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It’s the perfect time to go for a run, not only because the weather is cooling off, but because Amazon’s Skechers Gold Box is discounting tons of running shoes. Grab a pair for under $40 and hit the pavement. There are even some basketball shoes and trainers to check out too.
Tinted moisturizer is the lazy girl’s best friend. It gives you coverage, moisture, and often-times SPF, all in one. Stila’s Sheer Color Tinted Moisturizer is one of the best, and if you haven’t tried it, now’s your chance because it’s down to only $21 at Sephora. Oil-free and SPF 20, it’s waterproof and comes in five shades.
A tinted moisturizer is great for anyone that still wants some coverage during the day, but doesn’t want to futz with foundation. I prefer them over a BB Cream, just based on the texture. I don’t need my moisturizer to do a million things at once. And if you feel the same way, this guy’s for you.
The Clarisonic Mia 2 is one of those beauty tools I recommend to everyone. It works super well with basically any face wash and is completely worth the money. If you’ve been wanting to try one, but were unsure of dropping a lot of dough on a face washer, use the code SUMMER30 on select Mia 2's and get 30% off.
Now is the time to stock up on fall nail colors. Not just because the season is a’changin’, but because Ulta is having a huge sale on nail colors. Buy two, get one free on top brands like OP, China Claze, Orly, Sally Hansen and more. Get all the burgundies, grays, blues, and purples you could need for the colder weather.
Or, if you are all stocked up on nail colors, use the code 407339 and get 20% of your entire purchase (either online or in stores). This doesn’t include the nail deal but it’s useful for other beauty buys.
This organic bamboo cutting board doesn’t have USB charging ports, a built-in scale, or any other traditional Kinja Deals trappings. I just think it looks nice, and $18 is a match for this board’s all-time low.
Another day, another J.Crew Factory markdown. This time, get an extra 50% off basically everything full-price (the only exclusions are men’s suiting, cashmere and leather items), an extra 50% off clearance styles when you use the code WOOHOO. Grab a new button-down for $35 or some new chinos for $30.
So, tomorrow is September, which means summer is basically almost over. If you, like me, are thankful for this fact, than this 20% off sale at ASOS is right up your alley. Shop new styles, which range from coated denim to bomber jackets. There are even some bathing suits in there for those who aren’t quite ready to let go of the season.
Whether you wear TOMS for the ease of never having to tie your shoes or just dig the style, this is one deal you should take advantage of. They’re having their Surprise Sale, with up to 80% off select styles. Plus, they’ve come a long way from just simple, canvas slip-ons. Now you have a real reason to throw out your old, gross ones.
If you’re in need of a pair of jeans that will actually last you, look no further than rag & bone. And with an extra 25% off when you use the code SUMMER25 on all sale items, you can not only grab some new denim, but tops and dresses, even shoes and boots.
Reformation is known for their amazingly simple, solid dresses that somehow still make a statement. But, their prices aren’t too pretty to look at. If you’ve been staring at the Reformation piece of your dreams longingly, their 70% off sale is for you. There’s a plethora of beautiful dresses, coats, and tops but be warned, it’s all final sale, so choose wisely.
Looking for a new toy is always a guessing game, but with 15% off favorites at Babeland when you use the code GEM16, you already know these are tested, tried, and true. Not only that, there are some more utilitarian items discounted as well, like lube, bondage tape, and the like.
Club Monaco is one of those stores that you frequently stare at but never purchase from. The price point is high but sometimes, you can’t resist. But with an additional 40% off sale items with the code FAREWELLSUMMER, Club Monaco is about to sing you a siren song. Buy those suit pants or that cocktail dress. It’s an extra 40% off. Just go for it.
Timberland may be best known for their classic Wheat and Black waterproof boots, but they also make a surprising amount of other offerings that you don’t need to work construction to appreciate. And with 25% off select fall styles, your boots will be made for walkin’ and a lot more.
Note: Discounted price is reflected when you add your item to the cart. Everything that’s 25% off is labeled.
ThinkGeek is celebrating Tim Burton’s birthday the only way ThinkGeek could, with up to 60% off a slew of geeky fare. Practically every realm of the geekdom is represented, so there’s bound to be something you want for a discounted price.
The heat is still apparent, but that doesn’t mean your mind can’t be on the cooler months. Patagonia’s 50% off sale is full of cold-weather staples like their Nano-Air Jacket and Ultralight Down Vest (plus a few summer styles leftover as well). Stock up while the prices are way low.
With the weather as nice as it is right now (in New York, at least) there’s basically no excuse not to be outside. If maybe that excuse revolves around not having the right equipment to be camping/hiking/outdoorsy, Moosejaw is giving you 40% off everything that has to do with Fall when you use the code COCONUTS. Why coconuts? No clue, but enjoy.
The best pair of jeans I ever bought were BDG jeans from Urban Outfitters. They lasted me through high school and into college before basically disintegrating. Now’s your chance to find your own best pair of jeans with $20 off all BDG brand jeans at Urban.
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