June 28, 2019

10 Fabulous Things You Can Buy at Sephora This Weekend

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Summer is here but and there’s a little lull in the makeup world as we brace for the Fall 2019 releases but none the less there’s still plenty of new and yummy skincare, makeup, and beauty picks around every corner!

Here’s 10 of ’em you can buy right now at Sephora!

Sephora Super Matte Moisturizer $16
Summer=Oily skin! Hydrate and smooth while mattifying skin and keeping shine at bay with this new lightweight moisturizer!

Viseart RosΓ© EDIT Eyeshadow Palette and Warm EDIT Eyeshadow Palette $39
My little eye spies the new Rose and Warm Edit Eyeshadow Palettes at Sephora! Beautylish had first dibs on these 12-Pan Eyeshadow Palettes but they finally arrived at Sephora and you can grab one or both there now!

Briogeo Banana + Coconut Superfoods Shampoo & Conditioner Hair Pack $48
It’s Summer so of course I want my a banana and coconut shampoo and conditioner! The potassium and antioxidants in banana act to nurture and protect hair while the fatty acids and vitamin E hydrate it for smooth, shiny hair!

Givenchy Ombre Interdite Liquid Eyeshadow $33
A new line of cream eyeshadows that promise an all day wear!

Primera 10-Seed Nourishing Modeling Mask $22
Primera Skincare launched at Sephora quite recently and their modeling mask is one of the first things I decided to try! This oil-essence rubber mask leaves skin soft, smooth, and well hydrated!

Maison Margiela Replica Memory Box $35
It’s back! The awesome Replica Fragrance Sampler is back with 10 samples of a variety of different Replica perfumes including the newest, Under the Lemon Trees!

Sephora The 2 in 1 Oil Mask $6
Just because it’s Summer doesn’t mean dry, dehydrated skin gets a break! This new aloe vera oil infused formula soothes nurtures the skin in as little as one minute.

Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Base Primer $26
It’s Summer and I bet your eyeshadow needs a little bit of a boast to keep it wearing long and strong. Maybe Natasha’s new formula might do the trick! Available in two shades this light, creamy liquid eye primer ensures eyeshadows stay in place all day and provides a matte finish for those oily lids!

Sephora Crystal Facial Roller Set $34
Obsessed with facial rollers? How about the healing power of crystals? This new natural stone facial roller from Sephora contains three interchangeable heads: rose quartz, amethyst, and jade that act to sooth and depuff skin for a smoother appearance!

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Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • kimkats

    that roller set looks more like a Queen’s scepter – I’d be waving that around shouting “OFF with their heads!” πŸ˜€ I must be hitting the skincare/ makeup saturation point; right now, other than the Happy foundation (I still haven’t gotten to try the new one yet!) I feel the need for nothing…..

    The CG stuff in the post below looks kinda purty…. I hope they come out with a fall toned one later on- I’d be all over that one! We shall see….

    • Isabella Muse

      LOL sounds like a plan to me! ;-D can I play Red Queen too?

  • Krastins

    “The healing power of crystals” LOL

    Sometimes I get so mad at beauty companies taking advantage of the ignorance of people. There’s no scientific proof that any of these help, so save your money. You wouldn’t buy an expensive skincare product that didn’t have scientific proof of results.

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m not much of a healing stone/gem believer either!