EID GIFT GUIDE: 13 IDEAS FOR HER


Hello everyone :) I hope you all had a great Eid celebrating with family and loved ones. Today I've brought to you an Eid gift guide that you can most certainly use to buy that special lady something- Wife, Mum, Mother-in-law, friend, colleague or sister. I know Eid is over, but this can either be used for belated presents, or you also have Eid-al-Adha coming up in 2 months time :) Alternatively, some of the presents can also be used as ideas for birthdays :)  

All the links will be posted at the bottom of this blog post. 

*This is purely my research. I have no affiliations with the brands chosen. This is not a paid sponsorship.

Sweet talk her on this special day with a pistachio, rose or mango flavoured indian sweet :) This is a great gift for a mother-in-law or mum, as it is a traditional Indian delicacy. The gold foil print and crown logo gives the gift a strong regal feel; just what you need for any Queen. 


Ro's Argan

Have you got a beauty and skincare lover among you? Then look no further. Treat her to this goodie from Lush, and watch her face light up with delight! Ideal for a Sister who's in need of some pampering. 



This is the perfect present if you have a globe-trotter in the family. Maybe sister's moving to uni? Why not gift this to her so she can decorate her student digs and post some pretty Polaroids on the map from her travels. 


4. Riviera Escape Yankee Candle


Riviera Escape
A little token of appreciation for someone who would like to relax. Yep. I think Mum deserves this one after all the hard work preparing for Eid. Not only will it make the house smell gorgeous just in time for Eid and your guests, it can also be used as part of her pamper routine :) 


Want to earn some brownie points with your habibti? (And not sure which colours she likes?) This is sure to make her blush with happiness. The neutral colours, which suit all skin tones come in a range of matte and sparkly, allowing her to use this one palette for a day and night look. This cute box easily fits into a clutch bag, so she can carry it with her wherever she goes. 

6. Reclaim Your Heart  by Yasmin Mogahed 

 

This self-help spiritual book by the famous American public speaker would make for an apt gift for someone really special. For someone who likes to delve deep into the world of fate, destiny and taqdeer. Offering both secular and religious pearls of wisdom, Mogahed's work is a must for anyone who is need of some guidance or comfort :)

Image of Hello Darling

It goes without saying that this gem is perfect for a female friend, sister or to a wife. Its sassy quote will make her laugh, whilst its modern simplistic look will slot really well into a trendy home. 



This is my favourite idea from the entire list! Let me tell you know. Whenever you go to shops, you can always find 'Mrs Right' or 'Hello Beautiful.' This merges both ideas together and targets it completely at the Muslim consumer highlighted by the use of 'Salaam'. Finally! I know this is another mug idea, but you also get the moist biscuits and hot chocolate spoons as an additional. Are you complaining? I'm not. Treat a sister, wife or female friend to this brill hamper. 
This is another candle idea, but what makes this one different is that the exterior can be doubled up as an ornament when you close it. Also, when the candle has burned out, I would scoop all the wax out, and use the Apple as a pot for my pins and grip pins. This would be a lovely gesture to Mum or Mother-in-law because of its 'home' purpose. 

13. Mango Treats

If you'd like to offer a little token instead of something more grand, The Body Shop have you covered (with shower gel and body lotion.) The treat cube is a cute little gift which shows you have thought about them, without breaking your bank at just £8 a go. You can also treat a friend or colleague to this in Coconut, Shea, Strawberry, British Rose, Japanese Cherry Blossom and Almond Milk and Honey! 

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