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September 7, 2018

The Coolest New Products I Found On Sephora.com This Week Episode 5

On the off chance that you don’t have a shopping hangover from the Beauty Insider Appreciation sale, here are the coolest new products I found at Sephora this week.

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The Coolest New Products I Found On Sephora.com This Week

Makeup

Marc Jacobs Twinkle Pop Eyeshadow Stick Trio $54

mj twinkle pop set

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A set of 3 eye crayons from Marc Jacobs.

Why it’s cool: 

I always love seeing new value sets! There are two different trios available: Neutral Pops and Cool Pops. As the name suggests, they’re sets of either neutral toned or cool toned eyeshadows.

Marc Jacobs See-quins Glam Glitter Eyeshadow $28

mj see-quin

Source: Sephora

What it is:

An ultra-sparkly eyeshadow.

Why it’s cool:

These shades were designed specially for fashion week! I’m also excited to see another brand’s take on these super glittery eyeshadows we’ve been seeing lately, similar to the ones Hourglass just released a few weeks ago. I’m a sucker for shimmer, and these seem to be a cool new take on glitter shadows. Hopefully these are a less messy way to get a glam look!

Sephora PRO New Nudes Palette $68

Sephora pro palette

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A palette of 28 neutral eyeshadows.

Why it’s cool:

There’s an awesome range of everyday colors in this palette, and most of the shadows are matte, which makes it a very versatile palette! Looking at the images online, there seems to be quite a few colors that would work as transition shades, which is something that a lot of palettes lack.

Cover FX Power Play Concealer $30

cover fx power play concealer

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A long-wearing concealer with a radiant finish.

Why it’s cool:

One of the reasons why I love Cover FX as a brand is because they always come out with a wide shade range that actually suits real humans. This concealer is a companion to their Power Play foundation, which is a great medium to full-coverage foundation if you have oily skin.

Giorgio Armani A-line Contour Liquid Bronzer $38

armani aline contour

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A liquid bronzer that’s available in 2 shades.

Why it’s cool:

We’ve all seen liquid bronzers before, but I think what makes this product interesting is the packaging. Rather than a pump, this product has a doe foot applicator similar to what you might see on a liquid lipstick. I suspect that this will provide greater control over application and help to avoid wasting product like you might with a pump that dispenses too much at once. Additionally, this bronzer is available in a warm-toned shade and a cool-toned shade, so the product can suit a greater variety of skin tones and color preferences. The Armani A-Line collection also includes blush and highlight shades.

YSL Rouge Pur Couture The Slim Matte Lipstick $39

ysl lipstick

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A matte bullet-style lipstick.

Why it’s cool:

What initially caught my attention about this lipstick is the shape of the bullet. It’s squared off and cut at a sharp slant that will help to create a clean, crisp line as you apply it. The formula is described as a non-drying, longwear matte.

Fenty Diamond Bomb $38

fenty diamond bomb

Source: Sephora

What it is:

Fenty’s newest powder highlighter.

Why it’s cool:

This is a platinum highlighter that doesn’t have a harsh white undertone! That’s easily my biggest complaint about white/silver highlighters. Even on my pale-ish skin they still tend to look ashy and create a strange color cast, so they sure as hell don’t work for the vast majority of humans. Looking at the swatches for this highlighter, it’s clear that Diamond Bomb creates a glossy glow rather than a Tinman-esque shine. I love that someone finally managed to formulate a highlighter like this!

Fenty Gloss Bomb in Diamond Milk $18

fenty diamond milk

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A shimmery lip gloss.

Why it’s cool:

This takes the Fenty Gloss Bomb formula we already know and love, and gives us a sheer gloss with platinum shimmer!

Skincare

Summer Fridays Overtime Mask $44

summer fridays overtime mask

What it is:

An exfoliating face mask.

Why it’s cool:

This mask combines fruit enzymes from pumpkin that help to smoothe and brighten skin, with apricot seed powder that helps to gently remove dead skin cells.

Biossance Squalane + Omega Repair Cream $58

biossance

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A restorative face cream.

Why it’s cool:

#WinterIsComing and that means a lot of us are going to be struggling with dry, cracked, lifeless-looking skin. This new cream from Biossance not only moisturizes skin, but also provides the skin with nourishment from squalane, omega fatty acids, and ceramides that help to repair skin and protect the moisture barrier from further damage.

Caudalie Vinopure Natural Oil Control Moisturizer $39

caualie

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A matte face lotion.

Why it’s cool:

Have no fear my oily-skinned friends, just because summer is ending doesn’t mean every skincare company on Earth is going to start exclusively focusing their attention on dry skin. Cauladie has got your back with this new matte moisturizer. It provides skin with the necessary hydration to keep it healthy, but dries down to a matte finish, so it won’t leave you shiny or greasy.

Dr. Jart+ Dermask Foot Smoothing Mask and Hand Hydrating Mask $12 each

dermask

Source: Sephora

What it is:

Two new treatment masks for hands and feet.

Why it’s cool:

Dr. Jart just released two new foil masks- one for hands and one for feet. The foil helps to create a gentle warming sensation and the essence helps to soften rough hands and feet.

Fragrance

There are a few new releases but they’re all boooooring!

Bath & Body

MoroccanOil Night Body Serum $62

moroccan oil night serum

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A hydrating body serum.

Why it’s cool:

This is basically an anti-aging serum for your body. It helps to hydrate the skin, strengthen it, and provides antioxidants, which are great for slowing signs of aging!

Hair

Sephora Favorites Extend Your Style Dry Shampoo Collection $35

extend your style

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A set of 6 travel-sized dry shampoos.

Why it’s cool:

This is an awesome way to test out dry shampoos to see what works best for you, plus it’s a great way to stock up on dry shampoo if you travel a lot. This set also contains my personal favorite dry shampoo from Living Proof.

Sephora Favorites Party Hair Styling Spray Collection $35

party hair

Source: Sephora

What it is:

A set of 6 styling sprays to add texture and volume.

Why it’s cool:

These sprays will help you play around with your style and introduce you to products from Amika, Ouai, IGK, Living Proof, Drybar, and Bumble&Bumble.

Tools & Brushes

Tom Ford Brush Collection $46-$115

tom ford brush

Source: Sephora

If you’re looking for some posh makeup brushes, I’ve got great news for you. Tom Ford’s brush collection just landed at Sephora! The prices start at $46 and end at $115, so these are definitely pricey. If luxe is your thing though, I think these will be right up your alley. Personally, I’m more of a $25 or less brush gal, but to each their own! 😂

Thanks for reading! If you missed last week’s episode, you can check it out here!

xx

Cristine

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