The Goods: Holiday Gift Guide


The geometric patterns of the Julia Kays frustum strap messenger bag can go casual or formal. ($199.99; juliakays.com)

Gifts for Him

Build balance and agility to improve sports performance with the Whirly Board. ($119; whirly-board.com)

Give the special man in your life men’s leather belt with Monogram from Todder. ($99; thegrommet.com)

The DNA 15 Bag from Tenba comes in multiple colors and protects computer gear, cameras and lenses. ($169.95; tenba.com)

The Minimalist passport wallet from Dash offers RFID protection for four cards. ($22.95; thegrommet.com)


Gifts for Her

Holiday look: Makeup sets are the perfect gift for women who love a bit of pampering. Bite Beauty’s Champagne Discovery Lip Set includes a lip pencil, multistick for eyes, lips and cheeks, and lip gloss. ($35; sephora.com) Kiss Mix Cracker from Eve Lom comes with two lip treatments: Kiss Mix with Chinese menthol and Kiss Mix Colour with shea butter. ($35; sephora.com) The rich bordeaux red of Yvonne by Zoya Nail Polish is perfect for the holidays. ($10; zoya.com)

Made of ceramic, the rose gold straightening brush from FoxyBae uses negative ions to straighten. ($149.95; foxybae.com)

The Syra casual sneaker from Vionic puts a pep in your step. ($129.95; vionicshoes.com)

Gucci Bamboo has notes of sandalwood and amber. (2.5 ounces for $77.99; fragrance.com) The dark Clinique’s Aromatics in Black features myrrh and exotic florals. (3.4 ounces for $68.99; fragrance.com)

Deep Cleaning: Sometimes, a regular cleanser and washcloth just doesn’t cut it. The spinning brushes of the Aura Clean Orbital Facial Brush System lift away makeup, dirt, oil and other impurities from the skin. The spinning action also enhances microcirculation while polishing skin. The system comes with a base station, which washes, dries and charges the waterproof brush handle. ($129; taoclean.com)


Gadgets for Her

The Mia aroma diffuser releases essential oils. ($39.99; stadlerformusa.com)

Stream audio wirelessly with Jam Rhythm. ($99.99; jamaudio.com; amazon.com)

The Fader drone from Trndlabs has a camera. ($129; trndlabs.com)

Add style to your phone with the Strada folio case for Galaxy S8.($49.95; otterbox.com)

The Abu Garcia Revo X Low profile combo sets a new fishing standard. ($149.95; abugarcia.com)

The Atoms garage door opener is compatable with Amazon Echo. ($199.99; skylinkhome.com)


Toys and More

Keep giving with Bookroo monthly subscription box. ($15.99 for one year; bookroo.com)

The Kurio watch 2.0 is loaded with apps ($59.99; amazon.com; toysrus.com)

Repeat the animal sounds Copy Coco makes to win. ($19.99; toysrus.com)

Give sweet dreams with this Balloon Dog Nightlight ($25; uncommongoods.com)

Add some fun to dinner with this Construction Plate and Utensils set. ($14.95-17.50; uncommongoods.com)

Brik Tile makes any wall a play area. ($79.99; brik.co)


For the Home

Wine Cork Candles from Uncommon Goods turn empty wine bottles to chic candles. ($20; uncommongoods.com)

Make cooking fun with the Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ (above), which works as a slow cooker, steamer, baking oven and more. ($149; ninjakitchen.com) The Shaker 33 (right) makes perfect cocktails. ($39.95; savinowine.com). DrinkMate (left) carbonates fruit juice, tea and more. ($82; idrinkproducts.com)

Artisan boxes from Globe In support workers from around the world. The Chef Box includes a handmade mortar and pestle from Indonesia and a palm leaf napkin basket from Mexico. ($60; globein.com)

Silverware from Knork features a sleek design. (Five-piece Black Titanium set, $69.99; knork.net)

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