The makers of Razorpit claim that it is able to maintain the sharpness of razor blades for up to 150 uses by “removing excess oils, skin and other residues left on the edge of the blade after every shave.” Use this thing in between shaves, and you can save lots of money on buying replacement […]
Why caffenated soap? Why not? I have no idea if this is as effective as drinking coffee, but if it is, I’m all for it. I’d much rather use this than have to sit around waiting for the stupid Tassimo to work.
Designer Band-Aids? Listen: why the hell not? (Did you catch her diaper line with Pampers, too?)
. . . that now you can get Smith’s Rosebud Salve in a tube? Me either. But this is a major improvement, if you ask me.
Wear this pair of sparkly Kate Spade heels (coming in August) with that funfetti-inspired nail polish from the Lippmann Collection. PS: I have blatantly stolen This & That from Oh Joy!. If you haven’t seen her versions yet, please go peruse the archives here.
This genie-lamp shaped soap is called Wishy Washy and is made by Suck UK. I find it interesting, particularly with the motion marks around the soap in the picture. Weird.
Objective: Arrive in your destination without your underwear reeking of Lou Lou by Cacharel.
Swedish lip balm. Because I’d probably rather tap the Swedes for beauty recommendations than for meatball advice.
Here’s the perfect nail polish color for holiday parties and bullshit and parties and parties and bullshit and bullshit.
This is a secret beauty weapon. Please use it responsibly.