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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If you're like me, a manicure is not a long-lasting beauty treatment. As hard as I try to keep my nails looking pretty, dishes, work and well, life, often leave my nail color chipped and in disarray within a few days of a salon visit. But with the influx of new at-home gel nail kits on the market, you can now have a salon-quality manicure for up to two weeks for a fraction of the price it would cost in a salon. And it's easier than you think.
Many people think of soul mates as two people who find each other and know immediately that they're destined to spend their lives together in ecstatic harmony. Others consider the idea about as credible as crystal healing, love potions, or the tooth fairy. While the notion of soul mates sounds like a good one, does it color how we view relationships and marriage and set us all up for failure?
Don't have a white lace or crocheted dress in your closet? Get on that. These bloggers show you why it should be your new summer staple.
Ashley Tisdale's black and white shopping outfit has us doing double takes. The outfit mixes tones of the two colors without looking like she got dressed in the dark. Jealous of this celeb's two-tone outfit? Get her sleek street style with our picks!
Brighten up your face with beautiful, natural peach tones for a soft, natural glow. Read on for the full tutorial.
How we act around others, how much space we take up, and even the tones of our voices affects our ability to impress our bosses. Subconsciously, our bodies are responding to others and what they say; that may just be the reason you're not getting promoted.
‘Tis the season of articles instructing women on how not to end up chubby and miserable during the holidays. “Don’t drink too much,” “Don’t eat too many snacks,” “Get plenty of sleep,” they recommend cheerfully. But isn’t constant snacking on bad-for-you delights, imbibing eggnog and hot toddies and way too much champagne, and staying up late on weeknights to do it all sort of the entire point of the holiday season? Reduce bloating over the holidays without missing out on the fun with our easy tips.
This one's for all the badass women out there: Whether you're working a side hustle or starting a business from the ground up, these podcasts are just what you need to feel like a total girl boss.
A recent study by Women at NBCUniversal raised eyebrows when it reported that the women surveyed placed the Internet, sleep, and showers higher than sex on a list of things they couldn't live without for a month. (Men, unsurprisingly, chose sex behind the Internet and sleep. At least the sexes can agree on the first two.)
I’d challenge anyone to find a twenty-two-year-old who loses sleep over cleavage wrinkles, but for women thirty-five, forty, and up, chest wrinkles are a source of constant anxiety.
Calling women "high-maintenance" or "needy" is sometimes just a subtle way to put us down for having reasonable needs. Listen up, ladies: it's okay to have standards.
Oh bronzer, you get used and abused. Too often, I see women who don't know how to apply bronzer and their skin tone looks like an epic-orange fail. Please let me help. I'll teach you how to apply bronzer one of two beautiful ways, the best brushes for application and how to choose a bronzer for a realistic summer glow--any time of the year.
This Japanese train company is trying to shame women for applying their makeup in public, and it's pretty messed up.
Sometimes it seems like women just can't win. We're expected to be nurturing, maternal, docile, and sacrificing, no matter what injustices or insults are thrown at us. Women are discouraged from being ruthless and competitive, but there's also the stereotype of the bloodthirsty woman screeching and clawing her way to the top, backstabbing any other female who gets in her way. How can these two stereotypes coexist? If women are supposed to be the kinder, gentler sex, then why do we compete so viciously with each other?
Ladies on the go should be sure to have the women's floral-print Antonia casual sneaker by Basic Editions in their footwear collec...tion. Lightweight and breathable, this casual shoe offers the easy comfort of a breathable canvas upper. When you lace up... read more
Slip on fringe with rhinestones on top. It is faux suede material, with a small platform of 1.5in Sole is made of E.V.A (Ethylene,...Vinyl, Acetate) Size: 6.5. Color: Beige. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. read more
Slip into comfort with the women's Abriana canvas slip-on sneaker from Basic Editions . Constructed from crisp canvas, this sneake...r is fitted with a fun striped elastic tongue for easy slip-on wear. Decorative eyelets give the shoe a classic look. A... read more
Infuse every step with smart style and cool comfort with the women's Mandi Mary Jane sneaker from Basic Editions . Crafted in soft... fabric with a reinforced toe and heel, this casual shoe offers a sporty look and stretch fit. Light footbed padding... read more
Red and black leather and suede leather two-tone lace up sneakers from Premiata.
White and grey leather and rubber lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
White and black calf leather two-tone laceless sneakers from Premiata.
White and nude beige leather and suede leather perforated lace-up sneakers from White Premiata.
Grey and brown leather and suede leather perforated lace-up sneakers from White Premiata.
White and silver-tone leather and rubber glitter detail lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
White leather casual lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
Black leather lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
White and khaki leather two tone lace-up sneakers from Eleventy.
Navy blue leather lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
Black leather and suede lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
Grey leather lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
White and pink calf leather and leather two-tone lace up sneakers from Woolrich.
White and grey leather two tone lace-up sneakers from Eleventy.
Blue calf leather and goatskin lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
Black lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
Multicolored leather lace-up sneakers from Premiata featuring an almond toe, a lace-up front fastening, a logo patch at the tongue..., a branded insole, a contrasting heel counter and a ridged rubber sole. read more
Ivory and black suede and leather two tone lace-up sneakers from Bally featuring a round toe, a lace-up front fastening, a brand e...mbossed insole, a two tone design and a ridged rubber sole. read more
Grey, red and white suede lace-up sneakers from Premiata.
Multicoloured leather and suede leather colour block lace-up sneakers from White Premiata.
Green cotton 1957 lace-up sneakers from Premiata White.