Advanced search

Whether you’re a beauty novice or a confirmed fashionista, this topic is for consulting Mumsnetters on all things style-related. Plus, check out our Swears By page for the inside track on the next Mumsnet must-have.

gift ideas for nearly 30 yummy mummy

(9 Posts)
clappyhands Thu 08-Sep-11 00:58:02

i had thought of this

have no idea what is trendy - want to spend about £50

please help grin

iWILLdothis Thu 08-Sep-11 10:48:46

I'd go for a spa voucher.

clappyhands Sat 10-Sep-11 14:01:02

hoping someone can help?

spa voucher wouldn't work. She is a SAHM with a DP who travels a lot and she would have no way of getting to use it without a lot of inconvenience - i want to avoid this

any suggestions?

please grin

thanking you in advance

warmandwooly Sat 10-Sep-11 15:32:11

What about looking at Space NK and getting some nice luxury smellies

whoneedssleepanyway Sat 10-Sep-11 15:34:06

i would go with jewellery...does she have pierced ears?

animula Sat 10-Sep-11 15:49:43

The LG purse is cute - though I think I prefer the lipstick/bags/shop ones. But that's just me. LG is good because she's not obvious and not exorbitant. Her make up cases certainly used to be good value (I have one, and bought one for a sister many moons ago) - they used to have small detachable mirrors in a little pocket and were a v. good, handbaggable size. In short, I like LG things and think it's a good gift choice.

Smellies are a good present. People rarely buy the more extravagant things themselves which makes them a lovely, everyday-in-a-special-way thing. Ren rose otto bath oil is great.

But personally I would be very happy with your purse!

Jannerwerks Sat 10-Sep-11 20:15:08

Hi , have you thought about the hand made route? I can make a zipper purse for your friend in her favourite colours. I run my own online textile crafts business and would be happy to help. Take a look at these for a taster:

kmarie2011 Sun 11-Sep-11 10:38:22

Mary Kay has a wonderful Microdermabrasion Set that is gentle but effective and feels so lovely! There are two parts to it: Step 1- Refine and Step 2- Replenish. Step 1 is like a creamy sand that exfoliates and Step 2 is a vitamin-rich formula that replenishes the skin and leaves it feeling so soft! It's only £50 and lasts for several applications, a few months worth if you use it every 3 days or so. (whereas one session at the spa might cost £55 and may irritate the skin) It instantly makes the skin look brighter and reduces the appearance of scars and wrinkles, all the benefits of the microdermabrasion that you would get in a spa but not as harsh or expensive! I seriously LOVE this product.

Send me an email at if you are interested and I will give you more details, I just became an Independent Beauty Consultant so I can get my hands on this set any time I like (yes I like it that much) and make it available to other people, too! I've got one coming to me in the mail in the next few days, as a matter of fact! I can ship it anywhere!

Check it out:

kmarie2011 Sun 11-Sep-11 10:43:04

Just thought I would add that that message was not spam, I was responding to your comment that she wouldn't be able to get out of the house to use a spa voucher! I've got the same issue here so I pamper myself at home when the baby is napping smile

Hope it gave you a bright idea. BTW Mary Kay has lots of other wonderful products too, all with a 100% satisfaction guarantee if you don't like them.

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: