We’re super excited about this one. So many of our favourite brands have brought out the most amazing limited editions, brilliant value sets and some of our festive favourites have returned. Here’s our edit of the best beauty buys out there this season…
You just can’t go wrong with a bit of Bobbi. All of our favourite daily staples are linked here.
Sam’s go-to wand for beachy waves isn’t pricey, lasts years and is a cinch to use.
These cordless straighteners are worth their weight in gold. We use them to straighten or tong, in the kitchen while the kids eat their breakfast or even in the car after school drop off. Genius.
We love diffusers in our hallways for a low-fi way to scent our houses when we get home. Gemma’s current favourite scent for her hallway is this.
One for the nude lipstick fan in your life; the iconic shade from Queen Tilbury, in all four formats, at a brilliant price.
A new discovery; look super chic when you pull this out of your bag, for a tenner.
Sample the worlds greatest hair mask – and get hair salon swishy hair – with this brilliant at-home hair repair kit.
This complete kit got us through two lockdowns without damaging our nails. It comes with everything that you need to do a really good gel manicure at home, and remove it well afterwards.
When it comes to nailing that smokey eye, no one does it better than make-up artist Pat McGrath. Usually her products err on the pricier side so this is the perfect time to snap up two brilliant eye make-up must haves.
Sam has been personally campaigning for JML to bring this Christmas candle back for the last five years. And she’s succeeded. By far and away the best scent to fill your house with this festive season.
We loved working with this eco-brand this year, and had to tell you about their incredible gift sets. Not only are they priced exceptionally well but each one is completely recyclable too.
Everything you need for a complete skincare regime (that really works) in one little kit. We swear by Drunk Elephant, and haven’t found a product of theirs that we don’t like yet.