Think your Valentine's gift ideas might be pushing the boat out?
Try hiring a private jet for a dinner reservation, ordering 69 red roses with a hand-written message on every stem, or flying 101 tulips to Paris for a proposal - just some of the Valentine's Day extravagances arranged by concierge service, Ten Lifestyle.
But forget the air fares and grand gestures and give the gift of your beautiful self on February 14th.
Whether you're cuddling up on the sofa for a cosy night in or planning an indulgent night on the town, treat your beloved with a smouldering look and captivating scents he will find irresistible.
Recreate those first date butterflies and lip-locking moments. We've got all the beauty tactics you need to seduce your man all over again.
Pampered to perfection
Bring some romance to the bathroom. Put up the 'do not disturb' sign and envelop your body with rose-scented products to get you in the mood for hearts and flowers with your beau. Layering complementary products on your skin will make your scent even more alluring.
"The appeal of rose dates back to Cleopatra's time when she was said to seduce Mark Anthony with her bedroom knee-deep in petals," explains Geraldine Howard, co-founder of Aromatherapy Associates.
"Rose essential oil is renowned for its euphoric, feel-good factor, as well as its skin enhancing properties."
Lather up in the tub with Lush's Love heart soap containing aphrodisiac oils, £2.50, and surround yourself with rose petals and candles. While you're soaking give your face the glowing look of love with Montagne Jeunesse's Passion Peel Off mask, 99p.
Keep skin touchably soft with Aromatherapy Associates' Renew Rose Massage & Body Oil, £33.75, or slather on Philosophy's Unconditional Love Firming Body Emulsion, £27.20, to keep love handles in check.
Get those attraction pheromones buzzing. With a quarter of men buying fragrance as a Valentine's gift, a sensual scent is clearly a priority for the opposite sex.
"Imagine lying naked in bed wearing only your fragrance, waiting for your lover, and think of the scent's impact," suggests Ruth Mastenbroek, perfumer ( www.ruthmastenbroek.com ).
"Choose a fragrance that you know will make him want to pounce. Woody, spicy, and musky notes are very alluring. But whatever your choice of fragrance, remember not to be too overpowering - you want him to be seduced, not knocked out!"
If you do everything together as Mr & Mrs and want your scents to harmonise with each other try Oriflame's Intense Embrace for him and her, from £11.95 for 50ml.
For a scent that's romantic yet feminine and playful, spritz on Lacoste's Love of Pink, £34 for 50ml.
Want something unique to spellbind him? Create your own signature scent especially for Valentine's night with Jo Malone's luxurious Red Rose Fragrance Chronicle, £64.
Kiss 'n' make-up
Unless your name is Alex Reid and you're dating Jordan, no man would choose a full-on glamour look over natural gorgeousness. Keep your date night make-up sultry but subtle.
"Think candle light when it comes to skin," advises make-up artist Victoria Bond ( www.victoriabond.co.uk ).
"Romantic make-up is all about dewy gorgeous skin. Your eyes are the windows to a romantic's soul so keep them soft but dramatic.
"Open them up with eyelash curlers and two coats of Max Factor Lash Extension Effect mascara, £10.99, in black - all the intensity of falsies without the hassle."
Give your pout some attention with some conditioning treatment. Pucker up with Sealed With a Kiss cherry lip gloss, £3.95 from What's About Town. For a lip product that withstands snogging marathons, try Clinique's I Love Kisses Long Last Glosswear SPF15, £13, available at House of Fraser stores throughout February.
Finally, don't forget to tease your locks before you meet your man. Think bed-head hair and whip up some sexy backcombing techniques with Denman's D3 Kiss Brush, £7.16.