​I like to keep a running list of products I’m interested in. I move really slow when it comes to making purchases. I try to follow a thirty day rule (unless it’s a replacement item). This means I have to think about an item for a minimum of thirty days before I make the purchase. I’ve also been trying to stick to only replacement items, though, because Christmas is coming up. The following brands have been on my list. I’ve heard good things about all of them, so maybe they will make your list, too. Even if you aren’t interested in making a purchase, the beauty brands have some seriously beauty Instagram pages.

Beauty

Patrick Ta has been on my radar since his first launch. However, the Monochrome Moment Collection has got me seriously intrigued. The blushes look so buttery and pretty. I love a monochromatic beauty look. Also, if you aren’t following Patrick Ta on Instagram, you are missing some beautiful makeup inspiration.

Victoria Beckham Beauty is stunning. The website is so beautiful and editorial. I feel like I’m scrolling through a well-curated beauty blog. I’m especially interested in the eye products. They look so luxe that it would be hard to dip in an disturb the beautiful product. The tortoise packaging is also so chic and would look beautiful on a vanity.

from VictoriaBeckhamBeauty.com
from VictoriaBeckhamBeauty.com

Em Cosmetics is a brand I have to try. It feels so thoughtful. I like that this brand is slower to roll out new products. Michelle Phan also shares behind the scene looks that I really find interesting. The blush serums and morning dew gloss have caught my attention. The brand’s instagram is also so beautiful.

emcosmetics.com
emcosmetics.com

Nudestix is one that I can’t believe I haven’t tried yet. Their vision is right up my alley. I love the idea of swiping and going. I also love multi-use products. I’ve been checking out the Nudies Bronze in sunkissed for awhile.

Fashion

I pay less attention to fashion than beauty on Instagram. These brands I want to try, though.

Skims is going to be my next shapewear purchase. Who wouldn’t trust Kim Kardashian when it comes to shaping and sculpting? I love the variety of nude choices.

Fabletics and Lululemon are lumped together because I’m going to purchase a pair of red leggings from one of them. I have checked out these websites so many times, but I have never purchased. Every time I’ve seen someone in leggings and thought they were high quality, I’ve noticed the lulu logo. Fabletics also has so many positive reviews. Choices, choices, my friends.

Let me know what brands you are interested in! Xoxo,

Kirsten