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Eid al-Fitr 2022 Gift Guide: 11 Presents for Anyone Who Loves Beauty, Makeup, Skincare and Fragrances

Eid al-Fitr 2022 Gift Guide: 11 Presents for Anyone Who Loves Beauty, Makeup, Skincare and Fragrances

Eid al-Fitr is a special time for everyone, and while we are almost past the halfway point of this Ramadan month, there is nothing better than prepping  for the celebration of the new moon by choosing gifts for the most special people in your life. After the period of fasting, Eid is a time to come together and share good times with friends and family. Make 2022’s Eid al-Fitr memorable with gifts that loved ones are sure to remember forever. Below, Vogue Arabia’s beautify gift edit for Eid al-Fitr 2022.
Loewe Paula’s Ibiza Electric EDT

Treat friends with this eccentric Eau de Toilette from Loewe this Ramadan. The woody floral scent is inspired by the Ibizan Balearic Islands known for its playful spirit, and a fragrance like this one should suit the friend who is usually the first to want to get together and celebrate after the long fasting month.
Aesop Aganice Aromatique Candle

Candles are always a lovely gift idea to give during Eid, and luxury brand Aesop’s latest Aganice Aromatique candle is described as “a place of many mythologies”. Inspired by historical Grecian stories, the enchanting scent includes a seductive clove and mimosa scent, with a hint of tobacco.
Lush Light the Night Bath Set

Why not celebrate the new moon with this beautifully wrapped gift box from Lush? The full set includes a decadent Sticky Dates Shower Gel and Light the Night lantern-shaped bath bomb. The cruelty-free brand has a whole range of gifts dedicated to the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Sunday Riley Pro Vitamin C Kit

A kit with a zesty kick to gift to skin care lovers this Eid, Sunday Riley’s pro-vitamin set promises to hydrate and illuminate skin whilst reducing the appearance of dark spots and pigmentation. This multi-piece kit includes a vitamin C serum, face oil, moisturizer and an eye cream, which will work as great skin saviora after the fasting period.
Gisou Honey Infused Hair Care

Gisou’s four-piece hair care set, enriched with honey extracts, makes an unforgettable Ramadan gift. This sustainable brand may be relatively new to the market, but is sure to turn heads for those seeking luscious locks. Gisou’s rich ingredients include Mirsalehi honey, almond oil and coconut oil, which are all staples for healthy hair.
Sephora’s Collectible Edition Special Gift Set

Designed by award-winning Saudi artist Fida Al Hussan, who is renowned for her story telling, this Ramadan special gift set includes seven items from brands including Make Up For Ever, Huda Beauty, Tarte, and more. In a nutshell, the perfect gift for makeup lovers this Ramadan.
Guerlain Epices Exquises EDP

Inspired by an ode to the East, this seasoned fragrance is influenced by the aroma of coffee. The spicy blend of pepper and cardamom give the scent a unique tribute to Arabic cultures. Accented with gold packaging, the bottle honers the tonal sands of the desert, and couldn’t be more apt for Eid.
La Prairie  Skin Caviar Eye Cream

Skin can look worse for wear when drastic changes have been made to sleep patterns and diet, and the first skin issue to arise is likely to be puffy dark circles due to low water intake and lack of sleep. La Prairie’s caviar extract eye cream is designed to firm the under eye and reduce dark circles with ginseng and hyaluronic acid.
Myriam.K Paris Ramadan Kareem Box Set

Another beauty set dedicated to this special time, the Myriam. K Paris seven-piece gift box is packed with hair goodies.  This luxurious set includes hair care and supplements including a power mask, detoxifying hair oil, and a supply of vegan hair vitamins. If that wasn’t enough, a beard oil is also part of the set—a great mini gift to make the men feel just as special.
Beautifect Makeup Organizer

With  the Beautifect makeup organizer, it might be time to throw away any unnecessary or old makeup. The compact organizer has LED light features with five color modes and brightness settings, making it travel-friendly for the friend who loves going away during Eid.
Rituals Oud Candle Collection

A gift worth lighting every day, the Rituals Arabian-inspired candles last up to 50 hours once lit. The aromatic fragrance of the oudh and patchouli candle is enriched in rich spices, and comes in deep black and gold packaging that makes it the ideal gift for new homeowners, and iftar hosts.

Sephora Brings Back Sephoria, Flannels to Host Virtual Festival

Sephora Brings Back Sephoria, Flannels to Host Virtual Festival

As the pandemic ebbs and flows, brands and retailers are proving that virtual events are a constant in their marketing strategies.Sephora is bringing back Sephoria in its first virtual iteration on Sept. 18. Now called Sephoria: Virtual House of Beauty, it will include players such as Danessa Myricks, Patrick Ta, Shani Darden, Jackie Aina, Hyram Yarbro and Jonathan Van Ness, among others. It is the first festival from the retailer since 2019.
Other experiences will include virtual photo booths, virtual games with the opportunity to win Sephora merchandise and workouts courtesy of Obé Fitness.
Attendees can register for free at sephoria2021.com, and two separate experience boxes are available to purchase for $40 each. The former includes full-size products from Rare Beauty, Danessa Myricks Beauty, Amika and The Inkey List; the second includes full-size items from Tatcha, Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, Saie, Item Beauty and Selfless by Hyram.

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“In 2021, we felt it was important to have a moment of joy with our clients and we’ve worked hard to re-create the special Sephoria environment our clients know and love by delivering an unmatched virtual experience that they can enjoy free, from anywhere. We look forward to welcoming back clients into the (virtual) world of Sephoria,” said Deborah Yeh, chief marketing officer at Sephora, in a statement to WWD.
Among other players in the virtual events space is Flannels Beauty, which is hosting a four-day virtual festival. It is the first time Flannels has produced a beauty festival, and each day will feature a master class with a different beauty entrepreneur. It is part of the retailer’s larger strategic play for the beauty consumer, having just launched beauty last month.
The participants include makeup artist and brand founder Patrick Ta, skin care brand founder Irene Forte, Morphe director of artistry Nicole Faulkner and Flannels Beauty Ambassador Jamie Genevieve.
Wander Beauty has also announced the first National Baggage Claim Day. In celebration of the brand’s best-selling Baggage Claim Eye Masks, which the brand has sold over 13 million pairs of worldwide, it is streaming a live giveaway from the Allure Store in New York of a year’s supply of the masks. It is also releasing exclusive sizes of the products with retail partners such as Nordstrom.
As previously reported by WWD, QVC/HSN is also bringing back Beauty Bash in its first digital format. It will take place on Sept. 18, and includes speakers such as Josie Maran, Katie Sturino and State Of founder Stacy London.
“Our panels will cover important topics like clean beauty and inclusivity,” said Bridget Love, vice president and general merchandise manager of beauty merchandising at QVC and HSN, to WWD. “We’ll hear from the beauty founders about beauty at any age, beauty disruptors, as well as new brands you should know. There will also be giveaways throughout the event.”
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