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Six Things We’re Buying From Sephora This Month…

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Sephora is undeniably a beauty addicts paradise, but while we're still holding out hopes that a store will make it's way to London permanently, we'll have to stick with our bulk online orders.

It's a great place to find hidden gems and new discoveries, from mascaras that affirm a permanent place in our makeup bags to serums that quickly become new daily skincare staples.

Here are six products we've brought, tested and loved from Sephora this month...

The bubble sheet maskAlongside being utterly satisfying to use (it lightly bubbles once it makes contact with air), this mask works to remove dead skin cells and regulate excess sebum - in other words, it's great for anyone with oily skin. Tonymoly Earth Beauty Bubble Sheet Mask, £6

The natural blusher We've been following Too Cool For School for a while now and although Beauty Mart stock a few bits from the brand, the whole range isn't available on UK shores yet. This natural blusher is easy to blend due to the liquid formula and comes in a handbag-friendly tube. Too Cool For School Dinoplatz Cushy Blusher, £16

The moisturising fluidDrawing inspiration from a traditional Chinese moisturising formula, this skin-loving fluid is based on plant extracts, from Chinese asparagus to dendrobium nobile orchid, to smooth, soften and nourish, perfectly prepping your complexion for the day ahead and boosting your skin's ability to retain moisture. Silky Face Moisturizing Fluid, £33

The contour brushThis cleverly shaped brush is designed to perfectly match the contours of the face, in turn allowing you to create a sculpted finish easier than ever before. Whether you use it to highlight your cheekbones, forehead or jaw, this handy brush is never leaving our makeup bag. Sephora Brush PRO kabuki Contouring Brush, £22

The hair oilWith sesame, jojoba and almond oil, alongside oil of the Incas, this hair oil works a treat on your locks if they're in need of a little TLC. It works to hydrate, repair and nourish, leaving them shinier than ever before. What's more, it's paraben and sulphate-free. HapsatouSy Make Me Shine Hair Serum, £15

The bronzing palette This little palette is all you need to add a little warmth to your complexion this spring. Containing a combination of bronzing powders, blushers and illuminators, it's the perfect little compact to take on holiday to cover all bases. Sephora Blushed, Bronzed and Ready To Glow palette, £12

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