3 Beauty Discount Sites You Should Know About

Shopping for discount beauty products? You’ll want to check out these top-secret stores, carrying name-brand products at deep discounts.

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For any girl on a tight budget, it can be painful to browse Sephora and gaze longingly at a $50 foundation you could never afford. I torture myself on a daily basis by window shopping online, especially for anything beauty!

But I have good news, you don’t have to suffer beauty heartache any longer! And what exactly is the cure? Beauty discount sites! Below, I will lay out three online discount sites that I have found and talk a little bit about their selections and policies. And who knows, maybe you will find that one product you’ve been crushing on – for less!

As a note, I do recommend checking out reviews on Make Up Alley before purchasing any beauty product. The majority of the products on these sites are cheap, but it’s still good to know what you’re getting into before you spend money!

1. Head 2 Toe Beauty

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Head 2 Toe Beauty is a U.S. based beauty discount site and their specialty by far is nail care. They carry China Glaze, Essie, Orly, Color Club, Creative, Misa and LeChat nail polish, all at great prices! I know everyone here on CF loves their nail polish, so I would highly recommend checking out this site for that. They also carry some skincare, hair and salon equipment, but the brands in those categories are limited.

My favorite nail polish collections from the site are China Glaze’s ElectroPop Collection (each polish is $3.00!), the Essie Spring 2008 Collection ($8.00 a polish), and the Color Club Back Stage Pass Collection ($3.25 a polish). While the collections above require a bit of scrolling to find on the page, take a look around the site, their layout is very easily navigable!

2. MakeUpMania

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MakeUpMania, also known as MuM, is not exactly a discount beauty site. However, they do carry high quality foundation and blush that is raved about in the industry and the best part? It’s dirt cheap! They tend to cater towards professional make-up artists, but don’t let that scare you away! Some of their top selling brands are La Femme Cosmetics, Ben Nye, Graftobian and Kryolan, which are well regarded in the theater and film industry.

A foundation I’ve been dying to pick up is Graftobian’s HiDef Glamour Foundation, a product that has rave reviews from professionals and regular consumers alike. (Here’s a quick foundation review by one of my favorites, Goss!) As well, La Femme makes gorgeous blushes in every color under the sun that are highly pigmented and long lasting (And here’s another review for anyone interested.) There are lots of great products on this site and it just goes to show you don’t need to pay a lot of money for quality!

3. (NOW CLOSED) All Cosmetics Wholesale

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All Cosmetics Wholesale (*as of 2021, out of business*) has been operating out of the U.S. since 2002 and they specialize in providing discount, high-end products as well as hard to find rarities. They do note that their discounted retail products are shelf pull items and cannot guarantee they will be “retail perfect.” In short, they buy these items directly from the manufacturer at wholesale prices and pass the savings on to the consumer.

I will say, this site has the best selection of brands I’ve seen so far! Some brands they carry are Korres, Benefit, Laura Mercier, Lancome, and Estee Lauder just to name a few. I think their sale section of the site is the best because you get deep discounts on skincare, makeup, and even some beauty accessories like makeup brushes.

Some of my picks from the sale section are this Laura Mercier eye shadow (discounted to $8.99 from $22.00), an Estee Lauder Signature eye shadow quad (discounted to $14.99), Smashbox Halo Color Boosting Powder (discounted to $18.99 from $59.00), and Tarte Cheek Stain (discounted to $9.99 from $30.00). This is barely scratching the surface of this site, so check it out!

What do you think?

Have you ever purchased anything from a beauty discount site? Do you have a favorite discount site? Do you think these discount sites will benefit you? Let me know in the comments!

10 thoughts on “3 Beauty Discount Sites You Should Know About”

  1. Another great site i found with NEW items is http://www.kmcosmetics.net . they have urban decay, mac, benefit that is all authentic and discounted however items sell out quickly and imtems change frequently. make sure you are willing to spend $50 to get free shipping. All cosmetic whole sale
    sucks with their free shipping limit!

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  2. Ikatehouse.com and elf.com are the most amazing sites!
    I got my L.A girl cream eyeliner from ikatehouse for only 4.00, on the L.A girl website, it was prices at 8.00! I have also found some other super great things on there!
    & Elf has changed my life! I looveee their, candlelight cream eyeliner, it is the best, to brighten up darker shadow colors, and looks great on the browbone too!
    Best. Sites. Ever.

    if you find something on elf that you like, look to see if they have it at ikatehouse, they have the same prices but ikatehouse has much lower shipping prices, and elf takes forever to ship.

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  3. I use ACW and it is the bomb.com!! Everything was as described and completely 100% authentic. I only wish they would add more to their selections of brands. I also love how they have rare and hard to find items for cheaper than retail especially since the price goes sky high after the item has been discontinued. I really wish I could find some more sites like it that offer different products at an awesome price but don’t we all 😉

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    • Uhh I couldn’t find that seller. But I do know None of those sites above are cheaper than eBay sellers. Authentic and low prices don’t go hand to hand on eBay but ⭐️wholesalebeauty and ⭐️ drailor on eBay has never sent me junk. The person owns a business in Tennessee but I forgot the name. But above are terrible websites and all cosmetics sometimes fakes slide buy.

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  4. I have been using Streetfaircosmetics.com for two years. He specializes in overruns and close outs. Everything has always been a great deal and wonderful. Besides there is free shipping with a minimum.

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  5. This website WordMakeup is a scam. I am a blogger who writes reviews for brands and they have asked me to write 3 articles for them in exchange for 15$USD. I finished all 3 articles and when I submitted them they have this excuse that they can’t pay me because of problems in Paypal. I asked for what they owe me and the person in the email using anjilu2010 won’t answer my emails. I have read many reviews online that they are scammers selling fake products so DO NOT buy or WORK with this site.

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