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Matt Damon doesn’t entrust his face — well, his eyes, anyway — to just anybody. The actor has been a long supporter of Bevel frames, most recently rocking the semi-rimless ChinChin style at the SAG Awards. Maybe it’s because the so-called artisanal eyewear company is all about individuality and the right fit. Go to http://www.bevelspecs.com and pick a frame that fits your lifestyle or personality. Locally sold at Artsee, 1658 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach.

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Phew. Valentine’s Day is over, but there’s always a reason to give flowers, right? Kalla, launching Saturday, is a service that brings “floral couture to your door.” Their hand-crafted bouquets, which change seasonally like fashion, come in limited-edition vases and are named after famous historical couples. Let’s put it this way: 1-800-Flowers this is not. www.Kalla.com.

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For some revelers, the SoBe Wine & Food Fest should be renamed “The Hangover Part IV.” To combat your pain, tuck into Verde at PAMM for a $10 remedy. The blood orange mimosa, created by the restaurant’s GM Rory Gurland, is about two-thirds Prosecco (carbonation), one-third juice (vitamins). Presto-change-o your mood-o! Feel free to take it outside and drink in the scenery, too. Served at lunch seven days a week; Thursdays for dinner. Brunch coming soon.

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Want a movie-star smile but don’t have the time or patience to sit under the lasers at a dentist’s office? Work your way to a more high wattage mouth with the aptly titled Prime Time Smile Active Blue Teeth Whitening Kit. This two-step brush-on + LED light system promises to whiten in less than one 30-minute treatment — without trays, strips, traffic-laden trips or the hefty expense. $46 at Ulta and Drugstore.com.

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