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Here are Some Tips to Consider Before Opting for Cosmetic Surgery

Some tips to notice before opting for cosmetic surgery

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New Delhi, Sep 14, 2017: Before opting for botox, natural fillers and other facial rejuvenation procedures, it is important to plan it all out and make some well informed choices, say experts.

Ravi K. Mahajan, cosmetic surgeon at Amandeep Hospital and Sachin Chavre, plastic surgeon at Fortis Hospital, have listed out few steps that should be taken before you go for the procedures:

* Finding the right expert: A good cosmetic surgery clinic will guide you with the help of qualified professionals and help you choose the right procedures, without going overboard.

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* Plan well ahead of time: You need to give your face and yourself at least six to eight weeks before you make your first appearance this wedding season. Whether it is a laser procedure, botox or filler that you need, don’t leave it to the last moment. It takes a couple of weeks or more for the procedure to give you optimal outcome.

* Treatments to consider: Dermabrasion, micro dermabrasion, facelift, eyelifts, laser skin resurfacing, photo rejuvenation, thermage, botox or filler, liposculpturing: and lip fillers.

* Carefully plan home skincare routine: Once you have gotten the procedure of your choice done, it becomes important to know about the after care for your skin. Take advice from your doctor and make sure that you exfoliate, moisturize and protect your skin from any infections by keeping it clean. (IANS)

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Trending Jewellery Styles For This Wedding Season

Shehzad Zevari, Creative director of Minawala and Rohan Sharma, Managing Director of RK Jewellers South Extension-2 list the top jewellery styles that are hitting this wedding season:

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With the wedding season in full swing, more and more would be brides are breaking away from conventional norms and choosing to dress up their bridal selves as an extension of their own personality. However, selecting the jewellery for the big day can be a daunting task.

Shehzad Zevari, Creative director of Minawala and Rohan Sharma, Managing Director of RK Jewellers South Extension-2 list the top jewellery styles that are hitting this wedding season:

* Polki spinal choker necklace: The choker necklace is here to stay. The versatility of the choker with both indo- western as well as with traditional bridal Indian outfits makes it the most popular choice of jewellery. For the minimal lovers, a polki choker necklace with Spinel stones can also be worn as a statement on its own.

* Dual finger ring: The Multi-finger ring is ruling the jewellery trends this year and it looks great when paired with any outfit. From cocktail gowns to lehengas this is a must have for the bride in her trousseau.

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* Bracelets: With changing trends, people choose to wear bracelets instead of bangles in one hand and a watch in another. This classic look goes well with suits, lehenga or any indo-western outfit.

* Traditional multi-layer necklace: Gold temple jewellery has always been in trend for centuries. It’s just that we see unique and modified designs every year as per jewellery trends. Many bridals still opt to look traditional at their wedding. Multi-Layer gold necklace with red outfit is the ideal perception to think about the traditional bride.

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* Jhumka earrings: Jhumkas are that one must accessory that every girl wants to have in their jewellery collection. There are several types of jhumkas that have come into the market like jhumkas- hoops, half jhumkas, casual trinkle etc for more variety to get the best look at the wedding. It looks best to wear with ethnic traditional outfit for wedding puja or functions. (IANS)