15.6.12

Father's Day gift ideas

If you're someone who goes hunting for Father's Day presents on the last minute and haven't still bought yours, here are some fun and funky options for the 'cool' dad's out there.

I love the bath & body range by Manatomicals. Not only do they look uber funky (which man doesn't like black and yellow?), they have some hilarious things written all over them which should be perfect for someone with a good sense of humour.

They are cheap and chirpy, easily accessible and do what they say on the tin. Plus, they'd look so fun on the bathroom shelf. That's all men want eh.





A similar brand named 'Groomed' also do great Male Grooming products and are available at Asda. If you feel it's too little a present, pop it into a goody bag with other things. Come on, Father's Day comes just once in a year.

The products here smell deliciously musky and lush for the price and are just as effective as high-end ones. The Post Shave Balm and Cream especially are great. 



You can't go wrong with Liz Earle's and Clinique's entire range of skin care dedicated to men, with sleek design and hassle-free products. These are on the pricier side however but men seriously won't ever purchase skin care for themselves so you'll do them the favour if you do. 


And if nothing works, a good fragrance is a no brainer and makes a perfect present. Now I have heard a tonne of people raving about Blue De Chanel and Chanel fragrances are always a hit so you can't go wrong with it.

I personally love Armani Code, Sexy 212 and CK Eternity. They're all equally amazing smelling. 




If you are looking for a present for someone extravagant however, Illamasqua Freak, the latest limited edition bottle will be just perfect. It is more concentrated compared to the original version and looks out of this world stunning. Yes it is unisex and after having smelt it, it clearly leans towards manly scents in my opinion.

1 comment:

lisa said...

Some really good ideas :) thanks for posting!

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