If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch and Louis XV chair, but the hand sanitizer and the electric toothbrush. We asked Barbara Corcoran, of ABC’s Shark Tank and founder of the Corcoran Group, about her love for DustBusters, silicone enhancer pads, and amaryllis bulbs.
I have three of them in my home and two in my office. I should really buy stock. Why do I like it so much? I feel powerful when I’m using it. I can have the vacuum in my hand and take crumbs off my table. It’s always charged, and it holds a charge — even when it runs out of battery, it’s a quick charge. They don’t look bad, which is not something you can say about a lot of vacuums. I even have one in my library to suck up Scrabble letters after a game. I love a DustBuster.
My cutlets! These are the greatest, and I’ve tried all of them. They do a great job of giving you what nature forgot to give you. As you get older, and most women would agree, no matter how hard you work out, this is the only part that doesn’t get better and only gets worse. These are great for fixing that problem though — I wear them whenever I want to look better in any kind of clothing. They really do enhance your breasts and are so much cheaper than a breast implant. Oh, and they don’t sweat. A lot of them sweat. You forget you’re wearing them until you take your bra off and are like, “What’s that?!”
This foundation sprays on in a fine mist that’s so satisfying, and it doesn’t look like makeup. What it does is make you look like you’ve had a solid eight hours of sleep. Everyone will tell you that you look so well-rested and beautiful, but it’s just the Dior. I will do a 301 shade most days, and a 400 in the summer, when I get a bit tanner.
Everyone seems to wear these. They come in every color, like 30 colors, and it’s like a lace crayon box when you open your drawer. Here’s what it is about them — they’re inexpensive and last forever. I don’t think I’ve ever thrown a single pair out. The stretch material never gives up on you, and they don’t feel like you have underwear on. I can’t say I’ve worn just these with a skirt (I need pantyhose), but they’re just great and never, never wrinkle.
So in my home, I have a very expensive sound system — and I never use it. Why would I when I have this? It’s just uncomplicated — you press the button and you have PHENOMENAL stereo sound. I don’t know how they do it. I will bring this speaker upstairs and downstairs in the house, I love it so much. I will travel with it when I go on a quick trip just by throwing it in my bag — it holds a charge, so I don’t even need to charge it if it’s a two-day trip. I have the white one and the blue one.
I love this steamer. It’s pink and is probably only 12 inches tall and, in fact, almost looks like the UE Boom speaker. You don’t have to wait for the concierge to steam your clothes while you’re traveling if you have this. I obviously do a lot of business travel, and I’ll put a half-cup of water in this and it steams them in 30 seconds flat. I’ll steam my dress, and it’s like I just went to the dry cleaner. You know when you’re traveling and always against the clock, and can’t iron because it’ll give your clothes a shine? This will save you.
I have one in black and one in navy and one in dark gray. It’s a spandexlike sweater that turns into a vest or a wrap, or even something like a jacket. You get a lot of miles out of it. What I love about it is that I’ll travel with two of them, and I’m good for just about any kind of weather. And it doesn’t wrinkle. I hate traveling with something and having it wrinkle.