Extra discounts on sale items from Shopbop, majorly marked down winter coats on Amazon, half off at e.l.f Cosmetics, and more lead Tuesday’s best lifestyle deals.
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For as ridiculously cheap as e.l.f. Cosmetics is, they have some outstanding products. Right now, they’re even cheaper because the code HALFOFF gets you, well, half off orders of $30+ (excluding new and sale items). I recently fell in love with their Mad for Matte Eyeshadow Palette and the Highlighting Dewy Drops, which I highly recommend. Even though they aren’t included in the deal, they’re worth it.
Even at full-price, The Review by Byrdie was a steal for products that were hard to rationalize paying full price for, especially the $185 Tatcha Enriching Renewal Cream. But now, it’s being marked down even further. For only $80, you get that $185 face goop, five other full-size products, and a travel size of the cult-favorite Oribe Dry Texture Spray.
The box includes the Tatcha Enriching Renewal Cream, 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.
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.
Shopbop consistently has those hard-to-find pieces that really make a wardrobe stand out. And with their sale going on right now, you can get an additional 30% off already reduced items with the code EXTRA30. Brands like Mac Jacobs, rag & bone, Carven, and more are marked down.
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 LATEBIRD and you’ll get 25% off your entire purchase. That includes any sale items or gifting ideas you pick up as well.
If you’ve been avoiding the inevitable purchasing of a new winter coat in hopes of the world ending before you actually need it, your time is running out. In the meantime, why not grab a super discounted one from Amazon’s one-day sale on winter coats? There are also some lighter styles in there in case you’ve thrown out all your outerwear for some reason.
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.
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.
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.
To celebrate the holidays, Amazon’s offering a pretty spectacular deal on a few dozen grocery and household essentials: Buy $75, save $25 at checkout. So if you need Red Bull, trash bags, San Pellegrino, or over-the-counter medications that are included in this promotion, $25 is a pretty spectacular discount, and you won’t even have to drive to the store.
Stanley’s growler kit includes a 64 oz. stainless steel growler, plus four 12 oz. steel tumblers to match, and you can get the whole set for $40 today with code LIGHTS, plus free shipping. If you have any beer lovers on your shopping list who still need a gift, you could do a whole lot worse.
For the sake of comparison, Amazon charges more than that for the growler by itself, no tumblers included.
We see a ton of deals on affordable Bluetooth earbuds, but if you’ve been waiting for a solid discount on noise-cancelling on-ears before you cut the cord, you’re in luck today.
Amazon’s marked down BÖHM’s Bluetooth headphones to $63 today as part of a Gold Box deal. These 4.1 star-rated cans include 18 hours of battery life, 40mm drivers, and yes, even active noise cancellation. One color has already sold out, so I wouldn’t wait.
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