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2016 Valentine's Day Gift Ideas


You've got a few days left until Valentine's Day and you're in need of ideas. You've come to the right place! Well, we've curated a few products that make for great gifts ranging from $19 - $50.  Check 'em out below:

The Charm Opener By Caterina Jewelry $25
Thanks to this 2.5 inch jewelry tool, you can say goodbye to chipped fingernails (and frustration) when switching out charms from your bracelets. Compatible with many brands including Pandora, Persona and Chamilia, to name a few, this product costs $25 and is the only clasp that easily opens your bracelet while on the wrist.  



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Pixel Panties $19
There's no such thing as too much underwear. New to the lingerie scene is Pixel Panties, which hails from Europe. The brand makes video games a fashion statement with it's computer graphic pixelated lingerie.

With it's initial launch of panties, each pair in the collection is laser cut from finely wrap and circular-knitted European fabrication of superior comfort and manufactured with exceptional care in Portugal.




Take a peek at the come-hiter label's instagram:
https://www..instagram.com/pixel_panties/


1 Voice Bluetooth Sleep Headphones $50


If the best gift to your Valentine is relaxation, then the 1 Voice Bluetooth Sleep Headphones is just what you need! Block out bright lights and distracting sounds. The cozy velvet eye mask is made of memory foam for optimal comfort. With built-in headphones, soft soothing music from any smartphone or MP3 player can ease you off to a gentle slumber. The sound disks even have an extra layer of memory foam built in so you'll never feel them, even if you're sleeping on your side. 1 Voice Sleep Headphones are compatible with any phone or MP3 player and they don't need a battery. The eye mask comes in grey, blue, pink and black. It has an adjustable Velcro clasp so one size fits all and it's machine-washable.

For more info, check out:
http://www.1voicenyc.com/1-voice-sleep-headphones/



About the Editor

Formerly an editor at Demand Media, writer at Citysearch, The Examiner and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Buena decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of DisarrayMAG. 

When she's not running Disarray, she's consulting for Tigerlily Consultants, helping businesses with their content marketing and social media strategies. 

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