When I was in Spain a couple of weeks ago I found out there was a Sephora near where we were so obviously had to make a trip there. I unwillingly dragged my parents and boyfriend along but luckily didn't spend long in there as the store was very small. I looked at a lot of brands like Too Faced, Urban Decay and Kat Von D but they seemed to be so much more expensive that the UK so I stuff to brands I new you couldn't get in the UK or weren't much more expensive.

I spotted this Korean skincare brand in there and threw a few of their masks in my basket as I've been wanting to try out some Korean skincare for a while. I can't seem to find this on the Sephora website which is a bit weird but i've linked a different website. I picked up the Pomegranate Girl mask for glowing skin and the Animal mask is Dark Panda, which helps eliminate dark under eye circles. I've yet to try either of these but I'm intrigued to see how they work.

I picked up a few of the Sephora Masks as I'm a fan of them and saw some I hadn't tried before. I didn't get any of the face masks as I have a few left from my Sephora haul earlier this year but went for the Sleep Masks, Lip Masks and Charcoal Nose Strips. So far I've tried the nose strip and it definitely clears my pores out. I find these so affordable so if you're in a Sephora then pick some up!

I picked up a few shades in this liquid lipstick as I'd seen people rave about them and wanted to give them a try. I went for the shades Watermelon Slice, a vibrant coral/orange and Marvellous Mauve, a muted dusky pink. These are really creamy and not drying at all on your lips, with great staying power.

When I saw this on the stand it was unlike anything I had tried before so bought it. In the compact you get three different but complementing shades. I went for Sweet, which has a bronze shade, blush shade and a highlight shade which can be worn separate or together. I find that the powder is really pigmented and you don't need a lot when applying.

Again I couldn't find this on the website but i've linked the loose version instead. I picked this up as i've almost finish my Nars pressed translucent powder so thought i'd give this a go. The powder has noting wrong with it in my opinion it just isn't amazing, I use it just to set my foundation and mattify as I don't like shiny skin. You get a lot of fall out from the powder so you have to be careful when you apply not to get it everywhere.

This was another product that i'd been wanting to try so threw it in my basket. I thought this would come in handy when I don't want to line my lips but want to keep my lipstick from bleeding to the outside of my lips. I've not tried this out yet but if I like it I'm sure you'll find it in upcoming posts.

If there is one thing I hate its cleaning my makeup brushes and i'm always looking out for great ways to do it. This cleaner is a spray that is quick drying and doesn't require water so you brushes are ready to use pretty much straight after cleaning. This spray does tend to get rid of most of the makeup but i've tried other cleaners which bring my brushes up a lot cleaner.

Again this is on the Sephora website but i've linked the Cult Beauty website in the UK where they are sold - I don't think I paid that much in Sephora though! I picked these up as well as the Sephora nose strips as on my nose I suffer with deep pores and am always keen to try out different things to clear them. These contain egg and camellia to help clear the pores, ingredients i've never seen in a nose strip before. I've not had the chance to use them yet but i'll report back if they are good or not.

I've seen these all over blogs and instagrams lately so had to pick some up to try in Sephora. I got these for around 3 euros in the Spanish Sephora but they are £6 each from Cult Beauty in the UK. I picked up the Rice, Seaweed, Avocado and Tea Tree masks. So far i've tried the Rice one to clear your skin of blemishes and decongest it. Although I don't suffer terribly with blemishes my skin felt cleaner and clearer after using.

The set I picked up gave you 3 mini samples of the famous masks to try, however, I couldnt find on the Sephora site so I linked one with 6 masks to try. The set I got had the Pumpkin Enzyme mask for a dull and congested complexion, Cucumber gel mask for dry and irritated skin and Rose Stem gel mask for younger looking skin.

Have any of you tried any of these products?



  1. The lipsticks look amazing. I love the sound of the sephora face masks.

  2. Why are the Tony Moly sheet masks so expensive there? I found a great deal online, you can find them on amazon or ebay, I got 11 of these masks for $13! :) and of course, I ordered some more!


  3. Why are the Tony Moly sheet masks so expensive there? I found a great deal online, you can find them on amazon or ebay, I got 11 of these masks for $13! :) and of course, I ordered some more!


  4. The sephora masks are some of my favoruites as they are relatively inexpensive for prices in NZ!
    Kathy x

  5. Look at those sheet-mask! I think they're very helpful on the go such as on the plane. Put them on and sleep. Extra scaring everyone who happened to pass by ;)

    Selene Addicted

  6. I've heard a lot of good things about the Sephora masks!

  7. Lovely haul! I haven't tried any of these products before. But one thing that I keep hearing about is the Sephora lip in Marvellous Mauve. It's such a beautiful shade! Definitely need to pick that up soon!

    Nicole | The Glam Surge

  8. I love Sephora masks, they are good and budget friendly. I get Tony Moly masks from Amazon, it is way cheaper that way. Marvellous Mauve is a gorgeous colour!

    Ela BellaWorld