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6 Of The Best Beauty Brands At Sephora You Haven’t Tried And Need To

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6 Of The Best Beauty Brands At Sephora You Haven’t Tried And Need To

Raise your hand if you get overwhelmed with products and brands when you step foot inside Sephora. Everyone raising their hands? Same. Lucky for you we’ve scanned through Sephora’s nearly 300 brands to give you six beauty brands that you probably haven’t given a try yet and definitely need to.


Dr. Jart+


Dr. Jart+ sheet masks and skincare


Here at More.com we love some K-Beauty, and Dr. Jart+ is a cutting-edge Korean skincare beauty brand that has been quoted to be, “Your brand new skincare obsession, even though you’ve probably never heard of it.” With thousands of reviews on Sephora making exclamations like, “Amazing for days without makeup,” “Sped up the healing process of my cystic acne,” and, “Returning to Sephora this weekend to buy a few more” the early adopters to this beauty brand certainly agree. And if you’re new to K-Beauty and want to dip your toes in before making any big money commitments masks start at $6 making Dr. Jart+ work for any budget.

Try it (from left to right): Dr. Jart+ Sheet Masks, Sephora, starting at $6; Dr. Jart+ Shake & Shot Rubber Masks, Sephora, $12; Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30, Sephora, $52




NUDESTIX beauty brand makeup products


Sick of traveling with an excessive amount of makeup products? Don’t have time for a 12-step beauty routine? Us either, and that’s why we’re currently obsessing over NUDESTIX. All of its products are multi-use, highly pigmented, and so creamy (you have got to head to Sephora to see for yourselves!) The colors are like neutral beauty heaven that you can build upon depending on the look you want and wear every day of the week. Maybe our favorite thing of all about NUDESTIX is the packaging! Every product comes in a black tin that has a built-in mirror inside so you always have a mirror, and your beauty product won’t come uncapped and ruin the inside of your purse (speaking from life experience with a Chanel Lip Crayon and my Free People bag).

Try it (from left to right): NUDESTIX Nudies All Over Face Color Matte, Sephora, $30; NUDESTIX Intense Matte Lip + Cheek Pencil, Sephora, $24; NUDESTIX Magnetic Eye Color, Sephora, $24




VERB haircare products at Sephora


I’ve done about every color imaginable to my hair, so when it comes to hair products I want something a.) that’s in my budget and b.) makes my frizzy, curly, thick hair shiny and smooth. So when I came across VERB in the featured brands section at Sephora, and its affordable price-point (everything seen here is $16 each!), I had to take a closer look.The rave reviews were many, “This line is overall incredible,” “Holy grail,” “Above and beyond my expectations,” and those like me who were new to the brand and skeptical at first, were overwhelmed with the power of this low-priced product. So if you’re looking to spend a little more than your drugstore brands, or looking to save money from the salon brands, VERB is a must. 

Try it (left to right): VERB Ghost Oil, Sephora, $16; VERB Hydrating Mask, Sephora, $16; VERB Dry Shampoo, Sephora, $16




ILIA beauty brands products at Sephora


Testing and trying clean makeup brands has become a bit of a hobby here for the editors at More.com. And a new brand natural skincare brand we’re loving is ILIA! These products are like a two-in-one for us. It’s makeup, but with organic natural ingredients that nourish our skin while we wear. I wear lipstick a lot, but hate when my lips start to dry and crack with a poor quality product. I’ve been testing the ILIA Tinted Lip Conditioner and my lips have stayed plump and healthy throughout the day. Another editor has tried the Radiant Translucent Powder and couldn’t say enough good things about the smoothness of the formula and how well it blended with her skin.

Try it (from left to right): ILIA Tinted Lip Conditioner SPF 15, Sephora, $28; ILIA Essential Face Palette Warm, Sephora, $42; ILIA Multi-Stick, Sephora, $34


Youth To The People


Youth to the People beauty brand at Sephora


Your skin is the largest organ on your body, and it requires a lot of maintenance. A big part of that maintenance is hydration! I, personally, am a hydration freak. I drink a ton of water, and moisturize all the time. Youth To The People has been on my radar for awhile now, and when I finally tested out their newest formula Adaptogen Deep Moisture Cream I was impressed. The jar is small, but the product is filled up to the brim and a little goes a long way. It’s lightweight, scent-free, and non-greasy, and I can’t stop telling my friends about it. My skin won’t stop glowing and as one review brilliantly put, “It was the drink of water my skin needed.”

Try it (from left to right): Youth To The People Adaptogen Deep Moisture Cream, Sephora, $58; Youth To The People Superfood Peptide Eye Cream, Sephora, $35; Youth To The People Superfood Air-Whip Hyaluronic Acid Moisture Cream, Sephora, $48


Kate Somerville


Kate Somerville skincare products


Even though I don’t get acne like I did in high school, I still like to incorporate a skin clarifying routine in my day-to-day to ward off zits that can pop up. This acne treatment line is the adult skincare treatment your pores have been looking for. It’s the, “Saving grace for cystic acne,” and even some reviewers said the products helped lighten their acne scars. It’s perfect if you’re like me and work out everyday and want to calm and clear your sensitive skin.

Try it (from left to right): Kate Somerville Clarifying Treatment Toner, Sephora, $26; Kate Somerville EradiKate Daily Cleanser Acne Treatment, Sephora, $38; Kate Somerville ExfoliKate Glow Moisturizer, Sephora, $65