Make Lipomassage Part Of Your Post-Lipo Recovery
It’s true. Endermologie’s innovative new Lipomassage treatments can be an effective substitute for liposuction surgery. The results might not be as immediate but you’ll avoid some pain and risk. If you’re considering liposuction but haven’t worked up the courage to go in for an actual treatment yet, press the pause button. Lipomassage might be the safe solution you’ve been waiting for. However, that’s not to say people who want to try liposuction surgery or have already gone under the needle sacrifice their chance to enjoy the therapeutic massages LPG therapy can offer. Lipomassage has been extremely effective as a post-lipo treatment to keep your cellulite patches from returning and soothe any scar tissue that might be left over as your incisions heal. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your weight loss experience and loosen up those stiff pockets of tension and fat across your body.
THE LIPOSUCTION PROCEDURE
Treating your persistent pockets of fat with surgery takes a few steps. Once you’re under general anesthesia, your trouble areas will be “tumesced” by injecting a wetting solution to numb your skin and decrease bleeding. These tiny incisions are then used to remove fat cells using a blunt-ended wand called a cannula. The surgeon will use a vacuum to suction out fat and then close the holes with a stitch.
You’re going to feel a little raw after intensive surgery. The stitched-up incisions can stay sore for up to 3 weeks. You shouldn’t undergo anything strenuous after your recovery, so Lipomassage is out of the question. Despite these guidelines, it’s worth planning for some follow-up treatments after the bruising goes down. Odds are, your liposuction surgery did not clear away all the pockets of fat and cellulite plaguing your sexy figure. There’s a limit to how many cells a surgeon can remove in one session. Endermologie is the perfect post-lipo treatment to keep you on track.
THE ISSUE OF CELLULITE
Liposuction procedures remove deep, localized fat to help re-contour your body. This has a noticeable effect on your appearance, but it won’t solve all your shaping issues. After one traditional lipo treatment, you’ll still be stuck with quite a bit of cellulite. Since most build-ups of this fatty material are close the skin’s surface, fixing it with a needle and vacuum isn’t the best option. Removing fat via surgery can result in loose skin and make what cellulite remains to be even more visible than it was originally.
ENDERMOLOGIE TO THE RESCUE
A Lipoemassage treatment can help issues like loose skin and lingering cellulite. Since Endermologie is a non-invasive treatment, it works more in harmony with your body when reducing fat. It’s a more natural approach. First invented as a therapeutic procedure for those suffering from bruises and scar tissue, LPG therapy will also ease whatever swelling remains after your surgery. It’s an incredible two-in-one tool that will speed up your recovery while continuing to sculpt your body on a consistent basis. Many plastic surgeons even recommend Endermologie to their patients in conjunction with liposuction to minimize post-lipo stiffness.
KEEPING UP THE HARD WORK
Like any other weight loss plan, maintaining a healthy consistency in treatment, diet, and exercise is crucial to keeping your cellulite and fat at a manageable level. If you don’t keep up with your treatments, your skin will return to the way it was before. If you’re not sure what treatment will best suit you and your situation, book an appointment with a trained LPG specialist. These therapists will talk with you and design a specific regimen catered to your post-lipo needs.
Don’t let liposuction stop you from enjoying the refreshing results of Lipomassage. It will pick up where your surgery left off. True weight loss doesn’t happen overnight, you know.
Stylish Bridal Suits Rule the Viktor & Rolf Spring 2020 Bridal Lookbook
Do you dream about walking down the aisle in a princess-worthy ballgown – or are stylish rhinestone-studded satin dress pants more your speed? The Viktor & Rolf Spring 2020 Bridal collection, “Mariage Spring/Summer 2020,” is all about a variety of standout silhouettes. The new season, debuted during this April’s New York Bridal Fashion Week, mixes masculine and feminine styles to create a fresh and modern take on bridalwear.
Together, the line shows off a mix of trending bridal jumpsuits, elaborate tulle, gorgeous and impeccably draped styles, carefully-constructed bodices, white satin slacks, and crystal- and floral-studded embroidery. The avant-garde luxury fashion house’s Mariage collection also introduces some new fabric choices into the Viktor & Rolf Bridal repertoire, including lurex jersey and mikado.
As fashion-forward and modern as the designs themselves are, Viktor & Rolf has taken a look back in time for its latest lookbook styling. The photos presented by the fashion brand are reminiscent of the 1980s glamour shot portraits we always saw hanging in our mom’s home. We love the studio backdrops and soft lighting, retro accessories, and throwback hairstyles, which all give this innovative new collection a vintage vibe!
Click through the gallery below to view photos from the Viktor & Rolf Spring 2020 Bridal collection lookbook.
More brands’ bridal lines carrying jumpsuits this season. More designers’ Spring 2020 bridal lookbooks from NYBFW. All images via Viktor & Rolf
Our Upcoming Virtual Design Tool Will Blow Your Fashion Beauty Mind
The fashion beauty world is entering a new age of technological innovation and discovery focused on customization and practicality. In 2017, multiple companies are designing makeup, skincare, and fashion products based on your personal preferences. You can look up the latest fashion trends with just a few flicks of your finger. While these advancements are quickly transforming the fashion and beauty industries, they’re only the tip of the iceberg. We here at Richard Magazine are gearing up to debut a virtual design tool that will blow your fashion beauty mind. It’s efficient, user-friendly, and will give you access to thousands of the finest products. With features like photo-realistic renders and 360˚ technology, this is the virtual design tool you’ve been waiting for.
A NEW KIND OF TECHNOLOGY COMPANY
Richard Magazine merges fashion, beauty, and technology to give you the most technologically advanced fashion beauty experience possible. We believe companies must embrace new discoveries and high-tech advancements to keep the fashion and beauty industries useful and effective. That is why we’re building an interactive virtual design tool to guide your fashion beauty experience. In simpler terms, we are building a virtual space where you can try on clothes, experiment with makeup products, and test out new nail designs. Using cutting-edge developments in 3D fashion and 360˚ technology, these tools will give you the ability to try thousands of looks on a photo-realistic, customized avatar. You can mix, match, and play to find that new style you’ve been craving. When you’re finished, save your choices on our system so you easily find them again.
PRACTICAL AND EFFICIENT
Richard Magazine aims to harness the latest in fashion beauty technology to develop a useful system that will make your life simpler. To save you time, we scan hundreds of clothing pieces and shoes into our virtual design database. From these scans, we build precise, photo-realistic renders of each product. Anything you try on will have the correct proportions. Imagine how efficient your online shopping will be once our tools launch this summer! When you customize your 3D avatar, the system will be able to show you tops, dresses, trousers, and shoes in your size. It will also have the ability to compensate for brands that run slightly big or small. With this level of accuracy, your virtual shopping spree can be just as informative as an in-person visit to the store.
THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SHOPPING TOOL
Our new virtual design tool will transform your ability to shop online. For years, e-shoppers have been purchasing their products in the dark. When all you have are 2D photographs, it’s impossible to make an appropriately informed choice. With Richard Magazine’s virtual design tool, your personal dimensions will be in the system. Rather than digging through piles of clothes for your size, you can focus on aesthetic qualities like color and style. When you find an outfit you like, try it on the personalized model with one click. Our tools allow you test nail polish, makeup, hair, and clothing from your home sofa. You can see what you’re shopping for in 360˚ and see if you like how it looks on a customized model. The technology is out there. Soon, you’ll have it on your computer to use daily.
A CREATIVE SPACE
When it comes to makeup and nail polish, our virtual design tools will give you the chance to try hundreds of colors and patterns without the mess or hassle. Our nail design tool will make it possible for you to try any color, pattern, or extension without applying it. At a salon, you can only make an educated guess about how colors or gel designs will look. With our 360˚ technology, you can view different styles from every angle to see how they look on the move. Our makeup design tool lets you try out hundreds of foundations, blushes, and eyeliners without having to rinse and re-apply each new look. If you can realistically test beauty products with one click of a computer mouse, why waste time with sloppy sample products?
We can’t wait to unveil our new virtual design tools to you. Soon, you’ll be able to play and shop to your heart’s content from the comfort of home. The 2010s are shaping up to be one of the greatest technological decades in history. Don’t get left behind.
Virtual Technology Is About to Transform Your Fashion Beauty Lifestyle
Virtual technology is about to make its design debut. It’s something we’ve all been eagerly waiting for. Fashion and beauty have both grown more efficient and tech-savvy in recent years. Today, you can stream hundreds of fashion shows a year on the computer, shop online at almost any store we want, and get entertaining advice from gurus scattered across the internet. The only thing missing is the ability to test new products from the comfort of your home. If you are looking for a fresh foundation or chic new top, the only way to try one out is to go to a physical store. With virtual technology, you can test whatever products you want whenever you want wherever you want. It’s the ultimate on-demand fashion beauty experience. Here’s how virtual technology can transform your fashion beauty lifestyle for the better.
If you love nail art, you know choosing the right polish takes time. Serious nail artists test their colors before they make a purchase. It isn’t always easy to stick to your standards and try out multiple polishes at the store. First, it takes a lot of time to open dozens of bottles and test them. Even if you do, you could end up with ten multi-colored nails if you’re picky. Some stores don’t have test bottles for every product and you could get in real trouble opening a sale-ready bottle to try it out.
A virtual nail polish counter would make this process much simpler. You could simply adjust the skin tone of a virtual hand and get to work testing dozens of new colors. With modern technology, you can view accurate colors and finishes online so you know exactly what each nail product will look like in real life. It’s tidy, efficient, and you don’t ever have to venture out. You could test MAC Cosmetics products until 2am and no one would care!
Of all the steps in your beauty makeover, hair is the trickiest to test. You can get a good idea how a hairstyle will look based on posters and photographs, but in the end you’re still resorting to guesswork. That’s all about to change. Recent strides in virtual technology are close to making it possible for you to have an interactive virtual salon right on your computer screen.
With these new systems, you’ll be able to play with a head of hair until you find a hairdo that suits your fancy. The programs will also allow you to make changes to a model’s head so it resembles your own. That way you won’t unwittingly commit to a haircut that makes your face look too long or fat and chunky. Many salons are already using 3D imagery to help their clients visualize what custom haircuts will look like. When everyone has the ability to craft personal looks, custom hairdos will reach a whole new level of awesome.
Virtual powder rooms aren’t here yet, but they’re in development. Industry professionals are predicting you’ll have access to one by the end of 2017. A custom makeup tool could make it so you never have to shop at the mall again. These proposed designs would let you test any product you wanted in virtual space. Similar to the virtual nail polish tool, you’ll be able to view accurate colors and play with different finishes and textures.
One of the most helpful elements of virtual beauty is tidiness. When you try on makeup or nail polish in person, you’re going to have to tidy up. With nails, this might involve an hour of scrubbing off excess color. Makeup tests require you to wash away each trial look before you move on to the next one. When you’re finished, you have to re-apply your original makeup before you leave the store. Testing things out in virtual space will save you the hassle without sacrificing precision. With a personalized face set to match your own, you’ll know exactly how your makeup will look without dabbing a drop of product on your face.
If a personalized face is impressive, a full-body model would be insane. That hasn’t stopped tech-savvy designers in the fashion industry. Their designs may not be ready until 2018, but many companies are working intensely to bring this next level of fashion technology to your home computer. The ability to try out realistic clothes in virtual space could turn the retail industry on its head.
Anyone who’s ever shopped for clothes knows sizes vary slightly by brands. Currently, if you buy clothing online, there’s no guarantee how it’s going to fit. New detailed online systems could give you accurate examples of company clothes to test out. They’ll have the ability to show whether a Levi’s 32 waist will fit you. Achieving this level of accuracy while sitting on your couch at home would have been unthinkable around the turn of the millennium. That’s how fast technology is moving today.
Whether you’re shopping online or playing with makeup, virtual technology is going to change your fashion beauty lifestyle. Finally, you can have an immersive shopping experience wherever you are whenever you like. For the first time in history, you’ll be able to carry the ideal fashion beauty atmosphere in your jeans pocket.
In the Studio with Richard Magazine: Sea Bags Totes
If you have been following along with our exciting summer editorial articles, you know that we recently spotlighted an accessories brand called Sea Bags. The accessories company caught our eye when the Portland, Maine-based label collaborated with one of the most popular Martha’s Vineyard brands, Vineyard Vines, on a line of beach-ready, nautical tote bags and chic little patterned pouches.
Sea Bags sent our team some samples to check out, and we were so impressed with the quality of these totes. The coolest part is that each of these items are hand made using recycled materials, like re-used boat sail cloths. Each bag is polished off by skilled craftspeople using sturdy grommets, sailing rope, or leather accents.
Aside from the Vineyard Vines collection, the Sea Bags brand offers a ton of nautical-inspired designs and bag shapes, like wristlets featuring golden mermaid tails, drawstring bucket bag purses adorned with navy blue anchor graphics, and beachy mariner striped carry-alls. Since each of these pieces is made with recycled sails, they have unique wear and character. They’re functional, eco-friendly, and feel one-of-a-kind!
Check out our video above to see us break down some of the latest styles – and shop your favorites on the Sea Bags website now!
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