It’s time for another installment of my beauty gift guide series and this is for those of you who want to treat someone special to a high-end gift but without seriously financially burdening yourself!
Diptyque’s mini candles £20 – These candles can be left un-burned and will still fill a room with a beautifully subtle scent and so I think for £20, this would make a really lovely gift.
Bobbi Brown’s Glow to Go Cheek Palette £25 – Limited edition palette featuring a powder blush and the new sparkle cheek illuminator housed in a beautiful bronze compact.
BECCA’s Glow on the Go kit £20 – A duo featuring the now cult classic pressed and liquid shimmering skin perfectors in miniature (and adorable) form.
Charlotte Tilbury’s Legendary Party Eyes Kit £20 – I just adore this globe-bauble hybrid packaging and think this mascara and eyeliner duo kit would make such a beautiful gift.
Burberry’s Festive Gold Nail Polish £15 – Because there’s just something so festive about a glitter polish, isn’t there?
Too Faced’s Merry Kissmass lip set £22 – While I’m not sure that Too Faced is ‘high end’ (strictly speaking), it’s definitely not the most affordable brand and so I thought I’d include this kit as I think it’s fab! It includes three of the much coveted melted liquid lipsticks and one of the melted mattes.
MAC’s Nutcracker Sweet Bronze Pigments & Glitters Set £26 – I know this is £26 and so deviated from the ‘£25 & Under’ thing but for £1 extra, I think this is absolutely fantastic in terms of value for money as the small pigments individually cost £10 each.
Marc Jacobs Epic Noir Runway Set £22 – This set includes the velvet noir mascara and gel eye crayon and I think is very reasonably priced.
Clinique’s Pop Sampler £20 – This would make a fantastic gift for any lipstick addict in your life, and all four mini lip pops are housed in a really nice, festive red tin.
Laura Mercier’s Hand & Body Creme Collection £25 – Tarte au citron, vanilla, creme brulee and almond coconut milk? Yes, please!
Hope this was helpful! Jess x