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Stocking thrillers

Wednesday, 21st November, 2018 3:54pm

I made some progress this week with my Christmas shopping, mainly to take the pressure off myself for the next few months.

With Black Friday taking place tomorrow, I would suggest that you check out websites and local business for deals that are bound to be happening. Although an American concept, it has really taken off here in a big way.

Debenhams Advent Calendar, €84


Burberry for Her Fragrance Giftsets

Burberry For Her Eau de Parfum is the first fragrance gourmand with a British twist by Burberry. A burst of red and dark berry notes lightened by a luminous, white woody accord, it's a dedication to the city of London - a beautiful, bustling, creative metropolis. Vibrant, bold, full of life, the bottle is luxurious yet understated, inspired by an archival Burberry fragrance design. It lasts well on the skin and is, in my opinion, nothing like Burberry have ever created before as a brand.

Sharleen Collins Make Up

It includes all the brushes you need to create stunning or simply classy makeup looks. The set itself screams monochrome magic with a lovely white leather look purse for storing the brushes. Having spent 14 years as an makeup artist, Sharleen put a lot of time and dedication into this set and it would make a beautiful gift for any makeup lover. Sharleen has worked over the past few years to curate a luxury brush collection unlike anything you've used before.

Kinvara Glow Getter retails at €67.90

Absolute Cleansing Gift Set, €27.90

Bamboo requires little to no pesticide during production (unlike cotton) so not only are these cloths supremely gentle they also have a minimal impact on the environment. A great win for the environment and for you!

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