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5 Holiday Stocking Stuffers Under $20!

'Tis the season to watch your holiday spending, and Everything She Wants' believes in quality over quantity.  So here are five great stocking stuffers for under $20:

Artistry Light-Up Lip Gloss
Artistry Light-Up Lip Gloss ($15.30): Turn heads with this shimmery gloss with an LED light on the applicator and a built-in mirror. The lip gloss comes in shades to complement any skin tone. To purchase, find an Artistry salesperson in your area.

Pan Oceanic Eyewear (from $6.99): Get these celeb style shades sold at bargain fashionista prices at Target, Urban Outfitters and Forever 21. Since I wear my sunglasses year-round (not at night though), I'm putting chic cat eye sunglasses on my holiday wish list. Eat your heart out Rachel Zoe.

Pan Oceanic cat-eye sunglasses

Demeter Fragrance Library (from $6): Let the sweet and sentimental scents of the season linger on your skin with Demeter's new holiday fragrances.  The scents -- made with 95% natural ingredients including alcohol naturally fermented from corn and no artificial colors -- include Gingerbread, Cranberry, Egg Nog, Snow, Christmas Tree, Fireplace and Mulled Cider. Available online in splashes, sprays and roll-ons.

Swipes Lovin' Wipes Towelettes ($4.99): These discreet, all-natural wipes are made with pure water, aloe and Vitamin E.  The unscented, flushable wipes are perfect for using after a gym work-out or anytime you need a quick freshen up.  Available on drugstore.com.

LypSyl LypMoisturizer ($2.99): My fave lip moisturizer is made with pure Swedish beeswax and other natural ingredients and comes in Original and Honeyberry.

Pick up a tube in a handy push-up applicator for yourself and your BFFs at a major drugstore near you.

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