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    23 Of Oprah's Favorite Things You'll Probably Wish She'd Give You

    "*You* get an air fryer. *You* get a Telfar bag. *You* get a Fenty onesie."

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    Oprah *just* released her *~Favorite Things~* list for 2020, and it's alllllll on Amazon! AND there are tons of things from Black-owned, women-owned, and small businesses. So we've rounded up some of the very coolest things:

    1. A faux leather Telfar medium bag that's really UNBELIEVABLY exciting, because these bags are just about *never ever* EVER available — that's how popular they are. If you know, you know.


    I monitored their restock windows and kept missing them, and finally got to pre-order one earlier this year, and won't get it until December or January, so this is a GREAT opportunity.

    Price: $202 (available in four colors)

    Telfar is a Black-designed and owned brand, and their iconic vegan leather shoppers are truly an It Bag.

    2. A Yedi air fryer so you can make deliciously crunchy foods like wings, reheat fries back to their crispy perfection, dehydrate foods, and even make a whole *rotisserie chicken* without dealing with hot oil.


    It comes with a rotisserie tong, rotisserie rod, oven rack, drip pan, skewer rotisserie, rotisserie cage, rotisserie steak cage, shallow mesh basket, two mesh trays, oven mitts and a recipe book.

    Price: $148.95

    Promising review: "I like that this can do soon many things! I had a regular air fryer but this is like a Super Air Fryer! It can dehydrate food, rotisserie cook, air fry, roast, bake and all the accessories are amazing! Very happy. Forget a normal oven the future of cooking is here!" —Alyssa Kaleda

    3. A trio of Mented Cosmetics semi-matte lipsticks in shades Pretty in Pink, Nude La La, and Dope Trope designed to work on any skin tone. And the formula is lightweight and moisturizing for all-day comfort.

    The three shades, each on a different model

    Price: $50

    Mented Cosmetics is a Black woman-owned brand that makes vegan products and never tests on animals.

    4. A chunky knit satin-lined winter beanie to keep your head toasty warm when the temperatures drop *and* help protect your hair from damage and moisture loss without disrupting your style or curl pattern.

    Model in the orange hat with faux fur pompom

    Price: $50 (available in three colors)

    Grace Eleyae is a Black woman-owned brand that makes satin-lined hats in a wide variety of styles for hair protection *and* style.

    5. A set of six lip glosses that make a great gifting idea for the beauty enthusiast on your list. These glosses provide *and* moisture without feeling sticky.


    2 4 1 Cosmetics was founded by twin sisters and Eritrean refugees, with the mission to create products that inspire confidence.

    6. A ribbed turtleneck lounger made in a fabric they call "marshmallow" —THAT'S how soft it is. It goes down to about knee-length, so you can wear it as a dress, or over leggings or sweatpants for extra warmth. And it has a kangaroo pocket perfect for tucking your hands inside.

    Model in the light blue lounger

    Price: $99 (available in women's sizes S/M–2X/3X and five colors)

    7. A Breville Barista Pro espresso machine, which while an investment, might still save you in the long run compared to latte after latte after latte after latte at the coffee shop — and resides *in* your kitchen.

    The stainless steel espresso maker

    It comes to about 160 $5 lattes. It has a built-in grinder, LCD display, and a heating system that works in THREE SECONDS!! Plus a foaming wand that creates delicate bubbles perfect for latte art. Santa, this is what I *really* want for Christmas.

    Price: $799.95

    Promising review: "I love this machine. I’m new to making coffee like this as I had just gone into coffee shops everyday, but after a couple of trips to Europe I had developed an interest in doing it on my own, and saving money! Couldn’t have made a better decision! Coffee is amazing and I’ve saved hundreds of dollars already in just a few weeks! This machine takes a minute to figure out (or maybe it’s just me), but it’s fairly simple and after making it a few times, you get the knack for it. Highly recommend this machine." —Denny

    8. Or if you're just looking for good coffee, a trio of whole bean roasts made in small batches you can make any way you want (espresso! pour-over! French press!) for a high-quality brew.

    The bags of beans

    It comes with their three top-selling blends: Coltrane, Motherland, and King's Prize.

    Price: $56.99

    Red Bay Coffee Store is a Black-owned business and a second-chance employer. And the beans are ethically sourced through direct trade and roasted in Oakland, California.

    9. The Mirror workout system, which seems like truly something from the year 3020. It's a mirror that that streams live and on-demand workout classes so you can follow along and check your form at the same time — including boxing, cardio, strength training, yoga, and more.

    A model working out in the mirror

    The algorithms provide feedback in real time, too. It includes a year subscription, which then costs $468/year after that, plus FREE delivery and installation, a care kit, and mount.

    Price: $1,963

    10. An Ayesha Curry cast-iron and enamel Dutch oven so all your one-pot dinner dreams can come true. And it's oven-safe to 500 degrees.

    The dutch oven in red

    Price: $69.99 (available in three colors)

    Promising review: "It's soooo perfect in design and color and durability! perfect pot to make a soup in! From size to its volume, hands down best best value, and its cast iron? Girl you killed it with this collection of pots and pans!" —Pamela Genao

    11. A Savage x Fenty (yes, Rihanna's line!) onesie, because onesies are everything. It even has rose gold accents so you can feel a little extra fancy while lounging cozily.

    Model in the navy blue hooded onesie

    Price: $84.95 (available in women's sizes XS–3X)

    Promising review: "So comfortable. It fits just perfectly. Not too big and not small at all. I love the feel of it. I wish that they had it in the gray because I’d buy that too." —B's mom

    12. A Foot Nanny starter kit to take your dry winter feet from rough and cracked to silky smooth. It includes a buffing pad, eucalyptus foot cream, and cotton socks so the cream can penetrate deeper — and you can walk around with the cream on without getting it all over your floors.

    The set

    Price: $50

    Foot Nanny is a Black woman-owned brand started by a Chicago pedicurist.

    13. A pair of Iconi seamless, high-waisted leggings that are "squat-proof" and made of a moisture-wicking fabric to keep you comfy during any activity, whether you're training for a marathon or marathoning a TV show.

    A model in the black leggings lifting a dumbell

    Price: $45 (available in sizes S–XL and five colors)

    Iconi is a woman-owned, veteran-owned business, and they donate 10% of their profits to nonprofit organizations.

    14. A set of three pairs of gold-plated freshwater pearl huggie earrings that'll make perfect gifts this year for the fashionista in your life (or just for yourself). Baroque pearls are *very* in.

    The three pairs of earrings: gold studs with dangling baroque pearls, gold open hoops with dangling small round pearls, and baroque pearl open hoops

    Price: $29.97

    Stella and Hass is a Black woman-owned brand that makes just absolutely gorgeous accessories.

    15. A pair of truffle-based sauces (black truffle *ranch* and black truffle *Sriracha*) to drizzle on just about every food for a burst of flavor. I'll be just thinking about oven fries dipped in these for the rest of the day.

    The two squeeze bottles of sauce

    It comes in a chic box that makes this perfect for gifting, too!

    Price: $47.99

    Trufflin is a Black- and woman-owned small business founded by a French woman with a family history in the truffle biz and an Atlanta-based chef.

    16. A doggie hoodie with "blessed" "grateful" or "loved" emblazoned on the back, because there's not much that's cuter than a dog in a cozy outfit.

    A dog in the black sweatshirt

    Price: $60 (available in three styles and sizes S–L)

    House Dogge is a woman-owned and eco-conscious brand.

    17. A pair of Sorel hiking boots with an insulated footbed, microfleece lining, and waterproof suede and leather so you can go on brisk mountain strolls in style, comfort and (most importantly) dryness.

    The boots in olive green

    Reviewers recommend ordering half a size up.

    Price: $164.95+ (available in women's sizes 5–12 and three colors)

    18. A set of ultra-luxe body creams formulated with both Ghanian and Ugandan shea butter for glowy, soft skin, no matter how dry it is outside.

    The tubes, plus the pastel tin they come in

    The pastel and gold packaging is just SO cute too. It comes with five tubes: Egyptian lavender + Moroccan mint, Kenyan hibiscus + Moroccan rose, Moroccan blue tansy + Egyptian blue chamomile, Nigerian lemongrass + South African palmarosa, and Ugandan vanilla + Ethiopian honey.

    Price: $80

    54 Thrones is founded by Christina Tegbe, who works with woman-run cooperatives in Africa to source the botanicals for her products.

    19. A gold-filled initial ring you can stack up or across to spell out your monogram or any word, bringing "talking with your hands" to the next level.

    Hand with four rings spelling out the word Hope

    Price: $60 each (available in all 26 letters and in ring sizes 5–()

    Bychari is a Black woman-owned business based in Los Angeles. Everything is handmade, and you can even get custom pieces with initials and diamonds. PLUS they make the vote necklace Michelle Obama wore during the Democratic National Convention!

    20. A CurlMix four-step wash-and-go hair system available in five scents (including unscented) and formula options for one-stop shopping. Reviewers on CurlMix's site with all types of hair swear by this system.

    The lavender moisturizing formula
    Curl Mix

    It includes a clarifying shampoo, hydrating conditioner, moisturizer, and gel.

    Price: $80 (available in five formulas)

    21. A Judy emergency preparedness kit with a variety of tools, food, and water to get you through a 72-hour period.

    The kit

    It includes duct tape, a flashlight, two multipurpose bags, a multitool, a hand-crank radio, a phone charger, three AAA batteries, 10 food packets, and 16 water packets.

    Price: $72 (also available in two smaller kits)

    22. A beautiful circular wood and concrete platter perfect for your next-level charcuterie boards that would make Chrissy Teigen proud.

    The platter in green

    Price: $120 (available in three colors and in a smaller size for $90)

    Studio Badge is Black woman-owned and makes products in Accra, Ghana using locally sourced materials.

    23. A super plush robe with a tailored waist you'll want to lounge in for hours on end, on its own or layered over your PJs for coziness.


    Price: $164 (available in sizes S–L and in white)

    Ojai Lingerie is a Black woman-owned brand based in California.

    Check out 21 Of Oprah's Favorite Things For $50 And Under for more!

    Shop out the full list of Oprah's Favorite Things 2020 for even more gifting ideas!

    You in the bath just waiting to put on that plush robe:


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