All posts tagged: spring racing

My Dr. Lanzer Experience and Taboo Beauty Treatments…

I recently visited Dr Lanzer’s clinic in Malvern for some pre-races pampering! With four races days, jam packed into just on week, all the drinking, makeup, fake tan and late nights really take their toll on the skin. So it was very important to get treatments done in the lead up, to ensure my skin stayed hydrated and clear. Dr Lanzer sparked my interest when he featured in a television series ‘Cosmetic Coffee’, where he takes patients through different treatments in each episode. I’m a massive fan on the popular US TV show ‘Botched’, so naturally, I got into Dr Lanzer’s ‘Cosmetic Coffee’ pretty quickly. You can watch all the episodes online here, and get to know Dr Lanzer as well as his lovely nurses on staff. Dr Lanzer is very well known in Australia as a leading Cosmetic Surgeon, but also offers a range of beauty treatments. He also recently released his very own skin care range, D’Lumiere Esthetique <insert link>, specialising in anti-aging – something we can all relate to striving for! If you’re on …

Spring Racing 101

It’s finally that time of year again…Spring Racing carnival. My absolute favourite time of year, that combines fashion with socialising and of course a very historical sporting event! This year I teamed up with Oscar Oscar to prepare my race day hair looks for each event, and here I speak to the team about my hints and tips if you’re planning to hit the track this coming week. Check it out now!

Getting Into the Spirit…Spring Racing Season

It’s that time of year again. If you’re a Melbournian then you definitely understand that the Spring Racing carnival is THE time of year to get into the current fashion trends and enjoy a track-side beverage. It’s all fun and games until you don’t prepare yourself or plan ahead and end up shoe-less, sunburnt and not so fancy. These are some of my personal tips to get you through this spring racing season. Do your research (not much is required!) for the days you’re planning to attend. By this, I mean, if you’re going to Derby Day – you need to understand that the tradition is to dress in black and white (monochrome). It’s so important to uphold these traditions. There’s nothing worse than not dressing to reflect the theme. A few quick hints for dress codes: Derby Day: black and white Oaks Day: florals, feminine themes on this day Cup Day: go for bold, brights, wear your biggest and best head pieces for the ladies Stakes Day: is a little more relaxed and casual. …