While most beauty-related gifts are typically thought of as being for women, people of all genders love cosmetics, skincare products, haircare and more. And since this is one of my all-time favorite topics to discuss, but I also know we’re all on a budget, I’ve compiled a big ol’ list of the best beauty gifts for 2013 under $5, $10, $20 and more! More
Also missing: Last-minute drugstore carnations, novelty socks and ill thought-out cookbooks. More
Love bright, bold eyeliner? Me, too. The only thing that bums me out is when you spend money on something you think will be one gorgeous color, but it turns out to be a completely different shade despite the packaging and (possibly very obscure) name.
So, I decided to swatch a bunch of them on my eyes in order to see which offered the best colors! From deep magentas to iridescent purples to aquamarines, this guide has got you covered — all under $20! More
I HATE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS WTFWTFWTF. More
Admit it, you totally want a Bambi dress. More
The signs are everywhere: birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, the days are (almost) sunny (sometimes). It seems that spring is fully upon us, Glossers! But does your wardrobe reflect that yet? While the colors, textures and beauty of the … More
Like, the actual day of your birth. More
Dolce & Gabbana! Alice + Olivia! Rag & Bone! See by Chloe! More
No, really guess! What are you guessing? $49.99. That was my guess. Because roses can be a little bit pricey, are a “special occassion” kind of flower.
Oh, but I was wrong. More
It’s a well known fact that Alexander McQueen’s designs are amazing, but they certainly don’t come cheap. If the things in Tuesday’s gallery of Alexander McQueen items that cost under $500 were still too expensive for you, might I suggest this tiny armadillo shoe currently available in the Met’s gift shop? Created expressly for sale during the Met’s McQueen retrospective, these four-inch tall ornaments are similar to the well-known design made famous by Lady Gaga’s bizarro video for Bad Romance. More
This wall panel is from IKEA. For $12.99 you can stick it to the wall behind a stove or wherever else yu do your busines sin the kitchen and keep your walls both clean and colorful. Yes indeed.
We all have an urge to splurge on occasion but the still-precarious economy is enough to make any woman think, “Hold on to your wallet.” I’d never encourage anyone to spend beyond their means, particularly when there are so many … More