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Simplify your regimen with Saie’s effortless yet effective beauty products. Browse high-performing lipstick, highlighter, applicators, and so much more.
Does Sephora carry Saie?
Yes, Saie is a Sephora exclusive brand, and we sell many of its makeup products. If you’re leaning toward eye solutions, we’ve got you covered with brightening concealers, lengthening mascaras, and volume-enhancing eyebrow gels.
Want to upgrade your face products? Be sure to browse Saie’s lineup of dewy highlighters, luminous setting powders, hydrating sunscreens, feel-good tinted moisturizers, and more.
What are Saie's best-selling products?
The best-selling Saie Dew Blush Liquid Cheek Blush promotes a healthy-looking hue that lasts through its super-blendable formula. It also includes mulberry to help address pigmentation, and evening primrose to soothe dryness and irritation.
Made to melt into your skin, the Sun Melt Natural Cream Bronzer is a favorite for achieving a natural-looking radiance. And you can count on this easy-to-apply product to never look cakey or patchy.
Designed to deliver reliable hydration and UV protection, the Saie Slip Tint Dewy Tinted Moisturizer SPF 35 Sunscreen helps brighten up your complexion along the way. The Glowy Super Gel Lightweight Dewy Highlighter is another popular pick for providing a noticeably illuminated appearance.
Is Saie a clean beauty brand?
Yes, Saie is a Clean and Planet Positive brand.
How do you use Saie Dew Balm?
Warm a small amount of the Dew Balm between your fingertips or on the back of your hand. Tap into your skin, focusing on the cheekbones, brow bone, Cupid’s bow, and lids. For best results, apply the balm to bare skin or on top of dewy non-matte foundations.
How do you apply Saie Slip Tint Tinted Moisturizer?
Apply the moisturizer generously with your fingertips and then blend all over.
How do you use Saie Dew Blush?
Gently remove excess product. Using the Dew Blush’s wand, dab one to two dots onto your cheeks. Add more if you’re going for deeper color. Blend out with your fingertips onto the apples of cheeks and wherever else you want to add a pop of color.