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    23 Useful Products That'll Help Get You Through The Rainiest Days

    🎵 Let the rain fall down and wake my dreams 🎵

    1. A collapsible travel umbrella that'll fit in any bag, tote, or glove compartment. It opens with the press of a button, so you won't be stuck fumbling around in the middle of a storm.

    2. A tube of Tarte's iconic Lights, Camera, Splashes mascara that'll see you through the harshest of storms, without budging or smudging. It'll also add curl and length to your lashes, which is perfect if you love a lil' bit of drama.

    3. A water-resistant trench coat from Old Navy that'll keep you looking stylish until you're ready to transition to a parka. It has a removable belt, so you can cinch your waist or let your jacket fly free.

    4. A pair of waterproof Ugg boots that are lined with fluffy sherpa fabric to keep your tootsies toasty. They have a thick sole and textured tread that's suitable for all types of terrain, from city sidewalks to hiking trails.

    A person wearing the transparent Ugg boots

    5. A metallic electric lighter that'll ignite your candles, BBQ, and stove burners without an actual flame. It's resistant to wind and rain, making it a true life-saver for camping trips.

    The lighter charging in a computer's USB port

    6. A dog raincoat that'll save your pet from getting soaked (and tracking water around your house post-walk). The hood has a transparent visor, so your pup will still be able to see where they're going.

    A poodle in the raincoat

    7. A bottle of shoe-protecting spray that'll waterproof your kicks and stop stains in their tracks. The water-based formula is safe for leather, suede, nubuck, and fabric, so you can probably use it on most of your footwear.

    A person spraying their shoe with the spray

    8. A tube of It Cosmetics waterproof concealer that will stay put, until you go at it with makeup remover (seriously, it's designed for 24-hour wear). Reviewers say that it's especially great for people with dry under-eye areas.

    Two tubes of the concealer

    9. An extra-large umbrella that'll know the world just how you feel about the weather — en français! It's designed to prevent wind damage, so you don't have to stress about your umbrella breaking when it's blustering outside.

    An umbrella caught in a tree with boats in the background

    10. A Bose SoundLink waterproof speaker that's chip, dent, and crack resistant, which is great if you're a little clumsy. It's also très petite, so you'll be able to squeeze it into almost any bag.

    A Bose speaker on a mossy tree surrounded by camping gear

    11. A microfibre hair towel that'll help prevent breakage, split ends, and frizz, if your tresses have gotten drenched in a storm. It also works its magic faster than a traditional towel, so you won't be tempted to give up and turn to your blowdryer for help.

    The microfibre hair towel next to its package

    12. A stylish vinyl rug that'll stop you from dragging water through your house. The bottom side grips to your floor, so you won't make an entrance by surfing into your house.

    13. A pair of water-resistant sneakers from Allbirds that are perfect for anyone who loves sprinting in the rain. They have rubber pads on the soles, meaning you won't slip and slide on the wet pavement.

    A person wearing the shoes with their foot on a rain-covered bar

    14. A rainproof backpack that'll keep all of your treasures dry. It has a built-in laptop pocket, so your computer or tablet won't get banged about on your journey.

    15. A gel brow pencil from MILK makeup that'll help you achieve fluffy brows that won't wash away in the rain. The opposite end of the pencil is a spoolie, so you can easily brush away any harsh lines.

    16. A bold and bright rain jacket that'll add a pop of colour to your fall ensemble. The fabric is slightly stretchy, so you can pile on the layers underneath.

    17. A pair of budget-friendly waterproof ankle boots that are both fashionable and functional. They'll become a staple in your wardrobe because they're lightweight, super comfy, and great for all types of weather.

    18. A bubble umbrella that'll keep you dry, but won't block your view. The dome-shaped canopy will give you more coverage than a traditional umbrella, so you won't have to worry about getting soaked if the wind flares up.

    A person holding the dome-shaped umbrella

    19. A tube of Too Faced eyeshadow primer that'll stop your smoky eye from dripping down your face. It's colourless, so you can pack whatever shades you want on top of it, without messing with their pigments.

    One eyelid with primer on it and one eyelid without

    20. A packet of ultra-concentrated wash-in water repellant that'll help you prep your gear for stormier seasons ahead. Just add it in with a load of laundry (like you would with detergent) and let it work its magic.

    A person opening a packet of wash-in water repellant

    21. A travel-sized pack of Cetaphil cleansing cloths if your makeup start migrating in the rain. They won't leave any pore-clogging residue behind, so they're great for using on the go. You can even use them to wipe down your dirty hands, if you're in a pinch and there's not a sink in sight.

    A person holding the cleaning wipes

    22. A pair of floral Keds that are designed to keep your feet warm and dry, no matter what the forecast calls for. They have an ultra-cushy foam sole, making them comfortable enough to wear all day long.

    A floral boot ontop of a shoe box

    23. And finally, a bottle of of plant-based wrinkle-releasing spray, if your clothes dry in a less-than-desirable way when you get to your destination.

    A bottle of spray next to folded linens

    You in the middle of a rainstorm:

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