Italian beauty Romina Manenti has spent years in the fashion and beauty industry, and she's created a patented DAILY HAIR TREATMENT THAT we need now more than ever! May 11's Revitalizing Hair Oil RESTORES THE HEALTH OF DAMAGED HAIR AND REVIVES THE BEAUTY AND TEXTURE OF ALL HAIR TYPES. THE NATURAL SEALING PROPERTIES OF JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL, REGARDED FOR CENTURIES AS A MIRACLE OIL, COMBINED WITH THE NOURISHING BENEFITS OF SWEET ALMOND, PURE AVOCADO AND HEMP SEED OILS COME TOGETHER TO CREATE A RICH, VELVETY TEXTURE THAT EASILY AND SMOOTHLY COATS YOUR HAIR FROM ROOT TO TIP, WHILE LEAVING NO OILY RESIDUE. It's organic, it's silicone-free, and it has a natural spf factor (even though that last one is pretty much a moot point right now). Romina is currently offering free hair care and styling consultations through video conferencing...and get this...she can speak to you in English, French or Italian. If you'd like to set up an appointment, email us at email@example.com. Your roots might be showing, but Romina can help you give them some extra love.
Our obsession with Farrah Sit goes back quite far. Her brand Light + Ladder lives by the Rumi mantra: "Be a lamp, or a lifeboat, or a ladder." And her minimalist planters and accessories that she designs in Brooklyn have exactly the amount of warm modernity we love and the handmade-by-artisans touch that we crave. Case in point: the multipurpose Vorta incense burner and candlestick holder. A design inspired by meditative rituals. Drawing on the smooth but dramatic curves of the vortex, this versatile candlestick holder and incense burner can be used in combination, or as two separate objects. They're realized in cast concrete and solid brass, and perfect for taper candles and incense sticks. The concrete measures 5” × 5” × 2” | the brass measures 1” | And they're made in New York.
The Greeks consider olives to be a blessed fruit. And if you've tried Five Olive Oil, you'd probably agree. Step 1: Wash your hands. And then get ready to get your hands dirty. Because Five shares how to make the perfect fish-in-parchment dish using its Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It's time to make dinner. (Oh, and then wash your hands again.)
The idea was initially brewed together by Jennie Ripps and Maria Littlefield upon visiting the restaurant La Croix in Philadelphia (don't worry—it was back before the days of self-isolation). Enchanted by the different melodies of fragrant teas, the two women realized how tea could be introduced to cocktails in a way that no mixologist could have concocted on their own. They created several different cocktail mixers that are brewed fresh from organic ingredients like Hibiscus, Chai, and Green Tea. They pair well with any of your favorite liquors, which we give two thumbs up (or two pinkies up). Please drink responsibly, and with class.
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