Happy February! The first month of the year flew by so fast I feel like I have whiplash. One day I’m moving into my dorm and the next I’m one month into my second semester? This time thing is starting to weird me out.
Narrowing down my favorite products of the season was definitely a difficult task. From beauty to food to Netflix, I’ve found a plethora of products that I’m really excited to share with you today.
Here are my winter favorites:
Mario Badescu Skin Care Facial Spray
Find On // Amazon // Mario Badescu
This stuff works miracles. I have generally clear skin, but using this spray once in the morning and once at night makes my skin feel incredibly soft and healthier than it’s ever been before. I’ve gotten so many comments about how healthy my skin looks and I owe it all to my good friend Mario Badescu.
La Croix Sparkling Water, Berry
Find On // Amazon // La Croix
Ever since I tried La Croix a few years ago, I’ve been obsessed. It’s definitely an acquired taste and is more like a flavored water than a soda, but I love how simple and sparkly this drink tastes. It’s so refreshing and the Berry flavor is my new obsession.
Terrazzo Laptop Skin and Case
Find On // Uniqfind
This laptop skin and case was a birthday gift that I was beyond excited to receive! The minimalist colors and simple yet interesting design gave my laptop a whole new life and are simply gorgeous. The skin is easy to apply and the clear case that goes over the skin is super durable.
Find On // App Store // Google Play for Android
Snapseed is a photo editing app that totally changed my Instagram game (click here to follow my Instagram!!). The app has an insane amount of useful features that make editing your photos quick and easy. My favorite tool is Selective, which allows you to pick an object and brighten or darken it without influencing the rest of the image.
My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows
Find On // Amazon
My Lady Jane is a twisted history story about Lady Jane Grey, whose real-life beheading inspired the authors to rewrite her story the way it should have gone. The hilarious dry wit and comically ironic modern references had me in stitches from cover to cover; this is the perfect historical book for people who don’t like historical books.
Related Post: Annie’s Review of My Lady Jane
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”
Find On // Amazon // IMDB
This show is freaking hilarious. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is about Midge Maisel, recent divorcée who stumbles into the world of standup comedy while navigating her prestigious Upper West Side world without her husband at her side. I watched the entire first season in one weekend and was in stitches the entire time.
In conclusion, here are some of my favorite recent posts:
Blind Date With A Book // Annie Gives Book Recommendations
Why Annie Isn’t Reviewing Turtles All the Way Down
What are your favorite products this season?
Related Post: Annie’s Fall Favorites
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6 thoughts on “Annie’s Winter Favorites”
I cannot began to count how many times I’ve heard people raving about Mario Badescu Facial Spray-I just need to try it already haha. Xxx
Totally!! Hope you love it as much as I do!!
I love Snapseed! It confused me some at first but now, it can take no time to easily enhance a photo. My favorite product though from this month/last month is the reusable charger for my phone that I got and the Kindle (I think – could be blackberry ha) cord that I used to charge it up. Keeps me outside longer now that I don’t have a but my phone is dying excuse. Good for winter when there’s limited sun 😕
Nice!! I’ve found the same thing with Snapseed; it requires a bit of a learning curve, but after you get he hang of it it’s a great tool!!
It actually explains things really well if you click on the info button. Which I didn’t at first. It tries to help you out there. But my favorite was probably just applying random effects and seeing how it made my pics change. The effects take care of having to get comfortable with things like highlights, shadowing, ambiance (to me that sounds like it should always be good), etc.
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