A Holiday Gift Guide From Bluebird Bath and Beauty

Bluebird Bath and Beauty is having a great flash sale for 15% off everything that ends on Tuesday, so I wanted to make sure I got a gift guide up!



The entire Bluebird makeup collection, both in part or as a whole, was designed to be an essentials kit for someone who wants luxe-feeling staples in their everyday routine. Whether you want the perfect face, an ideal lip kit, or coordinating nails and lips, there's a small, but essential collection of beauty must-haves. That makes it perfect for a mom, sister, or friend who wants simple, but posh products. To see the reviews on products available in the Bluebird store, you can follow the Bluebird Bath and Beauty tag!

Not everyone wears, or loves, makeup as much as I do, so I thought I would include some more ways you can treat everyone on your shopping list to some pampering this holiday season. Heyland & Whittle is a British brand that creates fixtures for your bath and body routine, as well as a few indulgences. Their Shea Butter Bath Melts are a great way to inject some variety and pampering into a bath. If you want a sampling of product that create more of an ambience, there are gift sets that include a cande, soap, and bath melt. And, if you are shopping for the man in your life, there's even a page for that too!

Gifts that pamper are a great way to turn something that someone might need, like a soap or lotion, into a holiday treat. Hope this helps you cross even the hardest people to shop for off your list for the holidays!

For 15% off your purchase through Tuesday, use code BB15. Sign up for the newsletter so you never miss a sale!

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