With so many younger cousins and friends with children growing up ever so fast, they’re quickly becoming familiar with makeup brands and to my surprise even watch hauls and tutorials on YouTube. Yep, I feel so completely old when surrounded by these youngsters who are keen to experiment with makeup and nail polish!
So I thought I’d create a wee gift guide for anyone struggling with pre-teen and teens Christmas gifts.
Starting off with a big’n. The new Kate Spade New York bag just SCREAMS perfection for a teen girl. You can see her strutting her stuff to the school disco or Saturday Cinema with this stunning little Make Magic Bunny bag, fluffy rabbit tail included!
Whoever invented Mug Cakes deserves a medal! Through my teens I was obsessed with baking, if I’d have known about mug cakes and using a microwave to bake, my teen years would have been perfect! The Mug Cakes book from Lene Knudsen is crammed with delicious and incredibly easy recipes for teen girls to try – perfect for sleepovers!
Happy Jackson creates products with bright colours, bold patterns and playful words – their words and I totally agree! These beauty products are bright, fun and budget friendly. The Happy Days! Fragrance set and You Nailed It Babe! Manicure set are super cute and perfect for teen girls exploring beauty products and making awesome nail art!
You’ll notice more and more how girls want to grow up so fast. Hanging out at Starbucks to enjoy the latest special coffee or frappucinno. Treat her to this cute combo for Winter, fluffy ear muffs and a reusable travel mug – so Instagrammable!
Perfect for the little artiste in the family or young girls who enjoy crafting! This easy to follow Dreamcatcher Kit from Making Things Happen contains everything you need to make a super cute boho dreamcatcher! It’s like two gifts in one!
Finally and perfect for a Harry Potter obsessed teen. The Wizarding World box from Loot Crate is crammed with official and exclusive content from J.K. Rowling & Warner Bros. HP franchise! You can see my full review of the Wizarding World box here.
So there we have it, a super easy guide if you’re struggling for gifts for your teen relatives! Let me know if this has been helpful or if there’s anything you’d recommend as I am still shopping!