Happy Thursday! I hope you all had a relaxing & enjoyable Thanksgiving. I loved being up in Jersey with my family and friends, Thanksgiving is always a special time. I’m now in the Christmas spirit, ready to take on this holiday season!
With all the business of life, I have a few new products and things in my favorites lineup. Check out what I’ve been loving this month, and leave a comment, or Tweet me, some of your recent favorites. I’m always looking for new and exciting products!
Tarte’s Pineapple of my Eye Collector Set, $59
I bought this super cute Pineapple palette when Sephora first released their holiday gifts. I think this is the perfect Christmas gift for the makeup lover in your life. The eye shadows in the palette are amazing, although you want to make sure to use a shadow primer since there is some fallout. I love the mascara and lip tint that comes with it too, it’s totally worth $60, and makes for an awesome holiday gift.
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Toner. IS. Life.
No, really, toner is life. It’s my favorite part of both my AM and PM skincare routine. Why? Well, it proves to me how clean my face truly is, and also makes my skin feel ready for the next steps of serum and moisturizer.
Since I love to try new products, I always bounce around from toner to toner…but the toner I’ve been using most recently is the perfect budget beauty buy. Thayers Witch Hazel Toner can easily be found in Whole Foods or Target. It’s a natural, alcohol free toner, that refreshes and cleanses the skin without stripping it of natural oils.
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In case you didn’t know Prabal Gurung and Target have collaborated for a capsule collection hitting stores February 10th.
Here’s what Gurung himself had to say about the collection, in an interview with Racked
” You know, the whole collection was based on the idea of love and just the idea of celebration. What I wanted people to feel was just a little bit, you know, happy about it! Floral for me is perfect for a spring collection. Receiving flowers, smelling flowers. I don’t know—it just makes us all happy!”
I know I’ll def be hitting Target Feb 10, & I’m gonna do my best to pick up some my favorite looks from the collection, below!
Will you be purchasing anything from this collection? Let me know!
SERIOUSLY. RUN TO TARGET.
The Missoni for Target line is officially available in stores and online…except Target.com has been down since 7am this morning…soooooo I just suggest running to the store instead.
The second I leave my internship at 3pm I’m driving over to Target and getting everything I see. I stayed online until about 12:30am hoping they’d start selling it, but then I heard through Twitter it wouldn’t be available until the early morning. BUTTT, when I woke up this morning at 7am Target.com was already overloaded and shut down. Boo.
The line ends October 22nd, and we all know the ridiculous amount of press and super-hype this collaboration has gotten, so if you’re interested in anything I suggest you try to get it ASAP!
Missoni + Target = bank account death.
Just kidding, nobody’s bank account will be dying because everything is reasonably priced! YAY. If you don’t know what I’m talking about then listen up because this is super important.
|If you can’t afford this thousands of dollars blazer on Kate Moss…DON’T WORRY!
Missoni, famous for its colorful zig-zag pattern on almost every celebrity and model imaginable has teamed up with Target for a mega diffusion line. This has been talked about for forever, highly anticipated, and all budgets aside…every person in the world is excited for the line’s release on September 13th.
I’ve read countless articles about the line, and New York Magazine’s fashion blog, The Cut put up a slide show
yesterday of some of the pieces. This is by far Target’s smartest
diffusion line so far, I plan on being at the store right when it opens (since I don’t have to be at work that day until 9:30am!!). I’ll be grabbing everything
and anything….kinda like a crazy person but I really don’t care…maybe I’ll turn into Supergirl and be able to grab all 400 items
by the end of the day from both in-store and online. But then again, maybe not.
Prices range from $2.99 to $599 — most under $40. The line includes clothing, accessories, homeware (plates, sheets, etc.), luggage, and even an amazing bicycle.