Christmas/ All Year Round/ (Multiple) Payday Wish List
I’m not a massive fan of posting a Christmas wish list, but this is more of a wish list in general that I would happily buy all year round. It’s a nice mix of makeup, fitness and lifestyle, so I thought I’d share with you guys in case you need some inspo for Christmas shopping.
These Unicorn Lashes Unicorn Brush Set (Beauty Bay, £45.00, limited to one set per person, currently out of stock *cries*) look incredible. I completely understand why they’re limited to one per person because they’re so pretty and I can guarantee they’ll sell out quick.
As these are still out of stock, an alternative (and £1 cheaper!) would be the Anastasia Beverly Hills Ultimate Glow Glow Kit. So damn pretty.
I’ve got the Fitbit Alta, but when I saw the Fitbit Charge 2 (Fitbit, £149.99, Lavender and Rose Gold) in the limited edition Lavender and Rose Gold colour it made me double take, and I love that it measures heart rate too.
Yes, I may have plenty of running trainers, but when I saw the Asics FuzeX (Asics, £100, Guava/ Poseidon/ Peach Melba Colour) I realised I needed more. I don’t know why I like them so much but I can’t stop staring.
There aren’t many beauty bloggers who won’t have a piece of Charlotte Tilbury make up on their wish lists, and mine is the Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette (Charlotte Tilbury, £38, The Dolce Vita) as it always looks so amazing in tutorials.
The Apple and Elderflower Green Tea and Soy Black Forest Hot Chocolates from Costa are my faves, so a Costa Gift Cards (Costa, from £10) is always ideal. I treat myself to one every Friday and this would save some dollar!
Another one that is gracing multiple Christmas wish lists, the Lush Snow Fairy Shower Gel (Lush, £7.95 for 250g bottle). Some find it too sweet, but I love it, along with the bubblegum pink colour and glitter.
I was late to the Rose Gold party, but there Converse All Star Low (Office Shoes, £62.99, Leather Egret Rose Gold) are stunning. I so badly want to get my hands on them as I live in Converse in the summer and I know these would get worn out quickly.
Again, late to the party but I love Adidas Stan Smith (Office Shoes, £79.99, White Ray Pink) and Adidas Gazelles. There is something about these classic trainers that make them statement footwear in every wardrobe.
I saw these when scrolling through the Adidas website (yes, I regularly do this) and thought the colour and style of the Adidas 3-Stripe Graphic Tights (Adidas, £44.95) made them look amazing. I don’t own any blue running leggings, and the colour block of different shades really appealed to me.
What’s on your Christmas wish list?
Thanks for reading,