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Get ready, beauty babes. The first ColourPop sale of 2021 is here. The sale is major because the brand gives shoppers the entire site 25 percent off. Yes, fam, exactly.
For the brand’s first sale of the year, the lineup includes not just products from the ColourPop brand, but also some of its best sellers in subbrands Fourth Ray Beauty and Sol Body. Snag Fourth Ray Beauty’s newest priming moisturizer that prevents blue light. Plus, ColourPop’s popular collaboration with RawBeauty Kristie is back as well as its Wild Child collection (now starts at $5).
Lightweight makeup lovers should take this opportunity to snag some new (and affordable) complexion products. The ColorPop Pretty Fresh Hyaluronic Tinted Moisturizer comes in 24 shades and is now only $10.50. Plus, it’s oily-skin-friendly. However, if you’re someone that likes a little bit more full coverage, nab the Pretty Fresh Hyaluronic Foundation (now $12) in the ColorPop sale instead. You can easily pair the foundation and moisturizer with either of the ColourPop concealers, too.
Then there’s skincare…
Skincare lovers can dive into the Fourth Ray Beauty line with accessories like these Cooling Facial globes to depuff in the morning. Plus, this dual-action Avocado and Aloe Face Serum had one shopper say, “It doesn’t make me break out, doesn’t leave my face oily, and keeps my face feeling soft.”
If you know this brand well, you know products don’t stay on the site for very long. Not to mention, the sale lasts from now until Jan. 25. Take a look at some of the fan-favorite products discounted for a limited time.
Shop: Pretty Fresh Hyaluronic Tinted Moisturizer, $10.50 (Orig. $14)
Shop: Thirst Aid Moisturizer, 10.50 (Orig. $14)
Shop: Fourth Ray Beauty Cooling Facial globes,$15 (Orig. $20)
Shop: Freckle Pen, $6 (Orig. $8)
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