Gift Ideas for Nail Polish Lovers Under £10

Gift Ideas for Nail Polish Lovers Under £10
I hope I’m not too late to the scene with this gift guide but I know a fair few people that still need to finish their Christmas shopping so I hope that this post will still come in use for some of you. Even if you have brought all of your Christmas presents, a lot of these would also work as Birthday presents too.

At the tree present end of the spectrum I suggest the Tanya Burr Sugar Plum Nail Polish and Nail Art Set (£5.00), especially if you’re buying for a blogger friend or a teen. The Ciate Mini Mani Paint Pots Tree Trinkets (£6.99) also make lovely tree presents as the set comes with 6 festive glittery shades in individual baubles that can either be gifted seperately or all together as a set.

The Mavala A Cracking Duo Set (£8.10) would make such a lovely stocking filler and there are a few different colour options to choose from – how lovely is the packaging?

TK Maxx always have some amazing nail polish bargains, and I’ve recently been finding some great little sets that would make wonderful gifts such as the Orly In The Mix Set (£8.00), Ciate Two Pack (£7.99) and OPI All Stars Mini Set (£9.99).

If you’re after a slightly more substantial set, perhaps for those nail polish lovers that like to dabble in a spot of nail art then the Leighton Denny Nail Wonderland Pink and Reds Collection (£8.50) would make a great gift as it includes 5 mini bottles of polish, a nail art dotting and brush tool, 2 nail art sponges and a handy booklet with inspiration for nail art designs.

An idea for the adventerous nail polish lovers is the SEVENTEEN Endless Effects Nail Kit (£8.99). The kit contains a metallic silver base coat and 4 vibrant colours. The vibrant colours can be swiped over the base to create different patterns. The kit also contains a guide and a nail wheel for practising different designs.

Will you be buying any nail polish sets for your loved ones? Will any of these sets be going on your Christmas Wishlist?
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