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7 Things That Will Almost Definitely Sell Out Soon: From A.P.C. to Ole Henriksen

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This edition of Don’t Dillydally (our mid-week look at all the “drops” worth paying attention to) features some glow-inducing makeup, a pair of Kid Cudi–designed sneakers, and Cardi B–adorned potato chips.

Cardi B Rap Snacks

Rap Snacks (makers of rapper-endorsed potato chips) recently unveiled its new line of Cardi B chips. Ms. Almánzar is the first musician to get four different (quite delicious-seeming) flavors (Cheddar Bar-B-Que, Jerk Bar-B-Que, Honey Drip Butter Popcorn, and Habanero Hot Cheese Popcorn) in her name. The chips launched in mid-February, sold out, and are now back in stock at and over on Amazon.

Ole Henriksen’s Banana Bright Face Primer

Faithful Strategist readers are likely familiar with Ole Henriksen’s Banana Bright Eye Cream, about which Rio Viera-Newton recently raved, and which sells out on the regular. Recently, Ole Henriksen released a companion product — a Banana Bright Face Primer — that’s meant to create “a dewy, healthy-looking glow.” The early reviews are in, and need to be taken with a grain of salt (many of these first reviewers were given the product for free), but they are unanimously quite wonderful.

Glossier Play

On Monday, Glossier unveiled its new Play line — makeup meant for going out. This appealing highlighter is meant to “create an illuminating sheen that blends seamlessly onto cheekbones, brow bones, Cupid’s bows, and eyelids,” for a more va-va-voom-y glow than the primer above.

Kid Cudi’s APC Line

Late February saw the launch of Kid Cudi’s spring collaboration with A.P.C. The clothes and sneakers are bright, festive, and heavy on the pink. We think these sneakers will be a hit.

Target’s New Sleepwear Line

Stars Above is Target’s new sleepwear line, and from the looks of it, these pajama sets and lounge-about-the-house clothes could be good Eberjey dupes. There are a lot of plus-size options available, which is nice.

Fitbit Versa Lite

Next week, Fitbit is launching a less expensive version of its popular Versa watch. The Versa Lite is $40 cheaper, and according to the experts over at Runner’s World, “offers a more focused set of features.” You can preorder it below.

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Don’t Dillydally: 7 Things That Will Sell Out Soon