Everyday Beauty Favorites

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With a new season upon us, I thought I’d share some of my go-to beauty products. These are the products I’m using every single day. As a working stay-at-home mama, my skincare routine is very simple. At 32, I’ve also realized the importance of investing in quality over quantity. While some of my beauty must-haves are costly, they’re worth every penny as I’ve seen a major improvement with my skin. On a separate note – I will definitely put together my everyday makeup essentials in another post soon! Let me know what you guys are loving in the comments below. Always love adding to my collection! {Scroll below to find my favorites} Stay up to date with all things beauty here

PS: If you’re looking for something fun to do this season — Nordstrom holds the best beauty events. Sip, snack and enjoy one-on-one time with Nordstrom beauty experts (they’re amazing!) They also include champagne, treats, discounts, exclusive gifts, freebies & more. Every New York Fashion week, Nordstrom gets in on the fun, and goes backstage to assess the biggest beauty trends and brings them back to us! I’m always looking to to freshen up my glam, and learn new tricks. All you have to do is RSVP here, or call your nearest Nordstrom store (beauty counter) for deets. A fun way to spend the afternoon with the girls. I hope you find some new beauty product goodies!


beauty products

beauty products

beauty products

BEAUTY PRODUCTS

1.
La Mer Cream

Over 1,000 5 star reviews should speak for itself. Leaves my skin feeling refreshed, vibrant and healthy. I’ve been using La Mer for a year now, and I can’t even begin to explain how much I love this product! A must for any beauty lover & beyond.

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2.
Tocca Perfume

I rotate with a few Tocca scents, but especially love the ‘Bianca’ — It has me feeling all grown up. An intoxicatingly fresh, clean and sparkling perfume that you’ll love! PS: Can we just admire the packaging?

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3.
Bobbi Brown Hydrating Eye Cream

A quick-absorbing eye cream with moisturizers that melt onto the skin. I’ve tried quite a few different eye creams, but always go back to Bobbi.This cult-favorite cream leaves the eye area soft, smooth and refreshed for up to 24 hours. It’s formulated with the brand’s signature enriched mineral water blend to hydrate, balance and revive skin, while aloe vera and witch hazel extract comfort and jojoba seed, avocado oil and squalane condition.

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4.
OUAI Hair Oil

smoothes frizz and seals split ends for hair with a high-gloss, super-smooth finish. My hair always looks/feels a million bucks after use! Definitely recommend!

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5.
DIPTYQUE Candles

Who doesn’t love Ditpyque candles? They’re light, refreshing and oh-so-pretty. If you’re extra basic (aka amazing) put your makeup brushes in after use! Will glam up your bathroom! The gift that keeps on giving! Yum!

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6.
Kerastase Resistance

I always rely on Kerastase to manage my colored hair. The resistance line reconstructs and strengthens damaged hair. It leaves my strands feeling silky smooth, and I don’t think I’ll ever switch shampoo/conditioner again!

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7.
Living Proof Dry Shampoo

I’ve tried countless dry shampoos (hello, mom life) and Living Proof is unparalleled. You guys, it’s life changing. It actually cleans hair, eliminating oil, sweat and odor.

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8.
Drunk Elephant LaLa Retro Cream

Lala Retro has the luxurious texture of a rich face cream, without feeling suffocating or heavy. It is vegan and formulated without gluten, fragrance, essential oil, irritants, and silicone. I use this on my skin every night before bed, and it feels like silk. A favorite for sure!

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9.
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

This is the Tesla of hair products, people. Definitely an investment, but it’s worth it in the long haul. Will leave your hair feeling healthy every single time. It took them over 5 years to design this, and it’s most certainly worth the wait. Love Dyson products!

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