Sephora is having a massive mid-year beauty sale

And we’ve rounded up all the must-buy bargains

BeautyCrew Beauty Editor / June 14 2024

Here at BEAUTYcrew, we know just how expensive being a lover of all things beauty can be, so when one of the biggest beauty retailers in Australia announces they’re having a mid-year EOFY sale we feel obligated to share the good news (credit cards at the ready).

Sephora is having an epic mid-year sale from Wednesday 5th June until Wednesday 19th June (11:59pm). Customers can enjoy deals on their favourite beauty products, starting from 15 per cent, with a massive 60 percent off available on selected items (excluding cost of delivery). If there was ever a time to stock up on your most beloved beauty products, it is now.

The sale is applicable online, in-store and via the Sephora mobile app so you don’t have to worry about a busy work week getting in the way of you snatching up all your go-to beauty buys at seriously discounted prices.

Here are some of the items to keep an eye out for and add to cart before they become waitlist only...

2024's Top 3 Sephora Mid Year Sale Deals To Shop

1. Rare Beauty Liquid Touch Weightless Foundation, $29.50 (usually $59), Sephora
2. Marc Jacobs Fragrance Daisy Eau De Toilette, $160 (usually $200), Sephora
3. The Inkey List Niacinamide Face Serum, $11.90 (usually $17), Sephora

The Best Sephora Mid Year Sale Deals To Shop

1/ Rare Beauty Liquid Touch Weightless Foundation ($29.50 (usually $59) from Sephora)

You can get 50 per cent off on Selena Gomez's go-to foundation during the Sephora sale this week. The weightless, breathable formula comes in 48 shades and promises layerable, medium coverage that evens out skin tone and smoothes pores without clogging or caking. Pus, it's infused with a blend of botanicals (lotus, gardenia, and white water lily), which help to soothe, calm and nourish skin too. 

2/ Marc Jacobs Fragrance Daisy Eau De Toilette ($160 (usually $200) from Sephora)

You can cop 20 per cent off of Marc Jacobs' best-selling scent in 50ml, 100ml or 200ml sized bottles this week at Sephora. If you've never had the pleasure of inhaling the airy floral, then let us enlighten you. It's a pure and fresh scent that opens with notes of succulent wild berries and soft white violets, before it reveals a heart of velvety jasmine, and finally a base of sensual sandalwood as it dries down. 

3/ The Inkey List Niacinamide Face Serum ($11.90 (usually $17) from Sephora)

Although you're guaranteed a bargain whenever you shop The Inkey List's affordable range of skin care products, that doesn't mean you can't still skim a little off the top during Sephora's Mid Year Sale. You can score the brand's viral niacinamide serum for just $11.90 (that's 30 per cent off the RRP) this week at the beauty retailer, so you might as well stock up on multiple bottles of the balancing serum if you're prone to breakouts.

4/ Ole Henriksen Dewtopia™ 20% Acid Night Treatment ($63 (usually $90) from Sephora)

The standout product in Issa Rae's skin care routine, the Barbie actress credits this potent exfoliator (now 30 per cent off) as her skin's hero. 

"I have not had a pimple in a year and a half since using this," Rae told Vogue in 2023. "Not even period pimples. Period pimples used to piss me off. I hope I'm not jinxing myself, but I love this product."

It's not hard to see why the pimple-prone would love this either, given that the formula is jam packed with a blend of 10 per cent AHAs and 10 per cent PHAs to help tackle uneven texture and a dull complexion, aloe juice, birch sap and cotton water to nourish and replenish the skin, and liquorice extract to reduce the appearance of dark spots.

5/ Sephora Collection Original Face Masks Matcha Tea Face Mask ($4 (usually $8) from Sephora)

Sephora Collection's range of affordable face, lip, hand and feet masks have always been the beauty retailers most underrated items, and now the brand's on-trend matcha face mask is sporting a very attractive 50 per cent off sale tag. The sheet mask is made from woven fibres that have been infused with botanical extracts (in this case matcha), which has astringent properties known to control shine and purify skin.

6/ Fenty Beauty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter Duo ($42.70 (usually $61) from Sephora)

Fenty Beauty's duo Killawatt highlighters have always offered more bang for your buck, boasting two complementary highlighter shades in a single compact, but Sephora has sweetened the deal even further by offering an additional 30 per cent off of the makeup essential. Bonus: there a four wearable duo shades to choose from.

7/ FOREO BEAR™ Microcurrent Facial Toning Device ($384.30 (usually $549) from Sephora)

FOREO's first-born BEAR™ is now 30 per cent off at Sephora, which means you can save over $150 when you add this impressive piece of tech to cart. It features five microcurrent intensities and T-Sonic ᵀᴹ pulsations, which work in perfect harmony to help tighten, tone, firm, brighten and minimise the appearance of wrinkles. Plus, the device is app-compatible so you can sync the tool to your phone to access easy-to-follow massage tutorials. 

Main image credit: Getty

Sephora isn't the only retailer dropping deals this month. You can save $200 on Dyson during this year's EOFY sale.

Briar Clark got her start in the media industry in 2017, as an intern for Marie Claire and InStyle. Since then, her keen interest in fashion and beauty has landed her gigs as a Digital Content Producer and Beauty Editor with titles like Girlfriend, Refinery29, BEAUTYcrew and beautyheaven. She loves the way seemingly innocuous topics like skin care and style have the ability to put a smile on people’s faces or make them think about themselves a little differently. A big believer in self love and experimentation, Briar has made a point of becoming the Australian beauty industry’s unofficial guinea pig for unusual treatments and daring hair trends. When she’s not testing out the latest beauty launches, Briar is big on broadening her horizons, mostly in the form of food but she’s also partial to travelling to new destinations both near and far (and of course, allocating an extra bag to bring their best beauty offerings home with her).