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1,400 products

12,710 reviews

68% would repurchase

Recent Sephora Collection Reviews

Lipstick -Sephora Collection -Matte Lipstories Lipstick

on 12/5/2018 2:03:00 PM


I have the shade Love Love. This lipstick is creamy, hydrating and has a satin finish, even though it is labeled matte. It doesn't emphasize dryness too much. I'm not a fan of the flimsy cardboard packaging even though it looks pretty.

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Masks -Sephora Collection -Sheet Mask

on 11/18/2018 10:00:00 PM


I used the honey mask version of this. I had heard very mediocre reviews but needed to buy something to get free shipping. Since I have a hard time saying no to honey products this ended up in my cart. I feel like these types of masks are what give sheet masks in general a bad name. It was thick and didn't adhere very well. The material literally felt like a diaper wipe with holes cut in it. At the very minimum I expect sheet masks to provide hydration. I experienced NOTHING from this product. No hydration, no soothing, no change in my skin. And $6 is on the expensive end for a sheet mask. It didn't irritate, that's the only plus I can think of. Will definitely not repurchase.

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Masks -Sephora Collection -Sleeping Masks

on 11/12/2018 10:01:00 PM


I wish they sold this in a larger size. I love these little face masks. I have used pomegranate and rose and my skin loves it. I use it as the final step in my skincare routine and my skin just glows in the morning. The amount in the cups are too much for one time use I feel. I can get a good 3-4 nights out of a cup. I wish they were resealable. But overall they are a great product and I will repurchase.

Lip Treatments -Sephora Collection -Lip scrub Honey

on 11/10/2018 7:52:00 PM

I bought this because it was touted as a lip scrub in an adorable and cheerful yellow cardboard tube. After using it all up, here is what I can tell you.

The good: this product works well as a lip balm. The texture isn't waxy, and I usually slathered it on before bedtime and woke up with smooth lips. I like the scent -- an inoffensive sweet floral -- but, as the previous reviewer mentioned, it lacks the depth and complexity of a good honey. For $6 USD, however, I don't mind that so much. And while the packaging is cardboard, it has held up pretty well through a couple of big trips, so no complaints there.

The bad: in no way is this product a good lip scrub, not because it doesn't offer exfoliation, but because it does so inconsistently. Once I got about a third of the way through the tube, the product got extremely grainy. Sephora's website promises "gentle sugar exfoliants" in the lip scrub, but nowhere do they mention that said exfoliants would not exist for the first third of the tube, emerge with a vengeance in the second third, and then vanish for the remainder of the product. It seems fairly obvious to me that Sephora should either make sure that the sugar bits are more evenly distributed or remove them entirely and sell this as a lip balm.

So: four stars for a solid lip balm, but minus two for the fact that it is actually advertised and sold as a lip scrub.

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Primer/ Corrector -Sephora Collection -Beauty Amplifier Ultra Smoothing Primer

on 11/6/2018 9:55:00 PM


Great for oily skin and if you have scarring/bumps/flakes you want to smooth over. LOVE the pump dispenser, velvet finish. I would say this primer is less about pro-longing makeup wear and more about creating a smooth, velvet base and preventing caking.

For reference this is almost an exact dupe of Maybelline Baby Skin, the difference is I find this primer is less silicone-y (still has silicone feel) and slightly more velvet, for example the baby skin goes on very slippery smooth whereas this goes on smooth but has a tad (SUPER subtle) more stick to it. Best description I could give is if you mixed Baby Skin with Givenchy Mr Mat you'd get this product.

Does a great job of smoothing over breakouts and also filling in marks/scarring. Also I like it around my nose if I have dry skin and it prevents my makeup from caking. Would recommend but if you want to save a few dollars then try Baby Skin, also I wouldn't recommend it for dry skin types, just because it's not moisturising (or meant to be).

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