Saturday, 22 August 2015

Sephora Beauty Review

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Not a Sephora beauty haul per se, but my friend went on holiday and brought a few bits back for me as a birthday present that I thought were rather good. I haven't actually bought anything from Sephora before and have only been in a store once, now wishing that I had bought something!

Sephora Face Mask, Smart Roller and Multitasker Brush Review Beauty Blogger

Even though I've tried a few sheet masks before and never really got on with them (#funnyshapedface) the Sephora Lotus Mask is by far the best fit I've found. Enough room to fit around my eyes and nose, I actually managed okay. 

The results weren't half bad either. Ideal for hydrating and nourishing, I woke up the next day with sifter and refreshed skin. It does say to not wash away and leave the hydrating gel on after using, which can feel a little sticky! 


I've long been a fan on the Real Techniques brushes for basically anything (are there any brushes more worthy?!) but the Sephora Multitasker Complexion brush has definitely earned its spot. I'd liken this as an in between of the Expert Face Brush and Buffing Brush from Real Techinques, so mainly used for foundation but I've also applied cream blusher and bronzer too - really is a multitasker! Gorgeous quality, super soft and so easy to clean, it's definitely a great one to pick up.

Sephora Face Mask, Smart Roller and Multitasker Brush Review Beauty Blogger
Sephora Smart Roller

If I've ever shared my extensive nail polish collection on my blog before, this has been another well chosen addition! Forget Barry M crackle paint and starry glitter that takes an age to take off, the Sephora Smart Roller is my new favourite.

Sephora Face Mask, Smart Roller and Multitasker Brush Review Beauty Blogger
Sephora Face Mask, Smart Roller and Multitasker Brush Review Beauty Blogger


Super easy to apply, you just tear a section off (all precut perforation) then apply the sticky side down on a DRY nail. Add a few coats of a coloured top layer, leave for a few seconds then peel off the stencil and voila!

 They do lots of other patterns, so if you're into nail art then I'd definitely give this a whirl as it's so easy! Only downside is that I can't actually paint my nails very well, but they do say practise makes perfect.

What's your best buy from Sephora?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x


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