This wand is a hair essential. With my thick hair, I need an iron that can heat all of my strands in a curl. The Bombshell has been a personal favorite of mine since moving to NYC. It’s also great for humidity and seems to hold my curls longer than others. I typically use the 1″ rod, but tried out the 1.5″and I love the larger curls.
Amazing primer from the drugstore. Unlike most of my other primers, this one is thicker and stickier than most, making my makeup stay on longer.
I recently transitioned from my pale pinks to a bold fall colors. Wicked by Essie is a personal favorite. It looks almost black, with berry undertones. I especially love it with my longer, pointed nails like I wore here.
Instead of a trip to the salon, save yourself some cash and use Lauren Conrad’s mani tutorial.
A little bit of a splurge, but this helps with the lines around my mouth(aka laugh lines). When used daily, I can see a big difference in the fullness of my face and a reduction of fine lines.
This hair treatment is a must have for my hair routine. It was recommended over the summer to help rebuild and reconstruct my hair. Since I use heat on my hair daily, these types of conditioners are needed to seal in moisture for my locks.
This soft and sweet perfume is my “go-to” and resides on my desk. Makes it easy for me to remember to throw it into my whatever bag I’m using for that day. It’s the perfect everyday scent.
Another luxury item but worth every penny. This is my favorite dry shampoo. I rotate shampoos fairly often but always keep my Oribe for special occasions or photoshoots. The dry shampoo is lightweight and doesn’t make your hair feel heavy or greasy after applying. It also refreshes your hair with the vibrant Oribe scent.
The IT Cosmetic recently launched their skin care line at Sephora and the lip treatment. After a harsh summer and experiencing dry skin, this treatment is currently a must to bring back the moisture in my lips.