We've all been sucked into a white elephant exchange at one point or another, going home with a useless gag gift. But wouldn't it be great if the pool was stacked with things you'd actually want to keep? Luckily, we've rounded up a few options that are cute, quirky, and all less than $30.
You want to give your mom the dream vacation to Paris, but your bank account says you can barely afford a bottle of wine and some cheddar—we get it. There are plenty of ways to treat your mom without digging into your rent money. You may not be able to pamper her with the luxury spa getaway she deserves, but you can make her feel like she's being pampered right in her own home. These beauty mother's day gifts are all about relaxation and indulgence—and they're all less than $50.
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I'm lucky to have mature fruit trees growing in my yard, but the last of my pears have been harvested, my plums have been stewed and frozen, and I realize I'm just two holidays away from winter. I'm dreaming of warm, savory dishes, preferably made with fresh herbs, which means it's time to bring the garden indoors. I like to stick to a few easy-to-grow basics like the ones on the list below, which offers a hierarchy of the easiest herbs to grow indoors organized by difficulty.
There's a lot more to it than just dropping essential oils into your bath.
Update your old light fixture with this pretty (and easy!) DIY chandelier. It adds a dose of glam to any room, without any rewiring required.
Giving someone flowers is a sweet gesture but if you don't know how to care for them, that sweet gesture won't last more than a few days. I'd come across a few odd tips for how to keep flowers alive longer: adding vinegar to the water, putting a penny in the vase, and bleach were among them. In the interest of not believing everything you read on the Internet, I decided to test them all out on bouquets of roses. You'll be surprised at the simple trick that will keep your flowers alive!
Metallic tattoos aren't just for your skin! Thanks to this clever DIY, you can also use them to embellish planters. The project is so easy that even beginner crafters can take it on.
In late December 2008, the FDA approved prescription sales of the drug Latisse, a treatment for what its maker, Allergan, calls “inadequate or not enough lashes.” Two years later, with well over one million kits sold—thanks to help from celebrity spokespeople like Brooke Shields and Claire Danes—Latisse is now a household name. At first, that was because of the remarkable way it makes sparse lashes lush in a matter of weeks. But these days, thanks to an FDA warning and a related rumor about Claire Danes’s discolored eyelids, the public seems wary of the prescription drug’s promise—and with good reason, considering Latisse’s disturbing potential side effects. Is the risk really worth the reward, especially when other, seemingly safer alternatives are available?
Lush is introducing shower jellies, wobbly and wacky soaps that will make you never want to leave the shower again.
We've all been there, though we'd probably prefer to forget these dark moments: examining our backsides in brightly lit dressing rooms as we try on bathing suits (already a horrifically demoralizing experience), or scrutinizing our thighs in the relative safety of our own bathrooms, we realize that the texture of our skin is not quite as smooth as we'd like to believe. In fact, it's downright dimply. But why?
The leading ladies of Saturday Night Live channel girl-power Beyonce, and it turns out Melania Trump has some not-so-nice things to say about her husband, Donald.
Channel your inner Belle with Hot Topic's newly released 'Beauty and the Beast' clothing line.
Don't ditch all those straws you gather from fast food restaurants. Plastic and paper straws can easily be turned into all sorts of affordable (and cool!) decorations for your home.
Who says home organization has to be boring? Thanks to this easy DIY, you can make simple rope bowls on a budget. Use them to hold jewelry, toiletries, or even fruits.
Does your space need an upgrade? Make this sweet and simple wreath in just 15 minutes.
Katie Holmes will always be Joey Potter in my book, and this outfit is totally channeling the girl who lived down the creek. The slouchy sweater and trendy boots bring the denim skirt out of thrift store obscurity. Hoping to channel an outfit fit to get you Dawson and Pacey? Check out our picks for getting the look!
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