Free Bare Escentuals and up to 75% off at Sephora!
I’ve usually been satisfied with getting staple beauty items from companies like Jane (I love their mineral line.) Perhaps you are wanting to stock up on something a bit more spendy for yourself or a Christmas gift. Sephora.com still has some neat buys in stock in their Sale department. While many of the items are going fast, I was able to snag a Napolean Perdis mascara for under $6 and a cute little Sephora girls mini Princess kit for 50% off.
Sure, the economy may not make it seem necessary to pamper your lashes, but let’s face it – I need my makeup. If you’re looking for some nice stocking stuffers, you might also scoop up some of the remaining clearanced-priced Sephora-brand body washes and scrubs (they are going fast, but are 75% off.)
The best part of this week’s deal is the opportunity to try Bare Escentuals BareMinerals SPF 15 for practically nothing. You’ve seen the commercials. I’ve seen the commercials. I’ve even drooled at how fabulous my friends looked after getting complimentary makeovers at the BlogHer convention. You can imagine how pumped I was to find out that I could snag a 10-day supply of the stuff (with free baby buki brush) by entering code “10DAY” at checkout.
If you have a “spending problem”, this may not be the deal for you. If you like to wait for a great deal to indulge in the finer things, then you might be in for a treat! And if you’ve been holding out for an opportunity to give Bare Escentuals a shot without the hassle of returning product if unsatisfied, this is not a bad deal.
Note that shipping is only free from Sephora.com if your order is over $50. If you’re not going to buy that much, don’t push it. Just pay the $5.95 flat rate shipping (still not bad) and be happy with your self-control. You also get to pick three (tiny) samples with each order.
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