As you spend more time at home, make the most of your indoor stay. From a decluttering spree to CBD beauty to revitalized locks, here’s what’s on our radar.
The wait is over: Cult-favorite skincare brand (and a Texas claim to beauty fame!) Drunk Elephant launches a haircare line. The reason behind the buzz? The queen of #hairgoals herself, Jennifer Aniston. The collection was developed in collaboration with Aniston’s hairstylist, Chris McMillan, also known as the man behind “The Rachel.” The line comprises shampoo, conditioner, detangling spray and scalp scrub. Also newly released is Drunk Elephant’s first-ever body collection, which features cleanser, lotion and deodorant. Like its signature facial skincare products, the brand’s new hair and body lines are formulated sans sulfates, silicone, fragrance and other harmful ingredients. Clean beauty a la Rachel Green? Sign us up.
Life becomes more, well, refined with sisters-in-law—and born-and-bred Dallasites—Lauren and Browning Vaughn’s solution to sorting through the clutter in your life. Meet the aptly named Life Refined (from $150 per hour for a team of two), which guides clients as they clean and uplift their space. The services range from decluttering your office to organizing files and photos on your computer to a top-down reorg of your home. After completing your space, the team will advise you on how to keep your life spick-and-span.
When you step outside for your post-quarantine debut, clear, glowing skin is a must. Achieve your skin goals with the help of Fitish, Dallas radio darling Jenna Owens’ line of CBD beauty products. Ideal for luminescent summertime skin, the Tone Down spray ($19) works to purify your pores and reduce redness for a beautifully fresh face after a hard workout or a day spent lounging in the sun. For plump, hydrated skin, the CBD gentle face cleanser ($35) and its blend of CBD and greens is your go-to. Fitish goes beyond skincare products too: Its CBD hair plumping serum ($45) works to grow your hair and thicken your roots for a healthier head of hair.
Photography by: Micah Nunley/White Unicorn Agency