Sometimes stocking stuffers can be trickier to buy than actual gifts, but this season, we’ve got you covered. For any beauty buffs on your list, why not get a little cheeky and give out some funny nail polish hues that are a little ironic?
Tea & Crumpets
Any British BFFs on your list will love this nail polish nod to their homeland. Not to mention the color is fab, too. The subtle frosted pinky-beige is just a notch above neutral and ideal for everyday wear. Sport this eye-catching hue at the office or any time ($8).
In the Limelight
We all know someone who craves the spotlight and always seems to be the center of attention. For those friends, we recommend this luscious lime green ($7). The wild and wacky hue is perfect for those days a regular red or pink just won’t do.
For any friends on your gift list who fancy themselves wine snobs (as in they know everything about what everyone’s drinking and aren’t afraid to share it), then this rich burgundy-red with a fitting name is the ideal choice for their stocking ($5)
Do you have any friends or family members who like to shop (a little too much)? We suggest gifting them with this hot pink polish with a fitting name for any mall addict ($8). The creamy, violet tinged pink is sure to get noticed and makes a fun, flirty addition to any look.
For that friend who keeps their cards close to their chest (so you never know what she’s really thinking), there’s this aptly named nail polish in a pretty shade of creamy lavender ($18). The subtle sheen makes it a great choice for the holiday season, but the pastel-pretty shade is also ideal for warmer months.
I’m Not Really a Waitress
We love the idea of giving this bold magenta hue to anyone who is an actress-slash-waitress or anything-slash-waitress for that matter ($8). They’d need to have a good sense of humor, but if there’s no fear of insult, then this makes a funny, cute stocking stuffer, not to mention a fabulous nail color.
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