It’s unusually cold today in Florida which has got me thinking about the holidays. As if I wasn’t already right?! Christmas is 2 weeks away and I must admit I’m a little behind on my shopping. If you guys are anything like me, you’re still hunting for last-minute stockings stuffers for your children, friends, and family.
As a self-proclaimed shopaholic, Christmas is, of course, one of my favorite shopping holidays. There’s nothing like seeing the expression of loved ones when they open a gift you’ve been waiting to give them, especially when they’re so excited to receive something they forgot they wanted.
So, during my shopping excursions and beauty experimenting I took some notes to share with you some of my favorite products. And if you are still shopping, then you’re in luck! Keep reading for a list of Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Beauty Gurus- all perfect last-minute gifts for teens, moms, sisters, or any beauty lover.
11 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Beauty Gurus
This 1 oz. acne spot treatment works amazing. It shrinks whiteheads overnight while healing and preventing the spread of acne. This is the best pimple treatment I’ve ever tried. Get it on $17 for Amazon or Ulta.
These globes are on my Christmas list this year (hint, hint if my husband is reading). They’re supposed to help reduce facial redness, sinus pressure, and headache tension, which I suffer from almost daily. They stimulate nerves to exercise facial tissue, eliminate fine lines, tighten skin and reduce large pores. Just rub a little bit of coconut oil on your face and gently massage your face. Buy them for $32 on Amazon.
Hands down my favorite face wash. It removes dirt, oil, and makeup, obviously. It’s also fragrance-free and gentle enough for sensitive skin. I use it to remove makeup build up from my brushes and beauty blender. A 4-oz. bottle is $8 at Ulta.
This translucent setting powder has changed my life! Before I found RCMA powder I suffered from “cakey” looking makeup. Apply it to your face with a damp beauty blender after you apply your concealer. It will set and dry your foundation for a look that lasts all day and night without the “caked-on” look! Find it on Amazon for $19 or from rcmamakeup.net.
5. Sheet Masks–
Paper facial masks are my new favorite way to rehydrate my skin. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve noticed some fine lines around my eyes and forehead so I make sure to stay on top of keeping my face moisturized and hydrated. I don’t spend a lot of money on these because I haven’t really noticed a difference between price points. I usually just stock up when I’m at Target, TJ Maxx, and Marshalls. Bonus—clean-up is a lot easier than clay or peel off masks.
Miss Spa has a variety of under eye treatment pads that help reduce the look of redness, dark circles, puffiness, and wrinkles under your eyes. Find them at Ulta, or miss-spa.com. I also love Frownies Eye Gels because they’re reusable and much better for the environment. If you opt for the reusable Frownies, be sure to get a hydrating spray to mist them after each use. The packaging suggests using the Frownies Rose Water Spray but any mister will work. Find Frownies on Amazon, Frownies.com, and even Walgreens.com.
My go-to eye pallet is Lorac’s Unzipped GOLD pallet. This pallet has 10 highly pigmented colors, some shimmer and some matte. The price is a steal for what you get. This pallet has lasted well over a year and I use almost daily. Find it Ulta or Kohls for $42.
I love this setting spray so much that I use it every day! It’s organic formula has no parabens, petro-chemicals, or artificial fragrances. And it’s not tested on animals! This setting spray can also be used as a light facial mister throughout the day without messing up your makeup. It’s formulated with herbal extracts of organic rooibos, white and green tea, as well as MSM and DMAE to provide extra hydration and anti-aging benefits. It’s a steal on Amazon for only $11.95.
I haven’t added this highlighting pallet to my collection yet but it’s on my list for sure! Four great shades include: Bronzed, Tourmaline, Moonstone, and Summer. Find it at Ulta, Sephora, Amazon, or anastasiabeverlyhills.com.
Even with my daily makeup routine I try to reduce waste whenever possible. It’s not always easy but I have found that using these reusable makeup remover cloths work great with just a little water. Throw them in with your regular wash (put in a wash bag to reduce damage) routine and use them again and again. You can buy them on Amazon or try your local TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Ulta, or Target.
I’ve been using this on my face (pre make-up) to help reduce fine lines and acne scars. It’s 100% unrefined shea butter and can also be used to soften face, lips, elbows, or heels. It helps protect and moisturize your skin without leaving an oily residue. Find it on Amazon for $13.09.
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