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Estée Lauder Holiday Advent Calendar – Available Now!

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The Estée Lauder Holiday Countdown Set is available now!

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The Box: Estée Lauder Holiday Advent Calendar

The Cost: $275

The Products:

  • Bronze Goddess Mini Bronzer Compact Medium
  • Advanced Night Micro Cleansing Balm, 7ml.
  • Revitalizing Supreme + Global Anti-Aging Cell Power Creme, 15ml.
  • New Dimension Sculpt + Glow Mask, 15 ml.
  • New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum, 4 ml.
  • Advanced Night Repair Eye Synchronized Complex II, 5 ml
  • Micro Essence Skin Activating Treatment Lotion, 15 ml.
  • Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II, 15ml.
  • Advanced Night Repair Intensive Recovery Ampoules (10 ampoules)
  • 2 Pure Color Nail Lacquers, 5ml
  • 3 Mini Pure Color Envy Lipsticks
  • Pure Color Envy Sculpting Lacquer, 4.6ml
  • 2 Pure Color Envy Lip Glosses, 4.6ml
  • Sumptuous Infinite Daring Length + Volume Mascara, 2.8ml
  • Sumptuous Knockout Defining Lift And Fan Mascara, 2.8ml
  • Little Black Primer,2.8ml
  • Modern Muse, 4ml
  • Modern Muse Le Rouge, 4ml
  • Modern Muse Le Rouge Gloss, 4ml
  • Brow Now Stay-in-Place Brow Gel (Clear)

Are you grabbing one?

And check out all of the Beauty Advent Calendars available! And all Holiday 2016 Advent Calendars, too!

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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19 Comments

  1. If you do a search on the word Advent you’ll find all the calendars listed on MSA, most are related to beauty – but there are a few others out there.

  2. It’s just full of samples… no thank you ! This is ridiculous. If you shop at any dept store or even ulta, they give you free beauty samples

  3. I would love to see them do a good treat calendar..not cheap candy.I would pay for that.

    • Like a Harry&David or some small batch food company advent calendar? Yes! Although I’m allergic to nuts so I’d be super bummed out if half of it had stuff I couldn’t eat.

    • Lindt isn’t super high end but they do a really nice candy advent calendar. it’s hard to find, however. and the pieces for each day are not tiny. The best part if they put items in there you can’t find in stores so it feels a bit more special. And Starbucks, believe it or not, has a nice treat advent calendar every year. Last year’s was a magnetic board with small, round, magnetic cups for each day. Another year it was a very solid cardboard tree that had small boxes for each day. You would turn the box around each day and when it was done on the 24th it revealed a beautiful winter scene. I’ve used that box again filling it with my own treats.

  4. It looks beautiful and would super fun to open during the holidays but it’s just too overpriced. I wish they would make some more reasonably priced advent calendars that still have quality products.

  5. Can I just say that if anyone spent nearly $300 on a calendar that features products you can get for free with purchase any other time of the year, I would cut all contact with them!

    $300 for a sampler is ridiculous! You can buy luxury makeup with that money…a nice purse…heck…designer shoes!

    I can’t imagine these advent calendars being attractive to a very large market.

    • You’d be surprised what people are willing to do with their money :).

    • I completely agree! I can’t imagine spending Hundreds of dollars for a single box of samples either, even with the trendy present-a-day aspect. If I had that kind of money to burn through I’d be getting the PS NM box or something more extravagant…or full sized products from these companies in the scents and colors I actually want to wear.

    • If you watch for GWPs and PWPs, and buy sets of products, you could probably get more Estee Lauder stuff for $300 than you would get in the calendar, anyway (or quite possibly for less).

      • Right?? I could make my own freaking advent calendar with all the GWP stuff I have from them haha.

        • Ha! What a awesome idea, making an advent calendar with all the tons of extra samples I have!

          • There’s a post on here on MSA with the instructions how to make your own advent calendar, Liz and Emily made one, it was adorable.

    • I agree it’s overpriced, but they are not all sample sizes. Some are full. I love the Modern Muse fragrance and their Sumptuous mascara is my holy grail but I won’t pay that much. Advent calendars used to be filled with treats for kids, now they are just another money grab by big corporations.

      • There are still chocolate Advent calendars and other ones not related to beauty. You just have to look for them since I don’t think there is a MSA equivalent site out there.

  6. Has anyone found any non beauty calendars? I’d love to find a lifestyle type calendar.

    • Ooh, me, too.

    • That would be awesome. Like a Popsugar calendar!

      • Yes! It would be nice to see one at a lower price point, too!

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