Sometimes, you've just got to treat yourself... but all of the time, you're on a budget that doesn't leave a lot of room to go all out. But no worries: not every luxury has to be spendy. Here are a few little luxuries you can splurge on without breaking the bank.
1 Tony Moly Tea Tree Face Mask
Take 20 minutes to pamper yourself with a tea tree mask that with soothe your skin and also your tired, cynical-but-still-romantic soul.
2 Complimentary Pencils
If you're having a bad day, these mint-green pencils can help cheer you up by reminding you who (and what) you are: magical, darling.
3 Carry on Cocktail Kit
This is by far the priciest goodie on the list, but it's worth the splurge so the next time you fly, you'll feel fancy AF even if you're sitting in coach.
4 Cinnamon Stick Body Wash
It's not pumpkin spice (see below) but it's even better for fall, and it's so indulgent (though the price tag doesn't say so). Use this stuff as shampoo, body wash, and/or shower gel and smell divine all day long.
5 Ciaté Mini Paint Pot in Goal Digger
Want a pretty rose-gold shimmer mani, without the price tag? Treat yourself to a quick varnish in a gorgeous on-trend color for less than $10.
6 Sexy Black Bralette
I love how fierce I feel when I'm wearing gorgeous lingerie, but I also want binge-watching-Netflix comfort, and this bralette offers the best of both worlds. Plus, it's totes budget-friendly. Win!
7 Fox Mug
Have you seen the new Little Prince movie? No? Then you must, and while watching it, you must drink cocoa (with marshmallows) out of this mug. Netflix, quickly!
8 Pumpkin Spice Candle
You've had a pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin spice crispy treats, and a spoonful of actual pumpkin spice, that's how much you love this fall favorite. Why not enjoy the scent, too? Can't have candles in your dorm? No worries, they sell the little melties too.
9 Rosebud Perfume Co. Rose & Mandarin Lip Balm
This stuff smells so good, you'll wish you could use it as a perfume, and really, there's no reason you can't. Dab a little on your lips, then why not your pulse points, too?
What other small (and inexpensive) luxuries can you recommend?
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