Tomorrow sees the beginning of my beauty gift idea series so I thought I kick off things
and get us all in a festive mood by sharing what will be on my letter to Santa this year.

1, Clarins is such an underrated brand which is a shame as so many of my favourite items are by Clarins,
I have more lipstick than you can shake a stick at but that doesn't stop me lusting after the Instant Light
Lip Perfectors - i'm hoping Father Christmas delivers the of each shade please!
£16 each via Clarins - link

2, Ojon is my favourite hair care brand, yes it is a little pricey but my gosh does it work wonders for
my thick unruly barnet, topping my list this year is damage reverse treatment.
£16-£32.50 via Ojon UK - link

3, I think most of us will be praying for some Origins goodies to be wrapped up beautifully under the tree,
for me I'm hoping to find the Mask Marvels kit which contains three of Origins best selling facial masks.
£29 via Origins UK - link

4, When it comes to cleansers I am all about cleansing balms and I credit Clarins Pure Melt Gel for turning my head, I adore it so much that I have bought all the women in my family a tube for Christmas...shhh!
Anyway the cleansing balm that I would like to find in my stocking this year is Darphin's Aromatic Cleansing Balm which going by the official description sounds like a spa treatment disguised as a cleanser...bliss!
£30 via Darphin UK - link

5, If you have yet to experience Malin + Goetz's Dark Rum scent then please remedy that,
I am obsessed with just how luxurious, light yet sexy this scent truly is and I can not stop wearing
the EDT version of this fragrance so I think it is only right that I have the matching candle haha!
£37 via Space NK - link

6, The last request is a little naughty as I already own this very lipstick in Pink Apricot (review soon)
but as I really adore the formula - matte but comfortable to wear, I thought I'd be cheeky
and ask for Rose Pink in case anyone in my family is feeling super generous.
£23 each via Harrods - link

Well that is what I'm hoping to find under the tree this year what has made it on to your Christmas list?