Quite the array of favorites for you guys this week! I'm covering all bases -- from things you need in your makeup drawer to things you need in your kitchen utensils drawer. Check 'em out below!
Kiehl's Ginger Leaf and Hibiscus Firming Overnight Mask
My skincare routine used to be extremely basic -- wash my face, moisturize and DONE. But over the past couple of years, I've started to realize that it's pretty important to take care of my skin and mind what I'm putting on it. One of my go-to brands is Kiehls. Several of their products are straight-up necessary to my skincare regimen -- one of them being their new Ginger Leaf and Hibiscus Firming Overnight Mask.
You slather it on your face and neck after cleansing and then sleep with it on. It absorbs fully, so you don't have to worry about getting anything on your pillowcase. But seriously, it works wonders overnight! It moisturizes, firms, improves texture annnnnnd it smells like a tropical vacation. I use it at least twice a week religiously. Stop by your local Kiehls or Nordy's and ask about it...trust me, you'll love it!
Pottery Barn x Sarah Bartholomew Collection
Pottery Barn is unveiling a new decor collection with Nashville-based designer Sarah Bartholomew. Everything I've seen so far is amazing...cool, calm and collected with lots of options for entryway furniture and accessories to keep things organized and stylish. Plus, I think they may have solved the world's problem of having zero stylish dog beds with their Hughes Pet Bed (I want that little pup, too!).
Maria Shireen Hair Tie Bracelet
Maria Shireen answered the age-old question "What should I do with my hair tie?" I know, most of us just throw it on our wrist so we know we'll have one nearby when we need it. But why can't it be stylish? IT CAN! I bought one of these cool bracelets last year and love it. It looks great on its own or stacked with other bracelets or a watch...and it keeps your hair tie close at hand. I opted for the Bittersweet style in Rose Gold, but there are a lot of different options on Maria's website. This would be a great gift idea or stocking stuffer!
I told you I covered all the bases this week! I don't know if I'm just late to the kitchen gadget game or if this is a new invention...but to me, it's genius! This little plastic "colander" fits over standard-sized cans to drain contents, or you can push it down on larger-sized cans (think tuna) to drain contents. So much easier than dragging a huge colander out! I found my can colander at Walmart for $1.88, but you can also find them on Amazon.