BEAUTY: Top 5 From Sephora Australia.

Sephora is still relatively new to Australia and seems to be constantly expanding their product range and increasing their online presence as well as the variety of brands they stock. There has been a huge increase in the number of stores in Australia and they are still constantly expanding, so be sure to check the website for the store closest to you. Having one 5 minutes from my house now has been ultra tempting, but makes it very convenient for me to pick up products whether they be new or old.

Marc Jacobs – O!Mega Bronzer ‘Tantastic’ $72AUD:

https://www.sephora.com.au/products/marc-jacobs-beauty-o-mega-bronze-coconut-perfect-tan/v/tan-tastic

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Marc Jacobs has been creating some really incredible products lately, and this bronzer originally from the coconut collection last year has gone straight into my every day must use product category. A buildable bronzer with a natural appearance on the skin, without looking muddy or being too pigmented that it’s difficult to use. A serious favourite of mine, and despite the hefty price tag, this bronzer is genuinely huge so can actually be justified in purchasing thanks to the size.

Fenty Beauty – Pro Filt’r Foundation ‘210’ $50AUD:

https://www.sephora.com.au/products/fenty-pro-filtr-soft-matte-longwear-foundation/v/100

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Super hyped foundation, very well deserving. Huge 40 colour shade range with a natural matte finish and medium-full coverage that can be buildable if desired, or sheered out when used with a sponge. Love the shade range, the packaging and the coverage. The longevity coupled with the coverage of this foundation makes it really incredible. Other than super dry, I can’t see this not working for many skin types.

Anastasia Beverly Hills – Dip Brow Pomade ‘Dark Brown’ $32AUD:

https://www.sephora.com.au/products/anastasia-dipbrow-pomade/v/blonde

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A long time classic in my makeup routine that I have repurchased repeatedly, my favourite eyebrow product ever. I love how easy it is to create a flawless brow with this product, but it can become really excessive if you’re not careful, so definitely be light-handed when using the product and focus on small strokes. The natural texture this gives a hair like appearance while being waterproof, so they’re not budging, also comes in a variety of shades to suit anyone’s hair colour.

Becca Cosmetics – Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed ‘Opal’ $64AUD:

https://www.sephora.com.au/products/becca-shimmering-skin-perfector-pressed/v/opal

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A classic of the beauty community that never ceases to amaze me. The shade ‘Opal’ is by far my favourite and always looks beautiful on the skin. A gorgeous highlighter that doesn’t increase the appearance of texture on the skin, but instead adds a stunning sheen to the skin and makes a gorgeous inner eye highlight. Another product with multiples available in their shade range meaning that most skin tones will be able to enjoy this product.

Anastasia Beverly Hills – Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette $75AUD:

https://www.sephora.com.au/products/anastasia-beverly-hills-modern-renaissance-eye-shadow-palette/v/default

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ABH palette releases always seem to come thick and fast, creating all kinds of hype regarding their shades and the quality of the shadows. There are so many released that it can become overwhelming to the consumer regarding which palettes to try, the Modern Renaissance was the talk for a while, but has since become forgotten about. In my eyes, this and the Soft Glam are two gorgeous palettes with super wearable shades, and in my experience, the Modern Renaissance palette performs beautifully, the shades are so easy to work with and the colour combinations are very easy to envision.

Thank you as always for reading, and please let me know what your favourite product from Sephora is that you think everyone should be using.

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