brooklyn, Fashion, popup, recycled fashion, shopping, upcycled, vintage, williamsburg

The Pop up (this Saturday!)

Launch party, too!

Excited!!! Im going to LIVE at the Regeneration pop up next weekend🎉 and they’re having a launch party! (Not just for me, Artists and Fleas is proud to launch their new baby market!). Regular hours are every weekend from 11am to 6pm, at 70 N 7th Street in Williamsburg, but this week? There’s a party from 5pm to 7pm!🎉🤗

Here are the deets:

Shop 20+ vintage, thrift and upcycled fashion sellers at the Regeneration Celebration Saturday, September 25th from 5-7pm. Special guests include @screamie_weemie stick-and-pokes, @toothcharm tooth gems, mochi from @theboiisco, live stream shopping and $20 shopping credit from ShopShops (download the app here and get $20 spending credit to shop the market!), drinks from Recess, custom jewelry from @lesmissnyc, DJ sets from @poptrainrecords and more.

I went by there on Sunday to take a look, and its adorable.

I don’t usually post mid-week, but its Wednesday and I want to make sure I promoted that fact that I, and some curated preloved and vintage fashion, will be at Regeneration (70 N 7th Street in Williamsburg) this Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm.

I even made new postcards and a sign:

bath, beauty, beauty products, diy, summer beauty

The Bath Bomb Project

I mentioned in last week’s post that I had decided to make bath bombs and since I had so much fun doing it, I decided to make a whole post about the experience. Since quarantine started I’ve been spending a ridiculous amount of time on instagram, which is how I found out about Organically Bath Beauty. They’re a Black owned beauty brand that sells a whole kit with everything you need, including a reusable tin mold.

this is the Bath Bomb Kit combined with the Refill Kit

They have already pre-measured the dry ingredients like baking soda, citric acid, Epsom salts, etc. They include the mica for coloring your bathbombs, fragrance, emollient and dried rose petals lavender and mint to beautify your project. Organically Bath Beauty does video classes, so you can learn on your own time. And since you get so much in the kit, you can experiment with different molds to see what you like.

This is how easy the process is. Measure out your draw ingredients (I used a cup, and a teaspoon of the mica). Then add your oils, fragrance and dried herbs or flowers. Mix them together with your hands. Just get in there and give it all a good smush. Add tiny amounts of water to make the mix stick together. Once you it starts clumping together then you can pack the mold. I used the spherical mold that came with the kit, as well as some plastic mocha trays, and then I went crazy and used a plastic soap dish. The soap dish wasn’t the best idea, because it crumbled, but I can rewet the ingredients and try again.

Aren’t they gorgeous? I had so much fun making these, but the best was tossing them in the tub and watching them fizz, knowing that I had made this for myself. I tried the orange creAme, lavender and eucalyptus kits. And it’s definitely ignited a fever to make more bath bombs! Do yourself a favor and head over to Organically Bath Beauty and cop a kit for yourself. They’re $25 and refills are $20.

Until next time,

Faith/SEB Market BK