Christmas Wish List | 2018

As it’s Black Friday, and there’s only 31 shopping days left until Christmas (yay), I thought I would put together a wish list of the stuff I would really love to receive this year.
I’m not expecting these gifts, I just wanted to put together a post to help others decide on what they would like and maybe give a little gift inspiration on what to buy for somebody else.

Benefit The Complexionista Face Palette- Was £26.50 Now £13.25

I’ve had this palette in my wish list for weeks and it’s currently half price in Boots. It contains some of Benefit’s most well loved products such as the boi-ing concealer, the hoola bronzer and watt’s up highlighter. There’s also a built in mirror which I love and will be really useful. It’s such a great palette to give someone for Christmas and good value for money.


Little Snow Fairy Gift Set- £12.50 Lush


When I saw this Little Snow Fairy set on the Lush website, I immediately wanted it. I’ve always wanted to try the Snow Fairy shower gel and I am a fan of Lush’s bath bombs. Wrapped up in this pink and purple festive box, this would make a lovely gift.

 

Complete Face Brush Set- Was £59.99 Now £41.99

I’ve had my eye on a set of Iconic London brushes for a while now and I’m really hoping they can make their way to my collection soon. The black and rose gold brushes are so luxurious and would make any makeup lover smile if they received them.


Benefit Confection Cuties Mini Makeup Trio- £14.50 Boots


Another gift set from Benefit that I’m lusting for is this Confection Cuties Mini Trio set. Benefit are just killing the game with their gift sets this year and they are quickly becoming one of my favourite brands. I’d really like to try the POREfessional Primer and the Roller Lash Mascara.


Beautyblender Blender’s Delight Set- £34.00

Considering the price of a regular Beautyblender on it’s own, I think this Blender’s Delight set is good value for money. You get 2 blending sponges, 2 cleansers and a storage case. I’m always in need of more makeup sponges so this would be ideal for me.


Soap & Glory All Spa Cast Set- Was £20.00 Now £15.00


Would it be Christmas if you didn’t receive your body weight in toiletries? This year I would like the All Spa Cast from Soap & Glory. Inside there’s a body butter, shower gel, hand cream, body scrub and 2 bath bombs. I’d get so much use out of this set and it would be gratefully received.


Nike Air Max 90 Trainers- £75.00 JD Sports

Moving away from all the beauty products I want because I could go on forever, there’s also a few other goodies that are on my wish list this year. Starting with a new pair of trainers that I have been wanting a while are a pair of nude Nike trainers. These are quite simple looking but would look good paired with a all black outfit.


Black Suedette Over The Knee Boots- £39.99 New Look 

Speak of wanting a new pair of shoes, I’m in the market for a new pair of over the knee black boots and these ones from New Look seem like a great pair. They have a small heel to give you a lift but not too high that you can’t walk in them.

Rose Gold Wishbone Ear Cuff- £39.00 Astrid & Miyu 

This rose gold ear cuff will take my ear jewellery to the next level. I think it’s glitzy but elegant and I’d love to have one.

365 Days Of Drawing Art Book- £12.00 ASOS


To conclude this wish list, I would like the 365 Days Of Drawing book which gives you a different drawing challenge each day of the year. I think this would be a lovely start to each day in 2019 where I hope to be a happier version of myself.

 

Those were the products on my Christmas wish list this year. I hope this post has inspired you on what to ask for this year or gave you some ideas on what to buy for others. What’s on your wish list? Let me know in the comments below. Thanks for reading XOXO.

 

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