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 actress Casey Wilson, who also co-hosts the Bitch Sesh podcast, which items she can’t live without.
I think they’re really flattering, and I get lots of compliments on them. And I’m not normally someone who gets compliments on jeans. They’re really comfortable, too. I wore them for a bunch of my pregnancy — but even nonpregnant, they look great. I’m coming to terms with certain stores I’m too old to shop in, and so right now, Madewell is doing it for me.
I’m obsessed with this. I like beauty products that you can conceivably eat. I’m a very quick-routine person, but this feels like a very luxurious moment in a crazy day. I’ll use it in the shower and bath, and I feel amazing after. I turn myself on basically. You can write that, but say I’m just kidding.
This is my entire worldview and universe. It’s my religion. I love this above any item on this list. I have turned every friend onto them. They’re a comforter over your eyes. It’s not a janky mask where light comes in from every corner, and you’re like, “Why do I use this?” This blocks out all light, and is so decadent. I have one in every purse and wear it on airplanes, or really just anywhere I want to fall asleep in five seconds. I’m never without one. I have a lot of panic if I don’t have them. If I go on vacation, I need to bring two. If you’re in a bad hotel with lights that peek through the curtains, it’s pitch-black. You’re only alone with your thoughts, which is maybe not a good thing.
I have an addiction to stationery, even though my handwriting is like a toddler’s. I love journaling, and these are sophisticated but almost quirky. I love everything — the wrapping paper, the cards — and I am someone who has a weird wooden box full of cards for every occasion, like sorry your aunt died. The cards are usually blank, but sometimes I wish they weren’t because I always have to write a P.S. apology at the bottom for how bad my handwriting is.
This is from my dermatologist, Dr. Christie Kidd. She gave it to me, and it’s a life changer. I have rosacea, and I’m obviously an actress, and my first concern is that my face is my fortune. So I’m obsessive about sunscreen, and it’s about the only healthy habit I keep. It’s a great price and doesn’t feel like anything, and it’s a moisturizer, too, so it’s a real two for one.
I just saw my hairstylist, and I have very plush, thick hair. I’m blessed (you can put in parentheses that I’m looking for a low-level campaign), but the Wet Brush — I feel like it gets through your hair and doesn’t hurt. It’s great for combing through thick hair, and my son loves it, too. So if you’re needing a brush that you can share with your toddler.