Old Navy Beauty is finally here, you're going to want every piece
My favorite place to buy jumpsuits just entered the beauty market, and I need every item like I need a full-body number for every day of the week. Old Navy has launched Kindred Goods, a personal-care line, at 600 U.S. locations Thursday. Canadians will have to wait and web-only shoppers will have to get to a brick- and-mortar because as of now, the line is not sold online.
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But back to the good news. Now when I go to pick up some new work-friendly unitards (let's be real, that's what jumpsuits are) and other affordable basics, I can get body lotion, too. Before this launch, Old Navy sold only third-party beauty brands like Burt's Bees and E.L.F., but the new line will be the first private-label beauty line from them on shelves. (All they need to sell now is toothpaste and I'm officially never shopping anywhere else.)
The Kindred Goods line includes hand cream ($6), hair and body mist ($8), foaming body scrub ($10), body lotion ($8), and eau de parfum ($12). All come in three irresistible scents. The so fresh-so clean Sea Salt & Fig is a strangely intoxicating blend that's one part dryer sheet, one part beach day. If you're more of an Earl Grey gal, the fruity and floral notes of Orange Blossom & Tea will be right up your alley. Personally, I'm going to stock up on the gourmand Sweet Cream & Honey because I haven't grown out of loving Pink Sugar, and I still allow my stomach to pick fragrances for me. Just sayin'. Also, did we mention the bottles are so watercolor-y and pretty?
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If you plan to go to your local Old Navy today, make a fast track for the Fast Lane section by the registers. Pick up some liner socks with birds on them, too, while you're over there. You deserve them.