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Here’s an early Valentine’s Day treat: Amazon has a secret storefront filled with a curated selection of fan-favorite beauty products, including highly-rated shopper selects, viral beauty buys, and a smattering of items that just so happen to be InStyle-approved. The best part? Many of the items are $10 or less (score!). Below, shop everything we’re eyeing to buy ourselves and our loved ones from the secret storefront — starting at just $5.
Walking around my neighborhood in New York City sometimes feels like taking a tour through a fashion trends museum. At any given moment you can see every internet micro-aesthetic, from dark academia to dopamine dressing to tennis core, and it’s not uncommon to spot someone actually rocking a version of Kendall Jenner’s no-pants look. To put it simply, I always take style cues from my neighbors, and was intrigued by the absolute choke-hold one particular pair of shoes had on all of the local cool girls over the last year.
A man bought a hoarder's house with all the contents in it for $10,000 but what he found inside was worth 40 times more
An antique shop owner made quite an investment when he snatched up a home belonging to a hoarder for just $10,000. He would also get to own all the contents inside the house. Alex Archbold, an antique dealer from Canada purchased a house that belonged to a late piano teacher, Bette- Jean Rac who passed away in December 2020.
I love discovering the products professionals rely on for their trade — like the Aesop cream a hand model uses, nurse-recommend sneakers, and the lip products behind broadway icon Kristin Chenoweth’s pout. According to a recent interview with The Strategist, the two specific products that make it into her lip care routine are the R.E.M. Essential Drip Lip Oil and Nivea Shimmer Lip Balm.
There’s a Sensitive Skin Version of the Viral French Moisturizer-Meets-Primer That “Stops Aging in Its Tracks”
French beauty products have long been an open “secret,” whether from word-of-mouth referrals from friends traveling through Paris or on social media, it seems like every few years a French pharmacy product goes viral. Such is the case with the Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré, which had its day in the sun on TikTok for the last year.