Honest Hues Gift Guide

December 8, 2016Product Lists Standard

I know we’re all on the hunt for gifts to give friends, family members, and other loved ones this holiday season. I’ve rounded up my favorite sets in different price ranges so you can find a great gift, no matter the budget! My goal for this post is to keep the words to a minimum- I’ll have pictures of the sets and links for where to buy your favorites!

 

$25 or less

Best Bite Redux

If she loves lip products, she’ll love this set. Great quality products and you get 4 for the price of one. What’s not to love?!

 

 

Tarte Tartelette Tease Palette

This one is a bit of a cheat since it’s not a specific holiday set. BUT, it’s a great travel palette with just the essentials while still being versatile enough to do multiple looks!

 

 

Peter Thomas Roth Mask Sampler Kit

Everyone seems to be focused on skincare in the colder months since the weather does weird things to our skin. This sampler lets you have a little bit of everything so you can pamper your skin, no matter what issue you might be having!

 

 

Smashbox Mascara Sampler Kit

No matter how much or little someone may be into beauty, mascara always is one of those must-haves. I have a ridiculous amount of mascara for just one person, but this kit is a great way to try different Smashbox formulas and hopefully find a new favorite!

 

 

$50 or less

Benefit Brow Kit

Seriously amazing value and a great way to try out their new brow product line. I posted a full review on one of their sets here if you want to check it out.

 

 

Lush Father Christmas

Not so much into makeup? No worries! This Lush bath bomb set will be just the thing to help unwind from the stress of the holiday season.

 

Ouai Holiday Gift Trio

This brand is relatively new on the scene but the founder really knows what she’s doing. I’ve heard amazing things about all three of these products, so any beauty lover would appreciate this hair styling set!

 

 

Beautyblender 4 Piece Fall Set

This set is exclusive to Macy’s, which may be why I haven’t heard much about it. But it comes with 3 different beautyblenders (just one of those would cost $20) plus their solid cleanser. A perfect set!

 

 

$100 or less

Urban Decay Full Frontal Reloaded Vice Lipstick Stash

The name of this set is pretty intense, but they’re obviously excited about the launch of their new Vice lipsticks. This set has some bomb packaging that will wow whoever you give this to. Plus you get 5 lipsticks and a primer which makes this an incredible value!

 

 

Tarte Pretty Paintbox

I mean, it’s hard to complain when you get gifted an eyeshadow palette with blush, highlight powder, contour, a lip paint, mascara, and an eyeliner. What more could you possibly want?!

 

Sephora Perfume Sampler

Year after year, I always think one of these samplers is a great gift. Sure, you might already have a signature scent but it’s always great to try something new. You get tons of samples, plus a voucher to redeem for a full size product!

 

 

Drunk Elephant AHA Kit

Being honest- probably going to get one of these for myself. I’ve been debating on the T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum for soooo long and this is a great value with amazing products! Yes it’s pricey, but I’ve heard these products work some serious magic so it’ll be worth it!

 

A long one, but hopefully you found something that will work for your gift list (either to give or receive!). And I actually kept my babbling to a minimum! Do you have suggestions for more great holiday sets?! Let me know in the comments below!

 

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Hey there! I’m Trish and I’m a married twenty-something (almost 30!) with a two dogs I treat like my children! I decided to start Honest Hues to share my beauty addiction with everyone who wants to hear about it! I’ll tell you how products will actually fare for the working woman. I love everything beauty related and hope my reviews help my readers. And remember, this blog is just as much for me as it is for you.

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