It’s been a while since I wrote a post about my favorite drugstore items (see here!), and this seems like a good time to do another one, to balance out all the fancy-makeup reviews I’ve been writing lately.
Here are five drugstore products that I’ve been using and enjoying for a while.
Georges LePape for VOGUE, September 1, 1923. Via CondeNastStore.
Reading: “Ten North Frederick” by John O’Hara
Art: “Garry Winogrand” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Drink: Quatre Fruits Rouges flavored black tea from Le Palais des Thés
Eats & Treats: Some very good duck confit at a new local brasserie. More, please.
Video: “The Roosevelts” on PBS
My latest post on Now Smell This is a review of two perfumes: Acqua di Parma Rosa Nobile and Les Parfums de Rosine Ballerina No. 1. You can read them here.
Image via Wikimedia Commons.
Most of my makeup these days falls into one of two categories: fancy-pants (Guerlain) or cheap-and-cheerful (Burt’s Bees, Wet ‘n’ Wild). I don’t know what this says about me.
In any case, at the latter end of the spectrum, I’m unable to resist going into Tony Moly whenever I pass this shop in Manhattan’s Koreatown. My latest purchase was Panda’s Dream Brightening Eye Base, one of several items in the Panda’s Dream eye-care line.
Why Panda’s Dream? Because pandas have big dark circles around their eyes (duh!) and, apparently, because these products contain bamboo shoot extract.