I went to CVS to for last week’s Rimmel and Wet ‘n Wild buy 1 get 1 free sale.
Prices ranged from $1.99 – $3.99
Rimmel – 2 nail polishes Steele grey and a purple
Wet ‘n Wild – eyeshadows; bronze and green
mascara; mega volume
lip glosses (not very glossy),
cream eyeliners; black and eggplant
liquid eyeliners; espresso and turquoise
Sunday craft project; de-potting shadows for CD palettes (with fire)
A few got broken 🙁 but they are still usable
On my way home from school today (I was so bored, I think I’m over being a scientist) I stopped at Rite Aid for to see what they had on sale.
This week Cover Girl was Buy One Get One Free my favorite deal so for $26 I got;
2 CG Volume Lash Blast Mascaras
2 CG Line Exact (eyeliner)
2 CG Lip Slicks (lip balm)
2 Wet n’ Wild Mega Mixers (lip gloss) (buy 1 get 1 50% off)
I really want to try this face scrub!!
It’s from IQQU Beauty and I was reading someone’s blog awhile back and they raved about this jasmine rice scrub and it’s only $15.
Yesterday I was in the grocery store and went into the beauty section only to see N.Y.C was on sale. This wasn’t a buy 1 get 1 free sale, or buy 2 get 1 free.
Everything was on sale from $0.49 to $1.99 I could not believe my eyes and to top it of everything was already gone 😮
I hope they plan on restocking soon, when I buy “drugstore” makeup whether pharmacy or Walmart or Target it has to be on SALE.
That’s the only way I feel I’ll get my money’s worth, but then on the other hand I have no problem spending $$$$ on a single item in Macy’s or Sephora or Body Shop. Case in point, Clinique mascara in yesterday’s post $14 and I got a $14 lipgloss, did I feel bad about spending that much, NO.
Would I if it was Target YES!!! I’d probably return it too.
What is wrong here?????
I’m staining some cells for sorting so I thought I’d quickly review the nail polish I’m wearing. I bought a couple of NYX nail polishes from CherryCulture.com for $1.50 each (now it’s buy 2 get 1 free). I love the colors and I can only wear one at a time and still be viewed as a sane scientist.
The frosty look is from the bottle, but this polish “Penny” is so pretty. It’s not the color of a penny but that of a deep lilac.