder, CEO of Sun Capital Partners group, the successful investment group, a self-made man who works at the top of his profession, inspiring and leading. Whist many of us may not be on our way to the had of the board, there is still an allure to this job, which leaves many of us wondering what it is like.


Ultimately, the role of the CEO is highly stressful, the pressures which the job comes with are enormous and they are felt each and every day. More often than not there are key decisions to be made within the firm, meetings tone had, problems to resolve and an entire company to manage. The key to being a good CEO starts with stress management.


We should remember that those who get to the position of CEO are those who have strived for that exact position, and it is a role which anyone in business would love to have. For these reasons, the role of CEO is an exciting one, it is the best gig in town and there is a buzz which will come with holding the role.


Most CEOs are very busy men and women who are involved in far more than their own business, many take up positions on other types of boards and committees and as such, their schedules are usually packed with engagements. When you add the mix the amount of meetings and discussions which you need to have on a daily basis, you can start to see just how much talking is involved. Small talk, deep conservations and emotional discussion are all something that you can expect on a daily basis.


Few CEOs come out of their career unscathed and whilst there may be a great deal of ups and happiness during your time in charge, you should also expect there to be some downs. Many CEOs say that it is this uncertainty in business with is what keeps them alive and why they have chosen the careers which they have. Ultimately, the choice as to whether you have more ups than downs, depends on you.

Well Paid

It is no secret that the best paid men and women in the world are CEOs and for sure you will be able to count on a healthy salary in the role. Added to your salary you will usually find financial benefits such as a pension fund, health care, share options and lots of expenses.

What Skills Do You Need to Teach?

The famous saying goes that those who can, teach, but what exactly do they mean by ‘those who can’? In truth, those people who want to be a teacher, require a certain set of skills not only to gain the position in the first place, but to actually be a good, and an effective teacher. As a teacher there is a great responsibility on your shoulders to do the best job possible, so that you can provide the perfect learning experience for your students. I spoke to the Chairman of Alabama University, Kevin Rolle, an inspirational man who has dedicated his career to education, about what skills are required from anyone who wishes to teach.


Patience is a virtue which you will most certainly need if you want to be a good teacher, and it will be tested almost daily. Teaching anything can be a frustrating experience, especially if people don’t understand something. When such a situation arises, a good teacher must remain calm, and work out how they can best help someone, to understand what they are being shown. Teachers must deal with misbehavior and students often set out to frustrate the authority figure, you must ensure that your patience conquers these issues.


In order for a teacher to gain the respect of their students, they must have a deep and clear understanding of what they are teaching. In order to be the best at this, teachers must remain studious, in order to keep their knowledge strong and up to date. If you want to be the best teacher that you can be, you first need to be the best student.


Empathy is a key skill in the world of teaching and your role will actually supersede that of a teacher through the years. At various times during your career you may have to play a parent-figure to your students, a counselor, pr even just a shoulder to cry on or a listening ear. Students are likely to spend more time with you than anyone else, and should they need help, you will be the person that they will look to. Equally your empathy can help you to teach your students better, as you will be able to understand their personal situations, and therefore teach accordingly.


If you are not passionate about education, your chosen subject, or improving the lives of those students in your care, you will never succeed as a teacher. Everyone wants a job that makes them happy. Whilst there will be some days where you wish you had another career, the overriding feeling which you will have as a teacher should always be one that is filled with passion. Teachers with passion are the ones who get the best results, who are respected the most and those who go on to become great educators. If you truly want to be a teacher, displaying your passion for it is the first, and most important step.

Watch Outs For Your Home Extension

If anyone out there thinks that a home extension is an easy process, think again. Last year my wife and I took the decision to have our home extended in order to give our family some more space. After consulting with an architect and the wonderful construction guys at CBI Tulsa, we were all set to get the work underway. Whilst I never had any expectation that this was going to be a simple process, it did end up being far, far more complicated than I had previously thought. IF you are looking to get a house extension underway, I wanted to share with you some tips based on the experience which I had.

Planning Permission

Whatever you do when planning your extension, ensure that you have been granted the planning permission by your local council government agency, to be allowed to have the work completed. I decided that we should push ahead with the work first, and was consequently denied the planning permission. This meant that we had to go back to the drawing board and the extension ended up taking an extra month. The only advice I will offer here is not to be as laissez-faire as I was, and wait for that planning permission to be granted before you commence any work.


Almost every single house extension goes over budget and so you will need to ensure that you have some money in reserve, for when the extra costs come in. These extra costs can be anything from increase cost of materials, bad weather causing work delays, or even last minute changes to the plan because of unforeseen issues. The best bet is to allocate your budget, and then only dedicate perhaps 70% of that budget to the home extension, leaving 30% of it in reserve. It is not just the extra costs of the move, but also the decorating and finishing costs of your new space. Make sure to save up enough money to budget what you want done with your home. 

Moving Out

In retrospect, another mistake which we made was not moving out of the home whilst the work was being completed. We took this decision because we didn’t want to go through the upheaval of moving into a hotel. Unfortunately we didn’t have any friends or family who we could stay with during this time, and so staying seemed like the smartest option. Unfortunately, staying in the property turned out to be an incredibly stressful situation which had daily problems that we had to deal with. If you decide to stay in the property during this time, it is important to be aware of the fact that you will essentially be living on a construction site, complete with the banging, the chaos and the general upheaval that this will cause you. In light of the decision which we took, and the way I feel about it now, I would strongly recommend that you move out of the home if it is possible.

How To Make The Most Of Your First Trip To New York

The Big Apple. We’ve all seen countless films and television shows set in the famous city, but for travellers in Europe, Asia and elsewhere, it’s not easy to make the way over. It’s truly worth it though – The City That Never Sleeps is always an exciting and eye-opening one to visit. So for your next trip, make sure you head over and see what all the fuss is about. It’s worth preparing though – there are plenty of pitfalls adventurers can fall into when it comes to New York, so be a savvy traveller (even if it’s your first time) by making sure you follow this guide.

‘New York’ – Pedro Szekely via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)


It’s important to do a bit of thinking about when and how you’re planning to head to New York. The summer might seem appealing, but remember the streets are rammed with holidaymakers in July and August. If you like cold weather head over in the winter – the city looks beautiful decked in snow and no-one does Christmas like America. But the best time may well be in the Spring – Central Park will be blissful in bloom and the weather is warm but not boiling.

Book flights a couple of months beforehand, and make sure to do some comparing before you do. Flying into JFK is handy, and beware that getting into the city from Newark, the nearby airport in New Jersey, can be costly overnight. If you’re in the area for a week or more, staying outside of Manhattan may well be a good move.

Where to stay

There’s no shortage of hotels across New York’s five boroughs, so you’ll want to have a think about where’s best. Midtown Manhattan is where it all happens, and there’s plenty of budget hotels catering to tourists around there. But they aren’t exactly plush – so if you want comfort for a reasonable place, you may want to hop across the bay and stay in Brooklyn. The trendy, cool borough is only a few subway stops from Manhattan, and it’s a peaceful place to head home to after a day of sightseeing. It’s a pretty awesome place in itself, too – Williamsburg is an insanely cool spot with coffee shops and bars aplenty, so you might even forget about Times Square while you’re there.

‘New York City’ – Jörg Schubert via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

How to get around

The subway is the cheapest and quickest way to travel big distances, and stretches throughout Manhattan and into the surrounding boroughs. If you’re taking short trips, yellow taxis aren’t too expensive (and they’re pretty iconic, too). The good news is that the city is easy to navigate thanks to its grid system, and walking distances aren’t usually too difficult, so the cheapest way to get around is by foot. And if you want to do a bit of exercise and slip in some sightseeing during your journeys, use the city’s public bikes to cycle around.

What to do

So, you’ve arrived in NYC and the city is your oyster. What to do? There’s plenty to choose from – you could start by ticking off the necessary tourist traps, like Times Square. It may seem a little commercial, but it’s certainly worth a visit, if only to marvel at how many people flood into the city from all over the world every day. If you like your shopping, stroll down Fifth Avenue and treat yourself to a few new garments. You’re on holiday, after all.

But there’s plenty of less touristy areas which are definitely worth checking out. You might recognise Greenwich Village, towards the southern end of Manhattan, from television shows like Friends. But in real life, it’s a laid-back and pretty part of the island which doesn’t feel all too much like it’s part of one of the world’s biggest cities.

‘New York Cabs’ – Sakeeb Sabakka via Flickr

The good news is that there’s plenty of free activities in the city, so enjoying your trip doesn’t have to break the bank. Of course, taking a walk through Central Park is a must – the huge square of gorgeous green land and stunning lakes sit right in the middle of Manhattan, and there are worse ways to spend a warm afternoon than finding a quiet patch of grass in the park. And plenty of museums are walking distance away, which you have a peek in for free or for a low admission fee – check out MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art, for some of the most jaw-dropping contemporary art pieces in the world, or visit the legendary Metropolitan Museum of Art if you’re after a more traditional collection.

Come evening, you’ll need a new activity – and what could beat heading to Broadway and taking in a show? The best theatre in the world is located right there on that glittering street, and walking down the sidewalk is another of an experience. But it’s worth taking the time to enjoy a show, with plenty of dramas, comedies and musicals to choose from. Favorites like Aladdin, Chicago and Phantom of the Opera are currently showing – or, of course, you could try your luck at getting a ticket to Hamilton, the hottest show of the decade.

‘New York City’ – Yoann Jezequel via Flickr

For sport lovers, New York is also a super-sporty town – so there’s plenty of opportunities to take in some action. If you’re over during the NFL season, hop across the Hudson River into New Jersey and enjoy a game. The area has two teams – the New York Giants and the New York Jets. They share a stadium, so see who’s playing while you’re there and pick up a ticket. The Giants are one of the league’s most famous and storied teams, with four Super Bowl wins and a hard-nosed history.

They’re about as legendary as the New York Yankees, the baseball team which plays up in the Bronx, who are also well worth a visit. And if basketball is your game, head over to a Knicks game. The great news is that the city is crazy for any kind of sport – so head to a sports bar and watch whatever’s going on at the time. If you’re over in the spring, put down a bet on the Grand National, the famous annual horse race, which will be shown across the city. Take a look at Oddschecker first to make sure you’ll be onto a winner.

New York, New York – so good they named it twice. Follow in Frank Sinatra’s footsteps and find out what all the fuss is about as soon as possible, because the city is truly one of the best in the world. And the great news is that there’s something for everyone – shopping, theatre, sports, bars and plenty of food; New York City has it all. Remember to stay safe while you travel and most importantly have a great time!

Reasons Why More People Are Choosing Luxury Apartments Instead Of A Hotel

Generally, luxury apartments are more spacious than hotel rooms. They also have kitchens and even laundry rooms. Living rooms are also available for social gatherings. This is the reason why a lot of people are now seeing the benefits of renting luxury apartments for their short vacation instead of 5-start hotels.

People travelling in groups

When you are heading to a destination in a group, it is more practical if you opt for a luxury apartment. If you compare the price of a luxury apartment that has 2 or 3 bedrooms in it and a hotel with the same number of rooms, the price is very different. You even have the option of cooking food for everyone. You don’t have to go elsewhere just to eat all the time. Like hotels, room service may also be available.

Couples on a honeymoon

If you are travelling for your honeymoon and you wish to be there for an extended period of time, it helps if you rent a luxury apartment. You can even negotiate the price if you decide to stay longer. There is no need for you to stay in a cramped budget hotel room if there is an option which is bigger and cheaper.


Luxury apartments are definitely children-friendly. They are a great place to stay when traveling with family as the place is well-secured. There are security cameras, roving guards and key cards for exclusive entry. If you are cooking for the family or your kids have diet preferences, the kitchen in the apartment would make it easier for you. Staying longer would also require you to wash your kids’ clothes. The availability of a washing machine or a laundry area in the apartment is perfect.

Cheaper, but not of lower quality

There are still some people thinking that just because luxury apartments are cheaper, they are worse in terms of quality. This is totally untrue. Luxury apartments still have the same amenities and facilities found in a hotel. The apartments have Wi-Fi, and fitness centres, swimming pools and room service. You can also find a serviced apartment so if you want someone to clean up the room on a daily basis while you are away, it is possible.

If you have not yet tried renting a luxury apartment, it is time to consider it now. There are great locations for these luxury apartments that will make it easier for you move around the area. Key areas are also easy to access.

It would be a great idea to start with apartments in Edinburgh if you are heading there the next time you take a vacation. There are great options available that would make your stay even more memorable. 

Do You Want To Have The Perfect Indian Wedding? Here’s What You Should Know

Planning a wedding is difficult enough, so how much more for a traditional Indian wedding? Even if you are in another country, such as the UK, you can still have the beautiful Indian wedding of your dreams with the proper knowledge and planning. Do you want to have the perfect Indian wedding? Here’s what you should know.

What makes an Indian wedding so special?

Many of us have the impression of Indian weddings as bright and colourful events, and rightly so. An Indian wedding is a celebration of colours and textures, but the ideal Indian wedding isn’t just comprised of that. One factor which makes Indian weddings special is the different customs – there are rituals for different regions, so these have to be taken into consideration to give the wedding its unique flair. Some modern couples choose to forego certain practices, but if you want your Indian wedding to be extra special, it’s a good idea to stick to the traditional – and the beautiful and memorable. Luckily, there are many Indian wedding venues which can cater to your express requirements, so have a look around and see what your options are.

When to begin preparations

For many Indian couples, preparing for the wedding starts quite soon after the formal betrothal or engagement ceremony. This is often held a few months prior to the wedding itself. Traditionally, the betrothal is also when the families decide on the wedding date. Bear in mind that according to scripture, weddings should not be held on Saturdays, and the time of the event is also significant. A priest is often called to participate in the planning of the date and time of the wedding.

The bride’s attire

To have that perfect Indian wedding, the bride needs to have the right clothing and accessories. This means using gold as well as a ‘kanjipuram saree’. The gold is important because it symbolises prosperity and wealth, and the saree, according to tradition, is a favourite of the god Vishnu, and brides wear it to ask for a blessing.

The rituals before the wedding

There are ceremonies which are often held about 2 to 3 days before the wedding, leading up to the wedding itself. One such ritual is the nallunge, which is a cleansing ceremony where the bride and groom are rubbed with a paste made of sandalwood and oil (haldi) prior to taking a cleansing bath.

The wedding day

A ceremony, referred to as parasam, allows the mother-in-law to present the bride. Afterwards, the groom and bride go to the wedding venue for a last ritual of cleansing. They then exchange garlands, and the groom ties a garland or thali around the neck of the bride. A classic Indian wedding feast to celebrate the union is called a ‘banana leaf’ feast, where the dishes are often vegetarian.

So, now that you know what you need to consider to have the perfect Indian wedding you are all set to prepare. Next stop, is the honeymoon. Remember to stay safe when you travel and to have fun!

Lifestyle Advice For Traveling Families

Are you looking to make a major change for 2018? Traveling for extended periods has become more accessible than ever with the rise in acceptance of international nomads and remote workers. Two separate destinations in Asia make the top five list for travel destinations in 2018, and the combination of tourism opportunities and international-class business centers makes it a peak zone for travel.

Whether you’re taking an extended leave of absence to go exploring, relocating for work, or switching to a nomadic lifestyle, technology is giving you more options and making life easier year over year. However, traveling with a family can add some complications back into the picture. Your kids will have different needs during travel, and you’ll need to consider what they require before setting off. Here are four aspects to check off as you make your travel plans.

Health needs

Checking on health requirements before heading to a new country or region is important for people of all ages, but since kids have less energy reserves and built-up resistance to illnesses, you want to be particularly careful to make sure that they’re up to date on all necessary vaccinations before setting off.

Double-check on the type of insurance that’s needed while still at home. Based on the duration of travel and locations, you may need to arrange local health care coverage instead of travel coverage. A regular schedule of health care, including checkups, dental, and vision care, should be adhered to as much as possible, so you’ll want to look at what’s available in your chosen destinations. Major city centers such as Hong Kong, Tokyo, or Seoul offer a variety of high-quality health care options, but small, remote destinations may not support the variety or quality of health care that you expect for your child. Make sure you stay safe while traveling and be aware of any health needs or required check-ups.

Mobility needs

This depends partly on your children’s ages and also on their individual capabilities or preferences. Small children may not be able to keep up with an adult’s taste for day-to-day travel, and some have a stronger need for security and a defined home base than others. Regular meals and naps or sleep schedules as appropriate can help safeguard health, happiness, and energy levels for children.

Take their mobility capabilities into account when planning trips, and arrange for child care or adjust your pace accordingly to find the right balance between keeping things fun and accessible for them while also meeting your needs as parents. A day on the beach in Thailand is probably within reach, but a weekend on the slopes in Hokkaido or marathon shopping sessions in Singapore might be too much for some.

Educational needs

Older children need to keep up with school. If you’re traveling for shorter periods of time, it may be possible to make arrangements with school to complete special projects, but for extended travel or a long-term relocation, you’ll need to start homeschooling, enroll the kids in a local school, or place them in an international school to make sure that their education stays up to date and on track.

If you or your partner is up to the challenge of homeschooling, and your children learn well in short, focused doses, then remote learning can be an excellent travel-friendly learning solution. However, many children do better in a classroom setting with qualified instructors and classmates to interact with. Local schools can be a good way to learn a language and culture, but those benefits can also be barriers to education, and the curriculum may not be widely transferrable.

International schools offer recognized curriculums and English language instruction among other benefits and are an accessible way to handle your child’s education. A Singapore American school offers the benefits of a high-quality education in a key transportation hub. If good schooling options aren’t available in your area of travel, or you’re moving around frequently, picking a school in a city with main transportation arteries makes it easy to check in on a regular basis.

Relational needs

Kids need a certain amount of consistency in their relationships, as well as healthy socialization opportunities. While needs will vary based on family patterns and the individual, you’ll want to consider how much together time you need or want as a family. Will you arrange child care and go off on adventures as adults-only, or do everything together? Will you make time for the kids to interact with other children on trips, or help them make connections with other children in local communities?

Getting the kids into a good school can be a great way to establish consistency and relationships. A local school offers more cultural exposure, which can come with a shadow side of bullying in some cases. An international school generally offers more diversity, a more accepting environment, and a worldwide network of friends for the future.

Traveling as a family is certainly within reach. Consider the needs and preferences of each member of the family, and make arrangements to meet those needs as you travel or during your upcoming relocation.

Have You Ever Considered Wood-Burning Sauna Heaters?

A sauna, traditionally, is an insulated cabin in which people can enjoy wet and dry heat. There are many different types of saunas, however, all of which require different sauna heaters. There is a dry sauna, a smoke sauna, a steam sauna, a wet sauna, an infrared sauna, and so on. Modern sauna heaters tend to use different types of radiation, such as infrared waves, electromagnetic fields, and light technology. The energy, meanwhile, can come from solar power, electricity, gas, or wood, to name but a few. Then one that is best for you is the one that you feel most comfortable with. But what matters most is that you pick one, or what you will have is not a sauna, but rather just a room.

Different Types of Sauna Heaters

Generally speaking, four types of sauna heaters exist:

Infrared sauna heaters.

Electric sauna heaters.

Wood burning sauna heaters.

Gas or oil burning sauna heaters.

The one you choose will determine exactly how the room will be heated up, allowing you to relax and rid yourself of the various toxins and other accumulations on your skin.

Why Choose a Wood Burning Heater?

If you live somewhere in the countryside or have a lot of open space around you, and you were hoping to have an outdoor sauna, then a wood burning heater may just be the perfect solution for you. You do also have to be able to get your hands on plenty of firewood, of course. A wood burning stove comes with a combustion chamber that allows you to control the flow of air. The faster you burn the wood, the higher the flow of air will be. By controlling air flow, however, you will be able to maintain the temperature inside the sauna to a level that you are comfortable with. You can never be as accurate as you could be with a thermostat, but this old fashioned and traditional way of doing things has a lot of charm as well.

People may be worried about smoke entering the sauna, since they are burning wood. However, the stove comes with a metal smoke pipe, which is installed from the heater’s roof, which ensures all smoke is drawn out. Some people choose to have slightly more modern wood heaters with glass doors, which means that they can watch the flames as they take a sauna, which adds even more to the charm. Installation isn’t overly complicated and can be compared to installing a fireplace or wood stove. Usually, they have been custom-designed for home use saunas, which means they can also come with shower plumps and water jackets to finish the entire system. Alternatively, you could opt for a traditional Finnish setup, which tends to burn less wood.

The only big downside to this type of heater is that you can only really use them with outdoor saunas, something that not everybody has the space and the privacy for in today’s modern world.

How to Organise a Successful Fashion Show

Hosting your own fashion show can be more than stimulating. Glitter, glamour and exquisite clothes, are just some words that come to mind when you think of a fashion show. If you are a designer and want to publicize your new line, what you need is to organise your own fashion show. No need to sneak off to a haute couture catwalk in Paris to be a spectator of one of these events. In fact, you can make yours in your hometown.

Preparation is the key to organising a successful event.

Try to know exactly what you are trying to achieve with your show

Identify the reason for your fashion show. An aspiring designer or store owner may be interested in giving a sample of their collection to the local community. Maybe you’re not a designer, but maybe you have a gift for fashion and a wide and eclectic wardrobe that you want to exhibit. The important thing about this is to know what you are trying to achieve.

Try to define your audience

Start by identifying all the people who might want to attend your show. If you are going to set up your show to promote your business, you will have to invite your loyal customers, influential people in the community and also your potential customers. Send invitations at least two weeks in advance and contact some local media to get press coverage.

Create a show team. No matter the size of your event, you will always need the help of a team to carry it out. This should include models, photographers, make-up artists, a presenter or host and other aides.

Remember that practice makes perfect

Choose the clothes you want to feature in the show. Keep in mind that you must be very meticulous, therefore, if you have a theme, try to connect everything you use with that theme. It is very important that you know exactly what you want to show and that you are prepared to highlight the best attributes of your pieces.

Prepare your models to make your show extraordinary

Practice while you can. A successful fashion show is based on preparation and doing everything at the right time. Practice your complete show with your models and your team until everyone feels comfortable in their role. This will surely require work and time, but you will see how all that is worth it.

At this point, you are ready to see your models parade on the catwalk.

Prepare your models to go to the catwalk. As an organiser, you should surely help with everything, including preparing the models and making sure they are ready for the start time of the show. You will need to make sure that the hairstyles and makeup are finished and that the accessories are used properly. It is good to have a couple of helpers to take care of this task.

Special lighting in an event can highlight attributes

Make sure the gangway and lighting are installed and functioning properly. Lighting and music in a fashion show is essential, so worry about setting it up so that it effectively and correctly highlights the angles and dimensions of the clothes, if you want a really professional looking show, seek advice from experts in AV rental regarding the lighting and sound equipment to really wow your audience.

Make history! You are about to celebrate your first fashion show, and everything will be perfect!


It is a great idea to offer gift bags or courtesy packages to your guests. This will not only make your guests happy but also prepare them upon arrival, and add an extra touch of distinction to your event.