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If you're spending hours looking at your face on Zoom, chances are you're looking for something to give yourself a bit of extra zing on screen.
Here are some of the best - and cheapest - products in Sephora to give you a pep in your step. Even better, you'll get change from $50.
Cheat your way to a fresh faced glow. Exclusive to Sephora, this Fenty Beauty Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Blush, $33, will give your cheeks a natural looking flush of colour. It's available in 10 sheer shades, and has a sweat and water resistant formula that glides over skin and applies easily. You can apply it with your fingers, a brush, and even put it on your lips.
Cult sunscreen company Ultra Violette has made a lip balm. This Sheen Screen Hydrating Lip Balm SPF 50, $25, will bring your lips back to life. In four shades, it will keep your lips looking luscious while also protecting them from UV damage. It's made from ingredients including lanolin, cacao seed and shea butters which boost hydration, plus Vitamin A and E which will soothe and moisturise already chapped lips. Plus, it smells gorgeous.
Under eye concealer
Tired? Fake it 'til you make it with the the IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Illumination Anti-Aging Waterproof Concealer, $42. This full coverage, creamy concealer contains anti-ageing peptides, vitamins, hydrolyzed collagen, hyaluronic acid and antioxidants, to improve the appearance of wrinkles and conceal dark circles and discolouration. It also brightens under your eyes, helping you look less tired and more luminous. A must-have in your cart.
Benefit knows brows, which is why the Benefit Cosmetics Precisely, My Brow Eyebrow Pencil, $45.00, is one of the most popular items on the Sephora site. Available in 12 shades, it draws natural looking hair-like strokes which will stay put for 12 hours. It's blendable too, so you can easily define brows in the way you want. Those in the know repurchase this over and over again.
Huda Beauty's Nude Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette Mini, $44, comes in three palettes, which all feature a selection of nude shades that can be worn by any skin tone. With mattes, shimmery shades and metallic complements, all the shadows have smooth, blendable textures which are easy to apply, and stay put. The light palette has peachy shades in both warm and cool tones, the medium palette has spicier colours, including chestnuts, rose golds and corals, while the dark has deep brown metallics and dusty roses.
This Ole Henriksen Truth Juice™ Daily Cleanser, $39, not only works brilliantly, it smells amazing. It's a gel cleanser made from orange fruit water and PHA that help loosen and lift dead skin cells. It cleanses and invigorates skin without stripping it. Use it to remove dirt, oil and makeup, and emerge with a fresh, revived face. It contains orange, lemon, rosehip, gojiberry & seabuckthorn extracts to help condition skin too.
Winter skin needs some extra hydration, and Esmi Skin Minerals Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum, $30, is the perfect tool for the job. The hyaluronic acid helps plump skin, minimise lines and boost radiance. As a double whammy it also contains niacinamide (Vitamin B3) which works on skin repair, restoration and to regulate oil flow, preventing breakouts. It's a lightweight gel texture which sinks in to skin fast, leaving you with plump, glowy skin.
The Inkey List is an extremely affordable range that's rivalling The Ordinary for its no frills, functional skincare. It's Ceramide Hydrating Night Treatment, $23, is a treatment that helps your skin feel rehydrated and supple. It targets dehydrated skin and also includes hyaluronic acid, to give your skin an extra surge of moisture. Replace your usual moisturiser with this a couple of nights a week, and watch it plump up.
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