Sephora secretly dropped hundreds of beauty gift sets before Black Friday
There’s nothing better than opening a shiny new beauty gift set during the holidays, right? Even if it’s a gift for yourself —well, mostly because it’s a gift for yourself. And that’s why everyone should know that Sephora has already dropped its beauty gift sets for the 2023 holiday season.
ICYMI, the beauty retailer releases hundreds of unreal value sets featuring its most popular products every year. This year’s wildest Sephora deals feature an entire beauty advent calendar for $44 off, as well as a major Too Faced makeup set for $42 that’s worth a whopping $122.
Since we’re all about getting the most value for your money when it comes to viral beauty, we’ve curated a list of the best beauty gift sets from Sephora to shop. You can bet your entire holiday shopping budget that we’re buying most (read: all) of these too.
What's Inside: An entire treasure trove of beauty products — makeup, skin care, bath, and accessories — and other exciting surprises from Dec. 1 through the 24th. Or, you know, whenever you feel like it.
What's Inside: A trio of the brand's signature clinically effective, visibly brightening and hydrating products, including full-size Dew Drops Serum, PHA+ AHA Toner and travel-size moisturizer for smooth and glowy skin.
What's Inside: Five best-selling mini mascaras specially curated to create your perfect holiday lash look, including the iconic Too Faced Better Than Sex mascara. It also comes with a voucher to redeem a full-size mascara of your choice.
What's Inside: Travel sizes of four signature, bestselling scents. You've got the irresistible and sunny Cheirosa 62, the blooming and bright Cheirosa 68, the sultry and delicate Cheirosa 40 and the beachy and nostalgic Rio Radiance.
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