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Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Boots Christmas 2014 : My Top Picks £20 & Under

Post number 3 in this little series is here! To catch up with my guide's to presents £5 and under and £10 and under just click HERE or HERE!

I love love love shopping for other people and I love going overboard at Christmas! These gifts range from just £12 to £20 .... yes they are mostly beauty bits but I know most of you normal readers love that kind of thing! 


Last year was the first time I had tried out products from Joules and I was so impressed! The quality is amazing and the scent was right up my street! This pack contains a huge pot of both body scrub and body butter - this is perfect for the ladies in your life... I know my Mum would love it!

Soap & Glory The Perfect Ten Palette - £16
S&G are always a favourite... espically with bloggers... and this year they've stepped it up with their make-up gifts and have relased a gorgeous eyeshadow palette! 10 great shades for a fantastic smokey eye - sometimes you don't have to pay a fortune for palettes!

Benefit Sweet Tintations Set - £19.50

The Benefit balms caught my eye as soon as they were announced earlier this year and this gift set is the perfect chance to give someone a proper treat! You get 2 of the lip balms which are about £14 on their own usually so this itself is a total bargain plus you get 2 mini tints aswell - a total steal! Sooooo tempted to buy this for myself!

Starbucks Cocoa Hot Chocolate Duo with Mugs - £16.50

I swear I always end up buying at least one person a mug for Christmas - most people drink some form of hot drinks right? So they are always going to come in handy! This Starbucks Cocoa Duo set is a yummy hot chocolate gift with 2 lovely mugs and some chocolaty goodies, perfect for anyone who's not a coffee fan too!

Smashbox Try It Kit - £19
Know someone who's never tried Smashbox and their amazingness? I love this brand, although working a boring 5 day a week standard job I can't really afford to kit my make-up bag out head to toe with it *sad face*! This is a gorgeous gift of 5 mini products to try out, any make-up lover in your life would be super impressed with this!

More? ... oh okay then! Here's some more gifts for £20 or less!
Seventeen Ready Steady Glow Bronzing Kit -£12
Seventeen have some amazing products in their collection at the moment and this gift set contains at least 2 of them! I use the shimmer brick all the time and I've also tried the cream bronzer which is fabulous! 
So if you're looking for a decent present with a tiny price tag this is he one to go for!

Nandos The Magnificent Seven - £20
I have a confession to make... I've never been to Nandos...I know right? Who even am I? Sorry guys! BUT I know how much everyone goes crrrrazy for it so why not give them the pleasure of Nandos at home with this yummy gift set! (If you're a Nandos fan, or know one head to the Boots website as they have LOADS of gifts on there!)

I love this shabby chic jewellery box, perfect for keeping rings, necklaces and other delicate pieces! *Pretty alert*

Tea, tea, tea - who doesn't love a nice cup of tea? This set is a lovely home gift for any lady in your life! 

Jack Wills is a new brand to Boots this winter and their stuff has been flying off the shelves! Their range fits in perfectly with the other collections Boots has to offer and I love their classic blue and pink scheme! This is a great size for holidays, trips away and even as an everyday make-up bag!

Burt's Bees Bounty Collection - £15.99
This set contains products for your feet, hands, nails and lips! A lovely looking set - perfect for Mum's & Aunties!

Bleach London Scrap Book & Disposable Camera - £16
I love this set (and pretty much everything Bleach has to offer this Xmas!). The idea is so cute, a scrapbook alongside a disposable camera an stickers! Imagine having a NYE party, birthday party, holiday and being able to take along your your camera and then making a fun scrapbook of your adventure afterwards! This is a great gift for teens - so maybe a sister, friend or daughter! (saying that I would 100% use one of these too!)

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12 comments

  1. Oh wow I hadn't even heard about the Soap & Glory palette :D xx

    Jasmine // Magpie Jasmine

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  2. I love nosing at their Christmas sets once they come in, but always nearly end up buying a coffee one for myself!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  3. I love the boots christmas sets! So many great sets for presents but so tempted to treat myself to a few hehe xx

    Kay | What Kay Does

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  4. Great round up post! I love the Smashbox kit, the gloss in that is gorgeous and the cheek stamp in Seventeen is really great! :)
    haveyouseenhowshespeaks.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. Id love that benefit set!

    thriftylilpixie.blogspot.com

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  6. i really love the benefit gift sets this year!

    from helen at thelovecatsinc.com

    ps. you can win an £85 rose gold Fossil watch on my blog, if you fancy! click here.

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  7. The starbucks gift set looks gorgeous and I adore the jack wills pressys xxx

    BlondeOfCarbs

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  8. Oh I do love the benefit gift sets at christmas!! :)

    Emily x // EmGrace

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  9. I've had my eye on the seventeen ready steady glow for my sister, it would really suit her skintone I think and for such a great price! I also like the look of the Soap and Glory Glamour Push gift set, which is right on the nose at £20, but it's got some great things in like their liquid eyeliner, lip gloss, blush and my favourite Thick & Fast mascara, so I think it's pretty good value :) x

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