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Tricks & Treats for Spoonies

Amanda VinciComment

It's day after Halloween, but I'm still in the trick or treat spirit. Whether you've been feeling pretty ghoulish this fall or are a flare-free unicorn, one things for sure — we're all a little bit Wonder Woman. Here are my favorite fall tricks and treats for feeling good and getting cozy!

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TRICK: INVISIBOBBLE
These telephone cord hair ties are totally on trend right now, and for good reason. The Invisibobble helps you to style all sorts of up-dos without creating dents or causing headaches and migraines. I've also uncovered a hidden use! I like to keep one on my right wrist to rub out arthritis pain by simply rolling it around! 

TREAT: DRY ROSÉ CIDER
Wölffer Estate is beautiful winery located right nearby my home in Long Island, NY. They've recently gotten some new attention for their beautifully designed wine bottles and labels, and as a designer, I couldn't help but give them a try. I've fallen in love with their individual bottles of Dry Rosé Cider and refuse to stop drinking it just because it's fall. Who says cider has to be apple?

TRICK: UNDER-DESK LEG REST
I simply can't get work done with my legs planted on the floor in an upright seated position. I always need to adjust, stretch and elevate to keep from cramping and an under-desk leg rest is the key to my productivity.

TREAT: GLOSSIER MILKY JELLY CLEANSER
All the pretty girls are using it, and since all girls are pretty, you guys should definitely use this too! My skin is not handling the spastic summer/fall/winter weather rotation that's been underway in NYC, and this gentle & natural cleanser has soothed my irritation and left my skin feeling soft and supple.

TREAT & TRICK: MADEWELL SCARF
It's scarf season! So treat yourself to a big soft, adorable and oversized one like this Madewell embroidered "Making Faces" cotton number. The trick? I like to use my scarves to stretch out during the day, almost like a resistance band.

TRICK: COOLING MASK
Everyone's about the face masks lately, including me. But how about one you can use again and again? Two night ago I woke up in the middle of the night to super irritated skin and a swollen jawline. I grabbed an ice pack and fell asleep with it but it just wasn't staying in place or covering enough of my face. I purchased this awesome/scary looking mask on Amazon and I can't wait to try it out!  

What products are you fawning over this fall?