Today I thought I'd share with you my top 5 websites for beauty products. These are the sites that I am subscribed to (though there are many more!) so I get notifications pinging into my email inbox almost daily with special offers and good deals.
I really like Superdrug.com, my local Superdrug store is not a large one so they don't have a particularly large stock. I find that browsing the online store is so much more satisfying because they literally have everything there and their sales, BOGOFs and half price items are easy to check out as they are in a separate list. Recently, I got a couple of Zoella items from there (which actually haven't arrived yet but will soon, I hope). The postage is free if you spend over £10 and lets face it, how easy is it to spend over a tenner in Superdrug? I know I certainly don't have any problem for sure. I've recently been looking at Make Up Revolution palettes and this site has a lot of choice.
Ah, my beloved BeautyBay. I first found out about them a year ago and have had a couple of orders since and have never been disappointed with any of their products. They always seem to have really good deals on if that's what you're looking for and a very wide range of products ranging from their own Beautybay Collection and the ever wonderful Max Factor to Ana Sui, Paul & Joe, Urban Decay, Elizabeth Arden and so on. I've recently purchased a couple of Pixi by Petra products from there and am really pleased with them. There's a good blog and if you're getting married a superb section on wedding make up too (wish I'd known about it 7 years ago!)
Another site with a lot of choice, particularly for hair products. I have purchased both my Label M Curl Cream and my Curls Rock from there and at a much reduced price than you find in the hairdressing salons.
Lots of choice here, products for home, hair, make up, face, body, nails, electrical and men AND an entire page dedicated to offers. If you subscribe to their newsletter you get first dibs on all the free gift information and sales news, I find these things worth knowing even if you don't take them up. They are particularly good for the Kerastase brand, lots of variety and at a reduced price as well.
I don't ever remember shopping at All Beauty so I was confused when I found they kept emailing me! Then I realised they used to be called Cheap Smells (which I had subscribed to) so I'm guessing Cheap Smells took them over. Personally, I find All Beauty a much nicer name than Cheap Smells! Anyway, it's not all about the fragrances though if you do have a particular favourite it's worth giving these guys a look before you fork out mega bucks for it, they are particularly good around Christmas, Valentines, run up to holiday season etc, as they tend to have special offers around this time.
Till next time everybody!