Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar – back in stock

Get ready to embark on a journey of beauty and self-indulgence like never before, because the most anticipated beauty event of the year is (nearly) here! The 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar has (nearly) arrived, and it’s promising to be an exquisite celebration of all things beauty, luxury, and glamour. As the days get shorter and the holiday season approaches, there’s no better way to count down to the festivities than by treating yourself or a loved one to this iconic calendar, packed with an array of luxurious beauty treasures.

Selfridges, a name synonymous with premium quality and trendsetting style, has outdone itself yet again. This year’s advent calendar is a true testament to their commitment to curating only the finest products from the world of beauty. The calendar is designed like a jewellery case and each drawer contains a series of carefully selected beauty essentials, guaranteed to make every day in the run-up to the holidays feel like a special occasion.

In this article, we’ll take you on a tantalizing journey through the 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar, unveiling the hidden gems and coveted brands that await you. From skincare saviors to makeup must-haves, this calendar is a treasure trove of surprises that will keep you glowing, glamorous, and perfectly poised throughout the festive season.

So, whether you’re a beauty enthusiast, a gift-giver looking to delight a special someone, or simply someone who believes in the magic of self-care, join us as we explore the wonders that lie within the 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar. It’s time to elevate your holiday season with a touch of opulence and a whole lot of beauty!

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Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar Price and Value

The new edition of the Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar Is priced at £220 and has a reported value of over £1000.

Out now.

Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar Comments

As a beauty enthusiast and a keen observer of the ever-evolving beauty industry, I couldn’t be more excited about the launch of the 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar. This year’s calendar promises to be a spectacular celebration of all things beauty, offering a daily dose of glamour and self-indulgence in the run-up to the festive season. With a carefully curated selection of 30 premium beauty products, it’s an opulent journey that comes at a price. But is it worth it? Let’s dive in and take a closer look.

The Beauty Treasures: A Glimpse into Luxury

The 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar is a treasure chest of beauty delights. From skincare essentials to makeup must-haves and indulgent fragrances, the calendar boasts an impressive lineup of products from renowned brands. It’s a feast for the senses, with each product promising to elevate your beauty routine to new heights.

The inclusion of products like the Dr. Barbara Sturm Clarifying Serum and the Augustinus Bader Rich Cream showcases Selfridges’ commitment to featuring high-end, luxury items. These skincare gems alone could make the calendar worthwhile for those looking to indulge in some of the industry’s most coveted formulations.

Surprising Inclusions: Costa Brazil and JVN Hair

It’s worth noting that the 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar features Costa Brazil and JVN Hair products, which has raised some eyebrows due to recent financial issues faced by the parent company of these brands. Costa Brazil’s imminent closure, as reported by Business of Fashion, adds a layer of intrigue to its inclusion. While these products are undoubtedly valuable in their own right, it’s essential to consider their context when evaluating the overall value of the calendar.

Is It Worth It?

Now, the big question: is the 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar worth the investment? To answer this, we need to consider a few factors.

First, the calendar’s retail price must be taken into account. While the value of the products included surpasses the calendar’s cost, you should carefully consider whether these are products you genuinely desire or would use regularly. If the majority of the items align with your beauty preferences, the calendar represents an excellent opportunity to access premium products at a reduced price.

Second, the element of surprise plays a significant role. If you enjoy the thrill of discovering new beauty gems and experimenting with different brands and products, this calendar offers a unique and exciting experience that can enhance your daily beauty routine.

Lastly, the exclusivity and luxury associated with Selfridges cannot be overlooked. Owning this calendar adds a touch of prestige to your beauty collection, making it a desirable choice for those who appreciate the finer things in life.

In Conclusion: A Luxurious Addition to Your Wishlist

In summary, the 2023 Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar is a captivating beauty journey filled with premium products and the promise of daily indulgence. Its overall worth depends on your beauty preferences, willingness to embrace surprise, and appreciation for exclusivity. Personally, I’m excited about this calendar and hope it becomes available internationally, as it’s undoubtedly a luxurious addition to any beauty lover’s Wishlist.

Ultimately, the choice is yours, and it’s an opportunity to pamper yourself or a loved one with a daily dose of beauty luxury.

What do you think of the Selfridges Beauty Advent Calendar?

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  1. O

    Wow, thank you for including information about Costa Brazil’s parent company’s problems. JVN Hair is quite a new brand and I’m sad to see it facing problems as I think the founder dreamt about his own brand for a long time and the products seemed like there was a lot of love and thought behind them. Well, I did watch a bit of the show and have a positive impression of the founder, but of course it’s very superficial.
    I suppose the products from CB and JVN are very cheap now, and easily elevate the reported value of the calendar.

    Is there any calendar this year above £100 that doesn’t containt The Rich Cream? I really think there’s none. Let’s see for Niche Beauty as they haven’t announced anything yet, but the rest, I think every single one of them has.

    I’m surprised to see Kylie Cosmetics, they don’t strike me as higher shelf, I’d totally peg them as drugstore cosmetics. I also don’t feel comfortable with supporting the brand, so I’ve never looked that way.

    I really like this calendar, it contains all the make-up I’ve wanted to try even though I have too much make-up (except for Kylie Cosmetics), so I’d gladly try. Except for the setting spray every other product I can use (although maybe nail polish is to give away because I have too many), I think I like this calendar better than Liberty.
    But the question is whether it’ll ship to more countries (yours and mine, by the looks of it) and I saw that the EUR price is €40 higher than the GBP price and I’m unhappy to pay this much more (and possibly shipping costs on top of that) just because of Brexit. It’s really discouraging.

    1. Nana

      Yeah, the prices are questionable. I doubt it will ship though as it hasn’t done so last year either if I am not mistaken.

      I also like the calendar quite a lot and you are right, the ice Cream is everywhere and has been ever since it launched really. Last year was no different and pretty sure the year before that was not either. I also like most of the makeup included but I am upset about the colour of the Lisa Eldridge lipstick. I have been meaning to try the range for a while but a red shade is the last thing I need. Why can’t they ever go for a pinkish nude – something subtle and similar to most people’s natural lip colour or at least flattering on the majority of people. I know red is one such colour, but it is way to bold and difficult to maintain/use.

      As for JVN – this is the selling brand from the parent company so who knows? Maybe they will keep this one or at least find a buyer for this one as it seems they company filed for bankruptcy. It would be a shame for Jonathan to lose his brand as he does indeed seem to care a lot about his craft.

  2. O

    In the photos, especially the second one, the Lisa Eldridge lipstick looks lighter. The Byredo lipstick looks dark, but from the swatches I gather that they’re not very pigmented. Would be helpful if Selfridges mentioned the shade names, unless they haven’t decided yet and maybe will include different shades.
    Yeah, I’ve got enough of red lipsticks and I don’t wear red lip often enough to use up even one.
    All in all, I feel discouraged, so many things either don’t ship internationally or to my country of residence, or they ship but there’s a ton of extra fees to pay. Maybe I should just stop following beauty offers from abroad and focus on the domestic ones, but the UK ones are the best 🙁

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