Favorites of 2015

In 2015, I strove to discover new things and climb out of my comfort shell.  During my experimentation, I discovered several things that could become lifelong favorites.


The Selection Series captured my heart early in the year and I could not stop reading.  I am so excited to finish the series next year and I hope that movies or a television show will follow!


It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Cream with SPF 50+ made such a positive impact on my face, I cannot explain it.  This works wonders but it is super expensive.  I highly recommend it for sensitive skin and acne scars. 


Origins Charcoal Mask was an impromptu purchase last Black Friday.  I have been using it off and on every since when I need a good, deep cleaning mask.  It leaves my face feeling clean without drying me out too much.  


I purchased my first Chi Straightener in November of 2015 but I knew it had to be on this list!  I have always wanted a Chi and it is better than I expected.  My hair is super straight and soft without annoying flyaway hairs! 


Sunnyside Lush Bubble Bar is one of Lush's regular products so you can pick this up anytime.  Its smells amazing and leaves your bathwater a shimmery gold.  The bubbles are fantastic and I just love everything about this bar. 


Yankee Candle Pumpkin Buttercream is an autumn candle that I burned completely through the later half of this year.  I am sad it is now gone because it leaves my house smelling like freshly baked cake.  It is strong enough to fill the air without being overpowering. 


As you might remember from my birthday post, J bought me the cutest shift from Lilly Pulitzer for my 24th.  I loved wearing it at Disney because it made me feel like a Princess.  The cut is very comfortable and flattering.


I created my first pair of Minnie Ears over the summer and it has started a collection of handmade ears.  However, this pair will always be my favorite because it started it all!  I love making my own ears for trips and I adore all of the sweet complements I receive. 

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