Thursday’s Fab Five

D.C. is finally starting to feel like fall.  I just moved into a new apartment with my boyfriend, I’m looking forward to decorating for all the upcoming holidays, and get some fabulous meals cooked.  I also can’t wait to dive back into trying all new products for you!  I organized everything in our guest bathroom, which is becoming my beauty blogger room, so I’ll be doing tons of reviews coming up on what I love best.  Right now here’s what I’ve been loving this week!
Thursday's Fab Five

This deep plum is to die for, this type of purple is my favorite.  A little vampy, not too much, and depending on how the light hits your nails it brightens up a bit.  Just like the Tokyo theme of this season’s colors, this polish is chic & sophisticated, and will def yield you a compliment or two. 
As soon as we moved into our new place I started burning this candle, this scent and Leaves are my favorite fall candles from Bath & Body Works.  Hopefully they’ll have a sale soon so I can stock up!  Autumn gives a warm aroma of apples, fig, & spice.  It doesn’t smell sweet.  
This is a product from my Birchbox, and I’m obsessed- considering buying the full size with my Birchbox points.  Serum is one of my favorite parts of my routine, and I always use a targeted serum for either rosacea or breakouts.  I love feeling the aloe of the product, it feels so refreshing after using my toner.  The price point of this product is great too for a serum, def try it out.
These B&BW soaps are my go to for the October- January season.  Right now I’m using Fall Lakeside Breeze in my bathroom and I’m loving the basil & sandalwood scent combination.  It’s light, very fresh, and creates the perfect Earthy Fall vibe.  What more could I ask for?!  
I’ve been trying to do my nails at home more often, and no matter how much time I give myself I always find I need to go do something and need my nails instantly dry.  I love using this cuticle oil because it gives great moisture to my cuticles while also acting as a protectant on my still drying nails.  I’ll be honest, not sure why it’s called apricot aside from the color, but I don’t really mind, since the oil does its job!

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