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Sephora's Beauty Insider Event Is Almost Over — Don't Miss These Deals

Megan Decker

Sephora's big Beauty Insider Event is almost over, but if you've missed the first-round hustle, fear not, you still have a few hours to shop — and sweep up some insane last-minute savings.

For those just joining us, here's a quick breakdown: The Insider Event is open to all three tiers of Sephora's Insider loyalty program, but the highest savings go to Rouge members (those who spend $1000 or more a year). Rouge gets you 20% off when you use the code 'HEYROUGE'. If you're a VIB member (you spend $350 a year), you'll get 15% off any purchase using the code 'HEYVIB,' and if you're an Insider (you simply signed up), get 10% off using 'HEYINSIDER.'

No matter where you fall on the membership ladder, the opportunity to save ends at midnight tonight — Monday, May 6 — meaning, this is the last call. If you're looking to strategize your shopping, we've broken down our readers' most-shopped Sephora beauty products — all of which will be price-chopped by 10, 15, or a full 20% if you add-to-cart now. From Drunk Elephant to a trusty bottle of Olaplex, scroll through the slides ahead for 14 foolproof ways to win big at Sephora — before everything's back to full-price.

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How do you even out your skin tone once and for all? R29 readers (and over 130,000 Sephora reviewers), will say your best bet is in this orange bottle of Truth Serum. It's packed with vitamin C, to brighten, correct uneven tone, and create a radiant complexion that only gets glowier with time.

OLEHENRIKSEN Truth Serum®, $49, available at Sephora

R29 readers are loyal to Rita Hazan's color-protecting foam gloss, and they're not the only ones. Hazan, a celebrity hair colorist based in New York City, gives it to all her A-list clients (including Jessica Simpson and Beyoncé) to make their blonde highlights stay shiny a few weeks longer.

Rita Hazan Ultimate Shine Gloss, $26, available at Sephora

For a nighttime face wash that literally melts away makeup without stinging or irritating sensitive skin, look no further than the newest cleanser by Drunk Elephant — an R29 editor and reader favorite. One important note, Sephora's Insider promotion limits you to only three Drunk Elephant skin-care products per cart, so we strongly recommend snagging this new balm cleanser, then strategizing your two other picks.

Drunk Elephant Slaai™ Makeup-Melting Butter Cleanser, $34, available at Amazon

" Holy sh*t, this is magic! " summarizes our R29 beauty team's candid review of the Kosas Tinted Face Oil — so we're not at all surprised that our readers dig it as well.

Kosas Tinted Face Oil Foundation, $42, available at Sephora

Since launching this past March, these boxes of Peace Out Dark Spot Patches have been selling out at Sephora — and for good reason. Fans, both R29 and Sephora shoppers alike, love that these little guys make precision brightening as easy as slapping a sticker on your face before bed.

Peace Out Microneedling Dark Spot Brightening Dots, $28, available at Sephora

This Tatcha vitamin C serum is on the pricier side, but it's undeniably worth the hype. Our editors found it left their skin glowy, soft, and noticeably less clogged after just one use — and can you really put a price tag on that kind of greatness? We don't think so. But Tatcha mega-fans should be warned, like Drunk Elephant, all Tatcha steals come with an exclusionary clause, also only three products per cart, so keep that in mind when shopping.

Tatcha Violet-C Brightening Serum 20% Vitamin C + 10% AHA, $88, available at Sephora

This $39 exfoliant was created to be a cleaner, more natural alternative to Biologique Recherche's P50 lotion ($101 for a full-size bottle), and has already generated a similar cult following.

Moon Juice Beauty Shroom™ Exfoliating Acid Potion, $39, available at Sephora

This Nails Inc base coat — infused with keratin, aloe, vitamin E, and, of course, kale extract — is a $15 investment in hard, glossy nails for however long it takes you to drain the bottle. There's a reason the Sephora landing page has more than 150 glowing reviews.

Nails Inc. NAILKALE - Superfood Base Coat, $15, available at Sephora

Is squinting at your computer all day giving you 11 lines? This beloved wrinkle serum by Caudalíe can help soften them, without leaving behind a sticky residue under makeup.

Caudalie Vine[Activ] Vitamin C Anti-Wrinkle Serum, $52, available at Sephora

Inclusive K-beauty brand Kaja made its 5-star debut when it launched in Sephora last year. And the makeup line is keeping the momentum going with these new heart-shaped lip glosses that make touch-ups a hell of a lot more fun.

Kaja Heart Melter Lip Gloss Stick, $17, available at Sephora

Ask any colorist the one at-home hair product they recommend to their clients, and we'd bet you $28 they'd say Olaplex.

Olaplex Olaplex Hair Perfector No. 3, $28, available at Sephora

There's a reason this fruit-loaded face mask sold out in under five hours and generated a 1,000-person waitlist. The gel mask truly locks in moisture, and has become an R29 favorite overnight treatment and travel essential. Its ice cube-inspired jar and pastel pink coloring makes it especially Instagram-worthy, too.

Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask, $22, available at Sephora

This brightening eye cream from Sephora Collection's new skin-care line has caffeine to depuff tired undereyes. It hasn't even been out for a month, but it's already amassing a loyal following — especially among the tired and hungover.

Sephora Brightening Eye Cream – Hydrate & Depuff, $16, available at Sephora

This styling cream somehow gives hair a polished, yet slept-in look with separation and extra shine. There's a reason our readers keep buying this stuff — and we can't keep it in stock in our beauty closet, either.

Bumble and bumble Brilliantine, $24, available at Sephora

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