If you've been keeping up with things around here, you were probably expecting to see an outfits of the week post today. Well, I failed at documenting my outfits this week so I decided to share my recent Sephora purchase instead! I haven't stepped foot in a Sephora in the longest time, and even though I only got a couple of things, it was a struggle for me to even decide on buying these items. Plus I went in wanting a certain Tarte palette, and when they didn't have it available, I kind of lost interest in shopping around. Either I'm getting rusty or I've still got "no-buy" on the brain.
Here are the goods I picked up - Philosophy Purity Made Simple, Dry Bar VIP Pack, Korres Greek Yogurt, Givenchy Le Rouge.
I was nearly out of the Philosophy cleanser - a bottle I purchased for $10 on Black Friday last year! - so I needed to grab another. I can't even count how many times I have repurchased this product, it's that amazing. I don't even have the desire to try anything else. It's gentle on my sensitive skin but effective nonetheless at removing even my long-wear foundation without the need for a makeup wipe. The Dry Bar VIP Pack was something I had wanted to get my hands on for the longest time, but every time I popped into Sephora they didn't have it. Finally, today they did, and that sort of made up for the Tarte palette. Sort of. It includes a dry shampoo, volumizing mousse, and hairspray. Even better, they're all travel size so I can bring them along on my upcoming business trip. Win win!
At checkout, I had over 1000 points to spend. If you're familiar with how the Sephora Beauty Insider program works, then you know just how I got those points. A wide-eyed emoji would be appropriate here. I will say, I've been accumulating points for a while so I finally decided to grab a couple of perks. They did have a pretty awesome Marc Jacobs reward, but I would have had to part with all 1000 points, which I couldn't bring myself to do at once. So, I ended up with the Korres Greek Yogurt Sleeping Facial and Givenchy lipstick. I was actually looking for the moisturizer to purchase anyway but they didn't carry it in my store, so I figured this would be a good way to try it. As for the lipstick, well it's hard for this girl to resist an adorable mini lippie.
I'm looking forward to trying out the Dry Bar products and see how they compare to my trusty drugstore faves. Let me know if you've tried it and what you thought! And if you've been to Sephora recently, what things have you picked up?