Holiday Shopping That Doesn't Require a Sanity-Wrecking Trip to the Mall
There are a ton of amazing beauty gifts you can buy online. To help you hone in on the best ones, we're giving you a glimpse at our holiday shopping lists (and wish lists). Now, stop stressing and start knocking back the eggnog
What Meghan Rabbitt, Executive Editor, is giving ...• To her mom: Clarisonic Mia brush,$119. "My mom loves getting facials, but she doesn't get them very often due to the cost. I think this brush is the closest you'll come to feeling like you got a deep pore facial. Plus, my mom does spend a good amount of money on anti-aging serums, and this brush makes those work even more effectively."
• To her sister: Palmer's Cocoa Butter Skin Therapy Oil, $10.99. "My sister is pregnant, and I'm going to make sure this is in her stocking. She's been asking me what the best body oil is to prevent stretch marks, and this is the one to use, say my friends with kids."
• To her best friend: Chanel's Rouge Coco Shine in Monte-Carlo,$32.50, DiorShow mascara, $25, and Stila's Waterproof Smudge Crayon eye color in "Kitten", $22. "Jill's getting married in June, and I'm going to stash these products in an adorable little makeup bag. These are a few of my all-time favorite beauty products -- and they're ones I think Jill might want to test out to potentially use on her wedding day."
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