All The Beauty Shelfies We’re Obsessing Over
And the products we love in each one.
Published Aug 30, 2017 1:00 PM
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There is few things more aspirational in a bathroom that a good #shelfie, so we rounded up 6 of our favorites right now, and the product (and organizational) inspiration that’d we’re feeling from each.
But we just can’t overlook Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Sun Drops ($145), a brilliant calming and healing (promotes the regeneration of damaged cell) SPF 50.
4 packed shelves of product goodness? Hey, jealousy. From Glossier makeup to Mario Badescu to the cult Verso calming retinol night cream.
But we’re jonesing for the Byredo Bal D’Afrique ($150) because it’s a gorgeous mix of earthy vetiver, neroli and cedarwood. The mix makes a perfect fall scent.
This Sweden-based shelfie has epic product and tile goals, with an impressive mix of high and low with Byredo, Kiehls, and & Other Stories.
But Aesop’s Resurrection Aromatique Hand Wash ($39) really shines here. It’s citrus and woody scent stands out because of a next-level mix of orange, rosemary and lavender, making it perfect for the bathroom, shower (it can be used for body too!) or kitchen.
Can we move in and share this with you, Bart? This mini Sephora store in a bathroom features Tatcha, Eve Lom, and a lot of favorites from Drunk Elephant too.
But we have to highlight one of our favorite masks we see on the middle right shelf—Farmacy Honey Potion Hydration Mask ($56). This is no ordinary honey, it’s made with GreenEnvy™ honey, which is made only from bees that live on the Farmacy farm that pollinate the Echinacea GreenEnvy™ flowers. Why is that special though? Those patented flowers produce a high concentration of phytochemical cichoric acid, a potent natural antioxidant, which is combined with honey to deliver hydrating benefits. The results are a super effective and leave skin hydrated and glowing.
Okay, not technically a bathroom shelfie, but it’s seriously too good not to include. And the selection of products is epic for both its color scheme and efficacy. R+Co, Nuori, and Byredo, of course (which is clearly a shelfie favorite at this point).
But we can’t just see Royal Fern Phytoactive Anti-Aging Eye Cream ($190) without talking about it, it’s too good. A rich eye cream that deeply hydrates, reduces puffiness and dark circles, and stimulates the increase of collagen with the patented Royal Fern Complex.
The indie brand shelfie dream team, with Fig + Yarrow’s Moon Mist, Herbivore favorites, and Glossier.
But loving Earth Tu Face’s Face Balm ($68) for it’s organic intensive hydration and repairing abilities. Effective for even the driest and most sensitive faces.
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