Curated finds for your favorite foodie. From Best Products
Editor-tested and -approved: This is the camping gear our editors swear by.From Best Products
Gifts that are sure to delight unicorn enthusiasts of all ages. From Country Living
What a wild few hours.
Has baby Hadid-Malik arrived?!
But these 34 other presents are pretty ~unbeleafable~, too.From Women's Health
Need something special for the food lover in your life? We've got you covered!From Country Living
This is what kids actually want this holiday season. From Good Housekeeping
Bring on the essential oils! From Good Housekeeping
They're gonna be so surprised when they see what's inside!From Cosmopolitan
You just became their #1 friend.From Cosmopolitan
You don't want to seem ungrateful but isn't once enough?
They won't break the bank, either.From Women's Health
While they're often packaged as travel-friendly options, mini beauty products don't require a boarding pass. After all, they're also an ideal way to try an entirely new skin-care routine . . . without committing to several full-sized items right off the bat. Since no one can say what our holiday plans will allow this year, we looked for the best sets that anyone with wanderlust can still appreciate on a staycation, a road trip to see family, or right in the bathroom at home. Ahead, check out the travel-sized beauty gifts from Sephora we're tempted to add to our overnight and everyday bags. Related: 24 Reasons You'll Want to Nab Sephora Collection's Beauty Advent Calendar ASAP
Lawrence Brooks marked this milestone with a military flyover, over 10,000 birthday cards, and more.
Your favorite wine-o will love any of these 35 gift options.From Women's Health
Talk about a happy hour upgrade. From Delish
At some point over the past six months, plenty of us parents were faced with the gift/scourge of endless hours to fill at home with our kids. And now, back-to-"school" for many of us has meant back-to…the entire house being filled with chaos as we attempt to work from home and "educate" (heavy quotes) our […]
Two San Francisco siblings are sending cards to thank healthcare workers for their service. Prabhleen and Mantej Lamba started Cards 4 Covid Heroes as a way to show their appreciation to those on the frontline of the pandemic. The brother and sister were inspired by one of the Sikh faith’s core principles known as “seva” or “selfless service.”
Perry posted a photo on Instagram.