Manicure Maven: Jess B. the Shellac Queen

Manicure Maven: Jess B. the Shellac Queen

manicure-mavenJESSICA B Introducing the third installment of the ever popular “Get to know us” blog series: Manicure Maven! First up is shop girl Jessica B. Jessica, or Jess as we nickname her (we have three Jessicas!) has a smile and laugh that is contagious. Her warmth towards everyone she meets makes her an absolute delight to be around. She has an impressive collection of succulents, a leopard iPhone case and loves…

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Meet Our Adorn Makers: SIN-MIN Lip Spread

Meet Our Adorn Makers: SIN-MIN Lip Spread

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Here at Adorn, we’re a little obsessed with SIN-MIN Horchata lip spread. Smearing it on your lips is as indulgent as biting into a warm, sweet sticky bun and yet, it’s not sticky at all! It leaves your lips soft and buttery. So who’s the man to thank for our lip obsession? That would be Tyler and he’s about to tell us all about his company. Come along!

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What’s better than shopping? Shopping that feels good! It’s easy when we carry so many brands with inspiring messages. From locally sourced ingredients to sponsoring hard working women, Sin-MinThe Base Project, and 31 Bits are all great reasons to shop! Now it’s your chance to meet them!

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Sin-Min Lip Spread. This isn’t your basic Chapstick! The spiced balm smells like cinnamon heaven and the tingling sensation on your lips will make you wish you bought 5 tubes! Created with all natural and organic ingredients, you won’t feel guilty about lathering your lips with this luxurious spread. Better yet – the packaging is made from recycled materials and manufactured in California, reducing transportation emissions and miles. Let Sin-Min show you how lip balm should feel… and at $4 a tube, it’s an inexpensive way to add a little luxury to your day.

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The Base Project. These fun cuffs were created in an effort to bring jobs to Namibia and help residents learn a craft to improve their livelihoods. The bracelets are hand-carved out of recycled plastic pipes – but you’d never know! The artisanship is stunning and the only thing more impressive than the intricate design is the heart-warming story behind the jewelry. These pieces are fair trade, providing additional income for the craftsmen and women. Find your style and support artists across the globe!

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31 Bits. You’d never guess that these fun bracelets and necklaces are good for the environment! Each bead is made from 100% recycled paper and sealed with a water-based varnish. Most of the materials are locally sourced from Eastern Africa where the pieces are made by Ugandan women who are given a monthly income, health education, and weekly staff prayers. Plus each piece in incredibly cute and unique!

Styling pieces that are environmentally and socially conscious is easier than ever, especially with our adorable new arrivals! Use the bright colors and designs of 31 Bits necklaces to spice up a neutral like the Prairie Underground Naples Dress. If subtle is more of your style, a The Base Project cuff adds earthy interest to a pair of M Rena Tummy Tuck Leggings and a simple Bobi Tunic. No matter how good you look, now you can feel good, too!

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