“So did you KNOW that you can buy fuckin’ name brand skincare products at Marshalls for, like, half the price?! I’m writing about it. Like, SEPHORA brand shit!”

That was the text I wrote to our Editor in Chief, Ravneet, this morning. If I had all of your numbers, I would’ve texted you that this morning too. MASS TEXTED. Because this shit is important: Marshalls really does sell fancy brand skincare, haircare and makeup products. Oh. Muh. Gahd. Y’all better Google the store nearest you because after you see what I brought home, you might forget what you were just doing and sprint out the door.

  1. Bliss The Youth As We Know It Anti-Aging Cleanser. 
    $30 at Sephora. I paid $17. Take your pick.

    $30 at Sephora. I paid $17. Take your pick.

    I swoon over Bliss products. They always smell so delicious and…the packaging is just so cute! This cleanser is great. It’s really gentle but it’s also great at removing excess makeup.

  2. Ole Henriksen African Red Tea Exotic Body Scrub.
    $40-75 on Amazon. I paid $24.

    $40-75 on Amazon. I paid $24.

    Almost screamed when I saw this. I needed a new body scrub quite badly and Ole Henriksen is hella fancy. It’s great! It exfoliates while conditioning without being too oily like some scrubs can be. Also it smells citrusy and yummy.

  3. Bliss Body Butter in Blood Orange and White Pepper.
    $30 at Sephora. I paid $17.

    $30 at Sephora. I paid $17.

    I actually screamed when I saw this. This is my favorite body lotion of all time. It’s thick and intense, but not heavy. And this scent is hard to find but it’s my favorite!

  4. OPI Nail Polish.
    Mod About You and The Power of Pink. $6 for a set of two!

    Mod About You and The Power of Pink. $6 for a set of two!

    Two of the most perfect shades of pink you will ever see in a two pack! Don’t mind if I do. *yoink* I also found polishes by Essie, Julep and Butter London!

  5. Ole Henrikesen Ultimate Lift Eye Gel.
    A normal size pot is $42 at Sephora. I paid $20 for these two deluxe sample sizes.

    A normal size pot is $42 at Sephora. I paid $20 for these two deluxe sample sizes.

    You just don’t turn down Ole Henriksen skincare products if you’re poor and they’re discounted. That would be a crime. And you’re not a criminal, are you?

If you still aren’t inspired, that’s totally fine. Please don’t go. More for me. Kbaiii.

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