It’s hard to make holiday gifts personal — especially when you’re in a rush to find the perfect item for everyone on your list. Sure, there are plenty of awesome, unique gifts to find for the foodie, the color fanatic and the beauty junkie in your life, but another way to take your gifting to the next level (without depleting your bank account) is to add a personal message, fun saying or monogram to the makeup products you’re gifting (or coveting for yourself).
Ahead, discover five brands that offer custom engraving on some of their most popular products this holiday season — featuring everything from lipstick and mascara to makeup brushes and eyeshadow palettes. There’s still time to order and receive the gifts in time — but you’d better move now.
Urban Decay Naked Palette
Urban Decay offers complimentary engraving on the original Naked palette, as well as Naked2 and Naked3. If you’re going to gift one of the brand’s most popular palettes (even if it’s for yourself), you might as well get it customized for free to make it extra special.
Perfume already deserves an esteemed spot on your vanity — add personal engraving to make it even more fun to show off. You can currently add complimentary engraving to any size Emporio Armani Because It's Eau perfume on the brand’s website.
Monsieur Big Mascara is the brand’s newest mascara that the Internet is raving about. It’s not every day that one would think to customize a tube of mascara, but why not?
NYX Professional Makeup Brushes
For just $2, you can add personal engraving to NYX Professional Makeup makeup brushes. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your own makeup brush collection and monogram the bunch or gift them to your makeup-loving friends, it’s safe to say that you’ll never want to buy brushes that aren’t personalized every again.
About the Author:Marisa is an assistant beauty editor at Makeup.com where she's responsible for creating content that inspires, informs and influences readers. She's obsessed with trying new beauty products, hoards a crazy amount of lipstick and her second love (besides makeup) is food. Her work has also appeared in Domino Magazine, StyleCaster, Guest of a Guest and Jeannine Morris Media.