We've always loved Cetaphil's gentle face products, so we were excited to hear about their new Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths ($10). Throw them in your suitcase or purse for on-the-go makeup removal, or use them at home to avoid drenching your entire bathroom counter in water when you wash your face.
Usually, colored pencils are tools that artists use to generate something creative. Just imagine what kind of creativity could sprout from artists using pencils that are already creative in their own right. Reclaimed Branch Colored Pencils ($12) turn fallen tree limbs into something beautiful. Get ready to sketch some landscapes, because these pencils are sure to nurture your artistic nature.
Thank goodness for Tanky ($59), the sleek shell top with a pet name and a pattern so intricate and mind-bending that even if you spill some spaghetti sauce on it, nobody will ever see it. In fact, the pattern may be so effective at obscuring spills and stains that you won't be able to find them when you return to spot clean it later. Thanks, Tanky!
Is there anything scarier than waking up to find that your healthy-looking bottle glow has turned into a streaky, nuclear orange disaster overnight? This remover mitt ($11) won't make you stop sucking at applying tanning lotion, but it will help you clean up the evidence by removing product buildup and buffing away patches and streaks. As far as we're concerned, everyone should own one just in case.
Not only is this miniature electric toothbrush ($30) super compact - it's about the size of a tube of mascara - it comes in nine fashionable colors. Just pop in one AAA battery, slip it into your pocket or purse, and order the pesto for lunch.
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We're suckers for pretty packaging, but sometimes the wrappings outshine the product. Luckily, the light tuberose scent of this Sonia Kashuk Pink Innocencia Body Lotion ($9) is just as great as the bottle.
The warmer weather has finally arrived and we're jumping for joy! We can't wait to wear our favorite boyfriend tanks with a super sexy and functional bra underneath. The Victoria's Secret Sexy Tee Braided Racerback Demi Bra ($33-35) is just the one for us. Buy any Victoria's Secret bra and you'll receive free shipping (code SHIPBRA) and a free hiphugger panty (code FREEPANTY). Both coupons expire Wednesday, April 16.
Although you could play games with antique dominoes, they're so beautiful that you might as well wear them instead. The Domino Necklace ($100) is constructed with a real nineteenth-century domino made of bone and ebony. And yes, the domino effect will legitimately be in effect - you're bound to knock people over with this stylish vintage piece around your neck.
Bangs are awesome, but it's a pain to keep them out of the way when washing your face. Why use boring old bobby pins when you could wear this turban headband ($22) and pretend to be Liz Taylor? Birchbox recommends wearing it out to lunch or a summer music festival. We recommend sticking to your bathroom. With the door closed.
If the ultraminimalist in you longs to reject the clock face and just read time by hour and minute hands and shadows, so be it. (It's easier than learning how to read a sundial.) Getting used to the Wyzer Wall Clock ($99) might be challenging, but the effect in your Dwell-approved abode might be worth the frustration. And remember, you can always pick up a pack of numbered wall decals if you feel like giving up.
Although this isn't exactly how it works in the wild, the tigers on this Maison Scotch tee ($36) have found a way to use their stripes to blend in with their surroundings - their surroundings being, of course, you. They must've gotten a few hints from chameleons at the World Camouflage Conference last month.
If Cheech and Chong had a cooking show, you best believe that they'd be all about this Pot Holder ($20). The marijuana leaf-shaped pun can handle whatever you're baking, unlike that smoke detector that keeps freaking out.
Hey there, leadfoot. You do realize that speed limits aren't just suggestions, right? And that the highway is not the same thing as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway? If you view driving as a competition, assert your dominance by affixing a cheeky Objects in Mirror Are Losing decal ($10 for the set) to your side mirror. Everyone who's not a winner can suck your exhaust!
With shades including Cider, Cobbler, Pie, Crisp, Candy, and Caramel, this lip and cheek palette ($32) makes us want to slam nom some serious baked goods. Each color works well on its own, but we advise playing around with different layering combinations for a look that's as sweet as a big slice of apple pie. Mmm, pie.
We may have come from a generation that considers Christina Aguilera the ultimate "Genie in a Bottle", but we've seen enough nick@nite to know to respect our elders like Jeannie. (It's okay to call her an elder - she is supposed to be two thousand years old, after all.) Don't bother wasting one of your three wishes on being able to catch reruns of the series again, because I Dream of Jeannie ($24) has been re-released on DVD.