FD Presents: Stocking Fillers

FD Presents: Stocking Fillers


Looking to pick up a few last-minute stocking fillers before the big day? Today we’re showing you a selection of our favourite products from the site, with everything costing less than £10 each! There’s everything from a lavender pamper kit to a velvet manicure set, so we’re sure you’ll find something for that special person – even if that special person happens to be yourself..







Travalo Refillable Atomiser Spray | £6.99
The Travalo is pretty much perfect for anyone that loves to travel, as it fits so easily into any luggage bag. Heading out this festive season? Why not pick one up for yourself and pop it in your clutch bag for those unexpected moments.
Bayliss & Harding Just Deserts | £9.99
This set is perfect for anyone with a bit of a sweet tooth. The products smell exactly like you’d imagine – ridiculously sweet and utterly gorgeous. They also come in a really handy bag that’s perfect as a wash bag on the go.
Ciate Velvet Manicure in Mink | £4.99
Want to make a statement this Christmas? The Ciate Manicure sets are the way to go if you want to add life to your nails (or someone else’s). This specific set comes with a gorgeous lilac grey polish and some velvet decorations to match.
W7 In The Buff Eye Colour Palette | £4.99
This palette is almost an identical dupe for the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette, but of course it comes at a fraction of the price. The shades range includes anything from a matte black to a shimmery gold, so it’s perfect for the Christmas parties.
Rose & Co Bath Fancies | £6.99
These bath fancies are the perfect way to inject a bit of luxury into your bath and – of course – they smell simply amazing. They’re also great for softening the skin thanks to their shea butter content.
Grace Cole Lavender Apothecary Happy Feet Gift Set | £8.99
The Grace Cole gift set is perfect for anyone in your life that deserves a bit of a pamper. The kit comes complete with a pair of fluffy slippers and two large bottles of foot scrub and cream. Utter bliss.
OPI Natural Ridge Filler | £6.75
Know someone that loves to paint their nails? Think of this OPI base coat as a vital ingredient to the perfect manicure. It does what it says on the tin and completely gets rid of any uneven texture on the nails!
Possibility Vanilla Creme Brulee 3 in 1 Formulation | £1.50
The Possibility bath products are always a winner because of their good-enough-to-eat scent. This one in particular smells exactly like Vanilla Creme BrǯlǸe. Delish!
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Party, Chill, Refresh: 3 Looks of Christmas

Party, Chill, Refresh: 3 Looks of Christmas


With the inspo, tips and trends to see you through Christmas Eve partying and Christmas Day relaxing in style, Fragrance Direct is playing Santa this month, bringing the makeup looks you need to try. Oh, and where would we be without some clever post-indulgence pick-me-ups for Boxing Day? It’s going to be a pretty hot Christmas’



Christmas Eve | It’s time to party!
You want to make an impact and we’ve got the just the thing: glitterball lips.
OK, it’s bold and it’s high-maintenance, but if you can’t do it on the most festive night of the year, when can you?
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How to: It’s simpler than you’d think: just apply your favourite gloss or satin lippie (we love Rimmel Apocalips Lip Lacquer for a bold and beautiful base colour) then simply use your finger to press loose glitter onto your pout. Perfect!
Want high-impact eyes instead? The cat-eye flick got an update on the catwalks this season, as stipple-effect liner took centre stage.
How to: Try the avant-garde trend championed by the likes of Lavin by applying a black gel liner all over your upper eyelid, using the brush to blend it out in a jagged edge towards your brow. Work the trend with pared-down nude lips and sleek hair to balance out its rebellious side. We’ll be adding a hint of sparkle for some extra festive spirit.



Christmas Day | Perfectly pretty with minimal effort!
There are presents to open and we’re impatient. Bring on those multitasking products!
It’s time to BB beautify or CC get seriously flawless. With a sheerer formula than traditional foundations, these wonder-creams get you looking perfect in seconds and you can pretty much apply them as you tear open your presents. Kind of.
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How To: We’ll be smoothing on colour correction creams to counter any redness or, if all that Christmas Eve excitement has left our skin in a little more need, Rimmel’s BB Cream 9 in 1 Super Makeup to prime, moisturise, minimise pores, conceal, cover, smooth, mattify, brighten and protect our skin. Phew! That’s more than we’ll be doing this Christmas Day’
Ethereal eyes are all over the catwalks, and thanks to the light shades and soft, smudgy application technique they necessitate, they’re the perfect still-half-asleep makeup look to go for. We’ll be reaching for lightly iridescent shades in brown, taupe and beige (with Bobbi Brown’s Metallic Eye Shadow in Champaign Quartz being our hands-down favourite) because it is the perfect time for sparkle, after all.



Boxing Day | We may not feel great, but that won’t stop us from looking great!
Cue the pick-me-up products!
Our skin will need a treat by now so we’ll be reaching for the face masks and exfoliators to pamper and remove dulling dead skin cells. Elemis Tri-Enzyme Resurfacing Gel Mask is essentially heaven-sent if you’re feeling a little lack lustre.
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How To: After over-indulgence, not enough water-sipping and generally having too much of a good time, it’s days like this that we could kiss our foundation bottles we’re so grateful for them. If you’re yet to discover that feeling, we suggest you give Revlon’s Colourstay 24H Foundation a go in time to deal with Boxing Day dullness.
Brighten up in a flash by swirling a blusher over the apples of your cheeks. Ta dah! – instantly healthy and well-rested. If your eyes are giving the game away, grab a white eye liner and use it on your lower lash line for a wide-awake look in seconds.



How are you planning on spending the holidays?