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Festive Gift Ideas & Bargain Alert: Benefit Cheeky Sweet Spot



Every year it's a tough choice between Benefit and Soap & Glory for my favourite festive Gift Sets. Both are usually super cute with great range but this year I think Benefit have the edge with their Sweet Shoppe range. The tin cases have been designed to look like little houses, complete with removable roof for portability, so that when you collect them (and you WILL want to collect them) it looks like a little village. Amazing.


My personal favourite amongst the Benefit range is Cheeky Sweet Spot. I picked it up last time I visited House Of Fraser and I'm in love. Not only is it packed with gorgeous blushes, the best bronzer ever, Hoola, & the now discontinued Bella Bamba but at £29.50 it's also a flippin bargain that's so ridiculous it actually made me do math. 

And then it made me make a spreadsheet to display the math because I couldn't believe just how great it was. 

Don't believe me? 


BAM £73.02!!! That's what you save when you pick up this beauty and its a saving I've thoroughly enjoyed making. 



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  1. That spreadsheet made me cry with pride.

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    1. I have one for every other Benefit gift set too lol. This was the best saving though

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