This year I’ve been so last minute with my Christmas shopping. If you’re anything like meyou’ll be running to the shops this weekend. I’ve put together a last minute gift guide to help with a mixture of stocking fillers and gifts within different price ranges.
Babe Power Bauble | Missguided
Could you get anymore Christmassy than having a perfume in a Bauble? I love the Babe Power perfume range from Missguided, and I use the body mist of the same scent daily. I think this is a perfect stocking filler (and to hang on the tree). This bauble also comes with a pink fluffy keychain accessory which is perfect to clip on to keys or a handbag.
The festival of Christmas is near, and you still have not bought the gifts for your family and friends?.or And, you have absolutely no idea what to get them? anyone. This is a dreadful scenario but can be countered with a little help from LuckyBobbleheads. You can get them holiday themed bobbleheads of Santa or even customised little versions of themselves. It is the perfect gift to bring holiday cheer to you and your loved ones and show that you care. The bobbleheads of Santa, reindeers, snowman, X-mas trees, etc. all can be bought according to your choice to spread the holiday to your family and friends.
Honey Lipstick | Morphe
Depending on which brand (and price range) you choose, lipsticks can make a great stocking filler or main present. I would recommend a Morphe lipstick as they are creamy, pigmented and only £10.
Black Opium | YSL
The Black Opium perfume is one of my favourite high end perfumes for this time of year. It has a strong, sweet scent and the bottle is stunning. This would either make a great gift by itself, however I know YSL have these in gift sets around Christmas time.
I’ve mentioned this brand in a previous post. It was a hair wigs brand that was completely new to me but i really love their products because they actually work. This travel size would make a perfect stocking filler.
This palette has beautiful brown, mauve and olive tones. It is a unique palette with shades I don’t own in any other palette. I like that you can create a variety of looks using just these 6 shades. Nars palettes are sleek and luxurious, and would make the perfect gift.
You can’t go wrong with some lashes as a stocking filler. The ones i’ve been wearing lately are the Demure Lashes range. These lashes are so beautiful. The thing i like about them most are the they are not too big length wise, which is something I always struggle with. You can also reuse them multiple times without them looking worn out. The glue that these lashes come with have a blue light technology which means the glue dries from blue to clear so you know when you can put them on.
Speaking of lashes, if you know the person your gifting does not like lashes, theres always a really good mascara which can be an alternative stocking filler. The one I recommend is the Infinite Lashes Mascara by LOLA Makeup. I like the wand on this as it is thin enough to get into the inner corners. It lengthens and volumes your eyelashes, making it look like you’re wearing natural falsies!
Nail polishes are another inexpensive great stocking filler. I usually use a variety of brands, but the one i’ve been using most recently is the Totem-ly Yours nail polish by Sally Hansen. The colour is a perfect shade of nude. There are a variety of shades you can choose from!
I hope this gift guide helps!