The 10 Products You Loved the Most In 2020

At the end of each year, I like to check in with my affiliate link analytics to see which of the products I recommended you ended up being the most interested in. It's especially fascinating to me because I'm not a "shopping" site, per se, so I feel like this gives me a lot of insight into *why* you come to Ramshackle Glam, and what kind of content you're looking for.

In 2020, it turns out, what you were looking for was exactly the same stuff I was looking for: Really, really boring shit that for various reasons ended up sparking genuine joy in this dumpster fire of a year. It's the single most 2020 shopping roundup I've ever seen, and I was DYING laughing looking through this.

Links to all the products I mention in the video are below.


I Tried PDO Threads, And My Results Were Pretty Insane

I've never been shy about trying out various cosmetic procedures and sharing the results here - you've seen me give everything from BBL lasers to microdermabrasion a shot. (Not to mention The Boobs.) I make a point of sharing about this topic - which many people would probably consider too personal to speak about publicly - for a very specific reason: I hate the fact that our culture tells women that they have to appear ageless, while simultaneously shaming them for not achieving said agelessness without help.

So. *Should* you undergo a cosmetic procedure? Of course not. But if you want to?

No shame.

Now that I have that off my chest: Let's talk PDO Threads.


The House That Trash Built

Apparently - thanks to my DVD ripper - it's throwback week on RG!

So remember a couple of years ago, when I spent months and months flying back and forth to St. Louis, filming a project that I was all cagey and secretive about, because I contractually wasn't allowed to discuss it? It was a pilot called The House That Trash Built. Basically, what the show involved was our team literally building a house from the ground up using nothing but reclaimed materials (a.k.a. trash). We found old windows at a church, pulled tiles out of a house that was slated for demolition, and made furniture out of tires.

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