Style Must Have. Rexona Invisible Dry

KARON PHOTOGRAPHY--0036As a stylist, my most important goal is to ensure a client looks their best. The expectation is that I know the best ways to protect my clients, their personal brands and of course, their clothes. With Autumn Racing in full swing and major red carpet events like the Logies Awards just around the corner, I thought I’d share one of my top tips for getting event and photo ready, in collaboration with Rexona Invisible Dry.

With the cooler climate setting in, layering and darker or jewelled toned clothing becomes essential. No one likes white marks or yellow stains on their clothing, especially my clients and I!

Rexona Invisible Dry, offers 48-hour protection so your clothes stay protected and so do you. Whether it be because we’ve invested in staple pieces or dressing up in the new season’s collections, perspiration marks will never look great on social media, in person or in a photo.

When the days are gloomy, layered clothing and heated spaces cause odours and yellow stains (especially with white) or white marks on darker clothing – it’s not cute!

Television personality Lorinska Merrington is heading to the Autumn Racing Carnival, so I had her in my studio in Melbourne at the Australian Style Institute this week.

To be event and photo ready ahead of a special event or perhaps a night out with friends, the key is to think of your outfit in its totality, that is;

  1. Preparation prior to the event is key. Keep yourself well hydrated and moisturise your skin to ensure you’re looking radiant.
  2. Apply Rexona Invisible Dry before you put on your outfit to protect yourself from perspiration, white marks and yellow stains.
  3. Ensure your hairstyle and makeup compliment your outfit

White marks and yellow stains caused by deodorant on clothes is beyond frustrating, using my must have in my style kit, Rexona Invisible Dry you’ll be protecting your best garments and you!

LW x

Imagery & Video. Karon Photography// Talent. Lorinska Merrington //Hair & Makeup Mae Taylor and Kristina Klonaridis // Location. Australian Style Institute