Time to ditch the sarong and stop hiding behind the cover-ups.
Legs like Kate Moss
The vibrating power plate is the ultimate leg toner and has also been shown to help prevent and reduce cellulite.
For legs like Kate (see pic below), hold onto the bars and squat – slowly pushing back your bum until your knees are at a 90 degree angle. Squeeze your bum cheeks and push back up. Aim for two sets of around 50 seconds, three or four times a week.
Also try, Bliss Fat Girl Slim, (£28), to diminish cellulite and help tone up your pins.
A waist like Kelly Brook
For a teeny tiny waist to emphasise your hourglass shape, like Kelly, try twists. First lie on your back with your knees bent. Then raise your legs up, keeping knees bent and twist both legs to one side. Bring back to the middle, very slowly, pulling in your stomach. Repeat eight times on each side, every other day.
Also try, Rodial Tummy Tuck, (£100), for instant firming.
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A bum like Cameron Diaz
To tone up your glutes and keep your bum looking peachy, go for the lunge. Stand with your feet wide apart, knees bent and the weight through your heels. Squat and repeat five times. Next, stand one foot in front of the other, and lunge forward. This works the back of your thighs, as well as calves.
Also try, Garnier Bodytonic Firming Lotion, (£3.99), to tone and smooth your skin.
Arms like Beyonce
For toned upper arms, it's best to do free standing weights. Speak to your local gym or personal trainer to ensure you're using the right weight for your body type.
Pole dancing, is also excellent to tone arms, as often the tricky moves mean that your whole body weight is on your upper arms. Look for a local class online at Pole Dancing School.
Also try, Phytomer Firming Contouring Cream, (£35), to help firm upper arms and create a more toned appearance.