Love Love Island? Our Factor 50 email brings all the goss direct to your inbox
So far on this series of Love Island, we’ve been inundated with stylish outfit envy from each of the ladies.
From Millie Court’s multicoloured date night outfit to Rachel Finni’s bold orange entrance look that cost only £27, we simply can’t get enough.
We’ve also been seeing some of the biggest trends being set for the summer months which of course includes the rather risqué underboob trend and neon bikinis.
Leading on from that, we have seen a lot of daring looks from the likes of Faye Winter and Sharon Gaffka sporting incredible outfits and we’re surprised that there haven’t been any unfortunate wardrobe malfunctions as of yet.
If like us and you’ve already got your hands on some of the Islander’s looks, but you’re worried about an unexpected nip slip or your dresses riding up, then have no fear as we’ve got you covered with a range of expert styling tips and tricks to avoid these.
Shop Booby Tape's collection here
On last Friday’s episode, we saw Faye opt for a stunning green satin dress which immediately set alarm bells ringing as the slinky fabric isn’t the best at staying where it needs to without the help of the thin straps.
With this style, it calls for the wearer to ditch their bra as it could possibly ruin the look but don’t worry as we’ve got you covered.
Firstly, the best thing to use is the wonderful ‘Booby Tape’ which comes double-sided to apply to your skin, and then to the dress to secure the sides in place.
Not only can you get it from most fashion brands but it comes in a range of colours so you can match either to your skin tones or the outfits.
Nude nipple covers, Missguided, 3pack for £8 here
Shop backless bras on ASOS here
Another tool you can use is nipple pads or covers which again, simply pops over your nipples to not only disguise any malfunctions but also combat any evidence of cold nights.
In addition to this, if going completely braless isn’t your thing then you can also purchase a revolutionary stick on bra which are perfect for backless garments or plunging necklines.
Get exclusive Love Island stories and fabulous updates straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily Factor 50 newsletter.
What also comes with wearing fabrics such as silk and satin is that they have a tendency to rise up but there’s a quick fix to combat this.
After giving your hair the final dose of hairspray, use this to also spray your legs and thighs depending on the length of your dress, as it removes the static from the dress so that it will keep its natural drape.
So next time you venture out for a date night or cocktails with the girls, make sure to try out these tips and tricks to combat any unwanted mishaps.
Source: Read Full Article