Great news, beauty lovers on a budget! Sephora is having its major spring sale for Insider customers, which has already began for some select lucky ducks. The tiered sale offers different discounts for different tiers of the retailer's rewards program, which I'll lay out for you below.
VIB Rouge members can take 20% off their entire purchase online or in store with the code HEYROUGE from now until May 6. Regular VIB customers can take 15% off their purchases with code HEYVIB from May 2 until May 6. Finally, Insiders can take 10% off with code HEYINSIDER from May 2 to May 6.
Below, peruse some of Sephora's newest and buzzworthiest items for which you can use that discount to stock up on.
Glow Recipe Pineapple-C Brightening Serum ($49, Sephora)
You don't need to layer all your different serums thanks to this mutlitasking serum, just launched by Instagram powerhouse brand Glow Recipe. The serum is packed with vitamin C and hyper-potent AHA (alpha hydroxy acids) that chemically exfoliate skin and make dark or uneven spots vanish. It also contains a nourishing, hydrating chamomile to balance out its other drying components.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dew Set Setting Spray ($26, Sephora)
If you thought your current go-to setting spray was glamorous enough, think again. Anastasia Beverly Hills blew the others out of the water with Dew Set, its new setting spray that's chock full of golden glitter — right on time for summer. The water-based formula locks makeup down for hours on end while delivering just a touch of shimmer for a "healthy glow," according to its products description.
Olaplex No. 6 Bond Smoother Reparative Styling Cream ($28, Sephora)
If you swear by other Olaplex products — or just have heat-styled and chemically treated hair that needs some love — pick up Olaplex's newest addition to its hair-healing repertoire. The No. 6 formula is a cream you leave in your hair damp or dry hair before letting it air-dry to reveal newly repaired and shiny hair.
Peace Out Microneedling Dark Spot Brightening Dots ($28, Sephora)
Reviewers rave about Peace Out's itty-bitty stickers that are designed to treat dark spots. If you struggle with acne scars, hyper-pigmentation, or any other kind of uneven coloring, placing one of these stickers on the problem area overnight or even for a few minutes will help eliminate them over time.
Too Faced Mr. Right 5-Piece Eye Shadow Brush Set ($45, Sephora)
Too Faced makes it easier to find The One with its new Mr. Right brush set, which contains five eye shadow brushes that meet every single possible eye shadow application need out there. Together, these five brushes blends, smudge, pack, line, and more to give you an effortless eye shadow experience.
The Ordinary AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution ($8, Sephora)
This shockingly affordable skin-care product is probably the closest you'll ever get to Kim Kardashian's terrifying "vampire facial." Don't let its deep red hue or the word "peeling" scare you away — this formula's alpha and beta hydroxy acids are basically a chemical alternative to sugar- and salt-based face scrubs, which are generally far too rough on skin.
Kat Von D Beauty Go Big Or Go Home Mascara ($23, Sephora)
Kat Von D's first mascara in years has only just launched, and it's already a bestseller. That's likely due to its rare, all-vegan formula that manages to deliver major volume and a fluffy finish without animal byproducts, which are all too necessary in mascaras.
Sephora Collection Moschino + Sephora Laptop Palette ($60, Sephora)
How cute is Moschino's latest collaboration with Sephora? Following up its cutesy stuffed bear-themed collection from years past, this Moschino collaboration is entirely inspired by school products, laptops included. This 30-shade eye palette might be even nicer than a literal laptop.
The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid Serum ($8, Sephora)
Much like The Ordinary, The Inkey List is a new brand to Sephora that focuses on single-ingredient skin-care products at extremely affordable prices. This, its hyaluronic acid serum, targets dry skin and plumps with — you guessed it — a whole lotta straight hyaluronic acid.
GHD Glide Professional Performance Hot Brush ($169, Sephora)
Trade your flat iron for something way less high maintenance with GHD's top-rated hot brush. With it, you simply need to rake the brush through your hair for straighter, shinier results. Another advantage to a brush over the traditional flat iron? It's far less damaging.