My Favorite Things – Spring Prep

By Mikkel Hyldebrandt

The signs of Spring are starting to pop up here and there, and it’s time to ready yourself for a new season. For me, I’m hopeful that the combination of warmer weather and the vaccine rollout will make a few more in-person (but masked and still socially distanced) outings possible. And for those, I think I’m going to need these things!

Ride Your Disco Stick
Although I’m not a huge proponent for eye creams, I do love this refreshing stick treatment for those days where you just need a little help.

Disco Undereye Treatment, $32

All Painted Up

Seriously, painting a few nails – especially if it’s this gorgeously matte, deep black shade – makes me feel dressed up, although I might still be wearing joggers.

Chanel Boy de Chanel Black, $28

Take a Hike
My mental health walks have been a necessary part of my (almost) every day for over a year now – and I want to discover even more hiking trails in Georgia this Spring. 

Columbia Men’s Facet™ 45 OutDry™ Shoe, $150

Spring Spritz
New season, new fragrance. It is such an amazing way to set the mood for the warmer and brighter days ahead! And this one even smells like Spring and Summer too.

Tom Ford Bitter Peach, $350

Skin Smoother
The layers are coming off, so start getting yourself ready to reveal more skin. I recently discovered this exfoliating towel that smoothes even tough to reach spots.

Sutera Japanese Exfoliating Towel, $40

Lemony Fresh
This limited-edition collection smells so wonderful and is an easy way to give you a refreshing self-care moment.

The Body Shop Lemon Purifying Hair & Body Wash, $15

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