Crocs on Amazon, a Tarte Cosmetics Flash Sale, extra discounts on Under Armour Outlet styles, and more lead Wednesday’s best lifestyle deals.

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Beauty Steals

Tarte Cosmetics is one of those brands that is always in my makeup bag. Right now, they’re giving you up to 70% off 70 select items, no code needed. Grab limited editions of their Tarteist Lip Paint or Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush for a lot less than normal. But it only runs for 48-hours, so you’d better act quickly.


Kat Von D’s beauty line is full of vegan-friendly, parabin-free products that will be a mainstay in anyone’s makeup routine. You voted her Lock-It Concealer into the top four concealers out there, so why not take advantage of free shipping on literally everything, no code needed?

The Big Sales

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, it seems Crocs are here to stay. If you want to get a pair of your own, head over to Amazon and check out their sale on Crocs shoes right now. There’s a pair for everyone in the family as well, if that’s something that interests you.


What better way to get ready for the better weather than discounted Under Armour Outlet gear? Take an extra 25% off practically every style you can think of, no code needed. From the classic Under Armour long-sleeves to training shoes to their Threadborne microthread technology, this gear is perfect for running outside in the warmer months.


Sperry is ready to cannonball into the summer with their Semi-Annual Sale. Take up to 50% off a ton of styles (including swimwear), no code needed. There are a bunch of open-toed sandals and heels, their classic boat shoes, plus some sunglasses as well.


Klymit pads are lightweight and inflate incredibly easy, so they’re ready to be packed into an overnight bag and hiked up a mountain. And right now, Amazon is running a Klymit sale full of really fantastic sleeping pads, pillows and more. I have the Static V2 pad and for $40, I’m kind of pissed I can’t return mine and grab it from Amazon.

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Note: No, that’s not a giant Cheeto. It’s a sleeping bag.


25% off with code JUNE25

American Eagle (and Aerie) have always been a good destination to find simple basics that will last, and denim that isn’t pretentious. Pick up both things (and more) with 25% off when you use the code JUNE25. This includes all clearance and BOGO styles for both men and women, plus the 10-for-$30 promo happening on select women’s underwear, which means they’re really 10-for-$23.


It’s time to start planning your outdoor adventures and Backcountry is gonna help you out in the gear department. During their (very early) 4th of July sale, get up to 50% off a ton of apparel, up to 40% off gear like tents and bags, and up to 30% off brands like Patagonia, Black Diamond, and more.


Shinola sale at Nordstrom Rack

Finding a watch that will last you, but also look great with anything (and not break the bank) is a tough one. But with Nordstrom Rack’s Shinola sale, you can grab a timepiece from the über-hip Detroit-based brand for 50% off.

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These are already going fast, so if you’re thinking about grabbing one, you’d better do it now. A Shinola for under $400 is not something to dilly-dally on.

Home Goods

When I bought my first Cree LED lightbulbs about five years ago, I think I paid more than $10 per bulb. Now, you can get four of them for under $8. We’ve seen other LED bulbs around the $2 mark, but never dimmable ones like the Crees.


This stainless steel table is Amazon’s top seller in the “Commercial Worktables and Workstations” category, but it wouldn’t look out of place in most home kitchens. In fact, I think it looks pretty darn nice, especially for an all-time low $88.

Tech

Aukey HDTV Antenna, $10 with code AUKEYANP

We see deals on HDTV antennas all the time, but even by our standards, $10 is insanely good for an amplified model. This one is even transparent (save for some subtle metal lines), so it’ll blend into any wall.

Before you purchase though, you may want to check out Lifehacker’s guide to see if this kind of antenna is right for you.