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Christmas Gift Guide 2017 – Part 2 – Stocking Fillers

In Part 2 of my Christmas Gift Guide I share with you what I think would make great stocking fillers. Check out Part 1 for under-the-tree ideas. Christmas is nearly here so order this quickly!

Christmas Gift Guide 2017 - Part 2 - Stocking Fillers

Stocking Fillers

Aviela+ Shea Lip Butter

Christmas Gift Guide 2017 - Part 2 - Stocking Fillers

This little tin of lip butter is really cute and creamy and smells like minty chocolate – great for anyone who is a fan of Mint Aero or Matchsticks. Very Christmas-y!

It’s £4 from Aviela.co.uk and also forms part of a couple of gift sets on the website too!

 

WAH London Classy Glassy Glossy Top Coat

 

This top coat is the glossiest nail polish I have every tried and really does give a glass-like finish. I love the sharp-edged rectangular packaging and although it may not seem like much, a nail polish-lover would really appreciate this.

Available at Boots for £9.00

 

DHC Deep Cleansing Oil

Christmas Gift Guide 2017 - Part 2 - Stocking Fillers

The mini version of this oil got me into  cleansing oils. It melts away makeup, including eye makeup, to leave the skin deeply cleansed. It is olive oil-based so smells lovely. It is also the perfect travel size if your recipient is a jet-setter!

The mini is £4.50 from the DHC UK website where you can also find two larger sizes for supersized stockings!

 

Bobbi Brown Luxe Eye Shadow

Christmas Gift Guide 2017 - Part 2 - Stocking Fillers

These gorgeous eyeshadows are encased in luxury gold and black packaging rather than the usual black and they are out-of-this-world pretty!

I have three out of the four Rich Sparkle shades, because it is Christmas after all. These would be perfect for any party as they can be worn wet for a glossy finish and dry for super sparkle.

If I found one of these in my stocking I would squeal with delight. I really would! The other two finished are Rich Metal and Rich Lustre.

They cost £27 from the Bobbi Brown UK website.

 

MDM Flow+ Lipstick

Christmas Gift Guide 2017 - Part 2 - Stocking Fillers

I love these lipsticks, mainly because they look so amazing on my dressing table! My favourite is Bossy, the perfect nude for me, but I have loads of colours, many being limited edition. The best thing to do at this time of year is to check out the MDM Flow Instagram page to see if there are any codes for limited edition gifts with purchase for a truly unique set of stocking fillers. The limited editions are hand-mixed by Flo herself which makes them all that more special!

Visit the website where the lipsticks are £15.

 

Fashion Fair+ Beauty Blush in Pearly Paprika

Christmas Gift Guide 2017 - Part 2 - Stocking Fillers

This red-peach shimmer blush is one of my surprise favourites. It even won a Stylist Best Beauty award this year! It’s not a shade you see often so could be a fun addition to a beauty-lover’s collection. It comes in a hi-shine bronze box (as does all Fashion Fair makeup) so is lovely and luxurious.

It’s £18 from the Fashion Fair UK website.

 

Bobbi Brown Lip Balm SPF 15

Christmas Gift Guide 2017 - Part 2 - Stocking Fillers

Now, I know this is a pricey lip balm but it really is the best one I have! It comes in a gorgeous chrome tin and leaves my lips so soft. A little goes a long way so would love to see another one in my stocking!

It’s £17 from Bobbi Brown UK.

 

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4 thoughts on “Christmas Gift Guide 2017 – Part 2 – Stocking Fillers”

  1. Great choices! I love the dhc cleanser too! Also what’s great are the mini Charlotte Tilbury lipsticks as you can split the pack lol. Even the same with the Stila lip and eye sets they released this Christmas. Also if you want to fill my Christmas stocking this year you’re more than welcome lol! Xx

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    1. Thank you! Ha! I’d love to buy all of that for me and for you but no Lotto win as yet! I might try the splitting-the-pack thing next year – makes total sense.

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