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Best Beauty Sales on Makeup, Skin Care, and Hair Products This Week



Well, folks, we made it: Presidents’ Day sales 2020 are officially here, and lucky for all the beauty fans — ourselves included — there’s a huge list of amazing deals and discounts to take advantage of this year. Not only are retail giants like Ulta Beauty and Dermstore offering awesome steals (thanks, guys!), but coveted skin-care brands such as Strivectin, Kiehl’s, and Murad are in on the action, too. We know because we took the liberty of searching for the best of the best. So let’s not waste any time, shall we? Ahead, find all of the worthy beauty sales happening this holiday weekend.

Even when the beloved beauty retailer isn’t having a big sale, it still has a slew of deals and discounts for shoppers to take advantage of. Not only does it update its Buy More Save More section all the time, but it puts some of the best-selling brands on sale almost every week. Right now, for instance, you can score the editor-favorite T3 Featherweight Hair Dryer for $119 (originally $150), the Hot Tools Professional 1” Digital Salon Flat Iron for $52 (originally $75), and CHI’s Pink Titanium Temperature Control Hairstyling Iron for $109 (originally $119). Additionally, big-name brand like Sexy Hair, Sunday Riley, and Alterna are all in the sale section. Don’t sleep on the chance to get some seriously good discounts. Shop for great hair-tool deals and much more at

Nordstrom is another retail giant where you can find a wellspring of beauty products on sale at any given time, so you can bet Presidents’ Day deals are going to be next level. Look forward to big-name brands being marked way down, along with best-selling products that are usually never on sale. Shop the sale at

The boutique-like beauty retailer rarely has sales, so you definitely don’t want to miss your chance to shop fan-favorite skin-care brands such as SkinCeuticals, Augustinus Bader, Mario Badescu, and many more. From February 16 through 18, shoppers will receive 15 percent off any purchase of $150 or more, so whether you want to stock up on some core staples or splurge on a product you’ve been dying to try, now is the time to do it.
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For its Presidents’ Day sale extravaganza, SkinStore is offering a whopping 25 percent off major brands like Eve Lom, Christophe Robin, NuFace, Neocutis (a dermatologist favorite), Wander Beauty, and so many more. It’s also gifting each shopper a free SkinMedica Lumivive System, which is valued at $66. Just plug in the code PRES25 at checkout and you’re good to go. As if that wasn’t enough, you can also get up to 50 percent off products from brands such as Slip, Pixi, and H2O+ Beauty, so please, shop to your heart’s content, people.
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For those who haven’t experienced Strivectin products in all of their sublime, skin-boosting glory, now is your chance. Score 20 percent off the brand’s best-sellers, including its famed TL Advanced Tightening Neck Cream PLUS, when you use the code BEST20. A word to the wise: You don’t want to miss this deal because Strivectin does not have sales often.
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Kiehl’s is currently having one seriously fabulous offer: When shoppers spend $65, $95, or $115, they’ll get the opportunity to choose from six, eight, or 10-piece skin-care sets — no code required. There are six kits to pick from, so it won’t be easy, but might we suggest the Ultra Hydration or the Get Glowing sets? Both of them have all the products you need to soothe your winterized skin this season. The offer is available until February 24, so set those reminders now so you don’t forget.
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For anyone unfamiliar, Artifact Uprising is a Colorado-based lifestyle brand that sells high-quality photo books, prints, frames, and all sorts of super-thoughtful gifts. Through Tuesday, February 18, shoppers can enjoy 15 percent off when they spend $150 or more, which shouldn’t be too hard considering the seemingly infinite array of dreamy products they have on deck. Use the code WEEKEND15 to save.
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Murad is doing it big for us this year and having a week-long President’s Day sale, and we couldn’t be more psyched. Now through February 21, shoppers will get $10 off when they spend $50, $30 off when they spend off $130, and $50 off when they spend $300. Not too shabby, no? Use this time to pick up products such as its new Youth Renewal Night Cream, which people are already raving about, or longtime best-sellers like its Revitalixir Recovery Serum. Use the code LOVEMURAD when it’s time to check out in order to redeem one of these rad offers.
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To celebrate our founding father’s, editor-beloved brand Elemis is offering customers 20 percent off all full-sized products through February 16 with the code WEEKEND20. Not sure what to splurge on? You can’t go wrong with the Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm or the Superfood Facial Oil, as both of them work wonders on dry, distressed winter skin.
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Our friends at Becca Cosmetics want to celebrate you this Valentine’s Day weekend, which is why it’s giving out FREE (free!) full-sized lipsticks to those who spend $50 or more. No code is needed, and you can choose from several different shades or red, including Garnet, Crimson, Cherry and Scarlet. Snag yours today before the deal is done.
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Next Wednesday, February 19 is National Lash Day, which is one of our favorite holidays to celebrate at Allure. You can score 50 percent off of the Benefit Roller Lash Mascara on The brand is also offering 20 percent off select mascaras. Shop this deal and more at

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Kylie Jenner Surprisingly Did Not Think Her Beauty Company Would Be Successful



It seems like everything comes easy for the Kardashians and the Jenners. They’re rich. They’re famous. Kylie Jenner’s daughter literally had a theme park constructed in honor of her first birthday party — yeah, they’re that rich. 

So it’s weird to hear about any struggles or apprehensions the family has. Who can forget Khloe Kardashian’s ill-advised comments on the price of coffee? That went over well.

But during a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Jenner surprisingly revealed that she never thought her beauty company would be so successful.

The origins of Kylie Cosmetics

When Keeping Up with the Kardashians premiered in 2007, Jenner was just 10-years-old. In the early 2000s, it was hard to imagine that the youngest member of the Kardashian clan would one day be the richest. But much to everyone’s surprise, that’s exactly how it turned out. 

Jenner started Kylie Cosmetics in 2015. A year later, the reality star told Complex that she had big dreams, telling the magazine: “I want to be as big as the other [cosmetic] brands. It’s my dream to be on Forbes.”

Fast forward a few years and Jenner is named Forbes’ youngest self-made billionaire and has one of the biggest makeup brands in the industry.

Kylie Jenner never imagined her company would find such success

Kylie Jenner | Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

As we said, everything seems to come so easy to the Kardashian family. So it’s natural to assume Jenner had no problem picturing herself achieving her dreams. But in a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the beauty mogul explains how that’s not exactly how things played out. 

When the interviewer asked the 22-year-old if she ever envisioned her company would be so successful, Jenner responded: “I didn’t think it was possible.”

She continued: “I didn’t think that this could really be my job. I always loved makeup, though. I wanted to watch tutorials. I would play with my own makeup or my mom’s. I’ve always loved makeup, and I was obsessed with lipstick.”

And actually, Jenner’s apprehensions make sense. Though her sisters have dabbled in the beauty industry, none of them has ever found any real tractions. While the older sisters have found success as reality stars, it’s the younger Jenner sisters who have been able to branch out and find success outside the show.

The secret formula to Kylie Cosmetics

What is the secret formula that has made Kylie Cosmetics so successful? And how has Kylie Jenner achieved so much at such a young age? From what it appears, the company’s success is more of a family affair. 

During the interview, mother Kris Jenner revealed that Kylie Jenner takes care of the creative side of the business and is the “CEO, CMO, and CCO.” Kris Jenner, on the other hand, is in charge of the business side — everything that goes on behind the scenes. 

Since the beginning of KUWTK, Kris Jenner has always been the momager. She has been credited for her children’s success and ultimately the success of the show. Kylie Jenner says she’s probably more like her mom than the rest of the children when it comes to her entrepreneurial drive. 

So what’s the secret to Kylie Jenner’s success? It’s a whole lot of hard work combined with some smart business decisions. Oh, and throw in the Kardashian name, that certainly doesn’t hurt.

When you grow up in the spotlight and are raised to know nothing else, you have to find a way to make it work. When it comes to Kylie Jenner and Kylie Cosmetics, the young star certainly has found a way to make it work. 


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