Friday, 28 March 2014

Preparing for your first Bikini show

The bikini class in the bodybuilding scene has exploded Internationally, its a topic i cover very often here on Bikinibrawn. It is something i find very interesting, it seems to be the perfect balance between sexy, feminine and bad ass. You can see social media has exploded with women of this category who are the new body role models, they train hard, eat clean and still looking feminine. Of course some people find the tan and stage makeup very over powering, but of course that is an essential part of the sport. I have been reading a lot of pieces and watching a lot of videos on the correct protocol for preparing for the bikini stage. Of course all the weeks of intense training and diet come into play, but you may fall when it comes to presentation. It is a fundamental part of the sport. You may not be a pro athlete but that doesn't mean you cant present yourself to the same standard. 

To do list / What i need list 

Registration fee and application
Accommodation and travel 
The Bikini
The correct shoes
Makeup & Hair
Bikini glue or spray
Loose tracksuit or clothing

On the day check list

Bring a bag ( Gym bag or wheely ) 

A robe
Flip flops
Baby wipes and cotton wool pads
Bikini glue or spray
Body oil or sheen 
Hairspray and brush
A camera 


The Bikini : 

The bikini will be two-piece in style
The bikini will be of any color and pattern

The bikini must be in good taste. 
The bikini bottom will cover a minimum of 1/3 of the gluteus maximus and bottom part of the frontal area. 
Strings are strictly prohibited. 

- Pick a colour that will compliment your hair colour and skin tone. 
  Here are some rough guidelines to follow, 
  again everyone is individual. 
  You want to stand out for all of the right reasons 
  Blonde hair : Blue or turquoise bikini
  Dark hair : Red, green and Pink bikini
  Red hair : Green and turquoise 
  Latino or Dark skin : Yellow 

 - Stay clear of any pale or muted colours, there are a couple of reasons why including the strong lighting at bodybuilding events. Pale shades tend to wash out, so stay clear of any baby pinks, blues, whites etc. You are also at major risk of tan stains both streaks and sweat marks, these can look very unprofessional and sloppy. The dark tan that is associated with these shows can also be very overpowering, so a strong classy colour will compliment this. 

Below really illustrates the difference with a professional look and an amateur. 
The colour on the right really compliments the athlete, looks elegant and sophisticated. The red suits both the complexion of her skin and hair, and also really pops . On the left you can see the suit doesn't suit the skin or hair colour and is not as impressive as the photo on the right. 

It is well known bodybuilding is an expensive sport to be involved in, this is also true when it comes to getting on stage. Between tan, makeup, jewellery, bikini and all the extra bits and bobs the bill can become very large. It doesn't mean however you cant be clever, look professional and look expensive. A company i highly recommend is Ravish sands, they are an amazing Bikini company from florida that specialize in custom made suits. One of the main reasons i think they are the best, is due to their quality range of suits for EVERY budget. Check out their link below as well as two Ravish sands athletes Margaret Gnarr and Paige Hathaway


The shoes :

High heels of any style or colour are acceptable and high heels with platforms are STRICTLY prohibited. Heel height can be a max of five inches.

Maximize your look and invest in the correct heels, as you will have them for a long time. All major Bikini athletes and couches promote wearing the clear heel, it is the most flattering shoe for the sport. 

Wearing shoes with colour can be distracting and take away from your body, which is the most important factor. Also it is against regulation to wear giant platform heels, this is a sport so leave them to the strippers ladies !


The Makeup, hair and tanning 

Tanning is one of the most important factors in getting on stage, a great tan will highlight and define your assets and show of all of your hard work. Most athletes will recommend getting a spray as your are going to get an even, professional finish. Doing it yourself can be a risk, unless its something you a very comfortable with.
Also it is CRUCIAL to start the exfoliation process anywhere from three weeks out. Your skin needs to be in perfect condition for the stage. The tan will only catch on bad skin, so dont let that happen.

I recommend an exfoliater brush and glove, Soap & glory bodyscrub or the bodyshop bodyscrub

Three brands to look at either for spray or self tanning include as follows ( Check out the athletes which  highlight the colours )

Jan Tana

Pro tan 

Liquid sun rayz

If you are based in Ireland than i highly recommend checking out Glam and Tan. Give yourself as little stress as possible, and go for the spray rather than self tanning.

Body oil, glaze and sheen :

It is important to highlight your best features but also important not to over do the oils. You want to use these type of products strategically. There can be a tendency to over use them and then can look greasy, again taking away from the professional look.  

Makeup and Hair :

With all of these extra factors it is important to remember you are there to show off your body, the rest of the package such just be complimenting extra. Keep it natural, keep it sexy but keep it soft. Don't let ANYTHING distract from the weeks of intense diet and training. 

Hair :

Hair should be soft and natural. styled but not over styled. Only use hairspray to hold the look, do not go over board with it. You are in danger of loosing the natural movement of hair. Solid, overly backcombed hair is not a good look. Also a good idea is to add some hair extensions, a nice way to enhance your hair, in a natural way of course. 

If you are considering hair extensions check out my own sponsor Great Lengths by Ceira Lambert. They are natural long lasting and the best brand out there.

Makeup :

Makeup is something that can go very wrong. You need to achieve two things when doing competition makeup full coverage for stage as well as a natural finished. These two things are conflicting but totally achievable. Dont be afraid to hire a skilled makeup artist if your skills are not up to par. The most important thing to do is practice practice practice. 

Brushes : If you plan on doing your own makeup then good brushes are essential. It is well known good brushes can take your makeup and look to a new level. Once you use good brushes, you literally wont be able to look back. If you plan on entering a lot of competitions, it is well worth investing in a palette 

Here is one i highly recommend by crownbrush

Foundation : Foundation should be free from SPF ( Spf is light reflecting, will make your face shiny ) Your foundation should be as close to your stage tan colour as possible ( Rather a shade lighter than darker ) Always try and use a high quality makeup brand, this will help you achieve the most professional look. Both full coverage and natural. 

Two brands i recommend include Makeup forever HD & Smashbox high definition 

Powder : It is important to also use loose powder. The warm lights on stage will have a negative impact on your foundation, if you don't user powder. 

Two brands i recommend include Makeup forever HD powder and Rimmel's loose powder ( which is way more affordable )

 Lips, blush, eyebrows and eyes :

  Lips : Think classy and elegant. The tan is very rich , so a dark or colourful lip is needed. Stick with rich reds, Natural rich pinks and soft colours that will pop. Stay away from neon and bright lips that, you want the lips to pop but not over power.

Blush : The same again , you want to highlight the cheekbones in a natural way. Pinks, peaches etc

Eyes and eyebrows : With eyes its important to not over work. Stay away from black eyeshadows and eyeliners. Stage lighting can be different from competition to competition, some lights can come directly from above which can leave a big shadow under your eyes. Just in case stay clear of black, keep it semi natural. Stick with a natural palette, i recommend browns. Don't be afraid of adding some lashes for an added ooomf. Eyebrows can change the whole structure of the face, so keep them natural but do enough work on them that they will pop from the tan. 

Setting sprays :

Its a product i have never heard anyone discuss. It is so important especially when doing a show to keep your makeup in tact. Bodybuilding shoes can be long and hot events. Makeup setting sprays can hold your makeup in place for up to 16 hours. They work by regulating the face temperature which prevents sweating. 

Two brands i recommend include Mac and Urban Decay 


 My conclusion :

Be sexy, be confident, be proud and be ready. All of all your hard work has come down to this one day. Show of your body to the best of your ability. Compliment in a professional way. Sometimes being natural is the best way to be sexy, you are in a bikini after all. Follow the rules and guidelines. Don't be afraid to ask for help or practice as much as you can. Have your camera at the ready and have as much fun as possible. Every girl will have had the toughest couple of weeks, be a good sport and enjoy each others company. The bikini category is a sport, so always have that in the back of your mind when getting glam. 

I am going to do a Makeup tutorial in the next couple of days, where i will go though the full procedure for stage makeup. 

Leave a comment below
Kelly D xx

Thursday, 27 March 2014

The focus group review

The Bikinibrawn focus group was a bigger success than i could have ever imagined. Not only were the group of women involved dynamic, positive, friendly and engaging but also hugely vocal about the products on offer at the event. A Blog would be nothing without the readers behind it, and with that in mind i organized the group get together. During our focus group we chatted all things health and fitness. We really delved into all elements from our own struggles and desires and of course we heavily discussed the products. There are so many exciting brands out there that people are not aware of from  health food brands , sports nutrition goods, supplements, organic foods, health drinks and everything in between. Obviously as a health & fitness blogger i am constantly looking and trying new products. I thought it was such a good idea to share that with my readers and give them a chance to try out contemporary and exciting brands, and also to FINALLY get hands on with the blog they read. In reality everyone's opinions are different, and what i like doesn't necessarily mean you will like it. This group review will really be a new dynamic way of reviewing products on Bikinibrawn. I hope you enjoy all of the opinions and would love to hear YOUR thoughts on some of the products. If you interested in taking part in a Bikinibrawn focus group please leave a message below 

Here are some lovely reviews from some of our guests : 

''I thought the focus group was a good laugh but it was also very informative and enjoyable. As it was nice to met people with a similar mind frame , that it means a lot to them to to live a healthy life style while still looking good lol. i thought you gave the information out well and explained yourself well too. But most important you made us all feel welcome as if we had all known each other for a while which made the atmosphere comfortable and friendly.''

'' I really enjoyed the focus group and found it really helpful, meeting so many like minded women and talking about a topic were all so passionate about. Id definitely be interested in another one. I thought you were a brilliant speaker, very clear, friendly and enthusiastic. I think its great how you write for what your readers want and really include them in your blog, social media sites etc''

'' I thought the group was great. I really it. I was nervous at first, because i'd be shy enough, but felt as ease once i got there. I really enjoyed all the products that you got for us to test, it was great to try them. I'm a fussy eater as well so i probably wouldn't have tried most of them off my own back. You spoke well and felt you shared information you learned along the way. You also gave us a little background info on the products which was nice( The ladies dropping up the spelt bread ) sticks in my head. So cute its the personal; touch that stands out ''

A huge welcome to Gillian and her new feature ( Student & the gym )

Hello hello guys and dolls!

Let me introduce myself; my name is Gillian, and I am a 22yr old full-time student and training to be a bikini competitor. 

I have a small blog on and will expand on it here, welcome to Student & the Gym!

So a little about my fitness history; I was into sports when I was younger, I enjoyed most things I tried, swimming, athletics and so on. But in my teenage years rowing was my sport of sport! I started out in Tribesmen Rowing Club when I was thirteen and trained and competed there for three years, achieving several national championships. I loved rowing but had to quit due to injury. I stopped all training and acted a bit wild for a few years… I had sporadic bouts of fitness, intentions of losing weight and getting “fit and healthy”, but always fell back into bad habits and never stuck with anything for more than a month of two.

But last spring when I took a good look at myself after yet another relapse into the bottom of the pack of cookies I finally had enough. I had had a good spurt of “well-being” that November and lost a little weight only to put on twice the amount I lost only month or two later! I was browsing online when I saw photos of fitness models, and Bikini Pros, Ana Delia and Nathalia Melo. I just thought to myself “I want that!”, now how do I get it?
So the research started, I was on every fitness website I could find looking up proper diet and nutrition and training. was extremely important in my building knowledge, endless workouts, advice, diets, and supplementation. I built up a little notebook off information and when I returned to Galway in May of 2013 for the summer I started to work in Galway City Gym.

Using that gym in itself was a huge aid, there’s no-where like it in Ireland! There’s a real sense of community there, so many competitors under one roof, or just people living a fit life! I learned so much from the people in there, whether it was advice with training or even writing you up a diet. I really appreciate all the help I got from the people I met there, there’s one or two in particular, who I won’t embarrass by naming (but they know who they are) who I owe an extra big thank you to Going to the right gym makes all the difference, I know from talking to people that when they start getting into training their friends and family mightn’t be hugely supportive all the time, “you’re making us feel bad” is a big one I hear! Which is fair enough, I’ve felt it too, someone you used to share the pizza with has left you hanging to be fit and you feel bad having it on your own or that you’re not up running too… So it’s good to have people doing the same thing you do that you can talk to about it all so you yourself don’t feel so alone in it all, and your friends and family don’t have to hear about your new endeavours!

Now for the bodybuilding part… I was busy as a bee training away (kind of aimlessly really, I knew I wanted a 6-pack but that’s about it), and people kept asking me if I was going to compete, so after a while enough kept asking so I decided to look into it and about 10weeks out from Nationals in October started to prep. I didn’t know much about what was needed to get ready for competition but I sure got a crash course coming up to RIBBF! I was 4weeks out when I decided to step away from competition. There were a lot of factors contributing to my stepping back, I was still adjusting to the whole lifestyle, had moved back to Dublin for college, had a new job, trying to level the ground with friends who weren’t used to this new me, but then when my friend who had been a missing for a week was found dead I had enough. It was the right decision for me and I have no regrets. Gave me time to gather my thoughts, regroup and look forward to spring. I put on quite a bit of weight (after eating my feelings for 5weeks) and had some damage control to do… But I put the extra weight to work during my off season to make solids gains and fill out my physique.

And now here I am, 5weeks out from competition, feeling strong, healthy, and happy I’m currently juggling college (5days a week), my job (4days a week) and competition prep (7days a week), not to mention friends, family and a relationship. I’m not a personal trainer, I didn’t do a nutrition course, my course has nothing to do with health and fitness and my job most certainly does not either. I am a normal girl making time for something I feel very passionate about, if I can do it, really anybody can you won’t find the time, you just have to make it!
Thanks for reading!
Gil :D


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We would love to hear your thoughts on Gills feature, Are there any students out there who are loving this ? Let us know

Do we have to become fitness machines ??

I have been feeling beyond guilty the past couple of weeks, that my own mission has taken me away from my readers. Which makes me think about how mechanical we can become when we set ourselves a serious fitness goal. Have i become a fitness obsessed machine, a person that cant make time for her usual duties? is this the norm ? Should you feel guilty ?. I am not entirely sure of the correct answer to these questions. None the less my desire for success burns stronger than ever, my body goals well within my grasp. To think ten weeks has passed since my last cheeky snack, a luxurious bingefest and a night on the tiles, filled with cocktails and of course the inevitable next day hangover. There are moments when i sit at home and all i can think about is chocolate or pizza, but when i wake up the next day i realize the chocolate would have only given me instant satisfaction, i would have had nothing to show for it the following day. My sixteen week transformation is in its last phase, and to think i have passed up hundreds of those cravings is mind blowing. I feel empowered to know i have the ability to fight that demon on my shoulder. Even though my transformation is specifically focused on my body and health, i have no doubts this strength is going to have a huge effect on the rest of my life. So maybe i have become mechanical and a little distracted, but i think from time to time we have to be a little selfish and achieve new goals. I have become a stronger person a more determined person and of course a healthier person. I guess in some ways i have answered the question. That sometimes we can become obsessive but that doesn't mean we are machines, if anything our emotions are heightened. Would love to hear what your opinions are, do you become selfish when you are trying to get in shape, do you feel guilty ??

Leave a comment below 


Sunday, 23 March 2014

The Nathalia Melo Post workout series. Including part one & part two

Part One 

                                                               Part two 

We would just like to say a huge thank you to Irish Muscle and of course the beautiful Nathalia Melo. We would love to hear your thoughts on Episode one ? Is there anyone you would like to see  on the couch. Let us know and leave a comment below

My Bang and Olufsen experience

Some people would consider themselves emotional trainers, no i don't mean they cry during training. Actually they might not even realize they are emotional trainer. An emotional trainer is a person who finds exercise a source of fulfilling or satisfying an emotional desire through training. A person who finds training satisfying to the soul and the mind. Some however just train our of necessity, some people on the other hand detest exercise. There is nothing wrong with any of these methods, each person is different in their reasons and different in their feelings towards exercise. 

For me exercise is one hundred percent linked with emotion, it is an outlet for me to overcome my mind, to be tough and to let off steam. When i train i like to put my headphones one, turn the music up as load as possible, get focused and connect with my emotions to get e through my workout. You might think emotions, training and music are totally unrelated, but for me they are necessary together. Again everyone is individual. On a typical day to day i would consider myself musically eclectic, but at the gym my music needs to be empowering. I find myself listening to some heavy music that i wouldn't typically listen to, again linked to the emotional connection. When i wore my Bang+Olufsen head phones, i escaped into the zone. Nobody could speak to me, i could hear nothing except my thoughts and the music. To be honest the sound was so good, i actually could barely hear my thoughts, and that never happens. The H6 play headphones by Bang + Olufsen were a luxury compared to my typical iphone earphones. They didn't fall out, they didn't irritate my ears and the sound was pristine, it was beyond refreshing. As a person who spends a lot of time in the gym, a great set of headphones is essential and worth every penny. Bang + Olufsen is a danish company who produce luxury sound systems. As you all know from reading my blog i am a huge fan of unusual , untypical brands. If you are looking for stylish, sophisticated and modern then the Bang + Olufsen H6 play headphones are for you, a nice change from the saturated Dr Dre beats headphones that the majority wear. If you are like me and are passionate about music with training then try Bang+Olufsen, or maybe a gift for a boyfriend or Girlfriend. B+O are now located in Donnybrook, on the main street. 

               Sporting my Band+Olufsen H6's 
                 for one of my many workouts

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The Bikinibrawn Focus Group

I cant belive i am only getting around to posting this now. It has been very tough to find time to blog , between my own hectic schedule and as i am sure you all can see i am well into the guts of my sixteen week transformation, i am currently on week twelve, so as you can imagine the diet and training is getting quite laborious and intense. Bikinibrawn has developed so much over the past couple of months, the readership has also developed and of course grown. 

I realized that Bikinibrawn readers don't come in a set formula, nor is there a set formula for women who want to be healthy and look good. Bikinibrawn readers come in all shapes and sizes, also in different stages of their goals, some only starting out and some struggling in the development, they also come in a huge variety of ages. It made me think that i don't really know my readers. Bikinibrawn is a community, it definitely didn't start that way. I have always enjoyed talking about my own opinions, my own struggles and of course discuss and review products that i enjoy, But if this blog is a community then one persons opinion on health, fitness and products just isn't dynamic or real. So i decided why not get together with some of my readers, get them involved, get to know them. The results were mind-blowing. Not only did i underestimate the interest in my blog but i also underestimated how much people respect me. I am not a personal trainer or a dietitian, and i don't ever pretend to be. I am just the girl next door who has fell in love with Health and fitness. I discovered that Bikinibrawn had a fanbase, it was helpful, it was motivating and it now brought people together who want to improve themselves. 

The focus group got together early last Saturday morning, The focus group took place in Pog fro-yo in Dublin city center. A great little health food eatery on bachelors walk. 
Obviously being the first Bikinibrawn focus group i expected it to be a bit of a trial event, it was the first time i have ever done anything like this. I also had a huge list of company's involved, so i was very curious to see how proactive my girls would be at reviewing the products.

Like i mentioned i was expecting a few teething problems seeing as it was the first ever Bikinibrawn focus group. To my surprise the get together went better than i could have ever imagined. The discussions were honest, dynamic and relaxed. Each member got involved, shared their stories and experiences. Conversation was fluid and colourful, as we all drank smoothies and juices.
The product discussion section i also found went hugely successful, which i will be including shortly.

I was mostly blown away by the response i received after the event. I received a couple of heartfelt messages and social media messages, that really chocked me up. To say i am satisfied about how the event went would be an understatement. What i learned was the fact we are all very different but our journey and struggles are the same, even if our goals are different. We all seek support and information. We all have moments where we felt weak and powerless in our pursuit to be better, but we also have many moments of glory. I think a focus group is just the thing to keep people on the right track, as women we love to chat. The focus group is an opportunity to discuss your journey, struggles, secrets, tips and chat about recipes and products. I am definitely going to be holding another one in the near future, possibly in May, if interested please leave a comment below. I also highly recommend organizing your own fitness focus group. Why not get together with ten of your family and friends, chat about health, training, exercise . 

You don't need to wait for the Bikinibrawn focus group  

I want to thank all the individuals who turned up and participated.   I also want to thank all the amazing brands who git involved 

Dr Zaks Uk ( protein bread & pasta )
O'egg ( Liquid Egg Whites )
Pulsin food group ( Health foods )
Bounce balls ( Protein bars )
Baby b brown ( Self tan )
Dr Antonio Martins ( Coco coconut water )
Keen ( Nut butters )
Cathy's Spelt ( Homebake spelt goods )
Pukka herb tea's
22 day nutrition ( vegan protein goods )
Better you ( Trans dermal and sublingual vitamins & minerals )
Pog Fro yo ( Salad & Juice bar Bachelors walk dublin) 

For any information on the Bikinibrawn focus group or for any of the products mentioned above please email

( The full group review will be up shortly , find out what all the girls thought of the products)

Get Slender with Slendertone

We have been fortunate enough to work in collaboration with Slendertone Uk previously, and we are even more excited to be working with them again. Slendertone and Bikinibrawn are offering a Slendertone Optimum worth 399.00 euro. I am sure you can all agree this is an amazing prize. The BB Slendertone competition will be running over our social media pages, between now and the 5th April. To enter you must tell us why you would love a Slendertone belt in your life, be honest, be genuine and of course get sharing, Rt, Like, Share. Slendertone as we know is a Electrical muscle stimulant product, that contracts your muscles using electric pulses. Slendertone is known worldwide, and has also been on the radar for a very long time. The product has with stood the test of time and people still have huge interest, proving there must be something special about Slendertone. Our last link, seen me put their abs belt into action. I found the belt to be brilliant, easy to work and fits in nicely with my hectic schedule. An amazing tool to supplement into your healthy life. Again like anything eating healthy and including more exercise will see you get the best possible results from your slendertone belt. So what exactly is an Optimum belt by Slendertone ??

Well read below and see what all the fuss is about

 'Slendertone Optimum'

Slendertone Optimum is an easy to use, revolutionary full body trainer with EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) and TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) technology, which has twenty three top programmes built into one single unit, for use in the following areas:
  • Sport: develops strength, speed, endurance and recovery for sports
  • Toning: builds and defines your muscles for a toned body
  • Pain Relief: use the TENS technology to reduce pain
  • Relaxation: relieve muscle pain and daily stress
Slendertone Optimum is suitable for men and women equally and is easy to set up. Optimum can be applied to different muscle groups, for example, on the back, abdomen, bottom, arms or legs. The pads are placed on the body, giving a clear picture of all the possible positions – and also the device is user friendly like all of the Slendertone products.

Slendertone Optimum is based on two technologies that have been used in the medical world for over 50 years.

EMS Technology

EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) has been used for over fifty years by athletes and physiotherapists as a preparation for sport and as recuperation afterwards. This technology involves sending electrical impulses to the muscle fibers, with two or more electrodes (pads) to contract the muscles, increase strength or resistance.

TENS Technology

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) is a pain relief therapy for the treatment of muscle stiffness and stress related pain, based on the stimulation of nerve fibres through electrical impulses. The operating principle works in two ways: either the nerves are stimulated to instantly block the transmission of pain signals to the brain, or the release of endorphins is stimulated that, in the course of time, allows the pain to subside.
Thanks to the combination of EMS and TENS, Slendertone Optimum can be used for various purposes: muscle building, recovery, muscular pain, everyday stress and massage

Slendertone Optimum features:

  • intuitive, very easy to navigate through programmes
  • electrode (pad) placement guide allows you for a quick set-up
  • The most powerful on the market (up to 120 mA intensity) for a more demanding workout, adjustable intensity for beginners and experts.
  • Battery time lasts up to 30 hours after 3 hours of charging
  • 4 independent channels.
  • Graphic LCD display with simple menu option for user friendliness and visibility.
  • Medical Device Class 11A - Medicine Product Guidelines 93/42/EWG (and amendments).

Slendertone Optimum programmes

Slendertone Optimum delivers 23 programmes to address your sports, toning and health needs:
7 Sports Programmes
  • Warm up, Resistance, Strength, Speed, Explosive Strength, Stamina, Recovery 
  • Support for sport preparation and recovery afterwards
6 Toning Programmes
  • Firming, Muscle Definition, Toning, 2 x Massage, Drainage
  • Toning and defining your muscles
10 Health Programmes
  • 3 x TENS, Neck/Headaches, Back pain, Sciatica, Anti-inflammatory, Regeneration, Recovery, Skin regeneration
  • With these programs you can both relieve and avoid aches and pains which occur as a result of sitting too long at a desk, standing for a long period, or driving for a long time.

What's in the box:

  • Optimum Control Unit Rechargeable battery operated control unit with adaptor
  • 4 pairs of cables
  • 2 packets of 4 small pads (5cm x 5cm)
  • 1 packet of 4 large pads (5cm x 10cm)
  • Travel bag
  • User Manual in 5 languages (German, English, French, Spanish and Italian)
  • Chart showing correct pad position

If you are interested in entering our Slendertone competition, Join the buzz on Facebook and Twitter. Follow both Bikinibrawn & Slendertone, Tell us why you would love a Slendertone Optimum. Of course share and RT. Winner announced on the 5th of April