The Sephora Sale is back from 9-13 Sep 2020! Here are our 5 must-buys to Achieve Sleek Hair.

The Sephora Beauty Pass sale is back again! Here are the details:

WHEN: 9—13 Sep 2020
WHERE: Online and In-Store

Gold Tier Members: 20% off from 9—13 Sep
Black Tier Members: 20% off from 10—13 Sep
White Tier Members: 15% off from 10—13 Sep
Gifts with purchase include the following:

Above (online exclusive limited edition Sephora Beauty Obsessions Pouch, Limited to 1 redemption per member, while stocks last):
Gold Tier Members — no minimum spend. Limited to 1 redemption per member.
Black & White members  
minimum spend of $250 in 1 transaction.


Above (in-store exclusive 3-piece mask set):
Gold Tier Members — no minimum spend.
Above (in-store exclusive 5-piece sephora collection deluxe set):
Black & White members  minimum spend of $250 in 1 transaction. Limited to 1 redemption per member, while stocks last.

What to buy this round? You can check out cult items that include our favourites from Foreo, Olaplex, Drunk Elephant, Jo Malone, Tom Ford, Laura Mercier, Coco & Eve and Hourglass.

Or, if you want to achieve sleek hair, these 5 are worth carting out at the sale (prices below are after 20% discount for Gold Tier members):

$220 (U.P. $275)

The reviews on YouTube for this brush are very good. Just plug in, and turn on. It heats up very quickly and glides through hair smoothing it straight down. It achieves the salon blow-dry look, and works especially well when you’re in a rush. Do note that this is meant for use on dry hair only, so don’t imagine it can double up as a hair dryer.

$82.40 (U.P. $103)

This is a leave-in overnight treatment for the hair. It hydrates and detangles hair while you sleep, and actually works. I love that this doesn’t feel greasy or sticky at all, and absorbs into hair instantly, which makes it pillow-proof — it won’t rub off on your pillow or face. Instead, you’ll wake up to smoother, more manageable hair. A very good buy.

$28 (U.P. $35)

When I first tried Drunk Elephant’s Shampoo and Conditioner, I was surprised that my hair looked and felt healthier after just one use. This product is sulfate-free and smells like coconut (which is not bad), and fairly affordable.

$34.40 (U.P. $43)

Every time there’s a Sephora sale, I stock up on this one product. It is what it’s name says — expensive. But it also makes hair look expensive. Use this in place of conditioner, and see your hair transform into glossy silk that you can glide your fingers through. I recommend having this on standby for special occasions.

$46.40 (U.P. $58)

I first discovered Virtue when a friend recommended it to me for dry, damaged hair. This shampoo, together with its matching conditioner improves the condition of hair pretty drastically. Similar to the Drunk Elephant set, hair is less frizzy and more manageable after just one use. If you’re on a budget, get the Drunk Elephant shampoo and conditioner duo. If you are willing to spend more on your tresses, the Virtue set feels more powerful.