Beauty Lust List #8: Christmas Edition!

I absolutely love Christmas, and this year my wishlist is full of beauty goodies I've had my eye on for a while. Hopefully I'll find one or two of these in my stocking this year!



1. Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado

I am religious about using an eye cream every morning and evening, but as of yet I've never found one that I always go back to, but for a while now I've had high hopes for this Kiehl's product having read millions of rave reviews. Hopefully I'll get this in my stocking, so watch this space for a review...

2. Babyliss Curl Secret

Finally! A hair curling tool to end all others! This little beauty promises to give perfect, bouncy curls by just reeling your hair into a little mechanism and popping it back out again seconds later with a beautiful curl! Sounds like the answer to all my prayers, and so far the reviews are all positive.

3. Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation

I've been meaning to try this foundation for a while, and already I know that I will adore it but the price just puts me off slightly - perfect Christmas present material then, right?! I have seen so many tutorials using this foundation where their skin looks flawless, and it photographs beautifully too, so what's not to love?

4. Max Factor False Lash Effect Mascara

I used this mascara religiously up until about two years ago until I discovered Benefit They're Real and loved it. But now the love affair with They're Real is over (we beauty addicts get fed up easily) and I'm ready to go back to my trusty False Lash Effect, which really does do what it says on the tin.

5. Chanel Bronze Universel

Does this one even need an explanation? The beauty world went crazy at this release by Chanel, and since then the rave reviews appear to be never-ending. Having seen how amazing it looks on my sister's skin, I'm sold - it's set to become a staple in my makeup bag (or, you know, on my dresser...you have to show off Chanel!).

6. MAC Lipstick in Mehr

Of course a deep berry lip is my staple, and that isn't going anywhere, but for everyday wear I was on the lookout for a neutral matte pink to compliment any eye and cheek makeup. This shade seems absolutely perfect, and you can't go wrong with a MAC Lipstick.

7. Soap & Glory Yule Monty

Ahhhh, the Soap and Glory gift sets - every year, they release swoon-worthy vanity cases filled with a selection of their best products, and this year is no different. I absolutely love this vanity case and every product inside. A must-have for Christmas!

8. Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair

In September, I turned 21 and I've always told myself that I would start using Estée Lauder Advanced a Night Repair religiously when I turned 21. Well, now is the time, and I can't wait! Perfect skin, here I come...

9. Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette

A new UD palette! It's enough to make even the least beauty-obsessed among us squeal with excitement! The new offering features the most beautiful, soft shades that I can't wait to experiment with. Expect most makeup looks on the blog to feature this palette for some time after Christmas!

What is on your Christmas list?


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