Holiday Gift Guide: Beauty Gifts

gifts beauty lover

silk hair ties  //  Drunk Elephant baby facial  //  Chanel moisturizer  //  Chloe perfume
Eucalyptus Shower Spray  //  All Natural Eye Masks  //  candle  //  makeup brush
Beauty Counter Sugar Scrub  //  Glossier Boy Brow  //  cosmetic bag

 

 

Gifts for the beauty lover

 

 

Today’s holiday gift guide is for all the beauty product fanatics (like myself) on your list. So let’s talk gifts for the beauty lover!

 

gifts beauty loverChloe perfume

 

With two teen daughters, I get to have a little fun in this department.

Anything I’m curious about (like face masks or eye gel) would make a great gift for them, (which I then conveniently get to borrow and try for myself;)

Some of these items I already own and I’m completely obsessed with – like Chloe perfume, these silk hair ties (LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!) the Slip pillowcase as well) and this all natural sugar scrub not only smells amazing, but works great too!

 

gifts beauty loverslip pure silk pillowcases – a must have forever favorite in my book!

 

 

One item I’m super curious about is the Glo Pro microneedling tool -has anyone tried this?

I might just wait until after the holidays to purchase this, using a few gift cards (and by gift cards, I mean points!)

Clinique foundation buff brush

 

PS: If you’re still hunting for a few more ideas for gifts this season: hostess gifts under $50., cozy gift ideas, gifts for teen girls and fun and unique toy ideas !

and, last but not least….gifts for all the men on your list!

 

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5 Comments

  1. Home Arise wrote:

    Great ideas! Thank you!

    Published on 12.12.18 · Reply
  2. Melissa wrote:

    On a whim I bought the Glo Pro last summer during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale and have been using it 2-3 times/week. I’m not one to spend much on skincare and really just now started paying attention to my skin at 46. The science made sense to me and although subtle, I do think it has made an improvement in fine lines and texture. Having said that, I didn’t do much comparison research but wound think a manual micro-needler would work just as well.

    Published on 12.13.18 · Reply
    • Sue De Chiara wrote:

      Awesome! Thanks so much!

      Published on 12.14.18 · Reply
  3. Melissa S wrote:

    I too brought the glo pro during the NSale. I used it pretty consistently 2-3 times a week for probably 6 months and I’m not sure it’s worth it. I ended up selling mine on eBay. I have thin skin that’s on the dry side and I hated how dry/irritated my skin felt afterwards. I agree with the previous commenter and think if you want to try, start with a manual microneedler.

    Published on 12.9.19 · Reply
    • Sue De Chiara wrote:

      OK! Good to know, thanks so much!

      Published on 12.9.19 · Reply