L’Oreal Top 5 gifts for yourself
You’ve bought presents for your family, friends, work Secret Santa and you’re all done now. But what about buying yourself a little something special?
You deserve a few presents after a long year working hard and well, just because you can. JOE has lined up the top 5 things you should and could buy for yourself.
Happy Christmas to you, from you.
L’Oreal The Morning After Kit
Let’s face it you have a lot of drinking, eating and partying ahead of you this festive week, or you may have already started. What better to buy yourself than a morning after kit, stuff that will make you look better, even if you feel you got run over by the Guinness truck last night.
The kit includes: L’Oreal Men Expert Hydra Energetic X-Treme Black Charcoal Face Wash (for a washing the crustiness off from the night before) and L’Oreal Men Expert Hydra Energetic X-Treme Turbo Booster Moisturiser (for when you need to look alive, facially).
Retails at €17.20
Okay, even if you have an ipad and an iphone, you need the ipad mini, because it’s new, shiny and probably has exciting new apps or programmes. You want it, it’s that simple.
Retails at €339 for 16GB WiFi model to €669 for a 64GB WiFi and 3G model.
Tickets to a concert/ sports game
Treat yourself to the concert or sports game tickets you really want. Nobody else will get them for you, so get them for yourself.
Retails at €20 – 240 depending if it’s a gig in the Olympia or a weekend at Electric Picnic.
Loreal Men Expert Sport Kit
For the preparation before the game… even if the game is just lasting a family Christmas dinner at your mammy’s. This set includes Anti fatigue moisturiser (so you don’t look tired even if you are tired of your Uncle Bob’s jokes) and fresh extreme deodorant 48hours (to keep you sweat free, even as your mammy grills you on why you haven’t settled down with a nice girl yet).
Retails at €15.50
Football Manager 2013
The latest version of your favourite tactics game. Hours can be lost in quality time with you and your team. And it’s a good way to distress after a Christmas row, which is inevitable.
Retails at €30 – 35