Department store beauty products never get marked down, ever. So for this big sale, brands participate by creating special, limited-edition versions of popular products that are often very good values. Like this massive (and cool-looking!) container of Kiehl’s ever-beloved Creme de Corps.
My brows are thinning something awful lately, and—while I debate whether or not to get microblading (has anyone had it? How is it?) I will make do with makeup, namely this kit from brow queen Anastasia.
I love my ghd curling iron: it heats quickly, is lightweight and skinny enough not to take up too much real estate in a suitcase, and gets the job done. And while we’re at it, I’ve also had good experiences with this T3 curling iron.
Five Mac mini lipsticks, for when you’re in the mood to try something new, but are not sure what that new thing is just yet.
People love this lash enhancing serum and swear it really works, so maybe before I go for the aforementioned microblading, I will give it a shot.
This self tanning mousse has die-hard fans because it’s easy to apply evenly, and the results are pretty natural.
How lovely would it be to throw this perfume travel trio from Diptique in your suitcase the next time you’re set to go away? The musky Fleur de Peau sounds especially appealing to me.
Malin & Goetz is a grooming line for men, but don’t let that stop you from sampling their goods: this body wash smells wonderfully or bergamot and leather.
My callouses are nasty, and even a pedicure only does so much to improve the situation. I’m quite interested in this product, which purports to break down the callous gradually.
Back when I was in my 40s and still breaking out, I went on an all-Kate-Somerville regimen, and my skin eventually cleared up. A key component of that regimen was this exfoliating wash, which is quite powerful, but also gentle enough to use on my sensitive skin. You don’t want to use it every day, though, so this jumbo tube will last a good long time.