The last few months, IntoTheGloss has been greeting site visitors with a cryptic pop ups asking if they want to stay up to date on something called "Glossier." I always click no, because I get 200 spam emails a day now. That might've been a mistake, but no matter: Glossier is here, and it looks pretty amazing. IntoTheGloss has become one of the most comprehensive and prettiest hubs for makeup and beauty resources on the internet. Now, they've synthesized their coverage of those worlds into a simple, succinct line of products that cut the fat and will look sweet on your sink. I've recently learned that it's important to have a beauty regimen—cleansing milks and toner sprays and moisturizers and shit—and I have simultaneously learned that a beauty regimen is an insanely expensive thing to have. Glossier seems like the perfect intro course to this newer, more grown up phase of skincare. it has the basics you didn't know you needed, like soothing face mist and primer and moisturizing balm, but at the right price. And it's not too serious: each purchase comes with a pack of stickers for decorating the bottles.
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