Beauty: Sephora Spring Haul

Fotor_146300740650919_resizedSomething came over me two weeks ago and I made a purchase from Sephora. I was in the mood for some new Spring items and couldn’t help myself. I guess that’s what happens whenever I’m “browsing” on their website.

It’s been two weeks since my order has arrived so this post will be a haul as well as a first impressions of the things I’ve had time to try.

Deborah Lippman Sweets for my Sweet SetFotor_146300773947514I like Deborah Lippman nail polishes and nothing says Spring like these pretty pastel colours. I’ve been wearing the light yellow shade on my toes for about a week and I think it’s really cute.

Nudestix #Nudelipkit 3 Piece Mini SetFotor_146300912367884I’ve been very curious about nudestix so when I saw this trio I figured it was the perfect time to give them a try. The set came with three nude sticks in a plum nude colour, Belle (matte), Pulse (gel), Mystic (cream). They are all the same colour but a different formulation. You can’t tell a difference between pulse and mystic but I like this colour on me so I’m happy that I can wear it as a matte or gloss. Belle is my standout favourite, it looks really nice on my lips and even though it’s matte, it doesn’t feel drying. It is also like adding this my cheeks for just a flush of colour. They also came in a really cute case with a sharpener included.

Caudalie Grape WaterFotor_146300757156735I wanted a new mist moisturizer and since I own other skincare products from Caudalie that I really like I figured I would give this a try. Here’s what it claims to do off the sephora website;

Grape Water has an intense hydrating ability to retain water within the skin’s corneous layer and hydrop-lipid film. Perfect for sensitive skin, it acts as an anti-inflammatory—soothing rosacea, reducing redness and sensitivity, and calming rashes. This is the perfect go-to after any harsh peels or uncomfortable irritation.

After trying this a few times, I’ve been really happy with how hydrated and fresh my skin feels afterwards. The mist is also really fine which is fantastic. I love that it’s actually made with grape water and not diluted with other ingredients and fillers, you really are getting the pure benefits of this fruit.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip PrimerFotor_146300804417946There is a primer for everything these days! I wouldn’t have ever been tempted to purchase a product like this had it not been for my sister. A few weeks ago I was wearing one of the Colourpop ultra matte lip colours (see my haul here) and she suggested I try her primer to increase the longevity of it on my lips. After noticing a difference in how my lips felt and how well my lip colour stayed on I figured I would purchase a primer for myself. The one from Anastasia was the cheapest on the Sephora website and with good reviews I figured it would be perfect to add to my collection.

Kat Von D Tatoo Liner in Mad Max BrownFotor_146300823669264I am in love with this liner! I currently own Tropper (black) so I thought I’d pick up the brown. For me, the brush applicator tip makes it really easy to apply. This is also one of the longest lasting eyeliners on me.

Anthony Exfoliating WipesFotor_146300866412426I wanted a product to exfoliate my skin and when I came across these wipes I knew I had to pick them up. I only need to exfoliate certain parts of my face, namely my t-zone area, and a wipe would be the easiest way to do that. This wipe is enriched with glycolic acid to clear away surface grime and impurities. It has really fine beads that are adhered to the cloth so you can really feel yourself removing any impurities which I really like. The cloths are really big for me since I’m only using them for targeted areas, so I have been cutting the wipe in half and using that to remove the dirt around the areas I need it most. My skin feels really clean, smooth and refreshed afterwards.

What have you tried from Sephora lately? Any stand out products that you’ve been loving?

Lots of Luv,

Dal

 

 

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