Target Beauty Box

Meet the $7 Target Beauty Box!

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Last week I shared my take on the seasonal Walmart Beauty Box and I just recently received my first Target Beauty Box.

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This box is released periodically (I believe monthly), on a first come, first serve basis. They run $7 and are filled with beauty and skin care samples, and even some full-sized items.

Check out what I got:

Laneige BB Cushion

Skinfix Lip Repair Balm

SoapBox Coconut Oil Shampoo & Conditioner

Mayfair Soap Foundry sea lily jasmine body crème

Vera Wang Floral Eau De Toilette {read more}

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MTailor: Technology Meets Fashion

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A while back I introduced you guys to a new company I love, MTailor. MTailor is a simple but genius concept, that uses the phone on your camera to get precise measurements for custom mens dress shirts. The MTailor app allow you to measure and order a custom dress shirt in just minutes.  Simply put, it’s technology meets fashion, and it actually works!

I was so excited because my husband is extra tall with extra long arms, and hates to shop. Finding him clothing that fits is near impossible, and this simplifies it. Not to mention they have great customer service and will remake your shirt if you’re not completely satisfied. {read more}

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Review: MTailor Custom Men’s Shirts

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Introducing MTailor!

I am so thrilled share with you a new company I have found, MTailor! It’s going to blow your mind.

MTailor is an online men’s retailer, that uses the camera app on your phone or device to get precise measurements for men’s dress shirts. Technology and fashion at their finest.

Let me back up. My husband is 6’5″, lean build, with an extra long sleeve length. This was a huge asset on the basketball court, but makes finding clothing that actually fits him near impossible. His measurements for a dress shirt are approximately 16 1/2″ neck and a 38″ sleeve. Try finding that in the store. It’s frustrating because he has a great sense of style but if we are lucky enough to find something in his unique size, it’s always been a plain white or blue shirt. Even then, the fit around his torso is too wide, leaving an excess of material under a suit. And they run over $100 each and typically are only available by special order. If he had a belly, it might fit better, but he’s not ready to have the #dadbod (thank God). {read more}

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Review: Younique 3D Fiber Lashes

I have an exciting new product to show you: Younique 3D Fiber Lashes Mascara!

When I was growing up, one of my best friends moms wore false eyelashes every day. It was fabulous. I probably would do the same if I could get away with it because who doesn’t get an extra skip in their step with some gorgeous mile long lashes?

I had the chance to try a new product that applies like a mascara, but gives you more of a falsie look, and it’s pretty fab. So here is my little review of the
Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes. {read more}

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Review: The Honest Company Diaper Bundle

Time for a shout out to my new favorite company, The Honest Company. You know, the company my friend Jessica Alba started up?

Well, we’re not really friends, but I have a feeling that if I were a rich, famous person living in LA, I would see Jessica Alba at a yoga class and we just might have a nice little conversation after a deep pigeon pose stretch. We might even go for a smoothie afterward. I just don’t know.

I came across The Honest Co. when I finally threw in the towel on cloth diapers with my second child. I know, hypocrite, I have raved about my love for cloth diapers on this very blog. I am still a huge fan of cloth diapers and I am not giving up entirely, but for now I needed a different option. I was having the hardest time keeping up with the laundry because my little diva is the lightest.sleeper.ever and her room happens to share a wall with the laundry room so I can only do laundry when she is awake. Major laundry back up. {read more}

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