Night be­fore

Woman & Home - - Pre-party Checklist -

HELP, I HAVE A SPOT!

Don’t panic, and def­i­nitely don’t pick. noth­ing, bar a cor­ti­sone in­jec­tion, can make a spot dis­ap­pear, but if it’s one of those scar­let un­der-the-skin lurk­ers, nip out and buy a bot­tle of anti-red­ness eye drops. these con­tain in­gre­di­ents to tem­po­rar­ily shrink blood ves­sels and will re­duce red­ness around the blem­ish, mak­ing it look smaller and eas­ier to con­ceal. you’re wel­come.

SPRAY TAN TIME

“an air­brushed tan from a pro gets into the ar­eas of the body that are a con­stant strug­gle at home and uses dif­fer­ent gra­di­ents of pres­sure to en­sure the most nat­u­ral colour in the right places,” says James harknett, known as the tom Ford of spray tan­ning. “af­ter­wards you don’t have to hi­ber­nate, but avoid any­thing that could make you per­spire. stick to hand sani­tiser so as not to splash the skin, and be mind­ful of hot drinks that could steam across the top of the lip.”

GET YOUR BEAUTY SLEEP

by which I mean get as much shut-eye as pos­si­ble, but also, su­per­charge your slum­ber with the lat­est tar­geted overnight treat­ments. TO PLUMP Olay Re­gener­ist Overnight Mir­a­cle Firm­ing Mask, £29.99. TO HY­DRATE Vichy LiftAc­tiv Hyalu Mask, £40. TO RE­FRESH WASO Shi­seido Beauty Sleep­ing Mask, £39.

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