Friday, October 31, 2008

Helen Flanagan To Play A Right Slut

Helen Flanagan
at National Television Awards
Helen Flanagan National Television Awards
Helen Flanagan had a special hairstyle for Wednesday's National Television Awards and looked amazing as she trod the red carpet. Unfortunately she didn't get to show it off properly on stage as Coronation Street missed out on winning an award.

Helen, however, explained that her Coronation Street character, Rosie Webster, is getting a bit obsessed while being held hostage. That's obsessed with sex!

Helen explained, "Rosie was always feisty but this has made her skin a bit thicker and there will be hell to pay later on. Rosie is a right minx and that side of her is going to come out even more. Honestly, Rosie turns into a right slut!"

What a shame!

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Monday, October 27, 2008

Helen Flanagan Says her Boobs Aren't Fake

Helen Flanagan Sexy Eyes
Helen Flanagan sexy eyes
Helen Flanagan reckons that girls grope her boobs when she's on a night out. She said, "They all bark at me that they are fake. The truth is they are all natural. Yes, I am big, but so what."

So what indeed!

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Helen Flanagan Finds It Liberating To take Her Clothes Off

Helen Flanagan cleavageHelen Flanagan has been talking about that Coronation Street underwear / corset scene and reckons it was 'very liberating'.

Her words were, "I'm an actress so I just decided to get on with it, I wasn't nervous. It was actually really liberating to film those scenes and it was boiling on the day so it was nice not to have to wear very much."

The question a lot of her male admirers will no doubt be asking is whether she is likely to have any more liberating moments, say in one of those men's mags. It looks like they will be disappointed!

Helen said, "I've only just turned 18, and I always said I would wait to do things like that. Plus I would have to see what my boyfriend thought of it!"

It seems that boyfriend Daniel Scott wouldn't approve. But you never know what the writers of Coronation Street might be thinking.

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There are many issues that effect women who require treatment for breast cancer or various forms of tumor. Clearly there is the physical trauma of the surgery itself. However, equally invasive is the psycological trauma of the after effects of surgery on the individual and in some cases on their families.

Women can 'wrongly' sometimes have a reduced sense of self worth. They suddenly find difficulty in finding mastectomy bras that fit and their old favourite designers brand do not provide for their specialist needs. More and more companies such as the designer lingerie brand Di Murini are now producing specialist mastecomy bras which are highly functional in that they provide areas for prosthesis, have reduced abrasion through seam wear and utilise specialist materials which are gentle on the skin whilst maintaining the chic of designer lingerie.

These advances can only help women to lift their spirits after this form of surgery and to help them in the post-surgery recovery.

What is a mastectomy?

The word mastectomy is the medical term for the surgical removal of one or both breasts, somtimes this is partial or complete. A mastectomy is usually carried out to treat breast cancer. Somtimes women and even some men who are at high risk of breast cancer have the operation prophylactically - this prevents cancer rather than treating it.

Sometimes patients have a lumpectomy or wide local excision. This is an operation whereby a small portion of breast tissue containing the tumor and some local healthy tissue is removed to protect the overall breast.

Advice on what to look for in a post-surgery bra.

  1. If the bra you are wearing is the correct style and fit then it would be impossible for anyone to know that you had surgery.

  2. You should always get expert advice on what type of mastectomy bra is best for you. Considerations may be style, fit, comfort (immediatly post-surgery or after your skin has had time to recover) and materials used in the construction (make sure the materials will not irritate you). Comfort should be a paramount consideration.

  3. It may be better to buy a small selection of well constructed beautifully designed bras which make you feel and look great rather than a larger amount of cheaper bras.

  4. It may be possible for some women to wear under-wired bras after some time after surgery. However, this is very dependant on the type of surgery an individual has and on the individual with many women finding the underwire uncomfortable as it irritates the scar tissue.

  5. Again, dependant on the type of surgery, some women may be able to wear a padded bra or a padded bra with a small insert which helps restore the shape of the breast if the surgery is relatively minor or a minor lumpectomy.

  6. A silicone prosthesis may be possible to wear approximately 6 weeks after you surgery though it is always advisable to consult your doctor or medical team first.

  7. If your surgery is more extensive then the prosthesis may require a pocket to ensure that it remains in place. Make sure that you go through all of the normal movements you would make to ensure the prosthesis remains in place and that it moves as a normal breast would do.

  8. Remember to clean your prosthesis regularly using the manufacturers guidance and when not in use the prosthesis should be kept in its mould in its original packaging to help retain its shape and enhance its life.

  9. Several types of breast prostheses are available for women who have had a mastectomy. They range between the lightweight foam forms that can be used immediately after surgery (they can ride up a little) to the more realistic silicone breast prostheses.


There are many brands of prosthesis of prostheses available including Amoena, Anita, Classique, Silima and Trulif.
You should be able to find a prosthesis that both realistically matches your remaining breast or your body shape and which feels comfortable.

Silicone prostheses are made from a soft, gel-like substance surrounded by a polyurethane skin. Resembling the human breast they are made in a wide variety of shapes which mimic a whole breast or which are partial shells, wedges and undercup fillers. Most silicone prostheses, which cost approximately £100.00, are now available in full or reduced weight styles to suit your needs and preferences and should last up to two years when cared for properly. It may be useful to retain at least two prosthesis – maybe even in different weights – the alternate may be used for such activities as lying on a beach or sport.

There are two other main types of prostheses, the non-weighted and weighted.

The non-weighted forms include shaped foam forms and fibre-filled pads which can be worn post-operatively and may be more comfortable during sleep or when lying on a beach. They are a cheaper form of prostesis though they can ride-up thereby giving a less symetrical effect to a womas figure.

The weighted forms are often suitable for leisure and sports activities and some forms are designed specifically for the gym and for swimming. They are often cheaper than silicone prosthesis and are commonly half the weight meaning that they have less tendency to ride-up.

You should try to choose the mastectomy bra first or better still try the prostesis and the mastectomy bra at the same time. If you get the bra that fits the remaining breast and then match the prosthesis to the mastectomy bra this should give a great result. If you have private medical insurance then please check the policy as it may assist with the cost of the prosthesis and products such as mastectomy bras, lumpectomy bras and swimwear.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Helen Flanagan Gets Dirty In The Attic

Rosie Webster locked in atticCoronation Street fans have been wondering what on earth has happened to Helen Flanagan's character Rosie Webster. Where has she gone?

The truth will start to unravel this week as Rosie is seen on screen again.

No, not in a figure hugging corset this time, but looking a bit of a mess. There she is with no make-up (hopefully Helen didn't get too severe withdrawal symptoms), all lonely and hungry. Ahhh!

But who locked her in the attic? Guess it doesn't take too much working out.

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Thursday, October 9, 2008

Different Sports Bras for Different Levels of Activity

By Cassandra Haley

We know well that it's better to wear sports bras when engaging in sports and lively activities. But did you know that there are different kinds of sports bras for different levels of activity?

Depending on your active lifestyle, you should wear a sports bra that gives you the support you need. There are three basic sports bra categories, each divided into the level of impact it supports. To make choosing and buying the perfect sports bra for you, it's important that you should know what these three categories are.

• Sports Bras for Low-Impact Activities - Walking, skating and cycling are a few examples of low-impact activities. You can wear sports bras that offer minimal control against the bounce yet with ample breast support. Low-impact sports bras can also be worn during rock climbing and cross country skiing, when the breasts don't experience much bounce.

• Sports Bras for Medium-Impact Activities - Engaging in race walking, backpacking, downhill skiing and mountain biking require a moderate amount of support and control. You can use sports bras that offer a bit of compression for your breasts, since sports bras that have compressing abilities can control the bounce.

• Sports Bras for High-Impact Activities - Playing basketball or volleyball can make your breasts bounce, which can cause breast tissue damage. Activities like these would require you to wear sports bras that offer maximum support and control. So you should wear a compression sports bra for these types of activities. You can also use this kind of sports bra for running and doing aerobics to protect your breasts.

So what style of sports bra would suit your level of activity? If you are into medium to high-impact activities, a sports bra with compression design would suit you best. It holds your breasts against your chest, keeps them in place and reduces the bounce to a minimum. Compression sports bras offer the most control and support, making it ideal for women with very active lifestyles.

For low-impact activities, there is what you call the encapsulation sports bra. Unlike in a compression sports bra, this kind of sports bra gives you a more feminine shape - it offers separation. Women with larger cup sizes can wear this kind of sports bra since it also gives individual support for each breast.

Remember, not all sports bras are created the same. They are made to offer different levels of support, depending on which sport you do. Keep these tips in mind when shopping for the perfect sports bra for you.

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Selecting Lingerie For Your Honeymoon

By Thomas Martinez

As an extension of the wedding celebration, of course you will want your honeymoon to go smoothly and to be fun for you and your spouse. Of course, the honeymoon is a chance to buy and wear some new clothing to celebrate your new life as a married couple, and while your focus is to be on the outerwear, don't neglect the lingerie for your honeymoon as well. New clothing for the bedroom can help create the right atmosphere for getting closer with your spouse, for sleeping, and for going through your routine. To help you purchase well when you buy lingerie for your honeymoon, here are some tips:

Be Tasteful

Even if you purchase some lingerie for your honeymoon with the intention of spicing things up in the bedroom, be sure to buy something that's a little more conservative and tasteful for your collection. Even a simple chemise can look attractive without being too revealing. Keeping the majority of your lingerie on your honeymoon tasteful also ensures that should housekeeping burst into the hotel room or your curtains allow anyone to see in, even a little, you'll be decent.

Pamper Yourself With Fabrics

Just because the lingerie on your honeymoon should be tasteful, however, doesn't mean you need to skimp on the material it's made of. Silk and satin are materials that are soft on the skin and comfortable to wear, which is what you'll want when you're trying for a little romance in the bedroom. Not only will you feel better wearing such nice things on your body, but it will better encourage your spouse to hold you when cuddling at night, or in the morning, which is what you want while on your honeymoon.

Buy Something For Him

While you're out shopping for lingerie for your honeymoon, don't neglect your husband, either. Just as new lingerie for your honeymoon will make you feel better at bedtime, so will some new bed wear for him, as well. Buy a pair of silk or satin pajamas or boxers for your husband, and he's almost certain to appreciate the care you've taken in helping him to look elegant in the bedroom.

And while you're buying some pajamas for him, consider looking for some his and hers bathrobes that match. Not only will it be a gift that helps to reaffirm your new life together, but also it'll make a nice look as you lounge around during lazy mornings during your honeymoon. With just a little care, you'll find that you have some great selections of lingerie for your honeymoon. has other well-written and helpful articles not only related to get honeymoon tips from other newlyweds, but also other information and resources related to honeymoon.

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Sunday, October 5, 2008

Helen Flanagan Gets To Keep Cleavage Corset

Helen Flanagan corsetI should think that everyone has now seen the photos of Helen Flanagan in 'that' bedroom scene on Coronation Street. They certainly accentuated her assets, see photo here.

It seems that the corset came from Agent Provocateur.

Helen said, "It was dead expensive. I asked the team who would be wearing it again in my size - Blanche? So they said I could keep it."

Boyfriend Danny Scott must be delighted!

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