The rock-star yoga teacher and YJ LIVE! presenter reveals seven beauty and gear favorites she can’t live without—in and out of yoga classes.
Badass yogini Sadie Nardini, author of 21-Day Yoga Body and host of Rock Your Yoga, has taken the world of self-empowerment by storm. So it comes as no surprise that the gear found in her yoga bag embodies her fierce style and creativity.
1. Tokyo Milk Dead Sexy No. 6 Parfum
Tokyo Milk’s Dead Sexy No. 6 is an ethereal blend of deep vanilla, exotic wood, white orchid, and ebony. “This is one of the best-smelling scents I’ve ever come across, and now my signature,” Nardini says.
2. Banzai Child Mala
Banzai Child owner Karita Cassia believes jewelry has the power to be that one little thing that can make you feel unique. All of her pieces are handmade. “I love my rockin’ new mala. Allow me to point out the Swarovski Crystal skull,” Nardini says.
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3. Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Pleasure Model Crème Colour Concentrate
Infused with aloe leaf extract, cocoa extract, and vitamins, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics’ crème colour concentrate can be applied to the cheeks, lips, or eyes. “This cheek shine is vegan and a fabulous booster to my yoga glow,” Nardini says.
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4. Molivera Organics Sweet Almond Oil
Nardini swears by organic almond oil, which is frequently used in Ayurveda as a skin cleanser and moisturizer. “I clean my face with oil instead of soap after class, and my skin has never looked better,” she says.
5. Yoga Tune Up Alpha Twin Set
Yoga Tuna Up’s Alpha Twin Set is perfect for loosening up on the go. “I love these rolling balls I can take with me to reset my body when I’m traveling or in the yoga studio after class,” Nardini says.
6. Suja Master Cleanse
Suja Juice’s Suja Master Cleanse is a detoxifying combination of water, maple syrup, lemon, and cayenne. “I find this is the perfect energizer and cleanser before and after a sweaty yoga class, when the body most needs and uses carbohydrates,” Nardini says.
7. Moleskine Classic Journal
Nardini is never more than a foot away from her black, unlined Moleskine journal. “I write constantly, whether it’s a yoga sequence or a dream weave (list of things to do and envision) or maybe some song lyrics for my upcoming album,” she says.