In my world, the beauty product hoard is ever-increasing, so I’m always game to test a potential new organization solution.
I tend to buy bras off the clearance racks, which makes it next to impossible to find perfect replacements once they’re too worn. So I’d trudge through the day, pulling the straps back up onto my shoulder when they would slide down because I had stretched and washed away all of the elastic. Then, this tiny piece of…
Amid a closetful of nominations, three clothes hangers stood out from the pack. So check out the finalists below, and don’t leave us hanging by forgetting to vote at the bottom of the post.
Umbra’s Vana is a two-tier wood and metal vanity organizer that’s perfect for keeping your morning mainstays within reach while maintaining order. The removable, rotating mirror features 1X and 10X magnifications, and the optional rubber insert keeps smaller items from rolling around.
I was first exposed to Burt’s Bees lip balm in middle school gym class, when the cool girls dared me to put some under my eyes (DON’T DO THIS). Because what happens in middle school doesn’t haunt you forever (right?), I revisited good ol’ Burt in the form of a Tinted Lip Balm, and have never looked back.
The acceleration from zero to sixty in men’s premium grooming happened fast, and phase two has seen companies like Oars + Alps and Mavericks design to cut through the noise. Now Rudy’s has stepped into the ring with three great products made for pretty much everyone, and priced to shame the competition. We’re sold.
Think about all the lipsticks and mascaras you chuck into your bag, just in case. Now think of how many times you’ve actually finished one.
Hyaluronic acid is the It ingredient in a lot of high-end, expensive moisturizers, but Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost Water Gel has it packed into a very blue gel for under $20.
Frames and framing services are priced liked prescription drugs, so you really need to love the finished product. Fractures are by far the most beautiful way to show off your photos, and start at just $15.
A lot of people are turning to consumerism to help cope with their anxiety about where the world is headed, by either purchasing awesome things made by awesome artists, or donating money to orgs that need help. In the interest of time (that you’ll probably get paid 20% less for), the Nasty Lariat Necklace from Adornia…
The Future Mapping Company maps everything from cities to skies, with high-quality printing methods, bold stylistic choices, and fidelity to reality. The maps are available as paper or plastic prints, can be made magnetic, and can even be manufactured as wallpaper(!). Framing options are also available.