Brace yourselves because this list of luxurious holiday gifts is meant to make any beauty lover drool themselves into oblivion. Yes, these gifts are a definite splurge, but they’ll most likely go down in Christmas history.
If you read my ‘holiday gifts under $30‘ this might sound familiar. Well, this is the full version of the mini Lila palette. It has 15 brand new gorgeous eyeshadows combining cool violets, plums, and fuchsias and are perfect for every skin tone.
This is a skin-detoxifying set that will help fight visible signs of aging make the skin more radiant. It’ll help will loss of firmness and elasticity, dark spots, fines lines and wrinkles. Good for oily, dry, combination and normal skins.
One of Charlotte Tilbury’s ten iconic looks, the Ingénue set contains an eyeshadow pencil, an eyeliner, a mascara, a blush, a lip liner, a lipstick, a lipgloss and a makeup bag. The Ingénue is a radiant, fresh faced, and effortless beauty. Her beauty philosophy is “keep it simple.”
The Clarisonic cleanser has won too many awards to name. The set contains the famous device, of course, (which syncs with an app to cater to your skin needs), a cleansing cream and three brushes. It works great on all skin types and will help with clogged pores, acne and blemishes, dullness and uneven texture.
I’m sure you will have gathered by now that Natasha Denona costs a pretty penny, but is drooled over by every makeup lover on the planet. This pro set has brushes for every part of the face: eyes, lips, brows, cheekbones, you name it. They are stored in a case that also serves as a makeup stand.
The Dyson hair-dryer will provide super fast drying without damaging your hair (whatever type it is: straight, curly, wavy, coiled, tightly coiled) and will help keep its shine. The holiday set comes with a collection of OUAI hair products: a mist, an oil, a leave-in conditioner and a texturizing hairspray.
Yup, this is the most expensive item on this list of luxurious holiday gifts. I promise it won’t get crazier than this (although it could if we ventured into La Mer, Sisley and the likes).
I hope you’ve found this list of luxurious holiday gifts helpful (or at least fantasy-enticing). If your budget is lower, please check out my other lists: holiday gifts under $100 and holiday gifts under $30.
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