Sephora has launched an Australian online store

Posted: 29 October 2015 10:31 am News

Sephora-Launch-Main-ImageThis is not a drill. It's finally happening.

Australia is getting its very own Sephora online store! At last.

The global beauty giant launched its first bricks-and-mortar premises in Sydney on 5 December 2014, a very exciting day for beauty babes in the Sydney area.

However, an online outlet did not immediately follow, leaving those outside of the New South Wales capital unable to conveniently purchase from the retailer.

All that is about to change with the official launch of on 2 November, which just when live. Right now!

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As the US online store does not ship to Australia, this is the first time that many Australians will have access to Sephora exclusive brands like Kat Von D, Becca, IT Cosmetics and the famous Sephora house brand. Although the initial offering of brands is not nearly as vast as what is available at overseas stores, the number of is ever-growing and new brands and releases can be expected each month following the launch.

In other exciting Sephora news, the second Sydney store launched successfully at Macquarie Centre this 17 September and the eagerly awaited Melbourne store is fast approaching its pre-Christmas launch date.

If you want to get your hands on some great Sephora deals, click through to find all the discounts and promo codes in the one place.

Keep checking this page for more updates on pricing, shipping and more as soon as we get them!

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