Tuesday 29 May 2018

A Sephora Haul - What I Bought During My First Visit in Paris!

When we were in Paris a few weeks ago I finally managed to visit a Sephora! It's one of those shops I'd seen so many bloggers talk about but as they're not based in the UK I'd never had the chance to see for myself what all the fuss is about. Once we booked our trip to Paris though, I knew I would have to try and find one, and I did, just by the Notre Dame. It was only a small Sephora and as I'm not hugely into big name makeup brands I really didn't mind, I was more about the skincare stuff anyway so I thought I'd do a little haul post and show you the stuff I brought back with me.
A Sephora Haul!
Pineapple Face Mask - The first thing I picked up was the pineapple face mask, I was instantly drawn to it! I love anything fruity scented so I thought this would be perfect. This is apparently good for dryness, dullness, uneven complexion and blemishes, all of which I'd like a bit of help with! My skin hasn't been great recently so I'm hoping this will revive it a little.
Sephora Face Mask
Almond Foot Mask - Whilst looking through all of the face masks, I noticed they did foot masks too and I had to get one. My feet are always so sore and achy after being out all day, especially on holiday when we're just walking everywhere so things like this are a must. I went for the almond one out of the two available which is supposed to be comforting and repairing and soothing on rough areas.
Sephora Foot Mask
Blue Clay Mask - Back to face masks I got one of the blue clay masks which can be used multiple times. The one thing that annoys me about most face masks is that you tend to just get one use out of it but with this it can be used 4 times and it really didn't cost much more than the individual masks. I went for this particular one which detoxifies and oxygenates and I felt like that's what my skin would need after a holiday. They had so many to choose from though which all do different things. What I like about these aswell is that they're travel friendly meaning you can take it with you wherever you go.
Sephora Blue Clay Mask
Beach Vibes Bath Bomb - Next to the face masks they had lots of minis which I'm just a sucker for. They were one euro each so I couldn't resist. I got a little yellow star called beach vibes and whilst I don't think it will do loads when I use it, when it's that cheap you can't really go wrong can you?
Mini Shower Gels - These were also only one euro each and they had about 5 different scents to choose from. I love trying out different shower gels and even just minis like this I find exciting! I got one from the same Beach Vibes range as the bath bomb and then I picked one up from the Morning Zest range. These are supposed to be jelly like which then melts on your skin and foams up. I can't wait to use them and see what they're like.
I'm so happy with everything I got at Sephora and just can't wait to actually use it all. I didn't need or want any more makeup so I thought I'd just stick to what I love, face masks, and I was so impressed with the range they had. The minis were so cheap aswell and they had such a variety. I think all together everything came to about 18 euros which I don't think is too bad at all for what I got. I'm unlikely to visit again for a while but for now I think I picked some good bits up and I'll probably do a review on some of them too so look out for those if you're a face mask fan like me!

Are you a fan of Sephora? Have you tried any of their face masks?

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1 comment

katelyn | embark to explore said...

I love your post! I'll totally be picking up a foot mask when I go to NYC and any other treats I see - I LOVE Sephora's own brand stuff like this! lovely post babe x

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