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Valentine’s Day is coming in hot. And thanks to Bluemercury’s last-chance sale on limited edition sets and beauty staples, you’ll have everyone on your list covered (yourself, included). There’s no shortage of romantic gifts to consider when you’re shopping ahead of February 14th: Order a gorgeous bouquet from a flower delivery service or splurge on Valentine’s Day lingerie to wear all year long. Or think out of the box and go with one of these discounted beauty finds — you don’t have to be a romantic to appreciate an amazing beauty product.
Bluemercury is known for carrying a collection of high-quality beauty finds. You can shop skin care items (like face serums and celebrity-approved moisturizers), makeup essentials like mascara, and wellness accessories like luxury candles. Many of the brands Bluemercury carries rarely go on sale — so when discounts are available, it’s time to drop everything and stock up. Although you can peruse standalone items like hand lotions and face palettes, you’ll get the most bang for your buck when you opt for a set. These kits let you try a slew of items from new-to-you brands without splurging on multiple full-sized products. Bluemercury creates themed collections that make it simple to choose the best option: Discover new brands with the Female Founders Edit, or get set for your winter getaway with the Summer Beauty Spectacular.
While you’re hunting for a great last-minute Valentine’s Day gift for your girlfriend, BFF, or yourself, don’t pass up on these top deals. You’ll have heart eyes as soon as you open the package.
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Meet the Author
Claire Sullivan is the Senior Beauty and Lifestyle Commerce Editor for WWD and Footwear News. She’s spent over five years researching, reporting on, and writing about the beauty industry for publications like Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Weddings, InStyle, and Byrdie. She’s tested hundreds of products during her time as a beauty editor, so she’s well-versed in selecting the products that are worth the spend.