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The hectic holiday shopping season brings so much anxiety to so many folks, especially the closer it gets to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so now is the best time to get some of that shopping out of the way, especially now that the best items are still in stock!
Every year, beauty gift sets are usually the first to go — especially the more affordable ones that give you the most bang for your buck. We’ve rounded up the 11 best beauty gift sets to choose from with prices ranging from $10 to $180.
Saltair is one of the most underrated body care brands on the market. If you want to smell like you're on a tropical island after every single shower you take, this travel gift set is the one to buy. It includes three 3-ounce bottles of the brand's best-selling body washes that leave your skin feeling hydrated even before applying lotion.
The set includes Santal Bloom (the brand's most popular scent), Pink Beach and Exotic Pulp — and for $10, you really can't go wrong with this set.
These blushes continue to garner rave reviews from makeup lovers of all different complexions gushing over the pigments and their boost for all skin tones. This set includes four of its best-selling shades.
This Burberry women's fragrance remains one of the most popular of the year. The unique gourmand, aromatic, ambery fragrance has notes of vanilla and lavender and comes in two sizes in this gorgeous set.
If you're an OLAPLEX hair care fanatic or just want to fully commit to the lineup, this $180 nine-piece set comes with everything you need for the full powerful at-home treatment series.
The kit includes the Nº.0 Intensive Bond Building Treatment, Nº.3 Hair Perfector, Nº.4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo and Conditioner, Nº.6 Bond Smoother, Nº.7 Bonding Oil, Nº.8 Bond Intense Moisture Mask, Nº.9 Bond Protector Nourishing Hair Serum and a travel pouch.
So much for Pep Guardiola’s insistence at the start of the season that Manchester City are heading to their fourth successive title. After a comprehensive defeat by a magnificent Aston Villa, his side have slumped to fourth place in the table, six points behind the leaders Arsenal. Here’s how much they are drifting off the pace: Manchester United – a side who have spent much of the season serving up fodder for comedy writers – are now only three points behind them.
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Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty ImagesAngelina Jolie and her children “had to heal” from the stress caused by the implosion of her marriage to Brad Pitt and the intense public scrutiny that followed, she told WSJ Magazine in a rare interview. “My body reacts very strongly to stress,” she says. “My blood sugar goes up and down. I suddenly had Bell’s palsy six months before my divorce.” Jolie filed for divorce in Sept. 2016; nearly a year later, she revealed for the first time that she’d fully recovered
In Nir Oz, a kibbutz on the Gaza border, they are still sifting through the ashes to find body parts of people killed in the Hamas attack on 7 October. On both sides of a metal fence that was supposed to keep the two sides apart, they are still living their nightmares.
Eric Jiang, a 29-year-old entrepreneur, is seeking donations to help save his elderly parents’ home after they had fallen victim to an online investment scam. About the scam: In an interview with NextShark, Jiang shared that his 78-year-old father, Amos, and 73-year-old mother, Yan, fell into what is now being investigated as a nationwide scam that targets victims for high-level investments in an allegedly fictitious company called "UpUp Fashion" in New York City. The retired couple, who reside in Woodbridge, Connecticut, are now worried about not being able to keep their home after losing millions of dollars.