24 TikTok-approved gifts to buy for literally everyone on your list
It’s kind of wild to think that TikTok was originally a dancing and lip-synching app for the youths way back when — especially now that it’s a treasure trove for everything viral. One of the best things about TikTok is the viralshopping recs. The FYP is basically like QVC but so much better — with endless amounts of holiday gifting inspiration.
From fashion and beauty products to home decor and random tech gadgets that you didn’t know you needed, there are so many TikTok-approved gifts out there for everyone on your list.
But the TikTok algorithm is famously strong, which means the TikTok gifts on your FYP may not be the perfect gift for your person. This is why we curated a very tight list of the best viral TikTok gifts to shop this year. (Bonus: A ton of these are super affordable and easily shoppable on Amazon.)
Pretty much everything from SKIMS has gone viral on TikTok, but nothing compares to the completely worth-it hype of the Cotton Rib Boxers. It comes in 11 different colors and is seriously comfiest piece of underwear out there.
This cute little kitchen gadget makes prepping food so easy for all the lazy girlies in your life. They can use it to quickly chop veggies for a salad or omelet, make their own salad dressing, pesto, chop garlic, literally anything. And all they need to do is press the top button.
Sambas officially came back in a big way this year thanks to TikTok — and we’re so grateful. The iconic adidas sneakers are cute, comfy and celebrity-approved. Whether or not they’re into new trends or just really need a good pair of sneakers, adidas Sambas are just the best.
Eye masks are such a good gift — but they're super wasteful. Enter the Dieux Forever Eye Mask. They'll love the self-pampering ritual of using this daily eye mask. It's also only $25, which is a great price for a gift.
These little Saucemoto dip clips are the ultimate life hack for anyone with a car. Just clip them onto the air vent, and you suddenly have a little holder for your sauces. Honestly, these are such a good white elephant gift.
Look, the Dyson Airwrap has been at the top of basically everyone's holiday wish list for a while now — and it's available in so many new fun colors now. The bougie (and worth it) hair tool comes with the famous curling barrels, round brush, soft smoothing brush and a hair dryer attachment.
Since it dropped, the moderately priced Shark FlexStyle has taken over everyone's FYP. Obviously, it's cheaper than the Dyson Airwrap. However, if your giftee is looking for more of a hair dryer than a styler, then the Shark FlexStyle is your girl. It also comes with a diffuser attachment for curls!
There are so many reasons to love the Lululemon Everywhere Belt Bag, even if you're not gifting it to a Hot Girl Walk™ enthusiast. It's water-repellent, has an adjustable strap and comes in so, so many colors.
The idea of a friendship lamp is simple: No matter where you are, you and your friend, loved one, relative, or whomever can stay connected with this set of interactive lamps. Just turn the light on, and it will immediately connect with the other lamp, no matter how far away it is.
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