YSL. YSL's version of liquid lipsticks, the Tatouage Couture Liquid Mattes, have a thin, liquidy consistency- think NARS Powermattes, Lancome Matte Shakers, and Armani Lip Magnets. They do dry down to a matte finish but are not traditional liquid matte lipsticks, they are more of a stain. I prefer this type of formula as I don't like very thick, dry matte lipsticks, but if you need something 100% transfer proof these might not be for you. I did swatch them in person and they are REALLY nice- I'm especially eyeing the nude shades, of course- Nu Interdit and Singular Taupe.
YSL's new foundation, All Hours, has been getting mixed reviews- I've seen both raves and rants. I tested out a sample and it seems lightweight, semi-matte, and long lasting, although definitely not 24 hours as they claim (why do companies do that??). My skin is dry-normal and the Touche Eclat foundation lasts all day on me as well, so I can't speak to oilier skin types.
I really wish the Touche Eclat Cushion was available at Sephora, as well as the Dior Diorskin Cushion. However lots of foundation favorites are available during the sale- I love Armani base products especially Luminous Silk, Tom Ford Waterproof Foundation and Concealer, and Koh Gen Do Aqua Foundation. The Koh Gen Do may be my favorite, I've never used a foundation that just looks so much like skin. The sale is a great time to buy as the price is on par with Luminous Silk- not cheap. A con would be the extremely laughable shade range. KGD is a Japanese brand that really wasn't well known in the U.S. until the past few years. I remember first purchasing their liquid illuminator from Sephora online; I went into the store to ask about it ahead of time since it was difficult to find it in person or find reviews online and the SA looked at me like I was nuts. They had never heard of the brand despite selling it online. Anyway, this meaningless tangent means to illustrate that IMO the foundation shade range was clearly solely designed with Japanese skintones in mind- I wear 213 which is either the deepest or 2nd deepest shade and I'm basically an Average White Chick. However, my fellow olive people who are in the NC 20-25 range may be in luck as 213 is a nicely muted olive color that is the closest match I have ever found to my winter skintone.
Other favorites to consider
Fude lovers, not a ton of options for us BUT the ones that are available are winners. Tom Ford and Surratt both have their brush lines available on Sephora's website. Check out Tom Ford for goat and Surratt for squirrel. These brushes are rarely discounted elsewhere, the only other place I've found is Surratt at Cult Beauty on occasion, and with the exchange rate (£ to $) it wasn't that much cheaper. I've heard great reviews of the Marc Jacobs bronzer brush and La Mer powder brush and they do look pretty plush, but I'm a snob and refuse to pay fude prices for synthetic machine manufactured brushes.
Kevyn Aucoin Book of Contour vol II. I've been raving about this palette for over a year and recently bought another one for my sister who had used the Candlelight powder from my palette and fallen in love. The deal on this is insane- the palette includes the Sculpting Powder in Medium, Sculpting Cream, Candlelight Cream, Candlelight Powder, and 4 eyeshadows for $65. The face products are full size- for example, the Sculpting Powder included is .14 oz, the same amount as the individual pans which sell for $44. Both the Candlelight and Sculpting powders are holy grail products for me, so it's a no-brainer
Surratt blushes and eyeshadows. Incomparably silky, finely milled powder products.
Phew that's a lot! Remember the sale for VIB Rouge members is 20% off and started Nov. 3rd, ending Nov. 6th, VIB also gets 20%, Beauty Insiders 15%, and their dates are Nov 10th-15th. This year, VIB Rouges will also be able to shop the sale Nov. 10-15th. Good luck and happy hunting!