Shopping for holiday gifts in advance seems like a great plan in theory, but sometimes everything doesn’t go according to plan. With online boutiques and department stores running festive deals, there are different ways to snag last-minute holiday gifts.
As you make your way through your priority holiday checklist, you may have forgotten a few items that desperately need to be in your cart before it’s too late. Thanks to Instagram Reels and TikTok there are items that can help you fulfill your loved ones’ overdue wishlist items.
As you prepare for the upcoming festival season, having a portable charger can prepare you for any concert and outdoor activities for the change in seasons.
Air fryers have taken over the timeline and our households. This new appliance acts as the go-to meal prep device for those lazy dinner nights.
For the loved one who’s obsessed with smoothies, the Ninja blender helps keep with smoothie prepping through the high-power blades and quick slicing.
The Sephora collection makeup brush set is a great beginner addition for those just entering the makeup realm and needing to build their starter kit.
Thanks to technology evolving there are quicker ways to get the hot cup of tea you need in the morning. The electric tea kettle is efficient and swift when looking to have your water boiling in under a minute.
Making memories has always been a part of the Zillennial aesthetic. Having an instant digital camera as a new gift allows you to curate a digital archive for the years to come.
For a friend who’s obsessed with skincare and beauty, the Jade roller set can help tighten the skin and leave anyone feeling refreshed and rejuvenated for the holiday.
With Matcha powder being a hot commodity you can gift your friend or relative a popular and trendy set of authentic matcha powder.
As we close out 2023 many of us are prepping our goals and aspirations for the new year. With this vision board clip art book you can start creating new goals for yourself after the holiday.
About Kenyatta: Clark Atlanta University and Medill School alumna Kenyatta Victoria is the Girls United writer covering everything from news, pop culture, lifestyle, and investigative stories. When not reporting, she’s diving deep into her curated playlists or binging her favorite comfort shows.