Now you're probably thinking I've gone a bit mental but hear me out on this one: looking good can make you feel better when you've got an actual sickness so why not apply the principle to self-induced illness too? Next time you're suffering after a night of partying, try these very chic and cheerful tips to make the recovery process a lot easier!
1. Never forget Anna's golden rule: it is always cool to wear sunglasses
|(c) Karin Bar|
|Alberta Ferreti, Spring/Summer 2012|
(image from makeupforlife.net)
3. Autumn/Winter 2011 was all about the statement knit...
...so make use of that stack of jumpers and snuggle up. If you bypassed the trend before Christmas, visit the sales and pick up some cosy winter warmers - shopping online, of course!
Funnily enough, now is probably the best time to embrace another trend which I've ridiculed quite a bit over the past 12 months: pyjama pants. In the style of a certain tabloid newspaper, I have voiced plenty of horrified opinions on how this trend would surely cause the downfall of Britain and fashion as we know it (well, maybe I didn't go that far but it was probably just as dramatic...). In all honesty thoough, I now get it: trousers that are as comfy as pyjamas? It may be a few seasons late but sign me up!
|I picked up this Topshop dalmatian jumper|
for £25 in the sales
|These three quarter length pyjama trousers |
make for easy fashion - Pins and Needles rose
print trousers, £25, Urban Outfitters
|Fleur foot soother teabags, £3, Whittard|
|ELLE Eyelash suedette slippers, £5 Topshop|
Whether you're a hairspray fiend or just can't live without your GHDs, the only way to make sure your hair stays in tip top shape after an evening of teasing to perfection is to coat it in heavy duty conditioner the day after. My favourite product is Aussie's 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor deep conditioner. Not only does it smell lush but it will leave your locks in just left the salon quality.
|Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor|
deep conditioner, £4.99, Boots
I wrote a post for food blog Back to the Roots a few weeks back on my perfect hangover cure, a scrumptious wild mushroom broth. This yummy soup is perfect for rehydration and, as it's only 95 calories a bowl, you can have guilt-free seconds too.