- Universal Lids
- Salt & Pepper Mills
- Makeup Removing Balm
- Cream Bronzer
- Beauty Sponge Set
- Sunrise Alarm Clock
- Glass Cleaning Cloth
- Pearl Earrings
- Chain Earrings
- Tote Bag
- Sunglass Case
- Car Registration & Insurance Holder
- Fuzzy Socks
- Uggs Alternative
- Mosquito Light
- Laser Level
- Tangle Teaser Hairbrush
- Anti-Frizz Hair Product
- Protein Hair Mask
They've been a game-changer for me since I have quite a few pots and pans without matching lids. These lids are not only stylish and sleek but also highly functional. I love that they're dishwasher-safe, making cleanup a breeze. They've quickly become one of my all-time favorite kitchen discoveries.
These salt and pepper mills are a real steal rather than a splurge item. I stumbled upon these, and I'm pretty proud of it. They're priced at just thirty dollars and come in a variety of beautiful colors. In my opinion, they're very similar and even better than a much more expensive alternative that costs around 90 bucks. I personally use mine every single day and even gave them as Christmas gifts to friends. I'm completely obsessed with these, and it's great to see them on this list.
It's incredibly effective, and I'm completely obsessed with it. I've tried numerous makeup removing balms that are like solid oils, melting away makeup effortlessly. It's been a real game-changer, especially now that I don't have lash extensions, and I find myself using it quite frequently.
It's a remarkable alternative to the pricier Chanel version. I have to say, I've never looked shiny or oily wearing it, not even a little bit. I can't believe this gem is only six dollars. It has a fantastic texture, not too oily and not overly dry, and it blends seamlessly, even for someone like me who's not a makeup expert. This has been an incredible find, and I'm so glad I picked it up.
It's the perfect little stocking stuffer or gift, and it comes in an adorable box. I personally use these sponges, and I've never gone back to the pricier Beauty blenders. They're soft, squishy, and blend makeup like a dream. I especially use them to blend out bronzer. You really don't need to spend 20 dollars on a single beauty sponge, and I'll stand by that. If you're in the market for one or want to try new ones, I highly, highly recommend these.
I use it every single day, and while I might sound like a broken record, it's a fantastic alternative to the Hatch alarm clock. It offers the same features, and if your New Year's resolution, for instance, is to wake up earlier for morning workout classes or anything of the sort, this is a wonderful and highly effective way to start your day.
I can't help but rave about this gift idea that's also a bestseller. It's a pack of glass cleaning cloths that I've mentioned multiple times, and I'm not sorry for repeating it. They come in a bundle with several cloths, and the best part is that you only need water to use them. No more buying Windex or any other cleaners. Just dampen these cloths, and you can watch stains disappear from your mirrors. You can even use them for polishing various surfaces. It's truly incredible, and I'm absolutely obsessed with them.
They're incredibly pretty, dangle delicately, and what I love most is how lightweight they are. Heavy earrings are not my thing, and I practically wore these all the time, even featuring them in many videos, probably why they're ranked so high on the list. The best part? They're only eleven dollars. As someone with highly sensitive ears, I can vouch for these. A lot of Amazon jewelry can be problematic for sensitive ears, but these earrings didn't cause any irritation or discoloration.
And speaking of jewelry, this ring from Amazon gives off some serious Cartier vibes, but it's only eleven dollars. I wore them both so much this year, and it wasn't even planned to be wearing them right now. If you're on the lookout for jewelry recommendations, be sure to check out my Amazon storefront, particularly the jewelry page. I have a collection of fantastic pieces that I've personally tried and wear regularly.
If you're looking for a more affordable alternative to the Marc Jacobs tote bag that can cost over 200 dollars, I've got you covered. These bags are practically identical in appearance, with the only difference being the absence of the Marc Jacobs label at the bottom. They're fantastic options, not replicas, and their prices range from 25 to 40 dollars. I personally own both the leather and canvas versions, and they're exceptional bags, especially for travel. They come with a crossbody strap and a handle, plus they have zippers to keep everything secure. I've even repurposed it as a sort of diaper bag, perfect for carrying all my daughter's essentials when we're out and about.
These seven pairs of cozy socks for just twelve dollars are a real steal. They give me the same comfort vibes as Barefoot Dreams. I'd highly recommend getting these and creating little self-care baskets for friends or cousins. I wear mine all the time, though not right now, because it's an unusual 80 degrees in January.
Here's another alternative to a very popular item that genuinely shook me. I've talked about this constantly, mainly on my Instagram and in one of my gift guides. It's the Ugg alternative from Amazon. For some reason, Uggs went viral this year, particularly the platform ones and the slippers with a bit of a platform. I've been wearing them since the day I got them, and I think they're a fantastic alternative, especially if you live in a place like me where it's only really cold for a few months out of the year. You don't want to splurge on a pair of shoes that you won't wear often. I highly recommend them.
Absolutely a must-have in my house. We've got about five of these mosquito lights scattered throughout our home. There's one right here in our bedroom. These lights are incredible at catching all sorts of mosquitoes, flying bugs, and the like. With three dogs and constant door openings, they've been a fantastic way to keep bugs out without resorting to pesticides or chemicals. They come with little stickers that we change out about once every two weeks, and they work like a charm. I can't recommend them enough.
The Tangle Teaser hair brush has consistently made it to this list, even ranking in the top five last year. I recently got one, and in just a month, the amount of hair it picks up is truly astonishing. I'm an unwavering Tangle Teaser fan, and let me tell you, nothing else even comes close. There are different versions, but this one is for dry hair and enhances shine. There are others for curly hair, smaller sizes, and even a travel size. I don't care which one you use, just give it a try.
Let's talk about an anti-frizz hair product that's around seven dollars. It comes in a squeezy tube and has an oily, but thicker consistency. You apply it to your wet hair, then straighten and style it. The difference is like night and day, especially if you have curly or damaged hair. But even if your hair is in great condition, it can work wonders for you too.