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Beauty queens, if Boxing Day 26th December is not already your favourite time of year, it will be soon!
Why is Boxing Day such a massive shopping event? Well, since most retailers buy a whole load of extra stock for Christmas, there is usually heaps of stuff left over that they have to get rid of before the new year. This is why Boxing Day is the shopping day that beauty dreams are made of. Mascaras, eye creams, perfume, serums and more are all on sale.
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|17 Jan 2020||Gift from Benefit Cosmetics when you spend $90 or more||BAD****|
|17 Jan 2020||Gift from First Aid Beauty when you spend $90 or more||RAD****|
|11 Jan 2020||25% off all your favourite Mio products + extra 10% off||EXT****|
|8 Jan 2020||Up to 30% off everything + extra 10% off: Winter Sale||EXT****|
|8 Jan 2020||Up to 30% off + extra 10% off: Winter Sale||EXT****|
The real reason here is price. It is extremely unlikely you’ll ever find better prices on the current ranges of beauty in stores.
Beauty and skincare products can be a little harsh on the wallet. Buying the right skin creams and the luxe foundations that you love is expensive, so why not stock up when they’re cheaper? If you buy products at the sales that you would ultimately have to buy at some point, you’ll end up saving yourself a wad of cash.
Also, loads of brand release a few limited edition products in the lead up to Christmas. So if you don’t snap them up in the sales, you won’t get another chance to try them.
This is a personal choice really. Sometimes there are one-off sales in store but most of the time in-store sales are reflected online.
When you shop online you don’t have to deal with crowds or packed car parks. You can also very easily compare products across stores. Products are also less likely to sell out online because the online store links back to a central warehouse, whereas a bricks and mortar store only has what’s in the stock room on the premises.
If you prefer the experience of visiting a store and physically browsing through products, then maybe in store shopping is for you. If you know what you want and you want to compare prices across multiple stores quickly and easily, then online shopping is definitely for you.
Unfortunately, we probably won’t know exactly what is on sale until Boxing Day arrives. Many retailers keep their sale announcements very secret to build hype and anticipation. However, there are a few sales that go live early. Keep checking this page for updates. We’ll keep this page up to date with active sales – they’ll appear at the bottom of the page in a feed.
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