I have always heard such good things about the Margaret Dabbs brand so I was excited to try out two of the Christmas gifting options this year, both of which are beautifully packaged and super festive! Each of these beauty treats is under £15 which I think is very affordable for such great quality products, I can't wait to try out some more products from the brand next!
I always love beauty baubles and Margaret Dabbs has the Fabulous Nail Polish Christmas Tree for £14 which you can choose from a huge selection of shades to have inside your Christmas tree bauble. I really like that they have such a big selection of shades to choose from as with some other brands with this type of stocking filler or gift, they only have a shade or two available and I prefer having the choice! The shade I have is launching soon and it is a lovely blacked blue metallic kind of shade which I love on the nails, especially during the winter months.
I have been really impressed with this nail polish and it even has a rose scent once the polish had dried on the nails - how cool is that! The nail polishes from Margaret Dabbs are treatment rich with Vitamin E and Wild Rose Botanical Extract to help strengthen and protect the nails. I never use a base or top coat when I paint my nails but this nail polish held up very well for around 4-5 days on my terrible conditioned nails. These nail polishes are also free from any harsh chemicals.
The Nourishing Nail & Cuticle Serum Fabulous Cracker is another great little gift, this would be great as a table present! Inside the cracker is the serum which is the perfect size for any handbag. I always suffer from such dry nails and cuticles so I couldn't wait to try this and I have been very impressed with it. The serum has been formulated with Emu and Tea Tree Oils to help treat, strengthen, protect and hydrate. This has really helped inject some hydration back into my cuticles and they are looking so much better than they did before!
You can view the full Christmas collection from Margaret Dabbs - HERE.
This post contains press samples, all opinions are my own.