Target Just Dropped New Stanley Tumbler Colors And They’re Giving Me A Serotonin Boost

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One thing about me is that there isn’t much that can get between me and my Stanley. I can pinpoint the exact moment I learned about them: My sister ordered one after getting served an Instagram ad (naturally) and because we’ve been silently competing our entire lives, I needed one too. Ever since, they’ve been all over my FYP and in the hands of pretty much every millennial (and Gen Z-er for that matter) that I run into. 

Honestly, this water bottle has been there for me through thick and thin—from the mornings when I’ve woken up with a hangover and my mouth is drier than the Sahara Desert, to essentially being a full-on self defense tool when I’m walking somewhere alone. (I’m convinced that when it’s full it’s comparable to a 10lbs. dumbbell). It’s basically an emotional support water bottle at this point.

I know what you’re probably thinking “it’s just a f*cking cup, it’s not a big deal.” But what you might not understand is that I’ve literally tried every water bottle known to man because somehow every January I find myself making the same New Year’s resolution to drink more water. And, when I say nothing compares to this tumbler, I mean it. It’s truly elite with it’s easy-to-hold handle (even though I’d like to think I’m strong, I don’t have the grip of a NBA player),  to being the size to fit into a cup holder, and it’s ability to keep things as hot and cold as one of Katy Perry’s first radio hits.

And because I’m a millennial, I tend to collect things. So when I found out the promise land Target was dropping some new exclusive colors obviously, I needed to get my hands on one. Because above all else, there’s one rule I live by and it’s this: if I love it, I’ll buy it in every color.

Similarly to the way Kylie Lip Kits sold out circa 2015, I wouldn’t sleep on these if you actually want one. Considering that any viral TikTok makeup trend will literally clean Sephora of any and all products, I have a feeling the same logic will apply here.

And while these exclusive colorways will run you $5 more than the standard 40oz Stainless Steel H2.0 FlowState Quencher Tumbler, I would still consider them worth it. I bought my first Stanley over 2 years ago and even though I literally take it everywhere (see above about it being an emotional support water bottle) it looks like a bought it yesterday and mine is WHITE. Like, if anything is going to show dirt or any bang ups, it’s going to be a white one. Not to mention, the colors that are now available are giving me a total serotonin boost.

I just bought the Citron Tie-Dye and it’s become my entire personality. And considering spring is right around the corner, it’s time we lightened up a little—and my fave colors do just that.

Ocean Tie-Dye That Makes Me Happier Than Any Medication Could

Is it a coincidence that the blue tie-dye compliments my Zoloft perfectly? Probably, but it makes taking my daily medication less of a chore.

Shop it: Stanley 40oz Stainless Steel H2.0 FlowState Quencher Tumbler, $45, Target

This Citron Green Literally Reminds Me Of a Margarita

There may or may not be tequila instead of water in my tumbler, but this is a no judgement zone so who cares.

Shop it: Stanley 40oz Stainless Steel H2.0 FlowState Quencher Tumbler, $45, Target

Peach Tie-Dye That Will Help Me Fit In At Coachella

If I don’t bring a tie-dye Stanley cup to stay hydrated at a 3 day music festival, did I even really go?

Shop it: Stanley 40oz Stainless Steel H2.0 FlowState Quencher Tumbler, $45, Target

The Best Makeup & Skin Care Products You Can Buy At Target

If you’ve ever found yourself walking into Target for toothpaste and leaving after spending $200 on god only knows what, well, fucking same. It’s like as soon as you walk through the doors, there is something in the air that hypnotizes you into believing that you NEED to snag a bathing suit in the middle of January or a bedazzled tumbler that looks just like the 69 other ones you already have in the cabinet at home. However, if you ARE going to mindlessly spend your entire paycheck at Target, then what better to spend your hard-earned coin on skin care products and makeup? To keep you from blacking out in the beauty aisle and loading your cart with shit you don’t actually need, we’ve rounded up some of the best beauty products at Target. You’re welcome.

Best Facial Cleanser

La Roche-Posay Medicated Gel Cleanser

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La Roche-Posay’s Effaclar Medicated Gel Cleanser sounds like it’d be really fucking expensive, and while it’s not (at only $15 for almost 7 oz.) the daily cleanser delivers results of its pricier counterparts. So if you’re sick of adult acne (bc why is this still a thing??!), the gel cleanser prevents and targets acne and delivers literally the clearest skin I’ve ever had.

Best Face Mask

L’Oréal Paris Detox & Brighten Pure-Clay Mask

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Very few things feel better than cleaning off all of your makeup, washing your face, and relaxing underneath a fresh face mask. The L’Oréal Skin Experts Pure-Clay Mark is perfect because the natural clays (including Moroccan Lava Clay) and charcoal feel refreshing on sleek on our skin. We actually live for face masks, so like, if we’re going to choose just one, it has to be easy to put on and take off, smell nice, feel good on our faces, not use harsh chemicals, and most importantly, not break us out. We honestly might be more picky over face masks than we are over men.

Best Face Serum

Missha Time Revolution Night Repair Science Activator

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Korean skincare brand Missha is a cult favorite among K-beauty lovers, and luckily for Target lovers, it is now available in stores and online. Missha’s Time Revolution Night Repair works like a time machine for your face. The highly concentrated ampoule contains lactic acid which first absorbs into the skin to create a balanced complexion and then firms the skin to create a supple surface and youthful glow. In simpler terms, this shit rocks.

Best Mascara

L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Lash Paradise

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The number of times I’ve been asked whether or not my lashes are real while wearing L’Oréal Paris’ Lash Paradise is more than I can count. It gives major volume and separation without flakiness or clumping. If you want to look like you’re wearing falsies without the annoying application and getting glue all over your lashline, the trick is to apply multiple coats of this bad boy while the mascara is still wet on your lashes. You’re welcome.

Best Foundation

Milani Conceal + Perfect 2-in-1 Foundation and Concealer

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Milani’s Conceal + Perfect 2-in-1 Foundation & Concealer made our list because not only can you use it as both a concealer and foundation, but the combo also gives medium- to full-coverage results so you can layer and build the foundation to take your look from day to night. And at under $8, you’re getting two products in one and a flawless complexion that’ll hide the fact that you just got off a three-day bender and haven’t slept in days. Not that I’m speaking from experience or anything.

Best Makeup Palette

BH Cosmetics Foil Eyes – 28 Color Eyeshadow Palette

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BH Cosmetics’ superpigmented Foil Eyes palette has 28 different shades for any look you want to channel. While yes, you’ll probably look like a psycho if you try walking around with a full-on royal blue eye, all of the buildable eyeshadows are great for blending to create any shade your little heart desires.

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