Sephora Skincare: The Review

29.11.15

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It's easy to turn your nose up to own-brand skincare ranges because we seem to trust those well known brands to know what they're doing. When a brand is a bit of an all-rounder, it's easy to see why beauty lovers are perhaps sceptical of slathering their face in their products. I too am a bit of a skincare snob, but Sephora's makeup range is impressive enough to tempt me with the skincare!

Let's cut to the chase and get oily... Eh eh. The Supreme Cleansing Oil is a budget option to more expensive offerings and I had high hopes. It melted my skin makeup like a dream and felt really nice on my weather-sensitive dry skin. I wouldn't really recommend it for eye makeup as it dragged and involved a lot of rubbing, irritating my already sensitive eye area.

The Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover is a bi-phase formula, so you need to give it a good shake before use. Applied to a cotton pad, this melted away eye makeup once held on and gently swiped away. I did like this, but I still don't really see the point of separate makeup removers. I find that my ol' fave L'Oreal micellar water does the job all-round and is cheap and easily accessible!

The real star of the show is the Purifying and Mattifying Mud Mask. I bloody love this. If I'm an oily beast, this is my best friend - I also like dotting it on spots to soak up the impurities (fit, I know). I've had this since the start of the year and as you can see, I still have so much left. Winner winner chicken dinner!

Have you tried Sephora skincare?

4 comments

  1. Never tried Sephora skincare but I really like the look of the mud mask! I'm actually going to France next Saturday so think I might pick some of these up to try! xx

    Jessica Ann ♥

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    1. It's soooo good! Have a great time in France! x

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  2. I'm eyeing that mud mask! How is it at treating blackheads?

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    1. Really good, drinks up all those horrible impurities!

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