Today, we’re sharing what our editors were loving this week and what we’re looking forward to this weekend! As always, we love to see what you’re up to and what’s inspiring you, so be sure to tag your weekend snaps with #GG5things, #flashesofdelight and @glitterguide on Twitter and Instagram. Happy Friday!
Glossier’s Priming Moisturizer Rich ($35): This week, Glossier introduced its most luxurious cream yet and our team is totally obsessed. It’s perfect by itself or as a makeup primer and in the morning or evening. Suffice to say, our skin is already looking more hydrated and alive after only a week of using it!
Obama’s Farewell Address: We totally understand that people have very mixed views about the politics in our country, especially in these coming years, but we have the utmost love and respect for President Barack Obama and are so sad to see him leave. No matter where your opinions lie, we think this speech will uplift you and ignite the spirit of togetherness and positive changes going forward in our country.
Glitter Guide x A Color Story: If you haven’t caught our sneak peeks on social media, we couldn’t be more excited to partner with one of our favorite editing apps, A Color Story, on our very own filter pack! It will be launching next week, so make sure to stay tuned and tag @glitterguide and #glitterguidexacolorstory to share your photos with us!
Golden Globes Best Dressed: It’s safe to say Sunday night’s Golden Globes has totally gotten us excited for the rest of award season—and red carpet style. A few of our favorite best dressed picks were: Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Ruth Negga, Drew Barrymore, Mandy Moore and Blake Lively. Who were your picks for best dressed?
Martin Luther King Jr. Day: This Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and while people often celebrate it as a national holiday—or a day off of work—we want to encourage people to spend the day researching how you can help your local community and make it a better place. With everything going on in our country and the world, no step or act of kindness is too small.