The sale does exclude brands like Dyson, GHD and sale items, but with so much to choose from we promise you'll find something to shop.
If you want to revamp your beauty cabinet or try out some new products but don't know where to start, then read on because below, we've listed our wishlist items.
The best beauty bargains to buy this Afterpay Day 2023
Patrick Ta Major Dimensions rose eyeshadow palette, $87.20 (usually $109), Sephora
Want to emphasise your eyes and lean into the warm and rosy shades this autumn? This does-it-all palette from Patrick Ta is all you need in your kit to nail your eye makeup. It includes two cream shades to act as a base with five complementary metallic and matte hues to deepen.
Rare Beauty Soft Pinch liquid blush in Grace, $31.20 (usually $39), Sephora
There's a reason why Selena Gomez's fan-favourite brand is everywhere across our social media pages. These stunning blushes give you all the bang for your buck with their intense pigment, yet they can be buffed out easily for a seamless pop of colour.
Christophe Robin Cleansing purifying scrub, $56.80 (usually $71), Sephora
Detox your scalp with this clarifying scrub from Christophe Robin that will remove impurities and stimulate blood circulation while also exfoliating.
The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid, $14, Sephora
Add this super ingredient to your skincare routine to hydrate and nourish dull skin. Hyaluronic acid holds up to a thousand times its weight in water which makes it a must-have for dry skin.
Fenty Skin Cherry treat conditioning and strengthening lip oil, $36, Sephora
A non-sticky lip oil that hydrates and smooths lips with a touch of tint and a delicious cherry scent? Sign us up! Ms Fenty can truly do no wrong.
Ouai Detox shampoo, $43.20 (usually $54), Sephora
This is the product for us oily-haired girls. This deeply clarifying shampoo will rinse away dirt, oil, and build-up in a flash while strengthening and keeping your hair looking silky and shiny.
Pat McGrath Labs Divine Skin: Rose 001 The Essence, $111.20, Sephora
What Pat McGrath says, goes - and this essence is a miracle for dull and dehydrated skin. Put it on before makeup for a glowing base that smooths and softens.
Olaplex No.3 Hair Perfector treatment, $43.20 (usually $54), Sephora
A best-seller, this treatment is a must for anyone wanting to strengthen dyed and damaged hair. It reduces breakage and improves the look and feel of your locks.
Espressoh Dewy latte, $36.80 (usually $46), Sephora
Prep for a full beat with this adorable primer from Italian brand, Espressoh. Leave the skin feeling brighter and bouncier but not heavy.
Ole Henriksen Banana Bright vitamin C serum, $56.80 (usually $71), Sephora
Who doesn't want beautiful, bright, glowing skin? The answer is no one, and this powerful serum from Ole Henriksen will be a new staple in your skincare routine. Apply in the mornings and watch the difference in your skin's brightness.
Ultra Violette Supreme Screen Hydrating Facial Skinscreen SPF 50+, $39.20 (usually $49), Sephora
Sunscreen is a non-negotiable and Ultra Violette know what they are doing when it comes to sun protection. It's soothing and protecting with ingredients like Kakadu Plum and vitamin C.
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