Choosing the perfect gift for a beauty lover—someone who refuses to fall asleep without their favourite nightly moisturizer or whose nails you’ve never seen without a fresh mani —isn’t always easy. For a little gifting inspiration, we’ve rounded up some excellent gift set and single-item ideas your resident beauty enthusiast can appreciate.
Use this cute little at-home facial device in front of the TV to give your face a sculpting work out. Five different intensities of micro-current technology sculpt, lift, tone, and re-contour the jawline, cheeks, neck and forehead. All it takes is 3 minutes.
*use code THISISMOTHERSHIP to make it £138
We’re both totally obsessed with our Neom pods; Gemma keeps hers in her car cup holder, to keep her new car smelling fresh while I keep mine it the kitchen; it’s amazing at blasting away cooking smells. Designed to be as mood-boosting as they are functional; using cold diffusion technology, essential oils are converted into micro fine vapour without using heat or water and released into the atmosphere to stimulate your senses and boost your wellbeing.
‘The’ scent of the last few years, BR540 is the fragrance of those in the know. But it’s also eye-wateringly expensive. This lighter, fresher hair mist is a brilliant way to get in on the game, without remortgaging the house.
I nearly spat out my coffee when I saw the price of this kit, and had to re-check the contents a few times because it’s just SUCH good value. Including an ISAMAYA Beauty Wildstar Lip Liner, MAC Matte Lipstick, Refy Gloss Highlighter, NUDESTIX NUDIES MATTE + GLOW CORE, beautyblender Make-Up Sponge, Pat McGrath Labs FetishEYES Longwear Liquid Eye Shadow, Stila Extreme Lash Mascara, Stila Stay All Day Dual-Ended Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner – they are deluxe travel versions of high end brands in a clear travel make-up bag, so for anyone who’s always wanted to try a bit of McGrath or Isamaya, or anyone going away for Christmas; this is the everything you’d need, bar the foundation.
This is one of those dream lip products that you we hope they never discontinue. A multi-action, hydrating lip treatment that can be used to top up the lips with the perfect non-sticky gloss throughout the day or as a nourishing, overnight lip mask.
The pink-toned cream formula delicately scented with rose, is designed to plump, brighten and awaken the skin in a matter of minutes. It doesn’t come cheap, but its legions of fans (me included) suggest results that justify the price tag. Worth asking Santa for.
This 350ml hefty, re-fillable glass bottle is a real statement piece, never mind the subtly scented, softening handwash inside. The ideal gift for anyone with initials ‘S’. Ahem.
Cooling cryotherapy facial globes designed to reduce the appearance of puffiness. Perfect for a morning wake-up before makeup application or as part of a soothing evening ritual, the facial globes leave skin feeling plumped and refreshed.
*or use code THISISMOTHERSHIP to make them £11
The perfect gift-set, in everyone’s perfect nudey pink shade; a travel-sized mascara, eyeliner, liquid blush, lip liner and lipstick – perfect to pop in your handbag on the go or leave in your make up bag.
An icon. When it comes to Christmas, it’s justifiable to splash out a little, and in the grand scheme of beauty prices these days, this doesn’t really stand out as eye-wateringly expensive these days. Originally created to heal burn victims skin, this moisturiser is still as powerful as the day it was invented and if you’re suffering with skin conditions like mild redness or irritation (like my husband does) it could be worth a try, as it has been an absolute game changer for him.