Do you have favorite self-care tools? I do, and today I’m sharing the ones that are important to me. Keep reading for the details.
Our Sunday date included another drive through the countryside. After stopping to visit with my parents for Father’s Day, we continued on to Warrior’s Path State Park. I’ve been going to this park to swim in the pool and have picnics since I was a child.
The weather was sunny with temperatures in the mid-eighties. It felt good to wear something light and breezy for a walk along the bank of the lake.
The polka-dot shirt was from Express last year. Here is a similar spot print shirt. The ankle-length pull-on pants are here. My bag is a couple of years old. Similar here. The sandals are also from a couple of years ago. Similar here.
There are a few tools I always have in my kit. For example, tweezers. I’ve been using this brand and style for years. Click here for more info.
Cuticle Nippers here are a necessity now that I do my own nails.
After applying mascara, I always comb through my lashes to get rid of any little clumps and use the guard to keep from getting the residue on my face. Comb and guard here.
I use the magnifying mirror below to check my work and make sure I haven’t over-done it or missed anything. I also take it with me when I travel. My fading eyesight appreciates the times seven magnification since it isn’t possible to put on eye makeup with glasses on. I also use the regular side of the mirror to check the back view in my full-length mirror.
I’ve used lighted makeup mirrors since I was fourteen. I must sit down at my dressing table to apply makeup. Leaning over the bathroom sink never works out well for me. The mirror here is the best one ever because it provides natural daylight.
I already have two full-length mirrors, but this one is so tempting. It’s on sale today here.
It’s always smart to have an elegant compact mirror in your handbag. I love this one from Chanel here.
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