Best 4 Holiday Gifts For Her Under $50

By Barbara Ann Kelley, CBSTampa.com

Having a hard time finding the perfect holiday gift for her? One that she will love but won’t set you back more than $50? We’ve got you covered. Here are our top 5 best holiday gifts for her that are under 50 bucks.

CandyShell Card for iPhone
CandyShell Card lets you stash up to three cards in the built-in rubberized slot. Slide in your cards to store them securely, and pop them out with the handy thumb release when you need them. Fits iPhone 4S and 4

$39.95  http://www.speckproducts.com

3-Piece Makeup set from Sephora

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(Photo credit: http://www.sephora.com)

A limited-edition set featuring signature NARS shade Super Orgasm.

NARS delivers the iconic, gold-flecked joy of Super Orgasm with the Yorokobi (“song of joy”) Super Orgasm set. The collection features the in-demand, pink-peach shade, which delivers a radiant, exuberant glow to cheeks, nails, and lips.

$39.00   http://www.sephora.com

Victoria’s Secret PJ’s

The Dreamer Flannel Pajama.

Imported cotton. Comes with pink slippers with matching bow. 24 different patterns and colors. Sizes: XS-XL.

On Sale: $39.50 http://www.victoriassecret.com

Victoria’s Secret Gift Bag and Scents
Victoria’s Secret Bombshell

Body Mist

Body Lotion
Body Wash
Sliver Clutch Purse

$35.00   http://www.victoriassecret.com

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