If you’ve been considering new beauty products, Sephora’s sale couldn’t have come at a better time. With the holidays approaching, it’s only right that the “Holiday Sale” is here. Whether you’re an Insider or Rouge member, shoppers have 10-20% off of prestige brands. You only have until November 9th, so this list will help satisfy all of your beauty needs.
LANEIGE Lip Sleeping Mask- $22
Although they’re mostly covered by masks, your lips shouldn’t be neglected. The overnight mask helps moisturize the lips, making them soft for the morning. The ever-popular lip mask is also featured in various flavors, like the original berry and lemon sorbet.
Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant Exfoliator- $59
Radiant skin is “in” and Dermalogica will help you stay on-trend. Exfoliation helps regenerate new skin cells, revealing brighter skin. This gentle, lightweight powder also targets fine lines, uneven texture, and pores.
Fresh Rose Hydration Skincare Essentials- $63
If you’re looking to add hydration into your skincare, Fresh has you covered. Featuring its popular rose water toner and moisturizer, the kit tackles two steps in your routine. The key ingredient of hyaluronic acid helps draw moisture back into the skin. Plus, it’s one of the few sets that offer full-sized products.
Farmacy Honey Potion Renewing Antioxidant Hydration Mask- $56
Farmacy’s hydration mask would be great for the winter nights. This warming honey mask promises moisture and hydration to help renew the skin. For those environmentally conscious, its packaging is recyclable.
Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer-$30
Milk Makeup was the talk of the beauty community for a year due to this primer. The gel primer is known for its sticky texture, which grips to your foundation. This primer is great for all skin types, given its hydrating formula.
Nars Soft Matte Foundation- $40
The trend of matte makeup looks are fading but Nars found a happy-medium. This soft matte foundation provides coverage, while still giving a skin-like finish. The product is also long lasting, claiming up to 16 hours of wear time.
Pat McGrath Mega Mothership: Celestial Divinity Eyeshadow Palette-$78
There’s no better time to buy a Pat McGrath palette than now. Everyone knows the shadows are of high quality, with a high price tag to follow. But the Celestial Divinity Eyeshadow Palette might be the best one to order. It remains as the largest palette by McGrath, with 18 staple shimmers and mattes.
Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder- $39
Nothing’s worse than seeing your foundation smeared in your mask, but Laura Mercier may be to the rescue. Their setting powder helps sets your base makeup for up to 16 hours. It also comes in three shades: translucent, honey, and medium deep.
Melt Cosmetics Palettes- $58
In need of pigment? Melt Cosmetics is known for its rich colors and interesting color stories. A great starter palette is the Gemini Eyeshadow Palette—which features neutrals and olive tones.
Sol de Janeiro Bum Bum Body Scrub- $42
Sol de Janeiro’s body scrub is routinely out of stock for a reason. The Bum Bum Body Scrub softly exfoliates the body to reveal supple skin. The scrub also features a coconut scent, for those looking for tropical notes.
Sephora Perfume Sampler-$68
Instead of buying an entire fragrance bottle, try a sample box! The Sephora samplers offer 13 mini-sized perfumes ranging in popular fragrances. The best part? You can choose your favorite and redeem the certificate at any Sephora store in exchange for a free full-sized bottle.
Briogeo Merry Multi-Masking Kit- $36
Instead of trying new hair products individually, hair kits are more pocket-friendly. Briogeo’s Merry Multi-Masking Kit is a great way to try their products. The kit features two of their popular masks and the new honey bear mask. Each mask targets dryness and breakage.
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer- $399
This blow dryer is a splurge item for sure. But the Dyson Supersonic is great for all hair types and comes with styling attachments. The lightweight tool also helps cut your drying time down—its biggest selling point.
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