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How to Look Sexy in the Morning

Updated on November 21, 2012

Girls, we all want to look our best, but may not look at all sexy when we first wake up in the morning.

This is especially true if we have had a late night, and the reason we had such a late night is lying in bed beside us.

The absolute worst thing that can happen to us, is to wake up to find him staring intently at our face, murmuring something cringe-worthy like "I love watching your sleep".

We know our eyes are puffy, yesterday's make-up is streaky, our eyes are blackened with rubbed in mascara, and our hair is an tangled mess.

Fear not! There are ways we can learn how to look sexy in the morning after the night before.

Remove all makeup before bed

Honestly, you know yourself there is nothing worse than waking up with your mascara all streaked down your face, and your foundation on the pillow.

Make a point of taking it all off the night before, even if he is lying in bed waiting for you.

If this is impossible, slip out of bed afterwards and wash it off.

If you really hate how you look without makeup, just remember that at this stage he is unlikely to even notice. Women worry more about cosmetics than men do.

Just turn the lights down low and all will be well, and you will look a lot better in the morning than if you didn't remove it.

Waterproof mascara runs in your sleep too, and is harder to remove, so just take the make-up off.

Do NOT apply moisturiser or astringents to your skin.

You will not be popular if he gets a taste of any of those chemicals in his mouth when he romantically covers your face with kisses. Just remove your makeup as normal, then pat your face with plain water before drying.

couple the morning after
couple the morning after

Morning after hair care

Do not worry about your hair.

It is going to be tousled with sleep and there is nothing you can do about that. His will be tousled too.

Many men find women especially attractive the morning after, regardless of what their hair looks like.

You can always get up and give it a quick comb if it really upsets you, but it will not bother him at all.

He WILL bother if your makeup is all smudged and streaked, but your hair is not even an issue for him.

Look sexy in the morning in his shirt

wear his shirt
wear his shirt | Source

Getting out of bed the morning after

Believe it or not, men find the half-clothed bodies of women sexier than naked bodies.

They have this idea in their heads that a clothed and covered woman is a challenge, or a promise still to come.

The naked female form is already his, and loses its charm.

So, the morning after, you will look really sexy if you use a sheet off the bed, or even his shirt, to wrap around yourself or wear as you get up.

Think of Hollywood movies.

The heroine always seems to wear his oversized shirt over her perfectly proportioned body.

If beautiful film stars with their gorgeous bodies feel the need to cover up, so can you.

It will not only keep cold draughts away, it will keep his interest.


Remember to smile

Being grumpy in the morning is the biggest turn-off ever.

So smile, even if you think you look a mess. or even if HE looks a mess.

Assuming he isn't just a one night stand that you picked up after one too many the night before, he will know you, and fancy you like mad anyway.

Just like us women, men want to feel wanted.

So smile and keep that grin on your face. Your eyes will light up and the muscles used to make your mouth turn up at the corners will also lift any sagging bits of skin on your face.

That smile will make you look and feel good as well as sexy, and with smiles being infectious, he should soon be smiling too.


Love is Blind

If he is short-sighted you could always hide his glasses and 'find' them again when you are fully dressed and have your war-paint back on again!

But you know what they say.

Love is blind.

If he loves you, you will look sexy in the morning to him, no matter what you do.

love is blind
love is blind

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    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR

      IzzyM 

      5 years ago from UK

      The beer belly is a big turn off, clothed or naked LOL

    • jpcmc profile image

      JP Carlos 

      5 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      The important word there is "muscled" LOL

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR

      IzzyM 

      5 years ago from UK

      LOL, yeah every man I have ever spoken to about this says the same! Of course it works the same the other way round too. A muscled male body stripped to the waist is far sexier than a naked man.

    • jpcmc profile image

      JP Carlos 

      5 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      Half-clothed bodies...gives us something to imagine. We can be very creative.

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR

      IzzyM 

      5 years ago from UK

      OMG the mind boggles! Bright pink too - what a thought! Hope you were on your own at the time LOL Yes I wear glasses too now, and failing eyesight is a blessing when you or your partner have facial wrinkles, bags under eyes and any other unsexy signs of ageing. Just leaving the spectacles off makes them look good! I don't understand those young girls who want to wake up with octogenarian billionaires! I mean, are they short-sighted or what?

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      CMHypno 

      5 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

      Being short sighted myself, I always look great until I put my glasses on and have a closer look lol! The funniest time was when I experimented with 24hr stay on lipstick. I had chosen a very bright, hot pink colour to wear on my night out, and after a few drinks collapsed into bed. When I dragged myself out the next morning I almost died of fright when I saw these bright pink lips grinning back at me in the mirror. The lipstick had lived up to its name and not come off - in fact it didn't come off for about another three days!

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