In-between meetings, your mom can learn a new skill virtually with the help of Masterclass. We particularly like the session taught by makeup artist Bobbi Brown, where she shares her expertise in step-by-step tutorials. Your mom will learn how to choose the right shade of foundation, do a smoky eye, and avoid common makeup mishaps. There are also myriad other options taught by well-known A-listers like Simone Biles, Shonda Rhimes, and more.
This is such a simple idea but makes for a striking yet useful piece of furniture. Don’t hide those blankets and throws away in an ottoman or cupboard when you’re not using them. Drape them over this blanket ladder, and keep them on show, and to hand when you need them. Beautifully rustic, and will be a talking point in your home when visitors come.
If your mom is fan of Allure editor-in-chief Michelle Lee, then she probably already knows about this pen-sized NuFace Fix Smoothing Device (it's one of Lee's favorite skin-care tools). The small, but mighty microcurrent gadget instantly targets the appearance of fine lines around the eyes, lips, and forehead, leaving skin feeling smoother and tightened after three minutes.
These washable lunch bags have a minimalist and stylish appearance, perfect for taking lunch to work. Mommy will comfortably pack her sandwiches, fruit, snacks, leftovers, and drinks. These bags are amongst the cutest Christmas gifts for mom. They feature washable linen on the outside and insulated linen and paper blend bags to keep her lunch cool on the inside.
If mom already owns and loves a weighted blanket, take it to the next level with a weighted robe, which wraps mom in a layer of comfort as soon as she steps out of the shower. We tried the Gravity Robe, made by the same company that makes our favorite weighted blanket. It only features a weighted collar that may help mom relax as she lounges around the house (so don’t worry—you’re not giving Mom a 50-pound robe she won’t be able to walk in).
We tested Hunt A Killer this summer, and the first thing I did after reading the review was buy a subscription for my mother. She is obsessed with true crime, and unsurprisingly, she’s now also obsessed with Hunt A Killer. The subscription box allows players to solve a crime, with monthly “episodes” that get the person closer to solving the crime every time. If your mother is just as obsessed with true crime as mine, she’ll be ecstatic to play detective for a few months.
Robes are classic mom gifts, but she’s never had a robe as incredible as the Brooklinen Waffle Robe before. Brooklinen is one of our favorite places to shop for home goods, from towels and sheets to loungewear and robes. We tested the waffle robe and found it to be one of the comfiest ones on the market, meaning mom can relax all day in a stylish, long-lasting, and extended length robe.
First of all you must go to a crafts store and pick a nice basket that your mom can use even after she has dismantled the gifts. There are several types of baskets available, such as collapsible and folding baskets. Choose the one that suits your mom the most; this may depend on the color or design of the basket. You may even choose a theme or design that resembles her interests.
Ask your mother about her childhood days. Let her speak her heart out and take a walk down the memory lane. This will help you know your mother more closely and this will also make her feel loved and special. You can ask your mother about her kindergarten friends, her teenage friends, her first crush, her first job, the day you were born, and any other thing that was really special in her life. You will see the face of your mother gleam as she tells you about all that has been close to her heart.
Think about what your mom likes best, her likes and dislikes. You can base your gift depending on this and make the day really special for her.
These adorable boots from Ugg are timeless, meaning you can buy them for Mom and stop stressing about getting her something that may go out of style in a few months. They’re cozy, fur-lined, and a warm addition to her wardrobe. These boots are especially great if your mom lives in a colder climate where she’ll have to trudge through ice or snow since they have great traction.
Can you imagine the look on your mother’s face when you tell her you got her a cooking lesson from Gordon Ramsay? You don’t have to imagine it if you get her a subscription to MasterClass, a service that offers online celebrity-taught courses on a variety of topics, from cooking to writing. Find mom’s passion (or favorite celebrity) and give her the gift of a lifetime of learning.
If your mom loves a good cocktail, but isn't the world's—or even your family's—best mixologist, treat her to these brilliant sugar cubes from Teaspressa, which are hand-infused with spiced cherry, bitters, and other concentrated ingredients. All she'll have to do is add a cube to a shot of booze, wait a minute or two, muddle it—and she'll have herself a delicious Moscow mule, refreshing mint julep, or the perfect old-fashioned.
If you wish to gift a book to your mom this mother’s day but are not sure about which one to give then here is a list of possible gifts that can delight her for sure:
Whether she sits at home and reads every night or attends a monthly book club with her ladies, getting mom an e-reader is a great way to ensure she can always keep her book-of-the-month handy. The Kindle Paperwhite is a great gift for the mom who wants to get an e-reader, but doesn’t want to give up her paperbacks quite yet—it’s specifically designed to look and read like a physical book (so she won’t get screen fatigue). Plus, it’s waterproof, so she can keep bringing her books to the pool, beach, or bath.
Sitting hunched over a laptop all day can be very hard on the body, especially if your mom's not getting any breaks to get up for a walk. If she is experiencing back pain as a result of working from home, a long bath at the end of the day may help. Drop in a few scoops of the Indie Lee I-Recover Body Soak into a warm bath and the product will literally start to melt away along with (dare we say) her troubles.