TO ME the perfect Christmas present is a present he or she can spoil herself with. A beautiful skincare product, a new signature scent or luxurious make-up product you don’t directly buy for yourself. The perfect store to buy these kind of gifts is of course Douglas. Now the holidays are approaching super fast, the city gets more busy and crowded I also like to order my gifts in their online store.

So today I’m sharing some tips for nice presents for your sister, mom, best friend or girlfriend! I made a selection of both pampering and make-up products. For someone who loves perfumes this beautiful body cream from Aerin called Tangier Vanille is a lovely gift! It smells like warm and spicy Vanille, perfect for this time of year! The cream is nice and thick so it’s moisturizes dry skin and smell super nice at the same time! Something that’s also a really nice gift is a facemask. For someone who really needs some “pamper and relax time” a facemask is a great and thoughtful gift. I really like the Light-as-air mask from Douglas. It’s not so expensive but works wonders on very dry skin.

A beautiful gift for a make-up girl at heart is a Tom Ford lipstick. They are pretty expensive but the packaging, color pigmentation and longevity is absolutely worth it. I love the color “Blush Nude” and “Nude Vanille” (yes, I absolutely love Vanille, can you tell?). But I also love this MAC Cosmetics palette with 9 pretty Rosy/Nude shades called “Dusky Rose“. 9 pretty shades in one palette you can use on an everyday basis.

If you want to find a nice stocking filler a nailpolish is always good. The quality of Douglas nailpolish is really nice and I’m so in love with this pretty Mauve/Grey color called “Sweet Petal“. Or opt for a bath product like a fizzing bath cube. I love the smell “Breath of Amazonia” super relaxing and soothing.

So these are my top tips for nice Christmas presents. I hope this post gave you some inspiration and was helpful! Curious to hear what’s on your Christmas wishlist?

Lot’s of love,


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