Happy Tuesday, y’all! If you’re like me, you probably have a little bit of shopping left. If that’s the case, then you’re in luck… I have one gift guide left for the season. I know you’re probably in a rush, so I’ll keep today’s post brief! There’s no time to mess around this close to Christmas, so I’m sharing my tried and true favorites.
Mophie Case ($70) This is the perfect gift for a blogger or anyone who lives on their phone. If you’re unfamiliar with Mophie cases, you just push a button and they charge your phone. I’ve been using a Mophie for about four years, and once you use it, it’s hard to use anything else. In my experience, they last really well. I’ve had my current Mophie for a year.
Fragrance is typically a really good gift! Depending on what you’re looking for, I like Blush for every day, Black Opium for evenings or when I need a little boost of confidence, and Mademoiselle for fancier occasions.
L’Oreal Lash Paradise Mascara ($8) This is my favorite drug store mascara, hands-down. It makes a great stocking stuffer.
Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara ($26) If you’re looking for a higher end mascara, I love this one. It gives me the drama that I craved when I had lash extensions… minus the eye infections and maintenance.
Stress Away essential oil ($38) This may seem a little pricey, but it lasts forever. I use this oil almost daily, and I cannot get on a plane without it.
Pieces of Me Cuff (c/o) ($30) The wonderful thing about Pieces of Me is that you can find something for all of the women on your gift list! The jewelry features different symbols for different traits. What I love about Pieces of Me is that the symbols are a great way to display your personality, but they’re also a good way to remind you of who you are. These would make excellent “grown up” friendship bracelets!
Tissue Tank ($18) These tissue tanks are soooo comfy and great alone or layered. I regret not purchasing them in every color.
Sugarfix drop earrings ($13) I. love. these. earrings. Not only are they super affordable, but they’re so light that you don’t even notice you’re wearing them. I have them in gray and wear them at least three times a week.
Wet Brush ($9) Another awesome stocking stuffer! This brush works on my super long, fine hair, my mom’s thick, curly hair, and my brother’s thick, short hair. It may seem weird to give someone a hair brush, but if you’ve ever used a Wet Brush before, you know it’s a total hair care game changer!
You are a Badass book ($7) This book will rock your world. It talks about letting go of things that hold you back and weigh you down, and constantly reminds you of how loved and amazing you are. It’s great for people who love self help books, but also for people who are a little skeptical about self help books. (This book definitely pokes a little fun at some of the really strange suggestions that self help books are known for.)
IT Cosmetics gloss & stain duo ($30) This gloss is amazing because it can also be used as the most beautiful, natural blush. It also lasts forever.
Vineyard Vines Shep Shirt ($98) Shep Shirts may be a little pricey, but they are amazing quality and super versatile. It’s great for casual Fridays and lazy weekends, and I love it in the summer for those days when the air conditioner is cranked so high that you’re in danger of becoming an ice cube.
Williams Sonoma S’Mores ($30) I am not the kind of girl that spends $30 on candy, so I hope that tells you just how delicious these are! Haha. They’re individually wrapped, so you can break them up and use them as stocking stuffers, or they also make a great hostess gift. If you’re keeping them for yourself, know that the tin is sturdy and reusable. I like to use mine in my craft cabinet.
Invisibobble hair ties ($10) These are amazing. Gone are the days of hair ties breaking in half or fighting with a hair tie to give it an extra wrap around your ponytail. These are especially amazing for people who wear their hair in a bun. Instead of having to break out the bobby pins for flyaways, just wrap them around the coil until they’re hidden.
See anything you’ll be picking up for someone on your list? I want to hear from you – have you completed your shopping?!
Also, I want to say thank you for all of the prayers, kind words, and well wishes for my momma. I am overwhelmed by your kindness, and I am hopeful that she’ll be able to come home before Christmas.