Something about the cold of December and the now-ubiquitous holiday music, we're feeling a tad… indulgent. What better time to put together all the high-end, uber-pricey beauty products we'd like to make room for in our medicine cabinets? We're happy for the folks for whom these products are an everyday buy, but us? Well, you just might see some of these on a holiday wish list or two—no better time to ask for useful-yet-extravagant things during the holidays.
Chanel Ecriture de Chanel Automatic Liquid Eyeliner
Let everyone else go ga-ga over all other things Chanel. With some practice, this liquid liner will form the perfect cat eye that will last through cry fests and all-night dance parties alike.
Chanel Ecriture de Chanel Automatic Liquid Eyeliner, $34 at Chanel.com.
Rodin Olio Lusso Face Oil
We've been craving this pricey face goop since we first heard about it (and read all its rave reviews).
Rodin Olio Lusso Face Oil, $150 at Olio Lusso.
Tom Ford Rouge Fatal Lip Color
If we're gonna really splurge on lipstick, we want to make it count.
Tom Ford Rouge Fatal Lip Color, $49 at Neiman Marcus.
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat
Classic pick and an oh-so-pretty makeup bag addition.
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat, $40 at Barneys.
CB I Hate Perfume
Granted this isn't that pricey in the world of high-end perfumes—we just really love this scent.
CB I Hate Perfume Greenbriar 1968, $14 - $100 at CB I Hate Perfume.
Dior Diorific Nail Vernis
Limited edition? Check. Neat (luxe) packaging? Check. Perfect color? Check. Pricey as all get out? You bet.
Dior Diorific Nail Vernis, $26 at Sephora.
Fresh Sugar Lip Polish
We could probably figure out a way to make this lip scrub with regular kitchen ingredients, but we want this.
Fresh Sugar Lip Polish, $22.50 at Sephora.
La Mer Creme de le Mer Ultrarich Cream
Our resolution for 2014? Perfect skin.
La Mer Creme de le Mer Ultrarich Cream, $285 at La Mer.
Guerlain Noir G Mascara
It's not really mascara unless it has a built-in mirror, now is it?
Guerlain Noir G Mascara, $50 at Nordstrom.
Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray
Sure we could grab discount spray (or, uh, baby powder) at the drugstore, but this slideshow is not for skimping!
Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, $39 at Net-a-Porter.