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Shopping for the women in your life can prove a challenge but to avoid the annual last-minute dash, we’ve tracked down the Christmas presents we’d be certainly pleased to find beneath the tree.A seriously chic hair barrette from brand of the moment Shrimps is sure to have you in your sister’s good books this year. Meanwhile, may we suggest Dior’s latest fragrance for those desperate to impress prospective mother-in-laws…Interior junkies will love nothing more than Frances Costelloe’s gram-worthy lampshade and the fashion conscious are sure to be lusting over the Holly Willoughby x Marks and Spencer collab (we’ve already asked Santa for the dress).Show your mum some love this Christmas with Elemental Herbology’s luxurious bath set teamed with the Diptyque candle on everyone’s wish list.Whoever the woman you’re shopping for this festive season, look no further for the lowdown on the best (and most thoughtful) Christmas presents sure to bag major brownie points this year.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best mince pies: Where to buy yours this Christmas Sustainable gift ideas: This year’s best guilt-free Christmas presentsGift ideas for him: The best Christmas presents for the men in your life
The study’s findings revealed that people who had “dark triad personality traits,” such as narcissism, machiavellianism and psycopathy, were more likely to maintain friendships with their exes for “practical and sexual reasons.” Perhaps unsurprisingly, men also rated the importance of said reasons as more important than women did. The study first polled 340 people on the reasons for staying friends with their ex. The 500 participants were also given a personality test to identify levels of the dark triad.