Apprentice candidate Selina Waterman-Smith looked amazing at the Hunger Games premiere last week after having a Skinbreeze facial at Premier Laser & Skin Clinic.
The pretty 32-year-old events manager who is on the BBC1 hit TV show turned up for the premiere of the Hunger Games at the Odeon Leicester Square looking stunning in a figure-hugging silver dress.
The day before the event Selina had a 60-minute Skinbreeze facial so that her skin looked radiant even under the glare of over 100 flash bulbs from the pack of paparazzi photographers.
The treatment which has been dubbed the red-carpet facial because so many celebrity women have it the day before a big showbiz event.
The £150 treatment combines micro-dermabrasion and LED light therapy, an ozone treatment for blemishes, an oxygen infusion of bespoke serums, a hydrating mask with a lymph drainage massage and finally a fine mist spray of serum to lock in the moisture on the skin.
“It’s amazing, I look five years younger!”
When she had the Skinbreeze treatment at the Premier Laser and Skin Clinic in Soho she tweeted: “Looking five years younger thanks to @Skinbreeze_Orb #beauty treatment at @premierclinic #makeupfree !”
— Selina Slays (@selinawatermans) November 6, 2015
The following day Selina hired a top make-up artist and got ready at a suite at the Park Plaza hotel in Westminster. She was joined by Apprentice colleague Aisha Kasim, to accompany her on the night and they posted pictures of themselves getting ready in the room.
— Selina Slays (@selinawatermans) November 5, 2015
When she arrived the paps took hundred of pictures of her and she was so blinded by the camera flashes that she nearly bumped into actor Woody Harrelson on the red carpet as they were both doing interviews right next to each other.
Selina is one of the favourites on the BBC1 reality show and the competition for the job with Sir Alan Sugar is hotting up as the programme reaches the final stages.
Well, she certainly wins our vote for the Apprentice with the best skin.
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