What Can You Find in Basic White Girl Starter Pack?

What Can You Find in Basic White Girl Starter Pack?

What Can You Find in Basic White Girl Starter Pack?

Unless you want to start your own basic white girl business, you must be prepared! A successful start-up requires proper planning, and you can’t do that without the right tools! Here are some of the items commonly found in a basic white girl starter pack. You may even want to try making your own!

White Girl Starter Pack

We have picked up a few essentials off of your white girl starter pack.

For example, everyone needs a chunky knit sweater that says CALI on it (in big block letters), right? Here is your unofficial guide to what I like to call the basics

Nail Polish

When basic girls want to be a little edgier than they usually are, nail polish is an instant way to change things up without changing much. It’s easy to put on and take off, and it works great with costumes or just a new outfit! It’s good enough for Carrie Bradshaw, so it’ll do for us. Starting to white, move up the ladder!

(If you don’t have your bottle of Essie Bubble Bath, we recommend getting one.) And if you do need some color inspiration, check out these tutorials. Also, note that matte colors look better on pale skin—no offence!

Face Mask

What better way to start a relaxing night than with a face mask. Cleanse your skin, moisturize and apply one. The best part about masks is that they are all over Pinterest and Instagram, so you always have new ideas on what to do when yours runs out. My favorite brand of face masks is Freeman Beauty because they’re natural and make my skin feel amazing!

Makeup Brushes

While many makeup lovers have their go-to brands, it’s important to remember that cheap brushes might save you some cash initially but could cost more over time if they shed and fall apart. Investing in a quality brush kit is essential if you’re looking for a full range of coverage and control with your application. It can be difficult to determine which brands are worth investing in and which are not.

After all, there are hundreds of companies making brushes these days. The best way to figure out which one will work best for you is by reading reviews from other women who have tried them out—and we’ve got just what you need! Our top pick: is Morphe Brushes. This California-based company has made a name by providing high-quality products at affordable prices.

Dry Shampoo

The all-American basic has a tube of dry shampoo. Dry shampoo is easy to use, not to mention easy on your wallet. To apply, spray it at your roots and rub it gently until you no longer see grease. This product saves time and energy—and does not require water or towels to work! Not only that, but it’s easier than attempting to wash your hair every morning.

What could be better? Once you start wearing makeup (if at all), it may be good to wash your hair more often as bacteria builds up quickly between washes. Don’t get overwhelmed if you wake up with oilier hair than usual one day.

Beauty Blender

A beauty blender may seem like a luxury, but it’s a staple for any makeup kit. The sponge shape helps with application and blends your foundation, so it looks airbrushed. Grab one with a case to keep it clean while on the go. 

Be sure to look for something that feels soft when you touch it—you don’t want something that scratches your skin or makes you feel uncomfortable. If you’re travelling with more than one person, consider grabbing an extra; they come two per package. 

Facial Cleanser

When starting a new skincare regimen, it’s always a good idea to start with one of these. Many cleansers promise to work wonders on all types of skin. But let’s be honest: we know there’s no best face wash for everyone. If you have combination or sensitive skin, try something gentle and easily-rinsed like Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser (Fragrance-Free).

Use it once or twice daily after rinsing your face with warm water (this will open up your pores and allow all those lovely moisturizers to penetrate). Ensure to pat dry—don’t rub—to avoid unwanted redness and irritation.

Hair Ties and Hair Pins

Most girls do not know how to use bobby pins or hair clips. Hair ties, however, are quite useful. You might have mastered fancy udos and intricate braids. Still, if you’re going for a more low-key look one day, hair ties ensure that your ponytail is secure and won’t easily fall out of place.

The same goes for curling your hair—it takes practice to learn how to use those hot tools correctly! And, even then, it doesn’t hurt to keep some extra elastics on hand just in case. Trust us: Your friends will thank you later when they don’t have to spend hours fixing their ‘dos after an evening out with you.


A beginner’s guide to entrepreneurship. Here, we have compiled a list of items to help get your business off its feet. Use them to grow and prosper, or use them as part of our weekly How to Be a Basic White Girl exercise regime. Either way, these items will keep you high-achieving and feeling great!