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How to be a Thrifty Christmas Shopper



For many of us this week is payday! Yay! However, it's the last real payday before Christmas *sad face*. And if you're anything like me, you've left all of your Christmas shopping until November. To help your pay check go a little further than presents and bills I've put together some of my top bargain hunting tips so  maybe, just maybe you can buy yourself a little something special to go under the tree.

The Drugstore Essentials

The Drugstore EssencialsWe all have products that we can't live without. The products that are as necessary as milk and bread.

We beauty bloggers tend to tell you all about the new products, the luxury products, the hyped products. But what about the everyday essentials? Well here are mine. These are the products I reach for everyday and replace time and again.

These are a Few of my Favourite Things...

Lush Christmas Bath Stuff

Tis the season to be jolly! Jolly that the Lush Christmas collection is out! When I saw these little chap's I couldn't resist. Also, just to give you a giggle, here's the thought process that enabled me to rationalise the purchase of The Melting Snowman...

Autumn Nail Favourites

There are two nails shades that I have worn consistently throughout November - Binky London in Marrakesh and Maybelline Forever Strong Superstay Gel Nail Colour in Extreme Blackcurrant.

All The Best Stuff is From Japan

If you're one of those super organised people that has already started shopping for Christmas presents make sure you check out Cakes with Faces. The company is owned by graphic designer and YouTuber Amy who creates Japanese inspired T-shirts, artwork, cushions, watches and jewellery.

Her work is fantastic and you'll probably recognise her work if you attended Comic Con London or Hyper Japan. Lets also take a moment to appreciate Amy's hair because it's wonderfully spectacular...
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