Sephora Beauty Insider Fall 2019 Sale Details & Recommendations

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The Fall 2019 Sephora Beauty Insider Sale, also known as the Holiday Bonus 2019, is arriving soon! If you’ve been shielding your bank accounts from previous Sephora Beauty Insider sale events, each Sephora rewards level receives certain dates where they receive 10-20% off purchases, with VIB Rouge members receiving the largest discounts & the most shopping dates.

Sephora Beauty Insider Sale Details

Rouge Members: 20% off Friday, November 1*, through Monday, November 11

VIB Members: 15% off Thursday, November 7, through Monday, November 11

Beauty Insider Members: 10% off Thursday, November 7, through Monday, November 11

All membership levels use code HOLIDAYSAVE at checkout as many times as you’d like throughout the Holiday Bonus sale event. US and Canada only.

*Rouge members can also bring a friend in-store on November 1 to share the 20% discount with

Holiday Gifts

Fenty Beauty Glossy Posse Mini Gloss Bomb Set, $42: Mini versions of Fenty’s popular (with good reason) lip gloss formula in Fu$$y, Pretty Please, Hot Chocolit, Confetti, & Cheeky.

Charlotte Tilbury Gift of Pillow Talk Lips, $35: Save $10 on Charlotte Tilbury’s iconic Pillow Talk Lip Cheat & Matte Revolution Lipstick when you buy them together in this set.

Bite Beauty Mini Amuse Bouche Supercharged Lipstick Set, $21: Bite Beauty is releasing an updated version of their popular Amuse Bouche lipstick formula next year, but you can try these four neutral mini shades now.

Pat McGrath Mini MatteTrance Lipstick Trio, $25: Test drive Pat McGrath’s highly-rated matte lipstick formula in two mini trios. Skin Show leans nude, while Colour Blitz leans nude.

Origins Mask & Go Set, $20: Get five minis of Origins’ highly-effective masks to address a range of skin concerns, including purifying, retexturizing, and deep hydration.


NARS Blush in Sex Appeal, $30: One of my absolute favorite shades feels fresh again this spring. The soft peach shade adds the slightest hint of warmth to my cheeks on my fair skin & if you’re pale like I am, I can’t recommend it highly enough.

NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer, $30: A recent addition to my collection, this concealer took me by surprise. The name and online reviews suggest that it has a stiffer consistency, but I find it to be so easy to blend. I bought shade Chantilly instead of Vanilla, which I wear in the Radiant Creamy Concealer because it tends to run dark and it’s the perfect shade for under my eyes.

Fenty Beauty Stunna Lip Paint in Uncensored, $24: This shade of red is perfect for every complexion, the packaging is absolutely gorgeous, the applicator is innovative, and the formula is divine. What’s not to love?

It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Cream, $38: The shade range isn’t all-encompassing (I have to mix Fair & Light for my complexion), but if you can find your shade, the formula is nearly perfect. High coverage, high moisture, high SPF. If you find it to be too dewy for your skin type, I recommend wearing it alone without moisturizer.

Pat McGrath Mothership I Eyeshadow Palette, $125: Of the four Mothership palettes that I own, this is still the one I reach for most. The gradient of beautiful cool tones punctuated by the vibrant blues and etherial glitters make it the most versatile of the Mothership collection.

Make Up For Ever Step 1 Smoothing Primer, $37: This is the only pore filling primer that consistently keeps foundation from settling into my pores and creating craters on my nose.

Surratt Lash Curler, $30: I resent how expensive this lash curler is, but damn if it doesn’t put every other curler I’ve ever used to shame.

Tatcha Silk Canvas Primer, $52: This primer is so silky smooth that I grabbed the last box in Sephora immediately after touching the sample and a guy friend who was shopping with me had the same reaction. It’s decadent and delightful.

Urban Decay Hi-Fi Shine Ultra Cushion Lip Gloss, $20: I received the color SPL in a Sephora Favorites kit and although it was one of the items I was least excited about, it has turned out to be my most used from the set. The texture is cushion-y and smooth, without a hint of sticky, and the shimmer looks beautiful over lipstick or bare lips. This isn’t the type of gloss formula that I would recommend purchasing every color in, but if there’s a shade that catches your eye you won’t be disappointed.

Pat McGrath LUST Lip Gloss, $28: I wish I didn’t love three of the four Pat McGrath glosses that I own as much as I do. Twilo is consistently the most beautiful coral shade, Paraphernalia garners compliments every time I wear it, and Blood 2 manages to be a boldly pigmented gloss that doesn’t bleed. Blitz Gold isn’t my favorite shade because I find the glitter to be gritty. My love for this formula makes me want to own every shade, but realistically, Prima Donna and Heavy Petal are high on my wishlist.


L’Occitane Almond Shower Oil, $25: This decadent shower oil is an oil that foams on contact with water, not unlike cleansing oils, smells like cookies, and provides far more hydration than a standard gel or cream body wash. It also makes a great shaving oil in a pinch.

Sol De Janeiro Samba Foot Fetish Cream, $27: This is the single most effective foot cream I’ve ever used (and my feet are R O U G H). Plus, the included surfboard-shaped file is a nice touch.

Kiehl’s Creme de Corps Body Lotion, $30: The most hydrating body lotion I’ve ever used, period.

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Eye Cream, $48: One of the best eye creams for prepping the under eye for makeup and helps minimize creasing & fine lines.

Eve Lom Cleanser, $80: One of, if not the original cleansing balm, Eve Lom’s fragrant, luxurious, and soothing formula is one that everyone should experience if your budget allows.

It Cosmetics Confidence In A Cream, $48: A rich moisturizer that always leaves my skin plump, hydrated, and glowing, even the morning after use. Ceramides FTW.

Origins Original Skin Retexturizing Mask, $26: It’s been a couple of years since this clay mask has been in my collection, but I’m missing it in a big way. After just one use, my skin looked refreshed, revitalized, and instantly glowy without feeling tight.

Fragrance, haircare, and tools

Tom Ford Lost Cherry, $320: When this fragrance was first released, beauty lovers everywhere were shocked and delighted by the suggestive scent description, myself included. While I love many Tom Ford fragrances, Lost Cherry has risen to the top of my favorites list, bested only by Black Orchid. Lost Cherry reminds me of my favorite cocktail, a Manhattan straight up with extra cherries, on a crisp winter day. Don’t be fooled by the scent’s bright opening notes. It warms upon dry down and like any good relationship, blossoms over time.

Sephora Pro Airbrush #55, $34: A wonderful multitasking brush, I’ve used #55 for everything from all over powder, bronzer, or even blush.

Kat Von D Lock-It Edge Concealer Brush, $24: This is a great concealer brush for my under eyes, but I love it even more for cleaning up my lip lines because of the precise edge.

Tangle Teezer Compact Styler, $16: Years after I first tried Tangle Teezers, they are still the only brushes I use in my fragile, processed hair on a daily basis.

Klorane Dry Shampoo Loose Formula, $20: If you have fragile, damaged hair, you should consider switching to a non-aerosol dry shampoo formula without drying alcohols, like this version from Klorane. Plus, if you travel often, you won’t have to worry about the TSA confiscating your bottle.

This post was last modified on November 14, 2019 9:16 pm

Sarah Conley

Sarah Conley is a veteran content creator and marketing consultant from Fayetteville, Arkansas. After publishing her first blog, Style It, for over 10 years, she launched Rascal Honey in early 2018 to offer a fresh perspective on style. Her writing has appeared on Time, Teen Vogue, The Huffington Post, Glamour, and Lucky. She's also appeared in tv interviews on CNBC, Fox News, Great Day Washington, The Huffington Post Live, and People Now. She's worked as a social media consultant for the past nine years, helping fashion & beauty brands like MAC Cosmetics, NARS, Prescriptives, Origins, David Yurman, ELOQUII, ellos, Nine West, Clé de Peau Beauté, Diane von Furstenberg, and many more create meaningful communities online. When she's not writing about style or shopping for makeup at Sephora, she's cheering on the Arkansas Razorbacks and perfecting her guacamole recipe.

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  • This is super helpful! Just one thing- the Pat McGrath palette isn’t out by the time the event is over. ;)

    • Hi Julie, Thank you so much for reaching out! I was referring to Mothership IV, which is the Decadence palette, when I wrote this post for the last sale. I just checked and it apppears that it's no longer available on Sephora's site, sadly. Although it was always limited edition, I hadn't heard that it was out of stock. The new palette, Mothership V, is currently up on Sephora's website, but sadly it's not yet available. Perhaps eagle-eyed shoppers will get to take advantage towards the end of the sale if we're really lucky.

      • Mothership V drops September 7 per @patmcgrathreal so there's no way to get it during this sale!

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