You can snag up to 50 percent off Ulta’s already reduced sale section

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If there are three things that have been made my indefinite stay at home bearable, they are makeup, skincare and haircare. Right now, Ulta’s sale section is up to 50 percent off, making it a breeze to grab all those goods in one place. Plus, with all that’s happening with the current climate, I’m warranted some time with me, myself and I. And so are you, beauty.

While your beauty storage may be filled with the necessities, you and I both know there are likely some areas in your routine to spruce up. That’s where the Ulta sale section comes in, featuring savings on everything from hair dryers to brightening serums.

You’ll be happy to know that this sale even includes the good stuff beauty fans and editors have been raving about. This Redken Color Extend Blondage Color Depositing Purple Shampoo was listed in Allure’s Best of Beauty Awards in 2019. Even Black-owned beauty brand Juvia’s Place has its popular velvety matte foundation on sale for just $14, along with the coordinating I Am Magic Concealer. Plus, Amazon’s best-selling mascara that used to be $5 is now only $3 and change.

For skincare fanatics, the Ulta sale section is about to become your new best friend. Peter Thomas Roth sets like this Mask Trio are under $100. Meanwhile, even that Instagram-famous tea brand Teami Blends carries skincare, which is also discounted. If you want to stick to more familiar products, Urban Skin Rx has plenty of spot treatments.

Here are some gems we spotted in this rare Ulta sale that you are sure to love:

Shop: Urban Decay Cosmetics Wired Pressed Pigment Palette, $19.50, ($Orig. $39)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: T3 Featherweight Compact Folding Dryer, $99 (Orig. $150)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara, $3.74 (Orig. $4.99)

Credit: Ulta
Credit: Ulta

Shop: Juvia’s Place I Am Magic Foundation, $14 (Orig. $20)

Credit: Ulta
Credit: Ulta

Shop: Redken Color Extend Blondage Color Depositing Purple Shampoo, $32 (Orig. $40)

Credit: Ulta

Credit: Ulta

Shop: Urban Skin Rx Retinol Rapid Repair & Dark Spot Treatment, $19.99 (Orig. $24.99)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: Teami Blends Green Tea Blend Detox Mask, $21 (Orig. $30)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: Kiss Be Jelly Gel Fantasy Nails, $6.74 (Orig. $8.99)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: Thayers Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel Facial Toner, $8.21 (Orig. $10.95)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: Clarisonic Sonic Exfoliator Brush Head, $19.50 (Orig. $39)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: NYX Professional Makeup Bare With Me Hydrating Jelly Primer, $12.75 (Orig. $17)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: Revolution Skincare 15% Niacinamide Serum, $10 (Orig. $14)

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Credit: Ulta

Shop: SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie, $9.44 (Orig. $13.49)

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Credit: Ulta

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