It used to be that getting duty free products on the pages of any newspaper or magazine was virtually impossible – the products weren’t considered accessible enough to be featured. So, if you read lots of blogs you’ll notice that WDF pops up quite a lot. It’s a very good example of effective outreach that really works and we’re able to show products that yes, are less accessible than many, but an overview of what brands do for different retail environments.
The ‘travel set’ has always been a bit of an object of beauty-lust for me – it used to (before I worked in beauty) herald the start of my holiday properly (back in the day when a two week holiday was a possibility). This set from Givenchy, the Givenchy Le Make Up Must Haves, is exactly the kind of product I’d find hard to leave behind. It’s all glamour!
There are four eye colours, two lipsticks and a teeny weeny little powder with sponge applicator. In fact, I need to say that the whole thing is very teeny-weeny – it looks much bigger in the picture than it is in reality. At £33 (World Duty Free price), I think the value isn’t bad for the product, and most of all the presentation.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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