It mildly shocks me that women haven't demanded more variety when it comes to their hair ties. Doesn't it seem strange that we've never really yearned for more beautiful alternatives to the plain, old, fabric-laden rubber band? These are some of the reasons that I absolutely love this copper "hair tube" seen above. Not only is it gorgeous, but it's different from the boring-ass hair ties that dominate the doorknobs in my house (that's where I keep all my hairties, on doorknobs throughout the house - it's actually a great way to always find one when you need one).
I hope you're not thinking it's corny to do a leaves post, 'cause baby - that's happening.
I can debate a child for maybe twenty minutes on which season is the best. And the great thing about that argument is that I don't even really have an answer to that question (all I'm certain of is that summer is the worst). Can't I just say that winter, spring and autumn tie for the best? The snow of winter, the smell of spring and the leaves of autumn are equally the greatest parts of each of those times of year. That's just a damn fact.
I really hope you're noticing these leaves around you, 'cause they're gonna leave us rather quickly.
All of these are photos are just some of the ones I've taken this year, so I think you can get a feel for how much I admire them. You don't have to necessarily photograph them to enjoy them, but I beg you to go hang out somewhere outside and f-ing bask for a little while.
Where the hell do women keep their nail polish? In a drawer beside the bed? A washroom cabinet? Why the hell are they always so hidden? I've wanted to proudly display my colours for years now and I've been looking for one of these organizers for EONS. And look how gorgeous!
Absolutely have to get one of these immediately.
If you don't keep your nail polish remover in a glass decanter, you're drastically missing out on some serious beauty.
The boning in a corset gives you more than enough structure to hold those babies up long into the night and there's virtually no need to re-adjust them at any point when wearing one. I've gone through dozens of strapless bras in my many years and I've had the same problem with all of them. And that kind of makes sense since larger breasts + strapless bras = hell. With a regular strapless bra, there's nothing to hold them up to the glorious stature of which they deserve!
But with the boning and restrictiveness of a corset? Everything makes sense and is held in place perfectly.
I'm sure you can find a relatively inexpensive one if you search online, but if you find yourself in New York City - I insist that you stop by the Orchard Corset Center on the Lower East Side. You can literally walk in the store and the woman (or man) working there will take a look at you and give you the perfect fitting corset. It's incredible.
I swear to God this primer feels as good as the ones available from Smashbox. How is that possible? I have no idea. But it's clear that from now on, I'll only ever be buying the e.l.f. primers. They even have five different types to choose from, which seems insane to actually have choice when the price is so crazy decent.
There's absolutely no reason you need to be spending $30+ on any kind of primer, so please stop it. You're only encouraging these overpriced companies that should be really ashamed of themselves.
It's pretty weather proof and won't run on you in the rain or snow or anything - it'll even stay on and not smudge off if you decide to not take it off with the rest of your makeup at the end of a day. I've done that a few times. Goddam it, I just love having fuller eyebrows. Did you know that the number one facial cosmetic procedure among women in NYC this year was eyebrow restoration? So funny that that's a thing now.
In any case, this Milani pencil is magic and you can get it at basically any CVS in New York. It ranges from $7 - $10, which is pretty decent, too.