100 year anniversary lipstick, £18.00, Elizabeth Arden

Elizabeth Arden is one of the greatest beauty innovators of all time, and we are set to celebrate 100 years of the Elizbeth Arden beauty brand with this gorgeous limited edition lipstick, which is exclusive to House of Fraser. The Anniversary lipstick comes in Red Door Red and is a tribute to Elizabeth Arden’s trademark shade and famous Fifth Avenue red door. The lipstick and packagaing has a real 1940s feel and will appeal to every woman’s inner vixen. Red lipstick has a long history from  ancient Babylonian women to Queen Elizabeth I, right through to the suffrage movement of the early 1900s of which Elizabeth Arden herself was a part. Even today the allure and confidence that a slick of red lipstick brings cannot be questioned.

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Eight Hour gift set celebrating 100 years, £29.00, Elizabeth Arden

But it’s not just gorgeous red lipsticks we have to celebrate 100 years of Elizabeth Arden. We also have a fab 100th Anniversary set containing the cult skincare classic Eight Hour cream skin protectant and two Eight Hour cream lip protectant pots.

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But wait, that’s not all, we’ve also got this fab gift set which you can have at a fraction of the recommended retail price. The centenary vintage vanity traincase is not only gorgeous but is packed full of goodies, it includes: Vintage Inspired Makeup Compact; 4 eyeshadows in Jewel, Peach Dust, Topaz, Sun & cheekcolour in Golden Rose, Ceramide Gold Ultra Restorative Capsules Face/throat 30 caps, Ceramide PP Ultra Lift and Firm Moisture Cream SPF 30, Prevage Face Advanced High Performance AA Serum, Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant and Pretty Elizabeth Arden EDP Spray

This set is worth a whopping £121, but you can get it for £40 when you spend £30 or more on Elizabeth Arden products, sometimes we really are too generous.

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