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Every year in the run-up to Christmas, many people get a festive calendar to count down the days to the main event.
And it’s not just chocolate behind those doors any more. Oh no. From high-end skincare treasure troves filled with retinol and cleansers to premium jewellery calendars, they come in all shapes and sizes. Some offer a full, advent-worthy complement of 24 days of gifts; others - like our very own Latest & Greatest kit - are supercharged with 12 days of luxury.
But with so many differing advent calendars to choose from, the question is: which makes you feel most festive? Or when that numbered door opens, has the best ability to make your day? To put it to the test, we want to hire our first-ever official festive calendar tester to trial this year’s most luxury calendars.
Yes - really! You can now get paid to test luxury Christmas calendars. And you get to keep all the goodies inside each one.
The role will involve testing out five calendars worth over £1,000 in total and getting paid £300 to rate and review each one.
Find out how to apply below.
BEAUTY PIE’s Latest & Greatest: 12 products, plus some additional surprises for beauty lovers, our 12-day countdown is brimming with deluxe classics - old and new. It has everything from plumping moisturisers to comforting candles.
Astrid & Miyu 12-Day Advent Calendar: This limited-edition set is perfect for those who love exquisite jewellery. Worth over £600, it's one of the most sought-after calendars on the market this year.
Hotel Chocolat Large Advent Calendar: Renowned for top quality and ethically-sourced cocoa, chocolate doesn’t get much more luxe than Hotel Chocolat. This countdown offers their best-sellers, plus festive treats and tiny tipples.
Cartwright & Butler Advent Calendar: This is the time of year for eating your favourite foods and consuming ALL the cheese and biscuits - so this is the perfect calendar for those who want to try new chutneys and snacks in the run-up to Christmas.
Fortnum & Mason Tea Filled Wooden Calendar: Yes, we all love a classic English breakfast tea, but nothing is more boujee than a 24-option tea menu from luxury connoisseurs, Fortnum and Mason.
Interested? You can find the full job details and how to apply below.
As part of the job you will be required to:
Test out all five luxury calendars
Rate each calendar out of 10 (based on various factors; including, how festive it made you feel, the quality of the products included, and the quality of the packaging)
Review each one - give details on how festive did it make you feel and how excited you were to open each door
Share all your feedback on 24th December
BEAUTY PIE is looking for the ultimate Christmas lover for this role; somebody who goes all out for the big day every single year. The following skills and expertise would be advantageous for the role:
You’re the family member who wakes everyone else up on the morning of the 25th
Familiar with lots of different types of Christmas calendars beyond the traditional chocolate offerings
A luxe-lover - as all the seasonal countdowns included will be super luxury
You’ll have an infectious love of the festive period
Entries are now open and you can apply via the form below
The application form will be closed on 27th November 2022, 11:59pm and any entries submitted after that point will not be included
Make sure your application form fully conveys how much you love this time of year and why you think you are the best person for the job - the more (detail) the merrier!
The closing date is 27th November 2022 at 11:59pm. Any submissions after this date will not be considered for the role.
This is not an offer of full time employment.
The winner must be over 18 years old.
Duplicate applications will not be counted.
Winners will be selected at random and will be contacted on the week commencing 28th November 2022.
Competition open to applicants globally where luxury festive calendars are available
Entry to this competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.
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