The sell-out Lookfantastic beauty egg is back, filled with £230 worth of products for just £65!


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We love their beauty boxes and who doesn't get excited when the Lookfantastic beauty advent calendar drops every year - but an Easter egg filled with beauty products takes it to a whole new level.

Whether you're a skincare junkie, or have a particular fetish for the best mascaras or trying all the best eye creams you'll be excited about Lookfantastic's sell-out beauty egg.

The pretty pink egg has six luxury products inside, from brands including Elemis and Eve Lom so you're sure to get your money's worth.


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The egg brings you big savings - if you bought all the products separately you'd be spending £230, but the beauty gem, which launches on Monday, is priced at just £65.

Four years in a row the egg has sold out - and while the egg was gold last year it's been given a very pink makeover for 2021.

Once you've cracked open the egg you'll find six luxury products including Rodial's Dragon's Blood Eye Cream, Elemis' Pro-Collagen Marine Oil, Deigo Dalla Parma The Lipstick, an Eve Lom Gel Balm Cleanser, plus two more products from Kerastase and Colorwow.


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Look Fantastic are known for their sell-out advent calendars. Last year's offering, which was available from October, was filled with beauty goodies up to the value of £450.

While 2020's Beauty Egg was also a massive hit for the company and contained products from L’Occitane, Lush, L'Oreal Paris and TonyMoly.

This year's egg goes on sale on Monday - but you better be quick as it's bound to sell out fast.

Sarah Finley

Sarah is a freelance journalist - writing about the royals and celebrities for Woman & Home, fitness and beauty for the Evening Standard and how the world of work has changed due to the pandemic for the BBC. 


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