Jeff’s 3 Favorite Things – February 2019

Jeff Wilson's Top 3

See Eyewear

I absolutely love my glasses that I got at SEE, pictured above. Luckily SEE has a shop in Georgetown, so I was able to go in and find just the right pair. I like that they make their own frames; don’t charge an arm and a leg like most national brands; and their style seems to fit perfectly with mine. I tried to spend more at other stores and it just wasn’t a fit! They have an online store, are in 18 states, and even Toronto. I know glasses are a very personal choice so if you are in the market for a new pair, add SEE to your list of options. I’m hoping you’ll be as happy as I am! Check out SEE here
Davines Volu Hair Mist

I know you’ll find this hard to believe, but I like big hair. Please don’t tell anyone. This simple post-shower spray helps me get there. I spray a couple places near the roots, massage through, and blow dry like the best of them. Poof! Mile-high hair. It really works and accentuates my natural waves while giving me a bit more volume. It smells divine, and the company is eco-friendly and focuses on sustainability which is a nice plus. So, spray away my mile-high-wannabe friends and send me before and after photos! You can find Davines Volu Hair Mist at your salon or here online.


24 Inch Candles

This is a horrible photo, and no, I’d never use these candle holders. BUT, these candles are super cool and make a massive statement on your dinner table, mantel, or anywhere you want to elevate your drama-game in an elegant way, not in a “you need therapy” kind of way. I prefer the 24-inch size but you can find them even taller. Trust me, 24 inches will seem HUGE compared to a regular candle. I first found them at a floral wholesaler, but now I buy them online. I always keep a few boxes around, as my candelabra often require 3 to 9 candles, and when you go this big, they all have to match. Find my favorite brand here.

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