5 Under-$35 Beauty Stocking Stuffers I Can't Live Without

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'Tis the season, right? Well, not really -- but the retail industry says it is, so I am jumping on board. There are five things I want in my stocking every year -- and I am sharing them with you. Why? Because they are affordable beauty necessities, well in my world anyway, and perhaps in yours in the future.

Christmas Stockings
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1. Bare Minerals All Over Face Powder, Color Warmth, 0.05 Ounce


I don't wear much makeup, but when I do, I like to have a light foundation that evens out my skin color. I love this product for three simple reasons: It's lightweight, it feels clean, and it can usually be found for under $20. What other reasons do you need?

2. Anew Ultimate 7S Eye System


This is one product I absolutely swear by. I use this every day and my eyes look fabulous! They really do! I have strayed and tried other products, but I always come back to this. Now I'll never leave; it's not worth it. This product does not dry my skin, it has a light smell, and -- best of all -- you will notice the difference within days. This is the priciest thing on my list, but at $32, it's worth every penny!

3. Foot Works Intensive Callus Cream


Yes, another Avon product -- it's the only thing I put on my feet. Softer than a baby's butt? You bet! Put this on your feet every other night, two times per week, whatever -- you will notice a significant difference. It softens my feet like crazy, and no, I don't have calluses. I just love it because my feet feel great. I like to rub it on, slip on some socks and let it work its magic three times a week, personally. The price? Less than $5!

4. John Frieda Frizz-Ease


Curly or frizzy hair? Look no further! Tried and true and under $10, John Frieda Frizz-Ease is the product for me, no matter the season. While controlling frizz, it does not weigh my hair down or make it feel greasy. You can pick this up just about anywhere; grab it today.

5. Conair Gel Grips Thermal Brush


Last, but certainly not least, a new brush. I beat on my brushes throughout the year, so I always appreciate a new one. Conair has a great brush for under $10, with a soft handle and flexible bristles. The price is right!

What stocking stuffers do you love for under $35?

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