You would have seen the Aerin Lilac Path perfume all over my blog at the moment since I got it for Christmas and I've got to say that it is one of, if not my favourite, item at the moment. Not only does it smell of flowers and reminisce of Spring, but the precious stone on the lid makes it incredibly dreamy to look at once placed on a dressing table. Perfumes always tends to have pretty packaging and Jo Malone is another example of this - Their White Jasmine and Mint Cologne is a favourite of mine at the moment.
The Becca Split Pan Blusher and Hourglass Surreal Light Palette were two of my top purchases of 2016 and it's not only for their dreamy exteriors. The Hourglass offering is contained in marble packaging and inside there are five powders that cover all of your makeup needs, from a highlighter perfect for strobing to a powder that's great for mattifying the skin naturally. The Split Pans are incredibly hard to get hold of now, so I'm going to limit how much I talk about them, all I will say is that Becca as a brand is high quality and divine.
Pretty products don't have to be enclosed in pink or rose gold packaging to make them aesthetically pleasing, in fact the Nars and Aesop exteriors are some of my favourites. The Kalahari Duo Eyeshadow Palette is a go-to of mine and looks perfect placed in my makeup bag too - A win win! If you like sleek looking packaging and luxe products then I couldn't recommend Tom Ford enough, especially their Lips and Boys Lipsticks.
Would this line up really be complete without a mention of Diptyque? Their candles are scattered throughout my home and although I only like to light them on special occasions, once I use them up, they make for the perfect beauty storage - I like to store nail vanishes or cotton buds in them!
Do you love the pretty packaging of products too?