Sephora’s Spring Sale event is here and Rouge members get 20 percent off

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Spring is finally here and to celebrate, beauty lovers get the gift of Sephora’s Spring Sale. Yes, the brand’s annual sale is back and Rouge members get to dive into the discount first. 

If you’re new to the sale, just know that anyone who signs up to be a Sephora Beauty Insider can get in on this deal. However, Sephora has tiers for discounts in the Spring Sale depending on your status as either a Beauty Insider, a VIB member or a Rouge member. Starting April 9, Rogue members, the highest membership in the program, can snag 20 percent off their entire order. VIB members can shop the sale on April 13 for a 15 percent discount. Finally, on April 15, Beauty Insiders, including those signing up today, can shop their Sephora favorites for 10 percent off. The Sephora Spring Sale ends for everyone on April 19.

Not sure what to add to your cart? Take a look at the beauty gems below to ensure you make the most of your discount at the Sephora Spring Sale event.

INNBeauty Project Slushy Serum Moisturizer Crush Infused with Bakuchiol, $22.40-$25.20 (Orig. $28)

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One of Instagram’s favorite clean and plastic-free skincare brands is now at Sephora. INNBeauty’s ultra-hydrating Slushy Serum Moisturizer is packed with bakuchiol, a vegan form of retinol and hyaluronic acid. It offers great hydration for the spring and summer that’s not heavy on the skin.

Adwoa Beauty Baomint Deep Conditioning Treatment, $28.80-$32.40 (Orig. $36)

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Kinky and curly hair types love Adwoa Beauty’s deep conditioning treatment. Why? You can feel the mint tingling on your scalp when you apply this to your hair. One shopper who left five stars said “this stuff is amazing.”

“I have thick 4C coils and this product leaves my hair so soft and moisturized,” they wrote. “The best part about this product is you don’t need much to moisturize your entire head. Works best on damp hair!”

Freck Beauty Freck The Original Freckle, $22.40-$25.20 (Orig. $28)

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Ever found yourself scrolling on social media, wondering where to shop the fake freckles that the beauty babes are wearing? Look no further than Freck Beauty’s Original Freckle in the XL size. Apply it on your natural skin or atop a full face of makeup. It works quickly and no, it doesn’t stain after cleansing.

Kitsch X Justine Marjan Rhinestone DAMN Bobby Pin, $10-$18 (Orig. $20)

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Lots of people are still wearing masks, so it’s a good time to add some flare to your hair. Kitsch’s collaboration with Justine Marjan brings you this “DAMN” rhinestone hairpin that’ll easily sparkle in the sun.

Topicals Faded Serum for Dark Spots & Discoloration, $28.80-$32.40 (Orig. $36)

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The Topicals Faded Serum came and went when it first arrived at Sephora. Now that it’s back in stock, swipe it on sale. The serum helps address dark spots and hyperpigmentation, texture and more with star ingredients like niacinamide, tranexamic acid, licorice root and kojic acid.

The INKEY List Fulvic Acid Brightening Cleanser, $8.79- $9.89 (Orig. $10.99)

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One of the newest products from The Inkey List is the super gentle Fulvic Acid Brightening Cleanser. At the budget-friendly price of just $10.99, the cleanser eases off makeup and helps to brighten dull skin overall.

Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Tea Tree Cooling Hydration Mask for Dry, Itchy Scalp, $25.60-$28.80(Orig. $32)

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In The Know commerce editor Julia Webb can attest to the magic of this scalp mask from Briogeo. Though you probably already have hair masks, Webb says this targets your scalp for a deep cleanse.

“The little winter-weather-induced flakes I was dealing with at the front of my scalp are almost completely gone,” she said. “The mask actually works.”

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