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Even at full-price, The Review by Byrdie was a steal. And now, it’s being marked down even further. For only $80, you get a full-size of the Tatcha Enriching Renewal Cream (normally $185), Smith & Cult Lash Dance Mascara, Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, Smith & Cult Tainted Lip Stain in Mad Heat, ILIA Illuminator in Polka Dots & Moonbeams, JINsoon Nail Polish in Oratorio, and either a Verso Intense Facial Mask or Deep Hydration Mask.
Let me tell you something. Bite Beauty lipstick is by far my favorite lipstick that is currently available. But, it’s pricey. Which is why this limited edition Bite Beauty Discovery Set at Sephora is so perfect. For $28 (which is only $2 more than just one Amuse Bouche bullet), you get an Amuse Bouche bullet in Beetroot, a Matte Creme Lip Crayon in Leche, a Line & Define primer, and an Agave Lip mask.
The Amopé is an electric foot file that literally files down the gross calluses on your feet until they slightly resemble that of a modern human. Today only, get an Amopé Gift Set, which includes the foot file, extra roller heads, foot cream, and a bag for only $35.
Get all your stocking stuffers for 50% off at The Body Shop. Who doesn’t want a stocking full of great smelling skin care that they can use all year? And with free shipping, you’ll save even more if you sneak something in for yourself. I recommend the Vitamin C line myself.
THE BIG SALES
Another day, another J.Crew Factory markdown. This time, get 50% off everything (price as marked), plus 15% off and free shipping with the code SNOWGOOD. J.Crew Factory has been on sale basically for the last week, so if you haven’t stocked up on workwear staples and outwear galore, maybe this one will change your mind.
With the weather starting to get colder every day, it’s about time to stock up on winter gear. If you’ve struggled to find right equipment to be camping/hiking/outdoorsy for the right price, Moosejaw is giving you up to 40% off everything, no code necessary.
If someone could please explain to me what Green Monday is, I’d be forever grateful. In the meantime, I’ll be taking advantage of this other made up holiday and getting 40% off sitewide at Levi’s (with some exclusions) when you use the code GREEN40. This is a one-day sale, so don’t end up green with envy of those who took advantage of it.
The Bouqs is probably the best place to use when sending flowers right now. The bouquets are unique and the blooms are harvested from the side of a freakin’ volcano. And right now, you’ll be able to get double the flowers for free. Just select the Deluxe size of any holiday bouquet, use the code 2XCHEER at check out and get it for the price of the Original size.
If you actually haven’t stocked up on anything winter appropriate, maybe you should rethink your priorities. While doing that, check out ASOSbecause they’re knocking off 30% off “December Picks,” which is full of everything winter-related and more.
I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if hundreds of Star Wars gifts cried out and were suddenly discounted. Amazon has taken a lightsaber to the prices of a sarlacc pit’s worth of Star Wars merch for one day only. Odds are, you’ll be able to find the perfect thing for that budding Jedi in your life and yourself too, but never tell me the odds.
When it comes to finding the right pair of shoes that won’t hurt your feet after an hour but are still pretty okay looking, Rockport should be on your radar. Amazon has a few styles on sale right now that, if you’re in need of some new kicks, you should take advantage of.
Sweaters, hats, gloves, boots, and more are all 25% off at Urban Outfitters. You’ll be able to keep yourself warm with all the things being marked down, besides a coat, because those aren’t part of this sale. But if you don’t have a winter coat by now and you need one, maybe rethink some things in terms of your priorities.
Every time there’s a sale at Madewell, it’s hard to resist not putting 17 things into my cart. Right now, use the code SPLURGE and you’ll get 20% off your entire purchase, plus free shipping. Or, if you end up going a little overboard and spend $200+, you’ll get 30% off.
With an extra 20% off your entire purchase when you use the code HOLIDAY20, you will end up scoring activewear and sneakers for really great pieces. Just add the code and watch the numbers drop. There is also a ton of activewear like leggings, hoodies, and more.
Club Monaco is one of those stores that you frequently stare at but never purchase from. With an additional 30% off sale items, no code needed, Club Monaco is about to sing you a siren song. Buy this peacoat or that cocktail dress. It’s an extra 30% off. Just go for it.
Right now, a crazy amount of styles are up to 60% off at H&M. You can get basically anything, including kids and home, for up to 60% off. Plus, use the code 0040 and you’ll get free shipping. Don’t say I never did anything for you.
In case you missed out during Deals Week, several of Amazon’s most popular gadgets are back on sale for one last push during the holiday shopping season.
The Echoes and Paperwhite are back down to the same prices at Black Friday, while the $40 Fire Tablet deal is $7 higher than it was before. Interestingly, the Fire HD 10 actually didn’t get a Black Friday discount, so today’s $200 deal is your first chance to save on that model in quite some time.
Hands down, Nespresso is the easiest way to make decent espresso at home, and their high-end VertuoLine model will make regular coffee too. The whole set is down to an all-time low $113 on Amazon today, complete with an Aeroccino Plus milk frother. That’s far and away the best price we’ve ever seen on this model, and a great gift idea for the coffee drinker in your life.
With physical buttons and a touch screen, the ability to control up to 15 devices, a handy charging cradle, and more compatibility than any other brand, the Harmony Ultimate One is a worthy addition to your home and home theater, and today’s $100 deal is easily the best we’ve ever seen.
Best Buy also has the discontinued Harmony 700 marked down to $45, but its screen isn’t touch-capable, and it can only control eight devices.
If you didn’t pull the trigger on a new TV during Black Friday or Cyber Monday, “Green Monday” is here to bail you out with a handful of really solid deals.
- VIZIO 70-Inch LED - with Chromecast Built-in - 4K Ultra HDTV | $900 | Best Buy
- Toshiba 65-Inch with Chromecast Built-in - 4K Ultra HDTV | $600 | Best Buy
- VIZIO 55-Inch LED - with Chromecast Built-in - 4K Ultra HDTV | $450 | Best Buy
- Hisense 50-Inch LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HDTV | $300 | Best Buy
- LG 40-Inch LED - 1080p - HDTV | $180 | Best Buy
- Hisense 32" Class 720p HDTV | $100 | eBay
- Insignia 24" Class 720p HDTV | $70 | eBay
One of the best gifts you can give someone is a cure for battery anxiety, and this 22,000mAh battery pack from RAVPower should do the trick for just about everyone.
Today only, you can pick one up for an all-time low $30 in either black or white. The battery’s sufficient to charge smartphones at least five times, and can even juice up an iPad Mini twice. And since there’s plenty of power to go around, you also get three ports to share. Just note that like all Gold Box deals, this price is only available today, or until depleted.
Clip-on smartphone lenses are fun little stocking stuffers, and this set from Aukey is marked down to a measly $5 today with promo code UBVIXNZ2. We never really see these things dip below $10, so this really is a spectacular discount.
This particular version of the ZenWatch 2 features a quick charging technology that allows you to give it a 60% charge in just 15 minutes. That means instead of charging it overnight, you could wear it to track your sleep and wake you up with a silent alarm, and fill up the battery while you shower and get dressed.
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