On Wednesdays, We Use Pink-Adorned Pocket Spas

Atomizers and face sprays? I was dubious, to say the least.

First of all, there’s my hair. My straight or wavy style is assassinated with the least bit of moisture. So I avoided sprays like the plague. But then I tried Kelley Quan Pocket Spa ($95). And it’s heavenly, friends. It releases a super-fine mist (you could call it the Henry Cavill of mists – it’s that super-fine) of either water or floral hydrants that feels chilly and soothing on the face and immediately hydrates skin. Running on AAA batteries, the Pocket Spa’s mist is set to a timer that will turn off when the cycle is complete. The best part? Because this mist is so fine, and, well, not WET, it refreshes skin without disturbing in the least your makeup handiwork.

In short? This pocket spa is your AMBASSADOR OF (Kelley) QUAN: Allow it to do its wizardry.




Do you share my irrational fear of sprays? Have you tried Kelley Quan’s DIVINE iteration?

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1 Comment On Wednesdays, We Use Pink-Adorned Pocket Spas

  1. Jan

    Kelley was officially on hand to help recreate looks from the Spring 2013 runways, but since I already had gobs of makeup on (as I am want to do), we decided on just freshening me up. The first step to that: Kelley Quan Pocket Spa. Now, let me try and describe this little piece of heaven: It emits a superfine mist of either water or floral hydrants that feels icy cold and soothing on the face and immediately hydrates skin. Powered by AAA batteries, the Pocket Spa’s mist is set to a timer that will turn off when the cycle is done. What’s special about this mist: Because it’s so darn fine, it’s able to quickly and seamlessly absorb into your skin without affecting your makeup. Kelley told me she created it because the facial mists she’d come into contact with were simply too wet; spritzing them on over makeup always mussed the look. She wanted a mist that would be great for use pre-makeup, post-makeup and pretty much any time of day you desire.

    It seems like you copied from a review posted on another blog from 2012-Fear No Beauty

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