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Christmas Luxury Beauty Gift Guide

1. Jacklyn Hill Shimmering Skin Perfector in Champagne Pop £30, 2. Classic Single BeautyBlender and Solid Cleanser Kit £18, 3. By Terry Ombre Blackstar £29, 4. Glamglow Youthmud Tingle Exfoliate Treatment £50, 5. NARS Kabuki Artisan Yachiyo Brush £43, 6. Kevin Aucoin Essentially Matte Holiday Palette £46.50, 7. Laura Mercier Almond Coconut Milk Honey Bath £33, 8. NARS Sheer Glow Foundation £31, 9. Tocca Isabel Eau de Parfum £54, 10. Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder £38, 11. NARS Blush £23, 12. Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate £36, 13. This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Talk £22
I wanted to post this at the end of last month, but everyday there was at least four different Gift Guides being published. I though I'd wait a bit instead of posting something that might have went unnoticed. They seem to have slowed down a bit, probably because it's getting close, so now is a good time to publish.

This is my Luxury Beauty Gift Guide. They are all products that I would die over, and are the results of a nice long trip at SpaceNK. If I had all the money in the world, you could bet that I would have them all. Out of the lot, I would have to say that the NARS Yachiyo Brush would be the top of the top. It just screams 'fancy' to me!

What would you buy like to see from this Gift Guide on Christmas morning?

Louise x x

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