Contrary to what you may think, the best headbands aren’t just the kind Blair Waldorf would have approved of. The hair accessories are no longer solely a symbol of preppy dressing and queen-bee-ruled adolescence—you can find them everywhere and on anyone. From runways to pixelated Zoom calls, city streets, and the heads of royals like Kate Middleton, the accessory adds instant finesse to any kind of look (WFH outfits included).
Apart from being style statements, headbands are an easy way to turn even the worst of hair days into really-not-so-bad ones. Whether your hair just isn’t cooperating or you woke up five minutes before your morning meeting, simply throw one on and watch the compliments roll in.
From knotted and padded styles to jewel-encrusted toppers, there’s a headband for every mood or outfit. To help you narrow it all down, we rounded up 33 of the best headbands to shop right now. Fair warning: With some of them coming in at as little as $6, you may be hard-pressed to buy just one.
1. Everyday Headband
This budget-friendly headband is available in 18 solid shades. It has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon, and reviewers praise it for being soft, comfortable, extremely well made, and (of course) regal.
2. Padded Velvet Headband
Gorgeous Black Soft Velvet Flock Deeply Padded Headband
Need a no-fail headband for everyday wear? You can’t go wrong with a simple black padded one.
3. Jeweled Headband
Deeply Padded Black Flock Velvet Headband
This Etsy headband is a permanent best-seller, and as close as you can get to wearing a crown. Up close, the jewels look like petite pearl flowers, and the thickness of the black velvet makes it looks modern, not stuffy.
4. Lauren Knotted Headband
Anthropologie Knotted Headband
Get endless mileage out of this classic knotted headband. (Psst: It comes in nearly every color of the rainbow if gold isn’t your first choice.)
5. Leather Headband
Jennifer Behr Cruz Leather Headband
A leather headband is a versatile piece you can wear to brunch or date night, and the deep caramel would pair well with a dusty pink silk face mask.
6. Embellished Headband
Dark Bottle Green Flock Velvet Headband
This statement headband will pop against any hair color (lookin’ at you, peach blondies).
7. Festive Beaded Headband
Ganni Black Padded Headband
Polka dot isn’t normally a wear-everyday pattern, but when it comes in the form of this Ganni headband, we’ll make an exception.
8. Gold Braided Headband
Loeffler Randall Pleated Headband
9. Ruched Headband
For a texture that isn’t braiding, go for a ruched headband. This one is available in mustard, black, and pink—and we’d like all three, please.
10. Prada Silk Satin Headband
Prada Silk Headband
Not many headbands would be deemed heirlooms—except maybe the Prada piece that kicked off the padded-headband trend. Grab it in the iconic pink, or opt for green, red, or black.
11. Black Studded Headband
Black Soft Velvet Flock Plush Padded Halo Headband With Silver Studs
Headbands don’t always have to be dainty.
12. Textured Headband
Lelet NY Textured-Leather Headband
When your hair’s feeling flat, opt for this layered leather headband for instant intrigue.
13. Studded Denim Headband
Lele Sadoughi Denim Imitation Pearl & Crystal Oversized Headband
Yep, you’re seeing pearls, crystals, and denim on one headband. Throw it back to the ’80s with this more-is-more accessory.
14. Linen Headband
Lelet NY Headband
Of course, if you’re not into denim, try a linen headband that’ll go with your best cottagecore ensembles.
15. Thin Satin Headband
Thin Satin Headband Duo
The ’90s are back too, and this headband will go with your ditziest of dresses. (FYI, it comes in a two-pack.)
16. Pearl Headband
Anna Pearl Headband
The tiny pearl trend is here to stay, and this subtle headband is an ideal way to jump aboard.
But if you’re not afraid to dive in, go for this pearl-all-over piece from Lele Sadoughi.
18. Silk Headband
Silk Knot Headband
This topknot headband designed by Slip (not coincidentally, a go-to for silk pillowcases and silk scrunchies), and the soft material should alleviate the dreaded hair dent that some stiff headband styles can leave behind.
19. Delicate Gold Headband Trio
Anthropologie Headband Set
You can wear these delicate, tiara-inspired headbands in so many ways: as a trio, a duo, or a single—or paired in front of a thick padded headband. The limit does not exist.
20. Tortoiseshell Headband
Loeffler Randall Rhona Headband Set
Banish flyaways with these playful resin headbands.
21. Tie-Dye Headband
Goldie Tie-Back Headband
Add instant nuance to your look with this retro-inspired headband. Yes, even your most lived-in matching sweatsuit.
22. Pleated Headscarf
& Other Stories Color-Block Swirl Pleated Scarf
Of course, you could always DIY your own out of your favorite silk scarf.
& Other Stories
23. Topknot Headband
Jennifer Behr Rosamund Headband
Make a statement with Jennifer Behr’s luxe white headband, which has an oversized topknot inspired by the shape of a rose.
24. Lilac Domed Headband
Lilac Satin Deeply Padded Domed Headband
Lilac and extra padded? This super-thick headband will literally take you to new heights.
25. Rhinestone Headband
Rhinestone Velvet Padded Headband
This headband will steal the show no matter what you have on. If rows of rhinestones aren’t your jam, it’s also available in gold, rose gold, multicolored rainbow, and a (subtler) black option.
26. Bejeweled Gingham Headband
Gingham Beaded Headband
This striking headband is made to order by Autumn Adeigbo. Her bespoke headbands are truly one-of-a-kind and worth every penny.
27. Gingham Headband
Garden Gingham Knotted Silk Headband
A headband that’s basically straight out of the Gossip Girl costume department.
28. Baby Blue Headband
Eugenia Kim Halle Headband
Another one for you Upper East Siders: This simple, sweet headband is made with a tweed blend that provides a preppy touch to any ensemble.
29. Subtle Pearl Headband
Deeply Padded Headband With Scattered Faux-Pearl Design
This padded velvet headband has the perfect amount of pearls: enough to stand out, but not so many that it’s overwhelming.
30. Bow Headband
Bianca Bow Headband
We’re pretty sure this grown-up bow headband would be Emily in Paris–approved.
31. Swarovski Headband
Jewelled Magenta Purple Velvet Headband With Swarovski Crystal
This dreamy deep purple headband is accented with a constellation-like set of crystals.
32. Black Knot Headband
Black Knot Headband
33. Spa Day Headband
Spa Day Headband
In case you forgot, headbands are actually very practical accessories. This bunny-eared cloth headband will be the new MVP of your beauty routine.
Billie Eilish has discovered 2020’s version of the “The Dress.” You, of course, remember that 2015 moment when everyone in the world seemed to have an opinion on whether a specific dress was blue and black or white and gold. (For the record: I will die on the blue and black hill.)
Eilish was doing a Q&A with fans on her Instagram Stories when someone asked for her opinion on “The Dress,” which she stated was actually blue and gold to her. She then pulled out a pair of Nike sneakers that presented their own sort of optical illusion. She said her father thought they were pink and white, which is also what they looked like to me. However, the singer said they are actually mint green and white. To be fair, they also kind of look mint and pink.
It’s a mystery!
“The whole internet is gaslighting me,” Eilish said playfully. “I don’t care what you think they look like, I care what they are.”
She then took the shoe in question and another pair outside in the sunlight for comparison’s sake—and…it seems like she was, indeed, right.
Obviously, people on social media had to weigh in. “Every time i look at billie eilish’s story those shoes are a different colour. HOW TF ARE THEY MINT AND WHITE AND NOT PINK AND WHITE!? IM GOING CRAZY. HELP,” one person tweeted. “Billie Eilish yelling at her followers for saying her shoes were pink and white is the only celebrity drama I want to see in my life EVER again,” another wrote.
Whatever the case, Eilish’s shoes are very cute. Looks like people will just have to agree to disagree on this one, like they did with that damn dress. (But again, for the record, let me just say it was blue and black!)
The most effective medical therapies for hot flushes are estrogen, some antidepressants, and some anti-seizure medications. As a doctor, I knew—despite all the claims on social media and various wellness sites—that diet, acupuncture, wearable magnets, and supplements were either ineffective or unproven. And on top of that, some of these so-called alternative therapies have risks. Especially supplements, which are unregulated and can sometimes contain hormones or antidepressants—medications that shouldn’t be taken without appropriate supervision.
I also practiced cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for hot flushes. There is good evidence to support its use here given the connection between hot flushes and anxiety; there are some shared connections in the nervous system that explain the overlap in symptoms, which may be why some medications that can treat anxiety can also improve hot flushes. Some might call that complementary or alternative medicine, but if it’s proven to be effective—which CBT is—then for me, it’s just medicine.
For many women—women like me—menopause isn’t just about the bothersome symptoms. I knew my family history put me at high risk for osteoporosis. My mother began developing fractures in her 50s. She was likely in menopause by her early 40s, but such was the cloak of shame at the time that I can only approximate her age based on what I remember about her seemingly constant yelling at my father for shutting the windows.
Like many women, my mother’s osteoporosis was ignored. When I suggested she get screened for osteoporosis she was told she didn’t need it. When I suggested she start hormone therapy treatment she was told she “didn’t want that”—and that was even before the public concern surrounding estrogen. As women age their health concerns are often ignored as women themselves are expected to fade away into oblivion. After a miserable final 10 years with fracture after fracture, she died at age 86 from osteoporosis, having spent much of those final years in pain and in hospitals.
Estrogen prevents the accelerated loss of bone mass characteristic of menopause, so I knew it was the right choice for me to treat my hot flushes and protect my bones. I opted for estradiol, which is the main type of estrogen made by the ovary before menopause. While all pharmaceutical grade MHT is low risk, transdermal estradiol is the safest option as it’s not associated with an increased risk of blood clots, so that’s what I chose. To protect my uterus, I chose an oral form of progesterone, as it is associated with the lowest risk of breast cancer (and even then, research shows the low risk seems to only start after several years of therapy).
Also popular are“bioidentical” or compounded hormones, but I would never recommend that approach or choose it for myself. “Bioidentical” is a quasi-medical term of varying definitions. These products aren’t one step away from ground up yams, they are synthesized in a multi-step process in a lab, as are most hormones in MHT. In other words, these terms are not medical, they are marketing and are misleading.
There are serious safety concerns with compounded hormones. They may contain more or less hormone than advertised and their absorption may be erratic, leading to increased risks of complications such as endometrial cancer. With an FDA approved prescription, I know exactly what I’m getting and how much is absorbed. There is a wide range of dosing and formulations available, so pharmaceutical MHT can be customized to suit each woman’s need. And no, I don’t take money from the pharmaceutical industry—I just demand precision in my medications as all women should. We deserve to know exactly what we’re putting in our bodies.
A woman’s decision to start hormones should be based on her symptoms and her risk of osteoporosis, but also her personal medical history. It’s important to consider a variety of risk factors and conditions that may be positively or negatively affected by MHT such as breast cancer, heart attack, stroke, type 2 diabetes, elevated triglycerides, blood clots and dementia.
George Clooney has played many iconic roles in his career: Doug Ross, Danny Ocean, Bruce Wayne/Batman, the list goes on and on. But can you imagine him as Noah Calhoun from The Notebook?
It’s hard to imagine anyone other than Ryan Gosling in the part at this point, but according to Clooney he almost had it, with Paul Newman starring as the older version of Noah instead of James Garner. The actor revealed this little tidbit during a virtual conversation for the 64th BFI London Film Festival where he was promoting his new Netflix movie, The Midnight Sky, which he directs and stars in.
“We [he and Newman] were going to do The Notebook together,” Clooney said, per Deadline. “Basically, I was going to play him as a young man, and it was funny. We met and said, ‘This is it. It’s going to be great.’” Apparently, he then went home and start binging Newman movies, which low-key freaked him out. “He’s one of the handsomest guys you’ve ever seen. We met up [again] and I said, ‘I can’t play you. I don’t look anything like you. This is insane,’” he said. “We just wanted to do it because we wanted to work together, [but] it ended up being not the right thing for us to do.”
Obviously, things worked out as they should, and The Notebook with Gosling, Rachel McAdams, Garner, and Gena Rowlands is a modern classic that will never not bring us to tears. But we’d kind of love to see what a version with George Clooney and Paul Newman would have looked like, too. The idea of it also has us wondering who might have been cast in the Allie role. Julia Roberts? Sandra Bullock? Diane Lane? Jen Aniston? Laura Dern? We have so many ideas.
Whoever it might have been, we’re positive one thing would remain the same: Noah + Allie 4EVER.
Small tattoos might be discreet and dainty, but these miniature works of art prove that size doesn’t matter when it comes to ink. Tiny tattoos have big meaning—and huge influence on your style. Take models Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin, for example, who got matching designs as a symbol of their friendship. Or Kylie Jenner, who has proved her affinity for minimalist tattoos with multiple (and counting) on her body already. Mandy Moore, meanwhile, got one in dedication of her mountain climb, and the Pretty Little Liars cast got group ink. So whether you’re debating getting ink of your own or just want to go down a rabbit hole of ideas for small tattoos, click on through for our favorite celebrity examples.
Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) and Justin Bieber recently celebrated their wedding anniversary…two of them, in fact. In September 2018, the couple was legally wed at a courthouse in New York and then a year later had their wedding in South Carolina.
Perhaps to mark the milestones, the model recently got some new, very meaningful ink. Celebrity tattoo artist Mr. K. posted some images of his latest work on Instagram, which includes the letter “J” on Bieber‘s left ring finger and the word “beleza” (“beauty” in Portuguese) on her neck. “J✨is for @justinbieber and beleza ‘beauty in Portuguese’,” he wrote. “It was PLEASURE for your trust on this meaningful piece @haileybieber 💚 ✨🙏🏻✨💚 #haileybieber#justinbieber#mrktattoo.”
We have to say, we love them both.
Over the weekend, Hailey Bieber accompanied her husband to Saturday Night Live where he was the musical guest, performing two of his new songs, “Holy” and “Lonely.” “Holy” is thought to be about J’s relationship with both his wife and God, with lyrics like “That the way you hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me / Feels so holy, holy, holy, holy, holy” and “Runnin’ to the altar like a track star / Can’t wait another second / ‘Cause the way you hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me feels so holy.”
“It was difficult for me to understand how to carry on a relationship like this, experienced under the eyes of all. But there comes a time when you have to embrace reality and admit who you are,” HB recently revealed about her relationship in an interview. “For a long time I couldn’t do it: I didn’t kiss him in public, I didn’t like the idea of people watching us at certain moments. But I realized that it is a battle that, in the long run, instead of protecting you, exhausts you. The fact is, we love each other. And there is really nothing to hide.”
Yolanda Hadid is one very happy grandmother these days.
The former Real Housewife of Beverly Hills is loving being an Oma to her daughter Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik‘s little girl, whose arrival was announced last month. She even shared a new photo of the her granddaughter in a new Instagram post, along with a very sweet note about how special she is. The family is still keeping baby Zigi’s name and face to themselves for the time being, but her hands are so cute.
“❤️ My heart is expending with so much love and joy for this little baby girl she is an angel sent to us from above…..,” Hadid wrote. “Thank you Mommy & Daddy for making me a Oma, I love every minute of it 🥰”
Yolanda Hadid has reportedly been living with Zigi since they welcomed their daughter. “She is their built-in nurse and they are so grateful to have her,” a source told E! News. She even babysat her granddaughter while the couple enjoyed their first “date night” since becoming parents. “Mom and Dad’s first date night,” G wrote on her Instagram Stories. “She’s in the other room with Oma, but miss her [so much] lol.”
The Hadid family and Malik have kept most of the details of their newest addition private, though both of the proud parents posted about their little girl when she was born. “Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world. So in love🥺💕,” G wrote.
“Our baby girl is here, healthy and beautiful🙏🏽❤️,” Malik said. “To try put into words how i am feeling right now would be an impossible task. The love I feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding. Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, and thankful for the life we will have together x”
Halloween is basically around the corner, and if you’re still looking for costume ideas, why not consider a classic: cat Halloween makeup.
There’s a reason the costume tops the charts year after year as one of the most popular Halloween makeup ideas. It’s simple on its own, but with so many variations to explore, you can easily turn this costume into a look that’s all your own. Even better, you likely already have most of the products needed to whip up some quick whiskers. We love a convenient transformation.
From basic renditions to costumes more fitting for Instagram, we’ve rounded up our favorite cat Halloween makeup ideas and tutorials to try this year. Grab your black eyeliner and let’s get started.
1. Classic Cat
Got 10 minutes to spare and some black liquid liner laying around? Great! You’ve got what you need for a classic black cat Halloween costume. There are plenty of variations on what you can do with your eye makeup—smoky eyes, cat eye liner—but it’s impossible to go wrong with black and gold as your palette. Add some black lipstick and a pair of cat ears and you’re done.
Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner
Pat McGrath Labs Eyedols Eye Shadow
CoverGirl Exhibitionist Lipstick Metallic
Merroyal Glitter Cat Ears Headband
2. Dreamy Cat
Soft lines and bold blush make for the dreamiest take on cat Halloween makeup you’ll ever see. A touch of white perfectly brightens up the look without being overpowering. Finish the look off with a pearl cat-ear headband to play up the prettiness.
Huda Beauty The New Nude Eyeshadow Palette
I audibly gasped when I saw the colors in this Huda Beauty eyeshadow palette. They’re deeply pigmented, with a rich—not childish—shimmer, and the reds and pinks look honest-to-God incredible on every skin tone. Give it to someone who appreciates a good smoky eye and you’ll be a hero.
If you want to play with color but still want to keep the amount of work you have to put in minimal, try a color-blocked look with bright pink accents. Add a few spots on your eyelids—or leopard-print cat ears—for a cute and playful twist.
Ofra Cosmetics Long Lasting Liquid Lipstick
NYX Epic Wear Semi Permanent Eye & Body Liquid Liner
Violet Voss Sakura Blossom Palette
Anna Belen Felina Leopard Print Cat Ears Headband
4. Lifelike Cat
With a face full of fur and electric green colored contacts, this cat costumes begs to be seen. Cop the look with some dramatic cat eye makeup, and use a soft pencil eyeliner to draw realistic hair-like strokes around your hair and jawlines.
Laura Mercier Flawless Fusion Ultra-Longwear Foundation
Tarte Shape Tape Glow Wand
Lancome Grandiose Bendable Liquid Eyeliner
Lancôme Drama Liqui-Pencil Longwear Eyeliner
5. Witchy Cat
Spend a lot of time on WitchTok? This is the black cat costume for you. Red and black play so well together—particularly if you use colored hairspray for a two-toned look. We also love how the blogger here softened the contrast between the two shades with an equally flattering light pink blush and eyeshadow.
Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Palette Volume 2
NYX Epic Wear Semi Permanent Eye & Body Liquid Liner
6. Sparkle Cat
Who said cats can’t sparkle? Just look at those bejeweled eyes. Try pairing your favorite iridescent glitter with a sharp black wing and thick pair of false eyelashes.
Blurred lipstick and fluffy lashes make for a delicate, fairytale cat look. The makeup here is cute enough to actually wear past Halloween.
Wet n Wild Photo Focus Eyeshadow Primer
Lancôme Cils Booster XL Vitamin Infused-Mascara Primer
If you’ve forever rolled your eyes at lash primer, let us insist you reconsider. Not only does it keep your favorite mascara from running and flaking, it makes your lashes look even fuller and thicker—especially Lancôme’s version.
8. Bright Fuchsia Cat
It’s showtime. Forget the black, fuchsia (with a dab of purple) is center-stage in this colorful look.
Make Up For Ever Pro Light Fusion Highlighter
Melt Cosmetics Lipstick
9. Wide Cat Eyes
Go literal with the phrase cat eye and overdraw your lower lash line to mimic the look of a bright-eyed kitten. This is one look where you’ll want to lay the white eyeliner or face paint on thick for maximum effect.
There’s always room for an ombré lip, let this Halloween cat makeup idea remind you. Grab your juiciest red lipstick and black liner to create this show stopping combo.
Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Foundation
Mac Viva Glam 2 Lipstick
11. Technicolor Cat
Got a little extra time on your hand? This Halloween costume is like Lisa Frank come to life. Tap into a fantastical world where rainbow kittens have the perfect cut-crease and futuristic highlights.
Pat McGrath Labs Mattetrance Lipstick
Pat McGrath Labs
Huda Beauty Mercury Retrograde Eyeshadow Palette
12. Cheshire Cat
Disney stans, this one is for you. Make like the Cheshire cat from Alice in Wonderland with vibrant purple face paint and a huge, toothy grin.
NYX Brights Ultimate Shadow Palette
NYX Worth The Hype Colored Mascara
13. Mod Cat
Did you know cats could smize? Draw a thick lash line a little further down from your bottom lid to create a runway-ready feline—with chiseled cheekbones and all.
IT Cosmetics Superhero No-Tug Gel Eyeliner
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion
14. Glam Cat
If Insta makeup is your thing, you’ll have no problem pulling off this absurdly glamorous take on cat Halloween makeup. Pair cut crease glittery gold eyes with a matching two-tone lip and a ton of highlighter.
Pat McGrath Labs Mega Mothership: Celestial Divinity Eyeshadow Palette
Fenty Beauty Full Frontal Volume, Lift & Curl Mascara
15. Space Jungle
And if a regular cat is too basic for you? That’s where this look comes in. Grab your face paints (blue, white, and black should do the trick) and let Heidi Klum know that you’re ready and willing to graciously accept an invite to her Halloween party. (Virtual, of course.)
NYX Professional Makeup SFX Face And Body Paint
NYX Professional Makeup Slide On Eye Pencil
Michella Oré is an editorial assistant at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram@michellaor.
Mark your calendars, everyone! Adele will make her Saturday Night Live hosting debut next Saturday, October 24 with music guest H.E.R.
Following NBC’s official announcement, the “Hello” hitmaker took to Instagram to share the news with her millions of followers. She began her post in typical Adele fashion, writing, “Bloooooody hellllll” alongside a photo of her and H.E.R.’s names on a post-it.
Adele explained how excited and “absolutely terrified” she is to host her first SNL episode. She wrote, “I’ve always wanted to do it as a stand alone moment, so that I could roll up my sleeves and fully throw myself into it, but the time has never been right.”
“But if there was ever a time for any of us to jump head first into the deep end with our eyes closed and hope for the best it’s 2020 right?” she continued. “It’ll be almost 12 years to the day that I first appeared on the show, during an election…which went on to break my career in America, so it feels full circle and I just couldn’t possibly say no!”
“I am besides myself that H.E.R will be the musical guest!! I love her SO much I can’t wait to melt into a flaming hot mess when she performs, then confuse myself while I laugh my arse off in between it all,” the 15-time Grammy winner concluded. “See you next week.”
It’s safe to say Twitter is “bloody” excited as well and some fans believe Adele’s SNL gig may be proof that she’s releasing a new album before Halloween.
The singer previously served as musical guest on SNL on October 18, 2008 and on November 21, 2015. Adele’s hosting debut will follow Chris Rock’s Season 46 premiere, followed by comedian Bill Burr, and Insecure star Issa Rae, who hosted October 17’s episode with musical guest Justin Bieber.
Halloween and Thanksgiving aren’t even here yet, but people people can’t get enough of these festive chocolate cocoa “bombs” that are the perfect snack to snuggle up to while watching your favorite holiday movie. They’re essentially edible bath bombs and not only do they look tasty, but they’re mesmerizing to watch because they literally dissolve in warm milk and then release hot cocoa mix, marshmallows, and other delicious goodies.
As you can see in one video, TikTok user @stephanieevaann—who compared the experience to ASMR—puts the bomb into mug, pours some hot milk over it until the chocolate begins to melt, and voilà…the perfect cup of cocoa! It’s seriously like magic.
Check out more videos below:
Some TikTok users are sharing how to make the hot cocoa bombs at home. According to Cathy Ortiz, cake decorator and entrepreneur from Florida, all you need are four ingredients to make a s’mores-flavored cocoa bomb (via Today):
First, you’ll need to melt the chocolate in a bowl before brushing a silicone mold with two coats of chocolate. Let it dry and then remove the hardened halves from their mold. You’ll then need to melt the edges of one side of the shell and put a tablespoon (or however much you want!) of s’mores hot cocoa mix inside and the mini marshmallows.
From there you’ll heat the rim of the second half and connect both halves together so it forms a sphere before sprinkling the graham crackers on top.
If you want to enjoy this sweet treat without the hassle of preparing it, they’re also available at Costco in flavors like milk chocolate, salted caramel, and s’mores. The best part? A box of 16 hot cocoa bombs are less than $20 and come wrapped in festive red, green, gold, and silver packaging.