I worked the entire weekend but I couldn’t be happier. My heart is so full seeing all of you staying stylishly safe in my face masks! We just launched new prints and new masks necklaces. So I spent the weekend shooting the product and uploading everything to the site. I hope you love them! Here are a few more things I’ve been loving right now…
5 THINGS I’M LOVING RIGHT NOW
#1 swiss dot safety
The most popular print from my Sydne Summer face mask collection has been the Black Dot. So I expanded the Swiss Dot collection with four new colors: Yellow, Pink, Navy and Almond.
I just tried out new nail enamel remover from The Sign Tribe and I’m obsessed! It doesn’t have that icky scent the most nail polish removers have. And it’s a cream, so it hydrates your nails as you use it. You just let is sit on your nails for about three minutes, and the wipe the cream (and your polish) right off. You can use a cotton pad, but I used their reusable remover pads to try to be more eco friendly.
I haven’t gotten a proper manicure since March. I miss it them so much! For my at-home manicures, I’ve mostly been using Essie’s Treat Love Color line. It’s a nail treatment that helps strengthen your nails while still adding a touch of color. While I was picking up my prescription the other day, I saw this “Tonal Taupe” color and fell in love. It’s the perfect neutral because the shimmer reflects the color of your skin tone. I like to apply three coats for a more opaque finish.
When I wasn’t shooting, I essentially spent all weekend in this jumpsuit. It’s so comfy! I also like that even though it feels like pajamas, it’s cute enough to wear outside. So I didn’t have to change when I went to the post office. I got the army green color. I love it so much I’m thinking of ordering it in black, too.
If you loved Devil Wears Prada, I highly recommend Park Avenue Summer. Set it the ’60s, the book is a fictional account of how Helen Gurley Brown took Cosmopolitan from a mundane ladies magazine to the sexy publication it is today. The book follows her assistant, a single girl who just moved to NYC, and the lessons she learns along the way on what it takes to be a modern, independent woman. I was very moved and was left researching the full story after I finished the last chapter.