Disclaimer: you do not need a date to buy yourself a fabulous present this February
Valentine’s Day. It’s a bit like Marmite isn’t it?! It divides people. You either embrace it with every fibre of your being (think: red foil heart balloons and rose petals all over the house) or you avoid it and go about your life as though it’s any other day in the year.
No matter which camp you fall in to, why not treat your loved one, best friend, father, sister or even yourself to one of these dreamy beauty products?! Not just because it’s the 14th Feb, just because these are some damn fine gifts and if you don’t buy them, we will.
Trust Charlotte Tilbury to create an ideal duo that makes cleaning your face a doddle and also a joy.
Scented drawer liners are not old fashioned. We repeat: scented drawer liners are not old fashioned. When they are from Diptyque, they are in fact incredibly chic. Plus they make your clothes smell divine. What’s not to like?!
Say ‘I Love You’ with the gift of a teeny tiny scent holder. Small in size, but huge in thoughtfulness. Nothing shows how much you care than Byredo.
We loved Chanel Chance and this new adaptation is just as lovely – it’s a little more subtle, but no less fabulous.
Last year Elemis launched the Rose Cleansing Balm as a limited edition in support of the Breast Cancer Care charity. However due to popular demand it’s now back as a permanent fixture. Thank goodness.
Never is it more appropriate to wear a sexy fragrance that on the 14th February and Boss The Scent Private Accord For Her is just that. At first it’s sweet and citrussy, but it dries down leaving a rich scent, thanks to the roasted tonka bean and cocoa absolute. Perfect for date night.
Matching your lip colour with your manicure is somewhat of a lost art, but we (and Christian Louboutin) think that it’s high time that changed.
The well-loved product, just got a well-loved update. Say it with sparkly hearts.
Only the best for the love of your life.
Time to practice a bit of self-love.
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Source: Marie Claire UK