Glossier Just Launched Its Black Friday Sale With 20 Per Cent Off Everything
Haven't jumped on the Glossier hype yet? Now's the time.
There's discounts on everything including the brand's cult, headline-grabbing products, from its famous Milky Jelly Cleaner to the Balm Dot Calm lip balms.
What's more, you can grab up to 35 per cent off if you buy the sets. More reason to revamp you makeup bag all in one go.
Our favourite offers include Glossier's perfectly dewy Perfecting Skin Tint foundation, which you can buy for £16.60 rather than the usual £20. We can vouch for this foundation - it's amazing for natural-looking coverage.
You can also pick up the brand's famous Stetch Concealer for £12 down from £15, or eyebrow perfecting Boy Brow for £11.40 down from £14.
Picky up the Milk Jelly Cleaner for £6.40 down from £8 and a tube of Balm Dot Com for £8 instead of the usual £10.
But the real bargains lay in the sets: the Groom + Conceal + Perfect set (brow groomer, concealer and skin tint), usually £49, will cost you just £33.60 today - that's a massive saving.
You could also get three Balm Dot Com's for £20 instead of £30 - one in each flavour if you like.
Or how about the ProTip + LidStar + Lash Stick (eyeliner, eye glow and mascara) for £28 down from £44.
The offer ends on Monday 2nd December, so make sure you don't miss out before then.
Glossier joins thousands of retailers taking part in Cyber Week and Black Friday sales.
And while these sales are great for customers to to catch a bargain, they don't do any favours for the sustainability crisis.
Mass production of products is a nightmare for waste and pollution, evidenced in the fact the fashion industry produces 20 per cent of global wastewater and 10 per cent of global carbon emissions.
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Everlane is taking a stand by donating $10 (£7.75) for every order placed on Black Friday to Oceana, a charity looking after the world's oceans.
Other brands, such as The Ordinary, are choosing to use slower sale approaches, offering discounts over a month to avoid a surge of shoppers in just one day.
The cult beauty brand, owned by Deciem, will be joining its sister companies NIOD and Hylamide in offering a new kind of pre-holiday season sale, due to concerns that Black Friday is not "consumer-friendly".
In a statement released on Instagram, Deciem said: "A 23 per cent discount is now available across every product from every brand at Deciem.com, and at our cosy standalone stores around the world.
"The saving will be available for the next month, so there really is no need to hurry."
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