How to Save When Shopping Fenty Beauty Products
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Get the Fenty Beauty look for less!
Saving on beauty products is one of my favorite pastimes, so when it comes to one of my most recent beloved foundation brands, I just had to share ways to help score Fenty Beauty products at a discount. Check out the savings tips below!
Sign up for Fenty Beauty emails.
Obvious, but honestly so necessary. I often find that when you sign up for promotions from the source (ie. subscribing to Fenty emails rather than just Sephora newsletters) you’ll see higher discount promotions. When you create an account and subscribe to Fenty Beauty emails, you’ll receive a promo code for free shipping on your first order. On top of this, you’ll also be notified of new product releases and application tips.
Prefer to receive a quick text? You can opt-in to mobile promotion notifications by texting YUP to shortcode 88107. Note that message and data rates may apply.
Become a Sephora Beauty Insider (if you’re not already).
If you’re even slightly interested in makeup and skincare, you’re likely already a member of Sephora’s loyalty program where you earn points and perks with purchases. Each purchase helps you rack up points you can spend on products and your membership gives you access to free beauty classes—and Fenty was a featured brand of the February and March beauty classes earlier this year!
Make sure you opt-in for their email newsletter as well which lets you know of any promotions or sales, Beauty Insider exclusives, or upcoming events in your area.
Shop with discounted gift cards.
Check out sites like Raise and CardCash to purchase gift cards at discounted rates to save on Fenty purchases when shopping at Sephora. The discounts fluctuate but even little percentages off can add up over time!
Join the Harvey Nichols email list.
Fenty Beauty products are only available at limited retailers, and one that may not be quite as well known as Sephora (and obviously Fenty Beauty directly) is Harvey Nichols. Be sure you select the proper country for shipping as well as the desired currency in the top lefthand corner of the site. You can scan the site for sales but your best bet is to get on their email list to be notified of any promotions.
Check out the mini-sizes.
Normally I wouldn’t recommend travel-sized products but in the case of Fenty, it’s actually fine! For example, the mini-set of Fenty lip gloss + highlighter is actually cheaper per ounce than buying the products separately in their full size.
- The mini-set: 0.07 oz. Gloss Bomb & 0.18 oz. Killawatt Highlighter at $23 = $92 per oz.
- The full sizes: 0.3 oz. Gloss Bomb + (2) .12 oz. Killawatt Highlighter at $54 = $100 per oz.
Granted, you’ll be buying smaller packages that can attribute to plastic waste if you frequently buy these products, but it’s a great way to try out smaller sizes or have a set for travel that doesn’t exceed the normal cost per ounce.
Don’t forget the value sets either.
The savings are pretty clear here—the value vs. cost is listed right on the product page! If you’re looking to try out complimentary products, you’ll score a deal when you buy them as a set. For example, the soft matte primer, foundation, and application sponge are sold as a set on Fenty Beauty’s website for $64 while the product value equals $83. That’s like buying the primer + foundation and receiving the sponge for FREE as well as a few extra bucks off!
The Fenty sale section has 50% off savings.
As long as you don’t mind shopping last season’s colors, browsing the sale section on Fenty Beauty will give you access to a plethora of discounted makeup with markdowns at 50% off! With those savings, I’ll happily shop slightly out of the current color trends! 😊