The Sephora Memorial Day sale offers up to 50% off your favorite products

Not that you need an excuse, but the Sephora Memorial Day sale is practically begging you to restock your makeup bag

A French multinational chain of personal care and beauty stores Sephora outlet and logo seen in Shenzhen
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We like our makeup bags how we like our coverage: full. With up to 50% off, the Sephora Memorial Day sale can certainly help with that. 

If you needed an excuse to replenish your collection with best foundation or the best eyeshadow palettes, consider this a sign. Unlike Sephora's 2022 Spring Savings Event, Memorial Day Weekend discounts do not require tiers or special rules to participate, so no need to fret about your Beauty Insider status. 

For those who are in need of a little retail therapy, we'll tell you everything you need to know about the savings. 

The Sephora Memorial Day sale

Head online to the Sephora Sale section (opens in new tab) to cash in on the discounts, where you'll find up to half off your go-to brands, like Fenty. 

Even better news? All you need to do is type in the code "FREESHIP" upon check out—there's no minimum order for free shipping. We sympathize with the delivery men who will have to haul our goods to the front door. 

Might as well check out the best makeup brush cleaners while you're at it. After your shopping spree, you're going to want to keep your tools sanitized and your skin fresh.

What to shop at the Sephora Memorial Day sale

Options abound, but if you need a few suggestions in narrowing down your picks, here's what we have our eyes on. 

Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Bomb Posse Mega Mix & Match Eyeshadow Palette: $48 $33.50 (Save $14.50) | Sephora (opens in new tab)

Bite Beauty Upswing Extreme Longwear Liquid Eyeliner: $25, $13 (Save $12) | Sephora

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