Sephora hosts a massive 50 per cent off mid-year sale on high-end makeup and skincare | Daily Mail Online

by beauty journalist

Cosmetics giant Sephora Australia has launched its huge mid-year sale on high-end makeup and skincare products, with prices starting from as little as $3.50.

Beauty fans can shop a selection of favourite items no matter what the budget is from makeup, skincare, haircare, fragrances, and wellness brands including Tarte, Beautyblender, Becca, Laneige, and Nudestix at a discount of up to 50 per cent.

The highly-anticipated sale starts now until June 23, with savings across selected palettes, lipsticks, foundation, mascara, concealer, highlighter, moisturiser, cleanser, serum, face masks, shampoos, and travel kits. 

Notable deals include the $21.70 LANEIGE Hydrating Trial Kit, $23.80 Beautyblender, Anastasia Beverly Hills lipstick from $19.80, ZOEVA eyeshadow palettes from $30.10, and $17.50 Starskin VIP age-perfecting face mask.

Cosmetics giant Sephora Australia has launched its huge mid-year sale on high-end makeup and skincare products, with prices starting from as little as $3.50

Best Sephora mid-year sale deals 

LANEIGE Hydrating Trial Kit: On sale $21.70, was $31 

Beautyblender The Gemstone: On sale $23.80, was $34

Starskin VIP Crème De La Crème Face Mask: On sale $17.50, was $25

KVD Vegan Love Eyeshadow Palette: On sale $31, was $62

Pat McGrath Lab Eyeshadow Quad: On sale $67.20, was $112

Peter Thomas Roth De-tox Foaming Cleanser: On sale $37.80, was $54 

Ole Henriksen Oil Control Skincare Set: On sale $40.60, was $58

Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer: On sale $18.50, was $37

Benefit BADgal Bang! Pencil Eyeliner: On sale $24.50, was $35

Sephora Favourites The Glow Down Highlighter Set: On sale $29, was $58

ZOEVA Rose Golden Palette: On sale $31.50, was $45

IGK Dry Shampoo Hair Blotting Tissues: On sale $13.50, was $27

Shoppers can stock on beauty buys, including Fente matte lipstick from $20.30, Tarte creaseless concealer for $18.50 and KVD vegan eyeshadow palette for $31.

The Sephora Favourites: The Glow Down Highlighter Set is on sale for $29, which includes Beautyblende set spray, Anastasia Beverly Hills glow highlighter, Wander mist, Cover FX enhancer drops. Tarte highlighter and Becca shimmering highlighter.

Other beauty products on sale include Becca blur foundation for $33, Tarte Sea H2O lipgloss for $24.80, Pay McGrath eyeshadow quad for $67.20, Marc Jacobs eyeliner duo for $15 and ZOEVA rose golden eyeshadow palette for $31.50.

To update your stash, there’s a huge sale on brushes, sponges, applicators, manicure and pedicure, hair tools, beauty bags and oranisers.

For products under $10 from the Sephora Collection range, there’s $3.50 bath salts, $7 body wash, $7.50 face moisturiser, $5.60 nail polish, $6.30 hand balm, $7.50 lipstick, $9.50 cleanser and eyeshadow from $5.50.

Beauty fans can shop a selection of favourite items no matter what the budget is from makeup, skincare, haircare, fragrances, and wellness brands (file image)

In the skincare aisle, prices have been slashed across cleanser and exfoliator, toner, moisturiser, face masks and treatments, sun care and kits. 

Among the deals are Ole Henriksen oil control skincare set for $40.60, Starskin Glowstar peeling and exfoliator for $9, Peter Thomas Roth cucumber de-tox foaming cleanser for $37.80, and Sephora Collection mud mask for $18.20.

For haircare, there’s IGK dry shampoo hair blotting tissues for $13.50, Philosophy shampoo, bath & shower gel for $17.50, Drybar shimmer finishing spray for $25.50, Alterna sea salt spray for $28, or an Alterna hair repair kit for $28.

If you’re looking for a new scent, there’s KVD vegan Love Like A Saint fragrance + lipstick set for half price at just $45, or Paco Rabanne men fragrance for $102.20.

Sephora hosts a massive 50 per cent off mid-year sale on high-end makeup and skincare

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