Every Harry Potter fan needs to know about this magical beauty collection

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Lucy Partington

Harry Potter fans get ready: this bath and beauty collection is about to make Christmas your most magical one yet.

Just when we thought our levels of Harry Potter excitement couldn’t get any higher, we find out that there’s an entire beauty range dedicated to our favourite witches and wizards.

Boots really have come through this year and, together with Warner Bros, it has conjured up an incredible collection of specially-designed hand creams, eye palettes (there’s one in each house colour FYI), make-up brush sets (they have wands as handles, obviously), there’s even a golden snitch bath bomb and a whole load more.

With a waiting list of 22,000 people, it’s the first official Harry Potter cosmetics and toiletries collection and, genuinely, the Stylist office has never been more excited.

The full range will be available online from 27 October and in 400 Boots stores (and we imagine you can buy it on your next visit to Diagon Alley, too) from 29 October – and, importantly, it’ll be part of the 3-for-2 offer so we can all fill our trunks and make Dumbledore proud.

Here are a few of the things that have shot straight to the top of our parchment…

Harry Potter Golden Snitch Fizzer Bath Bomb, £6

Harry Potter Hand Cream, £10

Harry Potter Cosmetic Purse, £10

Harry Potter Eye Shadow Palette, £12.50

Harry Potter Eye Mask, £6 (also available in Hedwig and Luna Lovegood!)

Harry Potter Sleep Mask

Harry Potter Swish and Flick Cosmetics Brushes, £20

Harry Potter Makeup Brush Set

Harry Potter Nail Polish, from £12.50

Harry Potter Nail Varnish set

Since we can’t accio the whole collection right now, you can join the waiting list here instead. Go forth, raise your wands and live out your wildest wizarding dreams. We certainly will be.

Images: courtesy of Boots UK


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Lucy Partington

Lucy Partington is Stylist’s beauty editor. She’s obsessed with all things skincare, collecting eyeshadow palettes that she’ll probably never use, and is constantly on the hunt for the ultimate glowy foundation.

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