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These Beauty Sets Are Perfect for the Girl Who Can't Decide What to Buy

Try all the bestsellers of a brand by purchasing their sets. Bang for your buck!
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Nothing is more frustrating than staring at a million and one beauty products on your screen while you contemplate which lucky product will dive into your shopping cart before you hit the checkout button. Do you go with the cult favorite or do you dare try a new arrival that has stellar reviews? We know, the pressure to click on something is just, ugh, impossible. LOL! But seriously, don't you wish you could just sample all the best ones rather than pick just one single item? Luckily, there are some brands who package their best selling items so you won't have a difficult time shopping their inventory. Scroll down to see some of them below!

For the girl who's always under the sun

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Supergoop! At Play Value Set, P2,178, Sephora.ph

These four sun protection items come in a handy tote, too! Super convenient, right?

For the beauty girl newbie

Benefit Cosmetics Girl Pop! Lips, Cheeks & Lashes Set, P2,500, Sephora.ph

All the basics accounted for: highlight, lip and cheek tint, sheer balm, and mascara for flirty lashes.

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For the girl who loves taking a bath, lol

The Body Shop The Iconic Mini Collection, P3,995, The SM Store

There's a little bit of everything here. A shower gel, body polish, body butter, concentrate for your face, vitamin c moisturizer, lip & cheek stain, and hand cream? If that's not sulit, we don't know what is!

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For the extra girl who wants to treat herself

Marc Jacobs Beauty Effortlessly Irresistible Most Coveted Bestsellers Set, P7,400, Sephora.ph

We all start out with borrowing makeup from our mom to buying our own products from the drugstore and eventually, we save up for the ~fancy~ glow up arsenal. These beauts from Marc Jacobs beauty definitely deserve a spot on your vanity!

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