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Treat yourself to these affordable luxury products for your beauty bag
This spa-inspired collection of lemon and sage bath and body treats is a great treat. It includes full sizes of lemon and sage body scrub and body butter, plus travel size soapy suds and high intensity hand cream. (£39).
Treat yourself to Lancôme's Virtuose Mascara which will separate and lengthen lashes for the perfect 60s-inspired look. (£21).
Slick on this velvet matte formula from Hourglass cosmetics for a deep Aubergine just-been-bitten lip. It's the perfect winter shade of plum and doesn't dry out your pout. Hold back on the blush and the eyeshadow and rock this shade as a statement lip. (£23.00).
Shavata has brought out a range of 14 false lashes - all named after British towns. Our favourite are Blackpool - a full-on and feathery set which are sure to make an impact over the festive season. (£8).
Merumaya's Melting Cleansing Balm is initially applied over your face as a waxy formula which you use to rub into skin and loosen make-up residue. When the formula comes into contact with water, it turns into a milk which you then wash off, leaving skin smooth and soft. (£14.50, 100ml).
Moroccanoil Hydrating Mask Light is an intensive hair treatment that will repair your locks in just five minutes. The argan oil-infused blend in this lotion will work wonder on a lifeless barnet. (£29.85, 250ml).
Lightly spritz this Rosewater Balancing Mist Deluxe Edition from Australian brand Jurlique over your face for an instant pick-me-up. This spray will hydrate and freshen skin in an instant. It contains a blend of marshmallow, aloe vera and rose essential oils. The limited edition deluxe version supports antipodean charity Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) who are working towards ensuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children complete school at the same rate as all Aussies. (£40, 200ml)
Give your skin a gift in the lead up to Christmas by adding Nourish Golden Glow Toning Souffle to your beauty cupboard. The iridescent formula is infused with Frankincense and Myrrh and Neroli Oil. It leaves you with a golden glow all over your body while also nourishing, toning and firming the skin. (£24.95, 150ml).
Even though it's dark outside, boost your mood by giving your skin a golden glow. Use the Self Tan Bronzing Mousse (£30.64, 240ml), to give yourself a faux sun-kissed tint all over your body and finish with ultra-flattering St. Tropez Gold Illuminator (£12.26, £50ml). Jules Heptonstall from St Tropez advises: “Add a generous amount of St. Tropez Gold Illuminator to shoulder bones and down the front of the arms to get a Hollywood glow.”
The new fragrance from Lancôme La Vie Est Belle, embraces the beauty concept of "less but better". Actress Julia Roberts fronts the campaign, chosen as she embodies sincerity and commitment. The perfume aims to empower women to live their life their own way, and feel confident in their choices. (£56, 50ml).
OPI's limited edition top coat, The Man With The Golden Gun, contains real 18k gold leaf. This lacquer, which has been created as part of the brand's Skyfall collection celebrating the forthcoming James Bond movie, will make you feel a million dollars. (£29.98)
Indulge yourself by running a hot bath, and pouring a generous dose of Moody Cow Balancing Bath & Body Oil in the tub. Alternatively, after a long soak, massage a few drops into wet skin after bathing to seal in moisture. The oil has a floral, oriental blend that restores harmony with essential oils of rose geranium, linden blossom and frankincense. The product can also be used as an oil for body massage. Pour a small amount into the palm of your hand and apply to skin. (£20, 100ml)
Vaseline is a must-have beauty essential to keep your lips smooth and soft. Pamper your pout with the brand's new Pink Bubbly edition. Enriched with champagne grape extract, this luxurious jelly will intensively moisturise, creating perfectly kissable lips. Simply glide on over your favourite colour to give lips A-list colour that shimmers, or use over bare lips for a more natural demure look. (£3.49)
This Facial Five Minute Facial Face Mask by Good Things is a multi-tasker, designed to make your skin clearer, brighter and smoother, all at the same time. (£5.99, 100ml)
A fluttering, long-lashed eye is a guaranteed attention-grabber. The Abyssina Oil Mascara by Korres contains Pro-Vitamin B5 to strengthen, moisturise and condition the lashes. The Rice Oil intensifies the colour for a glossy, rich finish. (£15.50)
Korres have a range of new shower gels in four fragrances that make any scrub down a treat. The combinations are: White tea/bergamot/freesia; iris/lily of the valley/cotton; vanilla/freesia/lychee; and a men's version scented with vetiver root/green tea/cedarwood. The range uses Wheat Proteins, which form a protective film on the skin, maintaining its regular hydration level. (£9, 250ml)
Give your eyes a dramatic makeover with this collaboration between Bourjois and Paperself - a brand who create paper art lashes. The lashes, inspired by lace and floral catwalk trends, create an individual look that is sure to turn heads. If you are feeling creative; cut a section of the lash and wear on the outer corners of the eye or wear the full lash along the top lashes. (£10.99 per set)
With its special shape and texture, this new oversized smudgy eyeliner from Bourjois, Khôl Kajal, naturally creates it's own ever-changing tip, so there's no need to mess around with a pencil sharpener. The texture is so intense that it can be blended in with the fingertip or brush all over the upper eyelid for a sultry smoky eye. It's not released yet, so keep an eye on the Bourjois website. (£6.99)
Orla Kiely has created a luxurious body lotion that provides incredible hydration for skin, containing Aloe Vera for its healing properties, in addition to Passion Flower Oil and Vitamin E for their moisturisation qualities. (£12, 250ml)
A spritz of Liz Earle's Botanical Essence No.15 is a fantastic way to finish off any outfit. This is the second fine fragrance released by the skincare guru. It is a fresh spicy oriental scent, carrying feminine notes of pink pepper, cinnamon and bergamot. A hint of Damask rose and sandalwood wrap you a rich feminine sensuality while the almond and caramel-like qualities of tonka bean and Bourbon vanilla give it warmth. Beautiful amber musk combined with cypriol and cedarwood creates a clean, fresh undertone. (£45, 50ml)
Skincare guru Liz Earle created this product after she mentored Rebecca Taylor, 26, a young entrepreneur supported by youth charity The Prince’s Trust. The result of the collaboration is the Cleanse & Polish Rose and Lavender Prince’s Trust Special Edition - giving a much-loved beauty essential a new twist for an exceptional cause. In addition, Liz Earle Beauty Co. are donating £2 from every product purchased to charity. (£19.75, 150ml)