Christmas Gift Guide – $20-$50

Welcome back to the Christmas Gift Guide, today we are taking a look at the $20-$50 price range. The nice thing about gift sets is that you have the option to part some of the items out and use them for stocking stuffers or just as a smaller gift. Like the below set for example, you could easily split this into 2 smaller gifts of 1 cream + lip conditioner per person. Or if you have a shopping problem and tend to buy Christmas gifts as one for you, one for me then this might suit you well….not that I know anyone like that.


First Aid Beauty Winter Skin Savers $47

Love this brand, I’ve reviewed them before on the blog and can’t say enough about the Ultra Repair Cream. It really is so hydrating and just amazing at keeping your skin soft and comfortable throughout the winter months. Available at Sephora stores and online here:


Bite Beauty Discovery Set $45

This is a great way to introduce someone to Bite Beauty so they can try out a few different products. A great value as this would cost over $80 if you were to purchase the items separately. Available at Sephora stores and online here:


Tatcha Kyoto Cleanse Set $32

The two best products from Tatcha in my opinion, I’m a fan of both the rice powder and the cleansing oil! This set includes miniature versions of both, great for travel or if you want to try them out. Available at Sephora stores and online here:


Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics Palette $36

An oldie but a goodie, just a great every day eye palette. Enough colour options to create different looks but not so many that you don’t end up using half of them. Available at Sephora stores and online here:


 Real Techniques Berlin Brush Set $38.45

An especially great starter set that covers all the basic brushes. A very good value, I’m thinking about buying these for myself. Available online here:


Jamie Oliver Super Food Family Classics $22.60

The latest book from Jamie Oliver, a perfect gift for foodies. I have the first Super Food book and there are so many great recipes. One thing I love about Jamie Oliver is that the recipes are always uncomplicated and easy to make. Just every day delicious meals that don’t take hours. The Christmas Cook Book is also a good one and quite festive but it might be a bit late to give that one as a Christmas gift. Available at Indigo bookstores and online here:


Reading Socks $34.50

The first time I saw these in Indigo, I thought they were a bit of a silly concept obviously geared towards people with copious amounts of spare time on their hands. But you know what, these would actually make for a very cozy gift and there’s no reason why you couldn’t wear these out on very cold days. I’m hoping santa brings me a pair 🙂

You can find these at Indigo and online here:

Stay tuned for the final gift guide on Friday, it’s the $50+ category!

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