Saturday, 13 December 2014

#FestiveChristmasCollab - Stocking Gift Ideas

Hey! Its phoebs :)
Yay for my second post in the Festive Christmas Collab series! This week we are talking all things gift guides. My luxe gift guide went up quite a while back, so you can check it out here . Ellie will be doing her take on the high end gift guide, so check out her blog for that tomorrow. All the gifts featured in this post will be under £15, which is always good haha. 

1. Ted Baker London Shades in Waiting Eye Kit, £15, Boots
This gorgeous set comes with reasonably neutral eyeshadow crayons, mascara, tweezers and an eyeliner. This would be perfect for someone getting into eyemakeup and wants to experiment with other eye products than powder eyeshadow. 

2. Candy Kisses Lip Balm Set, £15 Body Shop
The Body Shop 'Born Lippies' were the first makeup product I bought. I use to collect them- I would say I have 8?!? They smell SO good, plus are really great for your lips. Anyone of any age would love this. 

3. Soap and Glory All The Right Smoothies Gift Set, £8 Boots
Generally all the christmas gifts from Soap and Glory look fab this year, but this set particularly caught my eye. It comes with 2 Body Butters, and a Scrub which all smell divine, as always. If you know someone who is really into body products or baths, or just the brand Soap and Glory, this would be perfect. 

4. Beauticology Gift Set, £5 Boots
In the past I have been given beauticology products, and the scents are perfect. Anything with fluffy socks is a win too, haha. If you are doing secret santa and have no idea what to get the person, this plus some nail polish would be great as it looks a lot more pricier than it should be and a girlie girl would appreciate it. I would love it. *adds to ever growing christmas list* (jokes) 

5. Wreck This Journal Book, £6.29 Waterstones
You can also get this book on amazon, but I thought I would show you an actual shop that stocks it because its getting quite late to order things. If the reciever is not really a beauty girl, this is a safe, yet fun bet. This book is packed with funny activities to do. Even better, if the reciever is a youtube fan, Alfie Deyes (pointlessblog) has his own book very similar to the 'Wreck This Journal' called 'The Pointless Book'. 

If all else fails, a cheap option is always food haha. I hope you enjoyed this post and found it useful. What was your favourite gift? Remember to also check out ellies high end post tomorrow. Please comment/tweet us post requests for next week, as we are off school! 

1 comment:

  1. these look like some great stocking fillers! great that they're all under £15 too x


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