If you’re obsessed with Sephora, the next time you’re bored, try reading some online reviews. While many are informative and honest, I’m not talking about those reviews… What you really need to read are the ones that will have you ROFL. Let’s just say that honest is an understatement. While I appreciate the sincerity, what I like even more is the execution: HILARIOUS. Take a look at 12 of the funniest LOL Sephora reviews we could find on Twitter below.
When the Sephora review is relatable AF:
me as a sephora review pic.twitter.com/84I4TkDRZn
— Rachel Whitehurst (@RachLWhitehurst) June 1, 2017
Something’s not right here:
Just read a Sephora review on a one-time use mask, priced at $7.50, comment left was that “price point good enough to justify daily use”. That’s $225 per month on masks. Like what?
— Catherine (@cmacleanrdh) August 16, 2018
If you needed any more convincing about Fenty products:
I read a Sephora review that Fenty Beauty stayed on during sex and all I’m sayin is that my next foundation is gonna be Fenty
— gambino girl 4ever (@theroastedbagel) February 2, 2018
At least they’re being 100% honest:
I really relate to this Sephora review of an eye cream. I feel so…understood. pic.twitter.com/krp0Qr2ILi
— Olivia A. Cole (@RantingOwl) December 10, 2017
When you’re just trying to speak your truth:
my Sephora review got taken down, what I said it covered my under eye corpse circles, five stars
— now what (@jaimiealley) November 5, 2017
Sometimes it’s good to get straight to the point:
I need to be friends with whoever left this Sephora review ?? pic.twitter.com/n14p5ERSum
— Maria Pants (@TbhIdcMaria) March 21, 2017
When bad things happen to good people:
How do I find and become friends with the person who wrote this Sephora review?? pic.twitter.com/2ktXuunTwd
— chelsea lauren. (@Chelsea_Lauren) November 14, 2015
Anyone who references Harry Potter knows what’s up:
A woman in a Sephora review described her hair as “Snape in the front, Hermione in the back” and I don’t think I’ve ever felt so seen.
— Laurie Stark (@heylauriestark) July 4, 2017
Try explaining to me how that’s a problem:
Just read a 2 star sephora review that said a palette’s shadows were “too bright & too pigmented”….. WHAT. DO. YOU. MEAN ??????
— LIL ACID REFLUX (@KirstenKaye_) November 21, 2016
When your spell check accidentally gets turned off:
I was reading a Sephora review of a product, when I saw this:
I quit. pic.twitter.com/p24V2z8nAW
— Cecily W. ???? (@skeskali) October 6, 2016
Too much information, but at least we know it works:
the person who left this sephora review of urban decay’s all-nighter setting spray is my new best friend pic.twitter.com/ZPSQS226jA
— ashley j perks (@kerning) September 7, 2016
Some people shouldn’t be allowed to leave Sephora reviews:
let me remind you all of the best sephora review, “this scent is not white enough for me” pic.twitter.com/sU4VW28jvr
— arrested for thotcrimes (@chaeronaea) June 17, 2015
What do you think of these reviews? Let us know in the comments!
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