While I love a night out dancing or a long happy hour, it’s also fun to stay in occasionally to relax and refresh. It’s even better kicking back and relaxing with girlfriends! I called Nataly and Yasmina for a girls night in, and we had the best time shooting these photos with Luisa!
Must Haves for a Girls Night In
1. Spa Set Up
The spa set up always reminds me of when my sister and I turned our bedrooms into a spa, smearing who-knows-what on our faces and putting cucumbers in our water and on our eyes not knowing what in the word they were for! While I’ve grown up since then, I can’t resist a good pamper session! Here’s what you’ll need:
Masks: Formula 10.0.6 has a new line of Be Berry Masks that are perfect for a girls night in! They are refreshing and inexpensive (Hello, under $10? No brainer.). So, even if you are hosting, you don’t have to break the bank! I have tried two so far: the Be Berry Clear Illuminating Peel Mask and the Be Berry Fresh Balancing Mud Mask and have had awesome results both times! After the peel mask I could see my skin was definitely brighter and I wore next to no face make-up the next day! The mud mask was also great, after washing my face, I noticed a more refreshed and cleaner feeling on my face.
Mani/Pedi Kits: Be sure to have many nail color choices, files, and nail polish remover on hand for everyone to use!
2. Cute PJs
Whenever I went to sleepovers as a kid I always made sure to wear my favorite PJs. (Usually the latest styles from Limited Too!) Now I usually just sleep in boxer shorts and a tank or t-shirt, fun fact: my PJs never match, not even for our girls night in!
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3. Snacks + Wine
In my opinion, snacks are some of the most important pieces to a successful girls night in! I know I get hangry, so I’m always prepared! For this girls night in I grabbed some of my favorite Sugarfina gummies, rosé, and Harry and David’s Moose Munch! Nataly and Yasmina seemed to be new to Moose Munch, but I grew up on it and know its a winner among everyone!
Thank you to Formula 10.0.6 for sponsoring this post, and thank you for supporting the brands that make Running In Heels possible! All opinions are genuinely my own.
Photos by the lovely and talented, Luisa Manning.