If you ended up only getting about 25% of the things you asked for this Christmas (and 100% of the things you didn't — gift certificates to Walmart are a cause for concern, not a present), that doesn't mean you have to give up your quest to obtain all the items you want. It's not your fault no-one took your alphabetized, color coordinated wish list into consideration.
One thing in particular that everyone probably royally screwed up on, re: buying you presents, is beauty related shit. Like, dad, is it really that embarrassing for you to walk into Sephora? I've managed to shop at Best Buy 7 years in a row for you, even after I learned that nothing good ever happens at a Best Buy. (Thanks, Serial!)
Here are the best beauty gifts that you were basically robbed of this year, and still need/should buy. Be greedy as fuck, you gentile American, you. That's what Christmas is all about.
Bobbi Brown is never not an acceptable gift. The black in this palette is sooooo opaque, it would make Taylor Momsen sob.
Anyone over 25 needs to start thinking about anti-aging skin care in strategic ways. A pulsating facial brush is a solid place to start.
Honestly, it's so rude that you didn't get this.
How could you not be thankful and feel blessed to receive luxurious hair care from the people you love/mostly hate?
Knowing that you've been binge-watching "How To Make a Murderer", these creepy sheet masks should have been a present shoo-in. Apparently your friends and family can't take a hint.
Is a $300 hair dryer worth it? Can you put a price on a perfect, highly fuckable blow-out? If no, then yes.
Takes the work out of applying foundation, which I fully, 10000000% support.