The Harvey Nichols Beauty Gift: Bag Spill!

harvey nichols luxury beauty gift

There’s a very nice gift with purchase running at Harvey Nichols* – the (extremely smart) toiletries bag they’re giving away is quite literally bursting with beauty products, many of them full size. I’m still working through the things from the last Harvey Nics gift, but this one, I think, is even more generous and exciting. So exciting that I couldn’t resist doing a “bag spill” photo (above) with all of the brilliant bits and pieces. There’s everything from cleanser to lipstick, from luxury eyeliner to apothecary-brand facial spritz.

Highlights in this beauty gift include a full size MAC Skinfinish powder, which gives a gorgeous glow (I used it yesterday!), Eyeko brow gel, a Lipstick Queen jumbo lip pencil (in a very vampish red), a big bottle of Aloe, Herbs & Rosewater facial spray from Mario Badescu and the Strobing Stick from Iconic London, who seem to be cleaning up at the moment when it comes to mega-watt highlighters. Oh, and one of the new Dry Sheet Masks from Charlotte Tilbury – I have a review on that coming up soon!

harvey nichols luxury beauty gift

I’m pleased to see a lovely glass bottle of the Queen of Hungary Mist from Omorovicza, which is one of my favourite products of all time, and a hefty 100ml tube of Clarins Moisture-Rich Body Lotion. Strangely, there’s also a Nars Blush, Contour and Lip Palette, which I seem to remember being a limited edition a couple of years ago – it cost £35 and had rave reviews. It seems like a slightly odd thing to land in there, but who’s complaining? It’s a brilliant little collection – everything you need for your cheeks as well as a lipgloss – and the bronzer shade, Laguna, is a suit-all classic.

You can see the full product list below – I’ve tried to add in more detail where possible, including sample size and the value of full size items, but Harvey Nichols say that the equivalent total value of the gift is around £600. The gift is free to Rewards customers (you can download the Rewards by Harvey Nichols app for free) with the purchase of three or more beauty products totalling a minimum of £195.

So, if you need to stock up on any luxuries (or essentials, for that matter!) then now’s the time to do it… You can find out more info or shop for your beauty bits HERE*.

Harvey Nichols

Iconic London Strobing stick – full size, shade “SHINE”, worth £24.99
Revitalash Java eyeliner – full size
Dr PawPaw Original Balm – 10ml
Lipstick Queen Lip Jumbo Pencil in Cupids Bow – full size worth £20
Chelsea Beautique Brow Mascara – full size
Code Beautiful Code FFL Forget Fake Lashes
Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist – 30ml deluxe glass bottle worth £25
Mario Badescu Facial spray, full size 118ml worth £7.50
Lisa Franklin Pro-Effect Luminescent Base – 3ml sample
This Works In Transit Camera Close Up – 20ml
Benefit PoreFessional – sample (this doesn’t appear on the HN list!)
Dermalogica Pre Cleanse – sample
Rodial Smokey Eye Pen – full size
Sisley Face Cream Sample
Trish McEvoy Instant Eye Lift, full size worth £24
Clarins Moisture Rich Body Lotion, 100ml tube
ESPA Nourishing Lip Treatment, full size worth £19
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Lightscapade, full size worth £24.50
MAC Brush – 129SH
Laura Mercier Deluxe Velour Lip colour – mini in “Sensual”, which is a pinky-nude
Cover FX Click Stick and Cream Enhancer, worth £3 and £15
NARS Narsissist Blush, contour and lip palette – worth £35
Hourglass Highlighter – sample
Charlotte Tilbury Dry Sheet Mask, one, full size
Eyeko David Downton Brow Gel – full size, worth £15
La Mer Facial and Mini Eye Concentrate – voucher is for a 60 minute special brightening treatment
Ex Nihilo Travel Vial in Pouch
Aromatherapy Associates Revive Morning Oil Rollerball, worth £16
BareMinerals Skin Longevity – sample

(Please note that not all of the products are included in my photographs and that my products varied ever so slightly from the ones listed on the HN website. I’ve indicated this in the list above.

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