We compared prices on hundreds of beauty products at five retailers. The winner might surprise you!
We’ve all been there. You sit at your vanity and realize you’re running low on nearly all the products you use for that perfect morning beauty routine. It’s halfway through the month and your beauty budget is running low.
Prioritizing self-care while making sure you don’t make it rain on the Sephora counter each visit can be tough. That's why we compared prices on hundreds of beauty products across five retailers (Sephora, Ulta, Amazon, Target and Walmart) to see who had the best deals. These ten examples show that comparing prices across retailers is worth it. The good news is that Popcart chrome extension can do it for you automatically!
Peter Thomas Roth Moisturizer Ulta ($58.00) to Walmart ($33.00)
Coming from a secret spring deep below Hungary’s Carpathian Valley, this literal fountain of youth in a jar doesn’t need to steal your funds away now that you know you can save a whopping $25 by buying it from Walmart.
NARS Natural screenshot Radiant Longwear Foundation Sephora ($49.00) to Walmart ($36.99)
That perfect color match, that killer glow, a long-wear foundation that you can save 25% percent on today? Sold! Not only did you save money, but you also saved time to answer this age-old debate:
Foundation application before or after you perfect your eye makeup?
Morphe Eyeshadows 35F Fall Into Frost Palette Amazon ($36.99) to Ulta ($25.00)
Enough saving to actually buy at least one coveted Morphe Brush. Price comparison, helping you build that brush collection one product deal at a time.
BaBylissPRO Porcelain Ceramic Carrera2 Dryer
Ulta ($74.95) to Walmart ($60.00)
You can’t beat 20% off porcelain and ceramic dryer built for faster and more protected hair drying. Less frequent salon appointments are just added savings!
Essie Nail Polish in Bordeaux Ulta ($9.00) to Amazon ($7.70)
Nothing beats saving on a long-lasting nail polish whose color is ready to transport you to a French winery.
Belif Peat Miracle Revital Eye Cream
Sephora ($58.00) to Amazon ($49.71)
Late night shopping sprees may or may not increase that eye bag visibility. Saving time and money on this Miracle Revital Eye Cream may just help cure those eye bag woes.
Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner
Ulta ($22.00) to Amazon ($12.00)
Just $2.00 short of what could have been a 2 for 1 deal! Not only is this an easy steal, Eyeko really makes that tricky cat eye as easy as installing Popcart as an add-on.
DERMALOGICA Precleanse Cleansing Oil
Sephora ($45.00) to Walmart ($34.00)
Just when you thought the 12 step Korean beauty routine was enough to run you dry, a PreCleanse Cleansing Oil pops up and begs you to add it to your collection. With all these long-stay products and environmental pollution, how can you say no to adding an extra and now not as expensive step to your evening routine?
Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Glisten Sephora ($29.00) to Amazon ($21.44).
Even you can live la vie en rose with this Tarte Clay Blush. Adding some color to those cheeks and keeping those dollars in your pocket can leave you sashaying out the house in a win-win situation. And that’s before mentioning this blush lasts 12 hours!
Zadro Fluorescent Surround Light Max Bright Vanity Mirror 10X/1X Target ($79.99) to Amazon ($60.62).
What’s a beautiful collection if you can’t see what you’re putting on your face. All those hour-long YouTubetutorials and you don’t even have good lighting! A bright light that helps you see the benefit of that Fenty Highlight you just bought is a must and now you can save 24% on the retail price. Score!
Whether you’re looking for that Insta worthy glow, or you want to enjoy that sweet personal time that comes with self-care, you shouldn’t have to feel the need to rob a bank to get the top products on your counter.
Gone are the days of impulse shopping, and hello is the new dawn of getting the most for the lowest price.
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