Getting a creative gift for a teenage girl that she will cherish is no easy feat, but it's not impossible. While there is no cookie-cutter gift for a teenage girl, as each will have her own personality, there are a number of unique ideas for gifts that virtually any birthday girl can appreciate.
Teenage girls are just starting to get a taste of womanhood, and at that age, they begin to turn their focus to make-up and manicures. Get the birthday girl her very own make-up set, perhaps complete with a monogrammed box in which to keep her make-up. You can also buy her a trip to the nail salon to get a manicure and a pedicure. If you really know her well, you could even get her a new outfit for her birthday, but be careful--teenage girls usually have very specific ideas about what they want to wear, so try to buy something you know she's been eyeing.
Buy her personalised items that she will actually enjoy using, such as a soft cotton-terry robe monogrammed with her name on it that she can wear while relaxing. A teenage girl doesn't like sharing her things; get her some personalised towels with colourful designs.
DVR and Movie Subscription
If she's a big movie buff, get her a digital video player like Roku along with a subscription to a movie rental service such as Netflix so she can watch all the movies she wants. The device allows her to stream movies and television shows from Netflix right onto the TV. You might consider buying the digitial video player---a one-time purchase---along with a year's subscription to Netflix.
TV and Movie Tours
Surprise her with a tour of the set of her favourite movie or TV show. On Location Tours, for example, offers guided tours of places used in shows like The Sopranos and Seinfeld as well as movie sets in Washington, D.C. Arrange a trip for the birthday girl and a couple of her closest friends to spend a day in the city immersing themselves in her favourite show or movie.
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