If you read my recent SPOTTED post (here), then you know I went to my local Big Lots recently and on my way out spotted some Elf and Wet n Wild cosmetics sets, well I decided to go back and see what other goodies I was able to find, and I was AMAZED at the amount of beauty and skincare products I spotted, all of which are drugstore (some high end) brands!
First I made my way to the skincare isle where you usually see body wash, hand soap, etc. Well I was surprised to find Biore Skincare products (Biore Hard Days Night Overnight Moisturizer and Biore Clean Things Up Nourishing Gel Cleanser) at Big Lots! Normally these products are valued $5.99 and up, they were priced at $3.50.Next I spotted Neutrogena Deep Clean Relaxing Nightly Scrub which retails for about $7.00, it was priced at $5.00, in addition right next to the scrub were Aveeno Smart Essentials Daily Detoxifying Scrub which retail for $7.29, and they were also priced at $5.00.
I then made my way onto the cosmetics isle, and I felt like a kid at a candy store…. I first spotted Sally Hansen Salon Effect Nail Polish Strips which retail for $9.99, they were all priced at an AMAZING price of ---> $3.00!!! I really wanted to try these strips especially for only $3.00; however the only “shade/color” available was this bright neon yellow, so I decided to skip on it!
Right below the Sally Hansen strips I noticed a wide range of Almay, Maybeline, and Revlon blushes, foundation, nails polishes, and mascaras, all of which were priced at unbelievable prices (less than $4.00).
I also spotted hundreds of Revlon lipsticks including Revlon Colorburst Lipsticks, which normally retail for $8.99, they were priced at $2.00!! I’ve wanted to try these lipsticks since they came out, but for $9.00 I never wanted to buy them, so I now had my chance I stocked up on all my favorite colors (mainly the pinks and neutrals) I will be doing swatches on all of them in the coming weeks.As I made my way onto the cashier, I spotted Philosophy beauty products, which included lip products, face powder, face Illuminator, cream blush, and much more. They were all priced at $3.00, normally these products run for more than $10 (available at Sephora and the Philosophy site), for example the face powder retails for $12-$15, as much as I wanted to buy them all I opted out simply because I have dozens of blushes, dozens of face powders…but now I am sort of regretting it!!
Should I go back to my Big Lots and purchase some Philosophy products? Have you been to your local Big Lots recently? Have you spotted any drugstore beauty and skincare products that were a definite bargain?
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