Sometimes you need not look further than your neighborhood drug store for a great beauty buy. CoverGirl's new Bombshell ShineShadow ($8) delivers highly pigmented color in six shimmery shades to add a little pizzazz to your everyday makeup routine.
It takes a lot of faith in humanity to check your bags and hope none of the contents will go missing. As extra insurance against potential theft, we recommend attaching a "There Is Nothing Worth Stealing in Here" Luggage Tag ($16) to your suitcase. It sends a clear message to would-be thieves that a more expensive piece of luggage might be better worth their time. Don't be shocked if someone swipes this tag from you, though: that's just the kind of thing a smart aleck criminal would do.
Can't decide what flavor of cake to bake? Why choose? The Wilton 5 Layer Cake Pan Set ($17) allows you to cook multiple cakes in the oven simultaneously. Once they're done, you can slather them with frosting and stack them into one mighty dessert. Your cakes will be as delicious as they are tall.
Paradise is a world where all sweatshirts that are as cute as this Zoe Karssen Paradise Printed Sweatshirt don't cost $135. We suppose it may also be days spent in the French Riviera watching surfers and inexplicably drinking cocktails from pineapples (because we never really associated tropical drinks with the Côte d'Azur) - but hey, it's paradise - who really knows what's there?
Are you filling up your gas tank in shorts that you wore to bed, or are you wearing the shorts you wore today to run errands to bed now? The Pleated Lingerie-Style Shorts ($30) are a mystery wrapped in an enigma - the world may never know.
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It's a great feat to find that perfect cleanser that leaves your skin feeling brighter and smoother without rinsing out the moisture too, but it's an even greater one to find something like the SU:M37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick ($35), which does all that while also smelling like a bouquet of freshly cut roses. That's not a gross fake flower smell, either - this beauty product from Korea is made of 90% natural ingredients. Plus, the application makes washing your face at night a breeze - wet your face, roll this thing over it like a glue stick, and wait for the magic to happen.
Call us single and bitter, but Cupid can just get impaled by a thousand arrows and die for all we care. The supposed god of love hasn't done shit for us lately, which is why we've been eyeing this Cupid Skeleton Display ($360). Slightly grotesque and entirely intriguing, the statue is the perfect statement piece for your home, particularly if the statement you're trying to make is that "love is dead."
We've long been fans of the Australian indie pop band Architecture in Helsinki because of its irreverent approach to music. The band's latest album, NOW + 4EVA ($17) is far from Mozart in quality, but the blend of electronic instruments and joyful voices is sure to put a smile on your face. Though Architecture in Helsinki has refined its sound significantly from its carefree days in the early 2000s, an overwhelming sense of fun is still present in new singles like "In the Future" and "I Might Survive."
With a bright pattern, a short hem, and super soft cotton voile, the Mughal Punch Robe ($90) from Rikshaw Designs is practically begging to be worn all summer long. We mean, you may want to change into something less...robe-ish...if you decide to leave the house or yard, but when you're getting comfy in your own humble abode, we can't think of a good reason why you should ditch loungewear in favor of pants!
If you're brave enough to try this spring's orange lipstick trend, this bright citrus shade ($34) from Diego Dalla Palma would be a bold choice. The smudge-resistant formula includes plant oils for intensity and longevity, and leaves lips with a semi-matte finish. If subtle is more your style, check out some of the softer shades, including antique pink and warm beige.
Your dog shouldn't eat Marshmallow Peeps. (Heck, given how sugary they are, people really shouldn't eat Peeps either.) Still, there's no harm in letting your pooch slobber all over a replica of the classic candy. Good luck getting this Peeps Chick Squeaker Dog Toy ($3) out of your dog's mouth come Easter morning.
A little sparkle never hurt anything, right? Besides, the Audra Crystal Headband ($112) from Eugenia Kim isn't so blinding shiny that you'd have to save it for special occasions. Sure, it'd look lovely livening up an updo, but probably just as stunning holding back your tresses during a Saturday shopping excursion.
Sold as part of Restoration Hardware's Baby & Child line, this Bear Bookcase ($1099) carries a little more whimsy than its utilitarian contemporaries (while still keeping RH's signature premium pricing!). It sure would look darling in a nursery, but we wouldn't count on it storing much. It's one of those pieces that's perfect for displaying toys you never want played with, or heirloom blankets you wouldn't chance wrapping around a just-fed babe.
The floral pattern takeover will not rest until it reaches from the top of your head to the tips of your toes. Here it has taken over a pair of Printed Canvas Oxfords ($49) and we gotta say, we're okay with our new pretty petaled overlords. At least it's not kudzu - yet.
We're not sure "insufficiently curled eyelashes" really counts as a beauty emergency, but thanks to this pocket lash curler ($13) you can prepare for it anyway.