This genius trick will change the way you buy makeup
I’m a sucker for makeup tutorials. I’ll crack open my laptop to get a little work done, and next thing I know my Sephora shopping cart is more expensive than my rent. I mean, how else am I supposed to master contouring, eyebrow shaping and every other beauty trend?
But I quickly learned the secret to great makeup is a smart buying strategy.
I use Wikibuy to find the best prices on makeup, skincare and hair products. From price comparisons to coupon codes, this Chrome extension does it all.
Here’s how it works:
While you shop at Sephora, Ulta or MAC, Wikibuy finds coupon codes. These codes can get you free shipping, discounts or even freebies.
Look, I’ve been hacking the beauty industry for years. I hoard Sephora Beauty Insider points like my life depends on it. And I treat those free samples like gold.
But Wikibuy took my beauty routine to the next level. I just got a free cleanser from Peter Thomas Roth. What’s better than that?
How about saving $6 on a Glamglow mud mask? Not only does Wikibuy find you coupons, it also price compares while you shop on Amazon. It checks hundreds of other sellers and notifies you of the best deal. And yes, that includes shipping + tax.
A few clicks later and your makeup collection looks even better IRL than it did on your Pinterest board.
The best part? Wikibuy is completely free. No costly memberships. No gimmicks. Just low prices. Get it HERE.
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Wikibuy gets you better offers, automatically applies the best coupon code at checkout, and lets you know when prices drop on products you've viewed and purchased.