Gift Guide: Gifts That Glow

The holidays are right around the corner, so gear up for Gift Guide Week!

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Ill be doing three specially themed gift guides, the first of which focuses on “Gifts That Glow”.

You’ll see all things that shine bright like a diamond in this gift guide – sparkle, glitter, and shine!

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Here are my top picks to help you get your glow on through the holidays.

Tweezerman sparkle & gift shine set gift guide

Tweezerman Sparkle & Shine Gift Set ($48 USD/$65 CAD) will make all of your glittery rose gold dreams come true.  It includes a pale pink faux-snakeskin makeup bag, glittery tweezers, the game-changing ProCurl eyelash curler (Review with before & after pictures HERE), and 3 replacement lash curler pads.  Tweezerman, you had me at “lash curler”, and sealed the deal with “glitter”!  Available in the USA at Macy’s, and in Canada at

cover fx illuminating & prime set gift guide

Need a little glow on the go?  The Cover FX Illuminating Prime & Set ($29 USD/$35 CAD) is your travel-friendly recipe for a glowy complexion.  This set includes 3 minis; an illuminating primer, an illuminating setting spray (which I use ALL the time), and the Custom Enhancer Drops in ‘Moonlight’.  This trio of essentials is sure to help you glow to the heavens – just add foundation!  Available at Sephora,, and

conair infinitipro diamond brilliance shine system gift guide

Not all gifts that glow need to be drenched in glitter.  The Conair InfinitiPro Diamond-Infused Cermaic Smoothing Hot Brush ($49.99 USD/$59.97) combines diamond-infused ceramic with ionic technology to give you smooth, frizz-free, shiny hair.  I have semi-straight hair, but it tends to have a mind of its own, so this brush will be put to work on mornings when I have to tame my bed-head-y lion’s mane.  Available at in the USA at Ulta and Walmart.  Canadians can find a retailer near them at

Quo angled diamond sponge gift guide

I’m always up for trying a new makeup sponge shape.  The Quo Angled Diamond Sponge ($8 CAD) has a wide base, and a fine tip to help get into those hard-to-reach areas.  Maybe I’ll finally be able to blend out my concealer around the corner of my eyes!  And if you love Quo, they have a ton more holiday products (haul video HERE) on their roster.  Available exclusively at Shoppers Drug Mart.

Amope pedi perfect pedicure set with diamond crystals gift guide

Even though I’ll be living in fluffy slippers this winter, I still love to have smooth feet.  The Amopé Pedi Perfect  with Diamond Crystals Pedicure Gift Set ($44.97 USD/$49.99-59.99 CAD) is going to be my one-stop shop for foot care this winter (of course, in addition to THEFACESHOP ‘Smile Foot Peeling Mask’, which I’m a week into, and LOVING).  This set includes; an electronic foot file, an extra coarse roller head, a soft touch roller head, a roller cover, batteries, and a cosmetic bag to store it.  Plus, it comes with a little contest:  you might find the diamond crystal card, worth $1000!  Available in the USA at Walmart, and in Canada at Walmart and Shoppers Drug Mart.

Cover FX custom enhancer Drops vault gift guide

I saved the best for last.  If I got this as a gift, I might just pass out right there on the spot (I’ll be honest, my jaw basically hit the floor when I saw this in person).  The Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops Vault ($235 USD/$275 CAD) contains all seven full-sized shades of the iconic Custom Enhancer Drops, wrapped in a rose gold, drop-shaped tin.  This set includes my two all-time fave Cover FX shades: ‘Halo’ (review HERE and HERE), as well as the stunner, ‘Celestial’.  I always have people asking what highlighter I’m wearing when I rock a highlighter from this set.  Available exclusively at,, and

Do you have a sparkly gift that you’d recommend I check out?  Let me know in the comments below!


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