8 Holiday Gift Sets For The Friend Obsessed With All Things Beauty

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The holidays are filled with love, nostalgia, and endless giving, but let's face it, it also presents the difficult task of having to shop for friends and family.


And it isn't enough that you have to keep their personal taste and interests in mind, but thanks to consumerism, temptation is everywhere. Alas, don't worry, we have done most of the work for you. This time we have a holiday gift guide that has everything to do with your friend or family member that's into beauty. Below are the 8 (plus a bonus) best holiday gift sets of 2018:

Tatcha Bestsellers Set, $60

Since 2009, Tatcha has been the plug for achieving porcelain-like skin. It didn't take long for the brand to become a cult favorite in the world of skincare. Just one product from Tatcha can retail over $60, so to get four mini-sized versions of their best selling products is a steal. This set includes the Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil, Polished Classic Rice Enzyme Powder, The Water Cream, and the Luminous Dewy Skin Mist.

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