Ever just wanna give a lil’ hint to your friends and fam about what you’ve had your eye on? or just looking for a way to keep track and prioritize your next purchases? Hint’d is your answer—and I promise me your soon to be new obsession.
I was first introduced to Hintd a little over a year ago and as the site grew and developed, I was lucky enough to be asked to spread awareness for the brand as an ambassador. When Lucy Danziger, founder of Hint'd, first introduced me to the concept, her enthusiasm and passion were enough to have me sold. As an admittedly avid birthday/Christmas list maker (and unfortunately just a person with a never ending mental list of items I’m dying to have), I was immediately intrigued by the idea of a curated, customized digital registry. The idea is to be able to consolidate your ideal wish list of all the things you love right now—anywhere from new shoes to a chic backgammon board (my #1 hint) to soul cycle classes to a Bieber concert. There are no limits to what you put on your list—it’s just sharing what you love.
Here's how to do it (it's simple)--click here, personalize your page to make it unique to you and your hints by adding a profile picture, page photo, title, and description , and then simply click "Add a Hint." Within seconds, your virtual wish list is created and you can start hintin! On your list, you have the option to add an item via a link from anywhere online or you can simply browse through the different categories and lists to get some "hintspiration." Once you have made your list, which is strategically limited to 22 items (so you pick and choose wisely), you can sort by price, desire, page aesthetics, etc. and then share with friends and family! Because you are prompted to give details about the item (such as size, color, and why you want it), it is very easy for loved ones to get you exactly what you're looking for. If someone buys something on your list, they can indicate that they bought it and have it be anonymous or not. It's super efficient and very fun!!
Hint'd is an incredible way to explore what's trending by seeing what fellow hinters are interested in and also share what's trending (which Tinner's "To-Die For's is intended for.) It's also a good place to look for presents to buy for the people in your life, as they constantly have curated editor and influencer lists perfect for the father, the runner, the gamer, etc. Check it out--I promise you will not regret it :).