This Is Your Last Chance to Shop Celeb-Loved Beauty Products on Sale for Prime Day

Beauty fanatics know that buying high-quality makeup and skincare products can add up quickly. So if there’s ever a chance to score some for less, you can’t not take advantage — and we’re happy to report that anyone with an Amazon Prime membership has the opportunity to do so right now! 

The retailer’s two-day extravaganza kicked off yesterday and offers over 1 million exclusive deals to its members, including hundreds of luxury beauty products for up to 40 percent off. When we say you definitely won’t want to miss out on these deals, we really mean it. There are markdowns on makeup, skincare, and haircare products from top brands like Mario Badescu, Bioderma, Stila, Haus Laboratories, and Redken. 

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As chillier temperatures set in, now’s a great time to stock up on skincare goodies to help soothe that inevitable dry, cracked skin that comes with it.

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Sales and dales on wellness and beauty products

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Amazon Prime Day, the retailer’s biggest shopping event of the year, is live right now — and sales and deals for wellness enthusiasts are aplenty. Thousands of beauty staples such as skin care, cosmetics, hair care and hot tools, as well as makeup brushes and beauty gadgets are heavily discounted. Coronavirus essentials such as face masks and air purifiers, in addition to electric toothbrushes and exercise bikes, are also on sale

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I’m a Beauty Editor, and These Are the 11 Products Worth Buying on Amazon Prime Day

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It’s time—Amazon Prime Day is finally here! It’s the time of year when Amazon majorly slashes prices on some of its most in-demand products. As a beauty editor, my eyes immediately go toward skincare, haircare, makeup, and beauty tools as I scour for the best steals, and this year, I found so many good ones.

Since there are thousands of beauty products on sale this Amazon Prime Day, I did the homework for you and rounded up 11 of my must-have products. From the at-home laser hair removal device that keeps my skin fuzz-free and the liquid eyeliner that stays put no matter what, to the hair products that keep my hair super-shiny and the facial cream that makes me feel like a French girl, here’s what’s worth your hard-earned cash.

1. Remington IPL Hair Removal System

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Ulta Beauty’s 2020 Gorgeous Hair Event Means 50% Off Your Favorite Hair Products

Ulta Beauty is the store that keeps on giving. It seems like every month or so, the beauty chain is offering another massive sale on a slew of cult-favorite skin, makeup, and hair care products — and this October is no different. Running now through Oct. 24, Ulta Beauty’s 2020 Gorgeous Hair Event means you can get your favorite hair tools, styling, and care products for 50% off on Ulta’s website.

You may or may not know how this rodeo goes, but to recap, Ulta Beauty offers different deals every day, so you can fill your calendar with a bunch of steals. Whether you’re looking to try out a new hair color, give your hair some TLC, or just explore some new products, there are a tone of ways to indulge in Ulta Beauty’s Gorgeous Hair Event. After all, it only happens twice a year.

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12 Beauty Products to Shop During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October marks that time of year where our beauty counters get a little more pink for a great cause: Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

While many people don’t need an excuse to stock up on their cult-favorite creams or lipstick, there is nothing more motivating than giving back. That’s why each year, makeup, hair, and skincare brands alike all partner with various charities and initiatives to raise awareness and fund research to one day find a cure for breast cancer.

So if you’re in the mood to do a little shopping in October, we’re sharing all our favorite beauty buys for the month with you. Each product is sure to deliver quality results, with profits going to an important cause.

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Jessica Alba’s Honest Beauty products are now available in Canada

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The product packaging was also boring, she says.

“There was no colour, there was no fun. Everything was so drab and itchy and raw,” Alba recalls. “I was like, gosh, I really wish I could get the sophistication and the beauty and the aesthetic of modern products, but made with more natural alternatives, more natural ingredients.”

The Honest Company was her attempt to fill that product void, launching in 2011 with 17 products in the personal care category such as body wash, shampoo and conditioner, as well as a few products for home cleaning.

“It was really like, what are the everyday products that you’re exposed to that could really effect your health?” Alba summarizes of the initial offering.

Operating with what Alba calls “full transparency” and “a higher standard,” the company uses its Honest Standard, which includes a “No List” of more than 2,500 chemicals and

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The Best Beauty Products On Amazon

When you think of online beauty shopping, Amazon might not be the first store that comes to mind. But the mega retailer actually has a ton of cult favorite products. It’s long been a treasure trove for drugstore favorites, like a dependable micellar water and a popular shimmery blush (which is a close dupe for that Nars shade).

But in recent years, the site has also brought on a slew of luxury beauty brands, like Drunk Elephant and Tatcha, as well as luxe makeup brands like Charlotte Tilbury and Anastasia Beverly Hills. The site is also a great place to find beloved indie brands, like Herbivore Botanicals or Grown Alchemist, and dermatologist-formulated products that target specific skin conditions, like acne, keratosis pilaris, melasma, and more.

The trouble is, the site’s beauty navigation leaves something to be desired. And when you’re investing in a new product, you’ll have better luck

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Rachel Brosnahan shares the affordable beauty products in her self-care routine

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Unlike her character Midge in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Rachel Brosnahan prefers to keep her beauty routine simple, quick and easy. In fact, rather than putting on a signature red lip as she would on set, Brosnahan has opted to go makeup-free these last few months and indulge in her beauty routine as a form of self-care.

We’ve all been spending more time at home lately, and Brosnahan says this has allowed her to take a little more time with her morning routine — even with products that she’s been using for the past few years. She partnered with Cetaphil last year — a

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The Best TikTok-Famous Beauty Products | The Strategist

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Though TikTok is perhaps best known for producing viral dances and making Donald Trump mad, the app has quietly morphed into a next-generation QVC, unearthing useful doodads and oddball gadgets you didn’t know you needed. A product that goes viral on TikTok can sell out for months at a time, and the hashtag #TikTokMadeMeBuyIt has racked up 645.1 million views (and probably as many dollars in sales).

No products sell faster on TikTok than beauty products, whether it’s a DIY eyebrow lamination kit, men’s shaving powder, or a shower jelly that costs exactly $1. And because the app is dominated by teens, many of these things are easy on the wallet (or the allowance, as it were). To find out what lives up to the hype, we spent hours exchanging hundreds of DMs with TikTok influencers, asking just one

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Killing Eve Nabs Licensing Deal For Line of Beauty Products

Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri, Jodie Comer as Villanelle - Killing Eve _ Season 3, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle

Production of Killing Eve‘s fourth season may be delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but we have some thrilling news to tide us over in the meantime. AMC Networks and IMG just agreed on a multiyear licensing deal that will result in a range of consumer products inspired by the hit series, including categories like apparel, accessories, games, travel, and beauty. That’s right, folks: a Killing Eve makeup collection could be in the works this very second, ready to debut upon the show’s eventual return.

While speaking about the deal, Sherikay Chaffee, IMG’s vice president of licensing, said, “Aside from being one of the most popular and loved shows on TV, it’s also one of the most clever and stylish. The dual aspect and opposing nature between its two lead characters can be used to tell a story about a product. For example, the unconventional and the conventional, the

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