Big applause Sephora! It’s nice to see you extending your very popular Lash Stash to include a slew of new mascaras, the Muse Approves!
Early July, Sephora released it’s first version of The Lash Stash Set for $28 USD which included seven samples of mini mascaras. After the math each mascara worked out to $4 USD each which was a rather awesome price and ideal for trying out several different mascaras before committing yourself to a single full size at prices ranging from $17-$28 USD.
The price went up slightly with the brand new version released recently however the actual cost per mascara went down. The current deal features ten mascaras at the price of $35 USD which works out to $3.50 USD per a mascara.
The kit includes mini versions of the following mascaras:
Smashbox Bionic Mascara
Sephora Atomic Volume Mascara
Vincent Longo The Curl mascara
Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes 4-in-1 Mascara
Too Faced Lash Injection Pin Point Mascara
Make Up For Ever Smoky Lash Mascara
Urban Decay Big Fatty Mascara
DuWop Lash Venom Mascara
Korres Deep Colour Mascara
Cargo Texas Lash Mascara
If the list above is anything to go by they covered quite a few brands of mascara in the kit!
If you’re the type of person who can’t make up their mind and wants it all then this kit would be for you or if you’re wanting to try out a few mascara before making the commitment to one then, again, this would be an ideal item to purchase!
All in all a rather great little kit!
The Muse likey!
Brought the previous Sephora Lash Stash?
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Previous version of Sephora Lash Stash
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How exciting! I just noticed Sephora is now carrying Dylan’s Candy Bar Re-Treat!
I’ve been to Dylan’s a few times as we have one here in the city and it’s truly quite a funky, fun experience! The line includes, obviously, candy, accessories, and bath and body goodies with a candy/foody theme!
The only items that Sephora are carrying are the Bath and Body items but that’s still pretty cool as the line is quite fun and it’s not too badly priced either.
Although I love the idea that Sephora has brought the brand in I am highly doubtful it will remain for long and I picture it ending up 50% off in 6 months to a year. As we know, think Jessica Simpson’s Dessert line, candy and food theme Bath and Body items and perfumes do not do well at Sephora. The only line that has successfully fit into this niche market would be Philosophy with the Three in One Shower Gels that are so popular with the Muse and the masses!
I imagine that Dylan’s Candy Bar Re-Treat is taking the place of Sugar Cosmetics who’s demise is currently happening at Sephora as all of it is marked down 50%!
I suspect we’ll see a few more new brands make an appearance as the Holiday sets in and January closes in. I don’t see a slew of new brands popping up but maybe two or three from now up till January!
Which is good news as it’ll mean more sales for us!
Anyway……more about Dylan’s…..
Dylan’s Candy Bar Re-Treat consists of a body scrubs, lotions, shower gels, and other candy and food scented bath and body treats!
Some of the items popping up on Sephora are:
Dylan’s Candy Bar Re-Treat Coconut Bon Bon Collection Prices Range from $8-$22 USD
Strawberry Licorice Soda Pop Shower Gel $16 USD
Candy Lip Saver Stackable Lip Balm $30 USD
Birthday Cake Batter Candy Butter Cream $22 USD
I personally haven’t tried anything from Dylan’s aside from the candy hehe but now that the bath and body line has hit Sephora you can count the Muse curious! I love really sweet candy, foody scents so this completely appeals to me!
I may check it out!
How about you?
Love candy scents?
Curious about this line?
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Want the perfect red pout for the Holiday?
Sephora Crystallized Lipstick Collector’s Edition is pretty inside and out! This limited edition lipstick comes housed in a chic black tube embellished with crystal rhinestones in matching with the Sephora Crystallized Palette.
A rather cute quirk of the product is the fact that the cap can be reused and fits most any Sephora Lipstick from the Lip Attitude range!
The lipstick is $22 USD and available now from Sephora.
I’m sure about the price but if the packaging is as pretty in person as it is online, I think it would make a rather nice gift!
Not so much?
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Sephora Atomic Volume Mascara Review
Sephora Sale Haul
I heart Sephora but……
They put this crap on sale for $4 or less and proceed to prepackage it in a ten pack for $36 USD!
Hello? Nobody wanted these to begin with when they were $16 each…..and nobody wanted them again when you marked them down to $4 each!
So why….in the world…would we want them in a 10 pack for $36 pray tell?
Oh lord, will they every learn?
I love you Sephora but please stop trying to break into the Bath and Body industry!
the Muse predicts Sephora’s Bath and Body downfall last year!
Sephora is turning 10! Happy Birthday Sephora! We all love you very, very much, particularly the Muse of course!
In honor of it’s 10 year’s providing much joy to the beauty whores of the world, Sephora is doing up some seriously awesome collections and sets that are truly a steal in a deal!
One such set that caught my eye is the Too Faced The Quickie Chronicles Mini Collection…whoa…have you seen this?
This contains 8 Too Faced Quickie Chronicle Mini Palettes for $59.10 USD
It’s a bit early to be offering gift advice but wouldn’t this be a super pressie for a good friend or the makeup lover in your life? Or yourself of course…!
With 8 palettes you can create endless looks!
I’m very tempted by this one, very!
At $59.10 USD it works out to around $7.50 USD per palette but buy this during the Sephora Friends and Family Discount and you’ll end up paying around $5.85 USD per palette! Sweet!
I may indulge…I’m very tempted by this one…very!
What do you think?
Want this collection?
Love the idea of 8 palettes for such a low price?
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