One thing I love receiving at Christmas has to be cute beauty gifts, the sets are always so pretty, there’s generally a tin involved **another of my obsessions to collect**, and who doesn’t love getting products they’ve never tried before, or better still those items that are little too expensive to be everyday purchases. For me, a great beauty gift has to be a little indulgent, as well as be the ultimate in relaxation or glamour. I’ve picked out 10 items that are exactly that, from stocking filler bath bombs to luxury foot spas, and the best perfume out there
You can’t think brows without thinking Benefit, they really have cornered the market, and if you think that they already had a lot of products for your brows, think again, as they are set to release even more, in total there will be 36 products, created to suit all skin tones and brow type. From those brows behaving badly, to those that needing a little TLC whether they are dull, thin or uneven, and those brows that just want to make a statement. For me, brows is a whole new thing, I only discovered the wonders of eyebrow waxing and
I haven’t done a beauty favourites post in a while, I’m not sure why as I have tons of amazing products that I’m loving, so I’ve decided to try and make this a monthly gig to share the beauty pieces that I’m loving and using a lot, and this month it’s all about Benefit and the new additions to The POREfessional range, the most incredible waterproof make-up remover, and a great collection of cruelty-free eye make-up brushes from Nanshy. Beauty Favourites: Benefit POREfessional Matte Rescue & Instant Wipeout Mask If you are already a fan of Benefit’s POREfessional range you will
I have only just discovered Benefit’s incredible skincare range, I use their make-up and I even own a number of their fragrances, but when I was last in the Carnaby store I had to ask myself where they had been hiding this skincare line.
1. Neal’s Yard, Pure Essence eau de parfum No1 Frankincense, £35, Nealsyardremedies.com – their first fine fragrance and it is good one, with top notes of lime, neroli, bergamot and pink pepper – it is an intense and uplifting aroma. 2. Issey Miyake, L’Eau d’Issey, £44.99, The Perfume Shop – Miyake’s signature scent is a gorgeous floral and woody scent and I adore this festive set, which includes the eau de toilette, body lotion and shower cream. 3. Jo Malone, Wild Bluebell Cologne, £36, Jomalone.co.uk – a vibrant but light floral fragrance, it really does capture the spirit of spring.