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Slay the Secret Santa Game with Her Campus Penn State

Participating in a group Secret Santa can be daunting. With finals just around the corner, finding that perfect gift is probably the last thing on your mind. Lucky for you, this holiday season, it doesn’t have to be hard! We’ve got five amazing gift ideas that will make you the BEST Secret Santa on campus!


Tired, puffy eyes are guaranteed during the last few weeks of class. With projects and exams at every turn, help your Secret Santa feel relaxed and revitalized by gifting them Alba Botanica’s Fast Fix for Puffy Eyes! With cooling green tea, cucumber and caffeine this product is a boost of energy in a tube!


Let’s be real, what girl isn’t obsessed with Tarte right now? They don’t test on animals and their products provide high-end quality for a reasonable price. You can’t go wrong with any of their products, but the Tarteist™ PRO Palette and their long-lasting Lights, Camera, Lashes™ mascara are certain to be your secret santa’s new faves (That is, if you don’t end up keeping them for yourself).


The weather this time of year is far from tropical, and our hands end up paying the price. Lucky for your Secret Santa, you knew just the product to save the day! Being’s yummy Salted Caramel & Macadamia hand cream will take their hands from rough to silky smooth in no time! Talk about a lifesaver!


Final projects and Christmas gifts are no stranger to college kids. Unfortunately, rough bus rides and less than observant roommates might end up in your Secret Santa frantically running around to repair their latest project. Thankfully, Krazy Glue was there to save the day and help them get an A!


Is your Secret Santa always at the gym? What better way to fuel her fitness addiction than with these cute #ActuallySheCan tanks? They were created in partnership with Le Motto, and are working to spread positivity throughout the fashion world! Less regret, more sweat is our latest mantra.

Happy Holidays, collegiettes!


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Allie Maniglia served as the Campus Correspondent for Her Campus at Penn State from 2017-2018. She majored in public relations with minors in international studies and communication arts and sciences. If she's not busy writing away, you can find her planning her next adventure (probably back to the U.K.), feeding an unhealthy addiction to HGTV or watching dog videos on YouTube.
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