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Holiday Gift Guide: Beauty, Jewelry and Fashion Picks Under $50

After a stressful election season, we can all find comfort in more than a little retail therapy. And getting a great deal makes shopping even more fun. So as you continue your Christmas and holiday gift picking, here are a few custom jewelry, beauty and fashion finds under $50.




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Nothing says holiday gift quite like an engraved or monogrammed piece of jewelry. That's why we love Brook & York custom rings and necklaces (from $46). The rings come in a variety of styles and are available in silver, gold and rose gold. Necklaces are also available in tortoise, blonde marble and black marble acrylic. All of Brook & York's beautifully crafted jewelry is born in the USA.




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Holiday hair, we do care. Available exclusively at Sephora, Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture’s Scent & Shine Oil Collection ($26 each), offers a trio of silicone-free and antioxidant-packed lightweight oils, each with a distinct, signature fragrance. Each product in the line provides different benefits geared toward your styling needs and texture of choice.

Choose from:
  • Brassica Seed Oil to smooth & silken heat styled hair
  • Coconut Oil to add shine and protect against humidity
  • Jamaican Black Castor Oil to hydrate extra dry hair and scalps.

Each oil will refresh styles in between full washes with their subtly scented formulas and give a conditioning and shine boost for dry, thirsty hair. Perfect for wet or dry styling, each oil can also be blended with other products for a personalized treatment that meets your specific hair needs. The line is cruelty-free, and contains no paraben, sulfates, phthalates, artificial colors or fragrance, mineral oil or alcohol.





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'Tis the season to sparkle. And girls of any age will just wanna have fun with a Hard Candy makeup gift set (from $9.88) that includes the Walmart exclusive brand's best lip glosses, eyeshadow palettes, blushes, makeup brushes, and more.






4. 

Women love shoes, and usually have a closetful. But most men will wear the same pair until there's a hole in the sole. Well, here's a game changer in the men's footwear marketplace. Every season, King & Stone presents subscribers with a highly-curated selection of on-trend designs to choose from. 

The company delivers four pairs of shoes per year (one pair per season) for a simple monthly subscription rate of $25. When the new season drops, all subscribers have to do is pick the style they want and their new shoes will be manufactured and shipped. Subscribers may skip a season or cancel at any time. The brand's mission is simple. "We make it easy and affordable for men to look great all year long without the hassle," says co-founder Shaun Rosenstein.

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