In recent years, beauty Easter eggs have soared in popularity—and we can totally see why. Brimming with luxurious skin, hair, and makeup must-haves, these bundles of joy make an eggs-cellent (ahem) gift alternative—or, let's be real, addition— to traditional chocolate eggs.
If there's a beauty obsessive in your life who's already got their Easter nails sorted and spring makeup looks planned, these beauty Easter eggs will be gifting gold. Not only are they sophisticated Easter gifts for adults, but they're also a perfect excuse to treat yourself to some cute, seasonal beauty products.
Although many eggs sold out quickly this year (as in previous years) there are still loads of the best beauty Easter eggs in stock at the moment and we've listed the best last-minute purchases you can make this year, while stocks last, below.
Whether you're shopping for a friend or yourself, take your pick from our curated edit of the best beauty Easter eggs on the market…
THE BEST BEAUTY EASTER EGGS TO BUY IN 2022
- LUSH Golden Egg: View at LUSH
- L'Occitane Beauty Easter Egg: View at Feel Unique
- Glossybox Easter Egg: View at Glossybox
- Babor Easter Egg 2022: View at Skin City
- Rituals Easter Gift Set: View at Rituals
- I Heart Revolution Surprise Mermaid Egg: View at Amazon
- Beauty Bakerie Blending Eggs: View at Feel Unique
- L'Occitane Four Mini Easter Eggs Set: View at L'Occitane
- Rituals Easter Egg Gift Set: View at LookFantastic
- EX1 Cosmetics The Beauty Egg: View at LookFantastic
- I Heart Revolution Easter Egg Face and Shadow Palette: View at Amazon
- Fizzy Fuzzy Easter Egg Bath Bombs: View at Amazon
- Procoal Seaweed Exfoliating Egg: View at Amazon
- Myvitamins Easter Beauty Box: View at Myvitamins
Beauty easter eggs, by our beauty experts
LUSH Golden Egg | RRP: £40
With only 800 LUSH Golden Eggs up for grabs, you’ll need to act fast if you want to secure one of these. Encased in a luxurious 100% recycled gold shell, this one almost looks good enough to eat (but if you're peckish, go for one of the best Easter eggs instead). Inside, you’ll find five must-try products including the Big Golden Egg Bath Bomb, Honey Lip Scrub and Easter Bunny Bubble Bar.
GLOSSYBOX Easter Egg | RRP: £35
Packed full of 12 beauty buys, you get a great bang for your buck with this beauty Easter egg. Much like the best Easter hamper ideas, this egg contains a little bit of everything to suit even the fussiest of friends. Below the lid, expect to find four full-sized beauties as well as eight deluxe minis from cult brands like Frank Body, Laura Mercier and Too Faced. Worth over £100, this one can be yours for just £35 (or £25 if you’re a subscriber).
Babor Easter Egg 2022 | RRP: £46
Beauty advent calendar meets Easter egg—this unique gift contains 14 individual ampoules behind each and every door. Suitable for all skin types and concerns, there’s Perfect Glow, Stress Control, Active Night, Lift Express and many more. Consider this a two-week skin-vestment for revitalising a tired, lacklustre complexion.
Rituals The Ritual of Mehr Easter Gift Set | RRP: £39.90
Treat a loved one to this luxurious beauty Easter egg filled with a mini-indulgent routine—including shower gel, hand balm, lip balm, and eau de parfum. Take your pick from The Ritual of Sakura (starring cherry blossom), The Ritual of Karma (featuring white tea), and The Ritual of Mehr (centered on sweet orange).
I Heart Revolution Surprise Mermaid Egg Highlighter Eye Shadows | RRP: £9.90
Looking to dial up your eyeshadow looks? Spoil yourself to this adorable Easter-inspired palette that’s home to five pigment-rich eyeshadows in bronze, blue, and emerald shades as well as two heavenly highlighters to make cheekbones pop. A total steal for under a tenner.
Beauty Bakerie Blending Eggs | RRP: £17
Consider this a practical Easter gift for the makeup junkie in your life. Housed in a traditional cardboard egg box, the contents will take them by surprise with six (yes, six!) seriously soft makeup sponges that match up to the best makeup brushes in the business. Ideal for blending your base, bronzer and highlighter—the multi-tasking tools can help create a smooth, even finish.
Rituals The Ritual of Sakura Easter Egg Gift Set | RRP: £39.90
The ideal pamper package for yourself or a loved one, this soft pink beauty Easter egg contains a foaming shower gel, a hand balm, an eau de Parfum and a lip balm. All the products are blended with a sweet and uplifting cherry blossom and rice milk aroma.
EX1 Cosmetics The Beauty Egg | RRP: £12.99
A great Easter gift for that one person who doesn’t love chocolate. This soft egg-shaped sponge seamlessly blends in foundation and concealedr for a soft-focused, velvety finish. What’s more, it comes with an egg-shaped case that protects the blender from dirt in your makeup bag. Clever!
Fizzy Fuzzy Easter Egg Bath Bombs x 6 | RRP: £13.50
The ideal Easter gift for the one who loves tub time, these colourful egg boxes contain six egg-shaped bath bombs that have been handmade by Fizzy Fuzzy in Buckinghamshire. The entire gift is plastic-free and includes four scents: blue ocean, parma violet, very berry and mellow many.
Procoal Seaweed Exfoliating Egg | RRP: £6.89
This unique Easter beauty gift is a great choice for anyone who is serious about skincare. The exfoliating bar is brimming with seaweed, organic shea butter and olive oil to slough away dulling dead skin cells while intensely moisturising skin. It’s gentle yet effective and gives you that silky soft skin finish.
Myvitamins Easter Beauty Box | RRP: £21.99
This Easter-themed beauty box contains an impressive selection of beauty supplements including collagen shots, collagen sticks and collagen powder to strengthen your hair, skin and nails. It also comes with two Beauty Bites (one salted caramel and one lemon drizzle cake) and a packet of Candy Kittens to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Emma Stoddart is a freelance beauty journalist and self-confessed skincare aficionado with over five years’ industry experience. Emma has worked for some of the UK’s top women’s titles including Net-A-Porter, Stylist and Grazia. Her experience spans online and print as well as producing editorial shoots with some of the industry’s biggest artists, including Val Garland. Asides from working with them behind the scenes, she’s also had the chance to interview the likes of Patrick Ta, Pat McGrath, and Sam McKnight for all their insider tips and tricks.
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