Sephora’s Fourth of July Sale is still going on with up to 50 percent off

Ari Bines

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Well, beauty mavens, it’s that time again. The Sephora Fourth of July Sale is still going, and you won’t believe what’s been discounted. All I can tell you is to have your wallets at the ready because there are products in the bunch as low as $4 right now, at Sephora.

Anytime beauty sales like these come around, I always tell myself I’m just going to “take a look,” too, sis. But the fact of the matter is when products like the ABH Norvina Pro Palette 3 are half off and Ole Henriksen kits are on sale, I lose it. Now, that’s not to say that you would, too, but there are some nifty pieces you probably wouldn’t give a second thought had their OG price tags been reinstated. 

The Sephora Fourth of July Sale already has the featured items marked down and written in red. And though there’s no end date for the sale listed, there are pages and pages of products like these Skin Rescue Acne Clearing Pads from First Aid Beauty, Dr. Jart+ Shake & Shot Rubber Masks as well as items from top makeup brands. Some popular picks include Fenty Beauty’s Matchstick Trios and Milk Makeup’s Flex Foundation Sticks, which are super discounted.

But that’s just face. If you’re trying to upgrade your hair care routine, you can snag some super luxe styling tools such as T3’s Folding Hairdryer, Amika’s hair crimper or Bio Ionic’s pro styling iron.

Like I said, there’s pages and pages of product in the sale, and many have sold out already. But lucky for you, here’s a list of beauty goods still in stock to get you started. 

Shop: Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Match Stix Trio, $37 (Orig. $54)

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

Shop: Milk Makeup Flex Foundation Stick, $25 (Orig. $36)

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

Shop: Dr. Jart+ Shake & Shot Rubber Masks, $9 (Orig. $12)

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

Shop: Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Pro Pigment Palette Vol. 3, $30 (Orig. $60)

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

Shop: Sephora Collection Mask Stick, $4 (Orig. $8)

Shop: Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Alpha Beta Exfoliating Moisturizer, $47.50 (Orig. $68)

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

Shop: OLEHENRIKSEN3 Little Wonders Mini, $17 (Orig. $25)

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

Shop: T3 Featherweight Compact Folding Hair Dryer with Dual Voltage, $75 (Orig. $150)

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

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