My TJ Maxx/HomeGoods finds

If you are a deal hunter like me, you know that TJ Maxx is the place to shop for anything chic and affordable! I go in to TJ Maxx/HomeGoods at least twice a week looking for new make up and home decor. Any time I go it’s like a treasure hunt: you never know what you will find! It gets addicting… Here is a list of things that were on my shopping list!

Nicole Miller faux fur rug, $29

I’ve been wanting a faux fur rug for a while and didn’t want to spend a fortune on one! Some of the ones I did look at before checking out HomeGoods were either too cheap looking or were too pricey. Luckily this rug is the perfect size and was less than $50! It makes a good accent rug for anywhere in your home.

Here’s what the rug looks like on my bedroom floor.

Jade facial roller, $9

I originally saw the jade roller by Herbivore and was thinking about purchasing one at some point but after going in to TJ Maxx and seeing a jade roller for less than $20, I bought one immediately! The benefits of using a jade roller will help tighten pores, reduce puffiness, and under eye circles (all things I am prone to..). It also feels really nice and soothing when applying it to your face!

Taylor Brown make up organizer, $9

I needed a new make up organizer, especially since I will be traveling quite a bit within the next year. My current make up bag isn’t as organized and I just throw my make up inside then struggle to find what I need later on. I couldn’t take it anymore! I like this make up organizer because the inside has see through compartments so you can see everything that you packed at once.

This is what the inside of the organizer looks like. It even has a hook so you can hang it up!

Drybar whipped dry shampoo, $4.99

I’ve been wanting to try Drybar products for the longest time, but whenever I step inside Sephora and see the price (for the travel size may I add), I just step back and walk away. I could get a full sized Batiste for cheaper! When I saw TJ Maxx stocking up on Drybar cans a couple weeks ago, I was thrilled! But like other beauty trendsetters, all the good stuff went fast. So I made sure the next time I saw any Drybar products in TJ Maxx I’d snag it immediately. I got the travel size since it was the only one at the time and I’m so excited to try it out!

OPI nail polish in “I’ll Have a Gin & Tectonic”, $3.99

I raved about OPI nail polish in my Feb Fave’s but I had to go back and get more! You can see that I am wearing this color in this photo. This color shows off a nice pink with some tan-ish undertones and goes perfectly well with medium skin tones like mine.

Evian facial water spray, $9

Ah yes, fancy water spray for your face! You can do that with any type of water! But, no, this is EVIAN water we are talking about! 😉 I would normally take the travel sized sprays with me anytime I would travel but the price for two travel size cans were $15 at Sephora. But I found this more than travel sized can for less than that…so huge win for me! I like to use this facial spray after I applied my make up for the day so my foundation doesn’t cake up. It will leave your skin glowing and feeling fresh!

What are some of your favorite TJ Maxx/HomeGoods finds? Let me know in the comments below!

2 thoughts on “My TJ Maxx/HomeGoods finds

  1. Lately, I’ve really been debating on getting an actual travel makeup bag. Currently, I just use a series of small pouches to pack makeup essentials. Yours looks so cute!

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    1. Thank you! I highly recommend them, definitely depends on your style and how you organize your make up but I saw plenty of designs and color patterns of the same bag I have! 🙂

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