This week we were thrilled to share the recap of Beauty for the Beasts, the we heart this and Cristophe hosted event benefiting The Rescue Train, a non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to eliminating animal suffering and euthanasia. If you couldn’t make the event, no worries! This 4 for Friday we’re highlighting two Etsy vendors that were a part of BftB, offering their time and portion of proceeds to such a worthy cause.
• Adriana of Ripe wowed us with her handmade bath and body products. My favorite? Her Hazelnut Lip Scrub packaged in a classic lip balm tube. No more digging into a teeny jar – just swipe this mix of sugar, avocado oil and cocoa butters in a circular motion over lips to achieve a super soft, totally kissable pout. $5
• Gertie & Baxter was founded by two friends and features handcrafted fashion accessories. We flipped for their Infinity Scarves made with a unique mixture of pretty fabrics. I loved the soft pinks in the version above, while Stef purchased the same style in mint green (you can see her modeling the scarf here). $34.50
• Another favorite from Gertie & Baxter was this adorable Chevron Makeup Bag. Available in a rainbow of colors, each bag features a matching interior lining and gold zipper. These bags are the perfect size to hold your entire traveling makeup stash – and could easily double as a stylish clutch! $20
• Finally, for the soap fanatics we had to share these French Clay Bars from Ripe. Each hand cut bar is detergent and phthalate-free and made with love. Choose between intoxicating scents like Tea Tree Lavender made with shea butter and French green clay or Rose and Geranium crafted with goat milk and French pink clay. $5 each
A big “Thank You” to both Ripe and Gertie & Baxter for participating in Beauty for the Beasts! Please stop on by their Etsy stores to say thanks, browse their amazing wares and pick up a few goodies.
Tyna, co-founder and co-editor of wht, worries about becoming a crazy cat lady, reads at least a book a week, checks in at a Flyers fan forum every morning and is forever (some say obsessively) organizing her closets and drawers.