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Flattering wrap dresses

I love wearing wrap dresses. I think they are really flattering and they can be customised to perfectly fit and drape around your body. I also think they can be worn in a range of situations such as at the office or to a cocktail party depending on how they are accessorised and the type of fabric used on the dress. I can't buy all of the wrap dresses in the world, but I love to search for new options so I have started this blog to talk about all the dress options, like wraps, that you might enjoy. I hope you love what I find and share.

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Exfoliate

The first step to looking like you've had a full eight hours' sleep is to exfoliate your face; this is one of the quickest ways to revive dull skin and pep up the complexion. When you exfoliate, you are effectively removing a layer of dead skin cells, leading to a smoother, more glowing base.

Moisturise

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Hydrate

Water is essential if you want to look more awake, so be sure to drink plenty of water or herbal tea throughout the day to plump up the skin. You can even go one step further and use a water spray to hydrate your face when it starts to show signs of fatigue. Water sprays are easy to make at home; simply fill a small spray bottle with filtered water and, if you wish, add a couple of drops of essential oil. Peppermint essential oil is a great choice for when you feel tired and groggy, as it thought to have energy-boosting properties.

Apply makeup

A little makeup can work wonders on tired skin. However, don't be tempted to paint it on thick. Caked-on, powdery makeup can make you look more tired, not less. Instead, try opening up your eyes with a little mascara, then add a touch of light-diffusing concealer under the eyes and a pop of pink blush on the apples of the cheek. Instant perfection!

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