Just like your favorite fashion brands, the beauty companies all operate sale sections of their respective sites. I frequently click around the sale sections on Sephora, Ulta and Stila. A couple of lesser-known outlets are ASOS and Urban Outfitters (mixed in with accessories).
In person, I am queen of the CVS Extra Care Beauty Club. I milk those benefits for all that they’re worth and I always use my Extra Bucks and weekly email coupons to snag drugstore favorites from the mass brands. It’s also great for stocking up on beauty basics like Q tips, Vaseline, and nail polish remover.
Finally, if you’re a true beauty addict, you should make friends with the Travel Size section at Sephora. Some may call it the impulse buy section near the register, where everything is priced and sized on a smaller scale, but to me that’s where some of my best beauty discoveries happen! You can pick up two or three mascaras for the price of one full size and really play with trends that you might otherwise not invest in.
A few of my favorite steals for fall: Simple Sensitive Skin Expert Vital Vitamin Day Cream, $10.99. // Sephora by OPI Tempted by Teal, $3.00 // Free People Bow Barrette, $6.95 // NYX HD Studio Photogenic Grinding Blush, $13.19 // Tweezerman Mini Brow Rescue, $22.50 // L’Oreal Voluminous Million Lashes, $7.00 // Sephora Collection Lush Flush Lip and Cheek Stain, $3.00
So there you have it, a few of my tricks and tips for keeping your beauty buys within budget! If you like what you see comment below or tweet this post using the hashtags #salerackskinny or #srs.
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