Jennifer Lopez stuns in makeup-free video, says she’s never had Botox as she launches beauty line

Jennifer Lopez is adding yet another title to her resume: beauty mogul.

The 51-year-old singer-dancer-actress-model announced on Wednesday night that she’s launching a beauty brand, simply called JLo Beauty.

To announce the venture, Lopez shared a video on social media, showing off her fresh, makeup-free face in order to plug a facemask.

“Oh my God, this is the best mask that I’ve ever, ever tried,” she gushed in the clip.


After “years” of being asked about her skincare routine, JLo said she felt “almost an obligation” to release products.

In the Instagram clip, it’s revealed that olive oil plays a big role in the line, as she feels it brings about a “natural glow.”

Fans gushed over the clip in the comments, calling Lopez a “timeless beauty,” “so pretty” and more.

Known for her ageless beauty, fans may be surprised to learn that the “Hustlers” star hasn’t “ever had Botox to this day,” per Elle.

Jennifer Lopez has announced her upcoming beauty line and revealed that she's never gotten Botox. (Photo by Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images)

Jennifer Lopez has announced her upcoming beauty line and revealed that she’s never gotten Botox. (Photo by Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images)

The star said that a dermatologist pointed out a “little line” on her skin and suggested she start botox at just 23 years old. Her boyfriend at the time agreed, but Lopez refused.


“I was like, ‘no, thank you.’ And I just wonder what would’ve happened to me if I would’ve started Botox at 23, what I would look like right now,” said the singer. “My face would be a totally different face today.”

Of choosing to opt out of Botox, Lopez explained, according to Page Six: “I’m not that person. I don’t have anything against people doing that; it’s just not my thing. I’m more about a natural approach to skincare … but I want [my products] to work. I want the hyaluronic acid in there. I want the things that are going to help, because I don’t want to have to go to the needles at some point.”

The star stunned in a makeup-free video on social media to announce the beauty venture. (Photo by Emma McIntyre /AMA2020/Getty Images for dcp)

The star stunned in a makeup-free video on social media to announce the beauty venture. (Photo by Emma McIntyre /AMA2020/Getty Images for dcp)

She added: “I’m not saying one day I won’t, but I haven’t yet.”

One of her biggest beauty tips is relatively simple, as well.


“One of the big things I would encourage everybody to do from the time they’re 15 years old, even younger, is wear sunscreen every day,” said Lopez. “That’s a big skincare secret that people kind of do but don’t do. They use moisturizers, but they don’t put on sunscreen every day. That is something I have done from that time I was 22 years old.”


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Change-makers honored in a digital video

The Fashion Awards have always been a celebrity-filled affair, and in that respect, this year was no different. In true style, the British Fashion Council, the organizing body behind the event, recruited Priyanka Chopra, Lewis Hamilton, Maisie Williams and Rosalia to act as presenters, sprinkling star dust on the proceedings and adding pop culture clout.

a man and a woman posing for a picture: PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 01: A model poses during the Kenneth Ize Womenswear Spring/Summer 2021 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on October 01, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Kristy Sparow/Getty Images)

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PARIS, FRANCE – OCTOBER 01: A model poses during the Kenneth Ize Womenswear Spring/Summer 2021 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on October 01, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Kristy Sparow/Getty Images)

But if the faces were familiar, little else about this year’s ceremony was. With coronavirus ruling out an event at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the BFC replaced its usual gala ceremony with a 30-minute film, released on YouTube and the Fashion Awards website on Thursday.

Gone were the Swarovski-crystal trophies for the brands, models and designers of the year. Instead, 3D-printed columns of recycled ocean plastic, commissioned by Parley for the Oceans, were awarded to 20 designers, brands and organizations that have “inspired us to develop a better future and take action on issues that require our immediate attention,” Chopra said in the video.

“If this year made something obvious, it is that there are people and brands who lead the way when it comes to change, and it felt the right moment to recognize and celebrate them. We need to spotlight positive change and creativity to help encourage and inspire our industry and beyond,” Caroline Rush, the BFC’s chief executive, said in an email to CNN.

Winners, who were grouped into four broad categories — community, people, environment and creativity — recorded their acceptance speeches on camera in their own spaces. Among the most high-profile were British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, who put uniformed front-line workers and activists on the cover of the magazine’s covers; sustainable fashion pioneer Stella McCartney; and Burberry, which redirected its supply chains to deliver 100,000 surgical masks to the NHS and committed one of its factories to the creation of non-surgical gowns and masks.

Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, who became co-creative directors of Prada earlier this year, bagged a win for showing the power of collaboration with their joint Spring-Summer 2021 collection, while perennial Fashion Awards favorite Jonathan Anderson was honored for his Covid-friendly fashion show alternatives for his own brand, JW Anderson, and at Loewe.

The Fashion Awards’ change in format and direction comes at the end of what has been an unprecedented year for the industry, rocked by pandemic-related disruptions to supply chains and buyer spending, and increased scrutiny around widespread systemic racism in the wake of the reinvigorated Black Lives Matter movement. Reflecting that, the film appears as a sort of montage of the year that was, with clips of boarded-up shops, protests, landfills and addresses from world leaders spliced with digital fashion show segments, designer PPE factory visits, and interviews with creatives about how their lives and professions have been transformed.

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Complex turned its fashion and music festival into a futuristic video game

Since 2016, ComplexCon has been a place where streetwear enthusiasts can gather in one place to buy exclusive gear, listen to amazing live music, and gorge at high-end food trucks. As with most live shows, though, the event isn’t taking place in 2020 — at least, not in the traditional way. In lieu of an in-person festival in Long Beach, Complex has built a video game where users can shop, watch talks and performances, and, yes, order from local restaurants.

It’s not a sprawling virtual world where millions can gather in one place, but rather a single-player experience designed to mimic the feeling of being at a live show. ComplexLand is a video game where the main activity is shopping, and you chase after sneaker drops like a hero in the latest open-world blockbuster.

ComplexLand will take place from December 7th–11th, and it’s completely free. The experience was built in WebGL, meaning it’s accessible via a web browser, either on desktop or mobile. Once you create an account, you’re dropped into a sort of abstract, futuristic cityscape and immediately prompted to create an avatar, choosing from various brandname hats and sneakers.

From there, the experience opens up, with a big world full of NPCs to talk to and points of interest to explore. To emulate some of the social experience, there will also be a persistent chat where attendees can talk about the day’s events. Most importantly: there are plenty of places to shop.

Complex’s head of collaborations, Neil Wright, says the creative team was inspired by Travis Scott’s appearance in Fortnite earlier this year, but they felt one key thing was missing. “Aesthetically, I thought it looked really cool. It was so over the top and whimsical in a way that was really creative,” Wright explains. “I think, for us, the one thing that it lacked was the commerce aspect. If you wanted to buy any of the merch, you had to go to Travis’ website. You had to go elsewhere for it. So when we were building this world, we wanted to make sure that commerce was top of mind.”

ComplexLand is essentially a game built entirely around shopping. Yes, you can watch talks where Fat Joe and Lil Yachty discuss the best sneakers of the year or listen to T-Pain’s thoughts on the future of esports. (All of the talks will be broadcast via YouTube Live.) But you’re also running through a sci-fi city in search of the latest gear. Complex has partnered with fashion brands like Adidas, BAPE, and Tokidoki for virtual booths that users can visit to shop for exclusive sneakers or hoodies. Everything is branded and shoppable: there are artists booths where individuals can sell their work, or you can pop by a Perrier booth plastered with Takashi Murakami’s iconic smiling flowers.

The experience also gamifies that ever-present part of streetwear culture: the limited drop. As players are exploring the world, they’ll get notifications that a new drop is about to happen. From there,

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The Queen wears wedding gift Golden Trellis brooch for video call

The Queen wore a rarely seen diamond and ruby brooch she received as a wedding gift for a call with Commonwealth leaders days after her anniversary with husband Prince Philip.

The monarch, 94, donned the glittering Golden Trellis brooch for a video appearance with the Commonwealth Points of Light award earlier this week.

The centrepiece of the brooch is a folded gold net or trellis work with five lilies or leaves in diamonds with ruby stems. 

The heirloom was a gift from a guest at her wedding to Prince Philip, 99, in 1947, with the royal opting to wear the jewel days after they celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary. 

The Queen, 94, paid subtle tribute to her husband Prince Philip, 99, by wearing a gold brooch that was a gift from their wedding during a recent video call

The Queen, 94, paid subtle tribute to her husband Prince Philip, 99, by wearing a gold brooch that was a gift from their wedding during a recent video call

While it isn’t known who gifted the royal the brooch, it is believed to have been a present from the director of fine jewellery store Garrard. 

The monarch has worn the piece less than a handful of times in the last couple of years, last opting for the brooch for an investiture in Buckingham Palace in March.     

During the video call, which was released yesterday, the Queen has paid tribute to the ‘wonderful’ efforts of Commonwealth volunteers and was treated to her first ever virtual musical performance in honour of her 73rd wedding anniversary. 

Wildlife enthusiast Len Peters, from Trinidad, who chatted to the Queen during a video call, was the first person to receive the Commonwealth Points of Light award, which recognises outstanding volunteering work by individuals.

The brooch, which was a gift from a guest at the Queen and Prince Philip's wedding, is a folded gold net or trellis work with five lilies or leaves in diamonds with ruby stems

The brooch, which was a gift from a guest at the Queen and Prince Philip’s wedding, is a folded gold net or trellis work with five lilies or leaves in diamonds with ruby stems 

Her Majesty praised the efforts of Mr Peters, who is a turtle conservationist who featured in Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II series, and two other award recipients who were part of the call.

‘Thank you all for taking part in this programme,’ the monarch said. ‘I’m delighted to have heard your stories and I think it’s wonderful work that you’re all doing, and volunteering so much. Thank you very much.’

The Queen, who donned a red and pink dress along with a pearl necklace, asked Mr Peters about his appearance on the broadcaster’s popular wildlife series: ‘So David Attenborough got to know what you were doing?’

He told the Queen his relatives were one of the largest turtle-eating families in his village but he and a group of friends came together ‘to try and make a difference’.

It comes days after the royal couple celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary together at Windsor Castle

It comes days after the royal couple celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary together at Windsor Castle 

The appearance comes days after the royals celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary at Windsor Castle. 

Last week, royal commentator Katie Nicholl said The Queen and Prince Philip have ‘rediscovered the happiness of their early years together’ during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Balenciaga to unveil latest collection in video game

Balenciaga is virtually changing the world of fashion — by bringing fashion into the virtual world.

The luxury fashion house has recently announced plans to debut its latest collection in an original video game.

Set to launch on Dec. 6, “Afterworld: The Age of Tomorrow” will allow fashion lovers to create an avatar and browse the brand’s 2021 fall/winter collection — while visiting the world of 2031.

“A theme of Balenciaga fall 2021 is human destiny, as seen by an interactive, gamified journey,” the Paris-based fashion house said in a statement.

“The world may appear to be decaying at first, but it is far from a dystopian view, showing instead the slow return to a healthier balance of nature and industry.”

In the game, which will be playable in web browsers, Balenciaga-dressed avatars will advance “throughout distinct zones, motivated by tasks and interactions,” the company said.

“The narrative of ‘Afterworld’ is anchored to mythological pasts and projected futures with timeless archetypes and speculative imagery.”

a sign on the side of a building: Fashion house Balenciaga will debut its fall/winter 2021 collection in an original video game, "Afterworld: The Age of Tomorrow," on Dec. 6 2020.

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Fashion house Balenciaga will debut its fall/winter 2021 collection in an original video game, “Afterworld: The Age of Tomorrow,” on Dec. 6 2020.

Fashion house Balenciaga will debut its fall/winter 2021 collection in an original video game, “Afterworld: The Age of Tomorrow,” on Dec. 6 2020.

Balenciaga’s out-of-the-box way of presenting its new fashion collection is just one in a number of innovative ideas fashion houses are now embracing, during the crowd-restricting world dictated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

For its last collection, summer 2021, Balenciaga used YouTube. In September, Burberry opted for Twitch to release its latest line.

Earlier this month, Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele launched a seven-part mini-series directed by Gus Van Sant and featuring British pop star Harry Styles to showcase its new collection — an audacious project that received mixed reviews.

Demna Gvasalia, Balenciaga’s creative director — a Georgia-born fashion superstar known for the brand’s extravagant runway shows — told Women’s Wear Daily that he hopes to stage one for Balenciaga’s return to haute couture in July.

But he also wants to surprise every season.

“Fashion has become such a checklist. And I feel like I personally want to try to do it differently,” he said.

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Watch On the Rocks | SAINt JHN Shows Off His Insane Jewelry Collection | GQ Video | CNE |

I promised my account

I wasn’t gonna take my rap money and buy jewelry.

I don’t know if I lied to her

or she lied to me, but I’m doing a lot now.

[upbeat music]

What’s up GQ, this is SAINt John,

you’re finally watching on the rocks.

A lot of leather pants.

[upbeat music]

In my neighborhood, all the rappers

and drug dealers had jewelry.

I didn’t see it growing up.

It’s not like I saw like my uncle,

all of my uncles with them.

What’s the statue of limitation

or some of these[beep] I’m talking about.

[upbeat music] [chains jingling]

This I like, this is my favorite.

I don’t wanna have favorites,

I don’t want to be one of those parents

that chooses one of their kids as a favorite.

But this is my favorite I don’t care

What y’all [beep] talk.

You see all the detailing, the hand engraving,

you see the scholes that repetition is just sic.

The oxidization, I don’t even know

if that’s exactly what it is

but I like saying words that people aren’t familiar with.

It was oxidized, Google it.

We got this from Thailand.

We have to import it.

I found it online and I was like, this is special.

This was before I even knew what Chrome I really was.

[upbeat music] [chains jingling]

This is one of my favorites.

Although you just heard me say

that’s my favorite it’s favorite for different reasons.

That’s my favorite for aggression

and this is my favorite for all of my childhood dreams.

You see, my adult dreams, my childhood dreams,

my adult dreams, my childhood dreams.

My childhood dreams were platinum,

my adult dreams are silver.

[chains jingling]

This is the Rockefeller chain.

This is the Rockefeller pennant, the last original one.

At least that’s what Bigs told me.

He ain’t be lying to me so.

One of my very first earliest moments of making music

I was listening to volume three, Jay Z.

I remember watching religiously him

on the steps wearing the Rockefeller pennant

and that culture being from Brooklyn, that’s everything.

If you got one of these around your neck

you’re somebody that somebody should know.

Bigs gave me this the night I was leaving

to go to Guyana to go see my mom.

The government, everything was shut down.

And he said he ain’t wanna wait no longer

’cause life ain’t promised and time is short.

He left the room and I cried I ain’t gonna lie,

I cried for like 15 whole minutes straight.

Quote me on it.

I feel like I didn’t spend enough time telling you

what this really means to me.

This needs its own 45 minute segment.

Don’t expect me to give you some sort of fanciful quotation.

that’s gonna help you understand what this means.

This is the whole culture.

These are all the hustlers that made it out,

kept their word and had integrity.

This 12 year old me.

You did

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Zappos’ Black Friday deals are the only ones worth shopping if you want new Ugg, Sorel or Hunter boots [Video]

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Black Friday is officially in full swing. Because in-store shopping isn’t as feasible this year, more and more retailers have been releasing some of the best deals than ever before. And the best part is, you don’t even need to leave your couch to score these epic discounts.

From shopDisney to Sur La Table, we’re betting the sales during this shopping holiday will be the best of 2020.

If you’re more in the market for clothing or shoes for yourself or for gifts for loved ones, Zappos’ Black Friday deals include some of the best markdowns on clothing, outerwear, boots and more for the whole family.

If you’re in need of new boots for the winter season, Zappos has great prices on cult-favorite brands, including UGG, Sorel, Clarks, Sperry, Hunter and more.

Plus, if you can’t get enough of black booties, lug sole boots or waterproof boots, you can snag some of the most popular styles of 2002 during this big sale, too. While we might be limited to certain errands and outings while still social distancing, at least your footwear will be chic.

And if you’re still on the hunt for even more sales, don’t forget to check out the Black Friday online events from Walmart, Nordstrom, Kohl’s, Brooklinen or Amazon.

Before Black Friday ends, the nine deals below are some of the best boots worth shopping.

Shop: Hunter Original Tall, $75 (Orig. $150)


Shop: Sorel Explorer Joan, $105 (Orig. $140)


Shop: Ugg Classic Mini II Graphic Logo, $104.97 ($149.95)


Shop: Sperry Saltwater, $84.54 (Orig. $129.95)


Shop: Clarks Orianna Lo, $100.42 (Orig. $160)


Shop: Charles By Charles David Polar, $89.42 (Orig. $129)


Shop: Clarks Emslie Emma Wide Calf, $109.79 (Orig. $180)


Shop: Splendid Kimberly, $126 (Orig. $168)


Shop: Frye Remy Chelsea, $219.71 (Orig. $368)


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Balenciaga made a video game to debut its next clothing collection

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Luxury fashion company Balenciaga will debut its next clothing collection in a video game on December 6th, according to WWD. Afterworld: The Age of Tomorrow is an “allegorical adventure” set in the year 2031, in which “a hero avatar advances throughout distinct zones, motivated by tasks and interactions.” As game descriptions go it’s not the most detailed — it could apply to every video game from Super Mario through to Wolfenstein — but obviously the focus here is the company’s fall 2021 collection. Input reports that the Afterworld will be playable through browsers.

Like many other industries, the world of fashion has had to reckon with how to drum up excitement in a year where big in-person launches are impossible. Approaches have differed between fashion houses, The Guardian reports, with some opting for small-scale runway shows with a limited number of attendees, while others have turned to livestreaming their events online. Belenciaga has already experimented with an online format to show off its Summer 21 pre-collection that consisted of a slickly produced video set to the song I Wear My Sunglasses at Night.

Apparently the fashion house’s upcoming collection is based on the theme of human destiny, “as seen by an interactive, gamified journey.” It shows “the slow return to a healthier balance of nature and industry,” and completing the game rewards you with a “a real-life breathing exercise set in a virtual utopia.” In other words, don’t expect this to be the next high-octane eSports hit.

Over the years, video games have provided the venue for numerous non-video game launches. In 2017 Porsche debuted the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS onstage at Microsoft’s E3 conference when it announced the car would be on the cover of Forza Motorsport 7, and Guns n’ Roses song ”Shackler’s Revenge” debuted in Rock Band 2. Even Weezer got in on the action when it debuted songs from its Black Album in Fortnite.

The world of video games and fashion have been particularly frequent collaborators recently. League of Legends developer Riot Games announced last year that Louis Vuitton would be designing new in-game and real-world items themed around the game. Other high profile collaborations have included Travis Scott’s incredibly limited-edition PlayStation sneakers, and fashion brand Acronym actually made a jacket inspired by Death Stranding and sold it for $1,785. There have also been more accessible fashion collaborations thanks to Animal Crossing, where 100 Thieves released virtual versions of its clothing earlier this year.

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Bambuser and Entropia Join Forces to Launch Live Video Shopping in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Interactive live video shopping provider Bambuser and award-winning full-service agency Entropia, today announce a strategic partnership to launch MEDICI Live, a new e-commerce service by Entropia powered by Bambuser’s proprietary live streaming technology.In 2019, Bambuser launched Live Video Shopping, the first B2B live stream shopping solution in the western world. Since then, Bambuser has seen an apparent increase in interest from companies operating in the Asia Pacific, especially in Southeast Asia. 

During the third quarter of 2020, Bambuser entered into new customer agreements for Live Video Shopping in Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, among others. Today, Live Video Shopping is used by some of the world’s largest brands and e-retailers spread across six continents to increase online sales and better engage with their customers. 

Entropia is a Malaysian digital transformation consultancy meets agency. Since its inception in 2016, the company has attracted several major customers such as BMW, KFC and Pepsi, as well established itself as a brand marketing industry leader, as proven by earning a string of prestigious honours, such as the Agency of the Year Awards, the MARKies, Mumbrella Asia Awards, and the Marketing Excellence Awards. 

Bambuser and Entropia are now joining forces to launch Live Video Shopping in Malaysia and neighbouring countries. The new e-commerce service, MEDICI Live, aims to drive an elevating digital brand experience by integrating live video shopping and utilising live selling via influencers/KOLs, an increasingly-popular sales strategy. Relevant to high context categories such as cosmetics, education, infant nutrition, financial services, or even electronics, with this technology, viewers become paying customers, all without missing the show.

Sourabh Agrawal, partner at Entropia said, “There are more than 55,000 sellers across marketplaces in Malaysia alone. Brands need more than deep discounting, free shipping and special event campaigns to stand out from the crowded digital marketplace. Equipped with MEDICI’s data-driven approach, our partnership with Bambuser will offer just a great measurable solution for our clients looking to reshape their commerce transformation.”

Maryam Ghahremani, CEO of Bambuser said, “Together with Entropia, we will be able to help more brands stand out from the saturated South-East Asian digital marketplace. We look forward to building integrated brand experiences together where increased sales, customer engagement and satisfaction are at the centre.

Contact information
Maryam Ghahremani, CEO Bambuser | +46 8 400 160 02 | [email protected]

About Bambuser

Bambuser is a software company specializing in interactive live video streaming. The Company’s primary product, Live Video Shopping, is a cloud-based software solution that is used by customers such as global e-commerce and retail businesses to host live shopping experiences on websites, mobile apps and social media. Bambuser was founded in 2007 and has its headquarters in Stockholm. Erik Penser Bank AB is Bambuser’s Certified Adviser.

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Video games Holiday Gift Guide 2020: Games, consoles & accessories

The holidays are coming quick and with so many video game-related options out there, you might be struggling to find the perfect gift for your loved ones. That’s where we come in. We’ve put together a slew of great gift ideas across a multitude of guides that will help you find the best item for those gamers in your life.

Tabletop Holiday Gift Guide 2020: Dungeons, dragons, and yacht rock

Looking for more tools to help out your social-distanced-friendly gaming sessions but tired of video games? Here’s a whole list of items that are the perfect gifts for the D&D lovers in your life. The guide includes some of our favorite tabletop games, so check out the full list of gift ideas here.

VR Gaming Holiday Gift Guide 2020: HMDs, games, and accessories

Tired of 2020 and want to help your loved ones escape into the wonderful world of virtual reality? TJ has put together a great list of gift ideas including VR headsets, some of the greatest VR games available right now, and even a slew of nice accessories to pick up. Check out the full gift guide here.

PS4 and PS5 Holiday Gift Guide 2020

From games like The Last of Us Part 2 to the free-to-play world of Genshin Impact, there are plenty of PS4 and PS5 games out there, as well as a ton of great accessories to add to your loved one’s stockings. We’ve put together a slew of great PS4 and PS5 gift ideas, most of which can even be found on deals throughout the holiday season. Check out our PS4 and PS5 gift guide.

Gaming headsets Holiday Gift Guide 2020

Tired of listening to your loved ones playing Call of Duty loudly or just looking to give them a nice audio upgrade for their gaming setup? Well, we’ve got you covered there, too. Head on over and take a look at our gaming headsets holiday gift guide for some good ideas of the best headsets available right now.

We’ll continue to update this guide with links to new gift ideas, so make sure you check back often over the coming weeks as we move deeper into the holiday season.

Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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