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Yves Saint Laurent 2020 Beauty Advent Calendar – Available Now!

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ByMSAOct 12, 2020 | 10 comments

Yves Saint Laurent beauty Advent Calendar 2020

The Yves Saint Laurent 2020 Beauty Advent Calendar is available now! 

If you ever wanted to try the full line of YSL beauty, this is it. Each of the 24 drawers is filled with a trial or full-size version of the brand's skin care, fragrance and makeup. That includes the signature Black Opium Eau de Parfum and one mystery gift.

Here's everything you'll want to know about it:

The Box: Yves Saint Laurent 2020 Beauty Advent Calendar

The Cost: $300.00

The Products:

  • Black Opium Eau de Parfum (0.25 oz.)
  • Mon Paris Eau de Parfum (0.25 oz.)
  • Libre Eau de Parfum (0.25 oz.)
  • Opium Eau de Toilette (0.25 oz.)
  • Mini Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick in No. 1
  • Mini Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick in N. 9
  • Mini Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick in No. 13
  • Mini Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick in No. 19
  • Mini Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick in No. 52
  • Mini Vernis à Lèvres Water Stain Lip Stain in No. 9
  • Mini Tatouage Couture Liquid Matte Lip Stain in No. 1
  • Mini Tatouage Couture Velvet Cream Liquid Lipstick in No. 216
  • Mini Mascara Volume Effet Faux Cils in No.1
  • Mini Mascara The Curler in No. 1
  • Le Vestaire des Parfums Tuxedo Eau de Parfum (0.25 oz.)
  • Mini Dessin Du Regard
  • Top Secrets Instant Moisture Glow (0.17 oz.)
  • Top Secrets Expert Makeup Remover (0.27 oz.)
  • Touche Éclat Blur Primer (0.33 oz.)
  • Pure Shots Night Reboot Serum (0.25 oz.)
  • Pure Shots Hydrabounce Essence-in-Lotion (0.33 oz.)
  • Touche Éclat Radiant Touch in No. 2
  • La Laque Couture in No. 8
  • One "special gift"

Are you going to grab an advent calendar?

Be sure to check out our list of all of the highly anticipated Beauty Advent Calendars and browse more countdown calendars by category here, including options for kids, men, and more.

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10 comments

Mika

I saw the brand name and laughed ” yeah, ok. How much is this going to be”? All sample sizes, NO WAY!!!

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Linda

This brand tests on animals anyway, so regardless of price or anything else, I don’t buy from brands that test on animals.

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Jennifer

I’d rather use that 300 for an animal charity or shelter.

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Ashley

I totally agree, Linda, there are so many other brands that don’t animal test that are very comparable. I switched over a year ago to add in non cruelty brands, now exclusive, and my skin has never been better.

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Toni Marie

$300 for samples…. Wow that 8s a bit much. They should at least add 2 or 3 full sizes to box for this to break even…

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Ashley C

I agree…idk what’s up with all these multiple hundred dollar calendars. I hope whoever buys them enjoys them though 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Tat

I don’t even know who the designer is for YSL. I tend to think not a lot of money went into research for their skin care…easy pass.

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jh

the designer for YSL is Anthony Vaccarello, but in most cases they have nothing to do with their cosmetics/skincare line. they usually license out their brand to bigger cosmetics companies, where they already have a team as well as manufacturing and production capabilities.

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Diamond

With points & promo codes I’ve collected most of this “Free” from Sephora. I literally own half of this stuff and never paid a dime for it. Lol

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Kristin

Way too many lippies for me to even consider.

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