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Target 14 Days of Deals: Incredible Beauty Deals Spring 2019

See the Fall 2019 14 Days of Beauty Deals article. 

Target launched 14 Days of Deals for 2019, which gives new, incredible beauty deals each day for 14 days. The first offer is already available. This is Target’s version of Ulta’s 21 Days of Beauty (which has leaked the Spring 2019 deal calendar). Each deal is available until the end of the day. These offers are available online and in-store. As this is a new promotion, it is too soon to say how often it will repeat. My guess is it will repeat based on how well it does in its first run.

Target 2019 14 Days of Beauty Deals

From Sunday, March 10th, through Saturday, March 23rd, a new beauty deal will get offered each day. You can only purchase the deal at the discounted rate the day it is promoted. Once the day ends, the deal ends. Fret not, because a new one begins until the event is over.

Week 1

Sunday, March 10th

2.03oz NYX Professional Makeup Setting Spray -$6 (regularly $8.49)

Monday, March 11th

Method Body Wash -40% off

ogx Body Wash -40% off

Method Hand Soap -40% off

Tuesday, March 12th

Covergirl Foundation -40% off

Wednesday, March 13th

Not Your Mother’s Naturals hair care -50% off

Thursday, March 14th

Ardell Lashes and Glue -50% off

Eyelure Lashes -50% off

Duo Lash Glue -50% off

Friday, March 15th

15-count Bliss that’s incredi-peel glycolic resurfacing pads -50% off

Saturday, March 16th

Select Yes To charcoal masks -50% off

Week 2

Sunday, March 17th

0.26oz L’Oréal Voluminous mascara -$5 (regularly $7.99)

Monday, March 18th

BIC disposable razors -50% off

Tuesday, March 19th

Maybelline Fit Me! foundation -$5

Maybelline Fit Me! concealer -$5

Wednesday, March 20th

Sun Bum hair care -50% off

Thursday, March 21st

3.4oz Pixi Skintreats Tonic -$10 (regularly $15)

Friday, March 22nd

0.5oz No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster serum -$29.99 (regularly $41.99)

Saturday, March 23rd

Nexxus Color Assure hair care -50% off

What are your thoughts on the 14 Days of Beauty Deals at Target? Let me know below. Remember to check all Target offers before placing an online order. You must spend over $35 to get free shipping, but I like that Target sells so many items. You can add some of these beauty products with household essentials to reach the threshold. Sign up for Target emails, so you can get a notification on special events like this one. See all Target articles. Subscribe to the blog to get updates on all posts. View my main page for the guide map to the site and deeper deal exploration.

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I'm Kimberly. Shopping is always more fun when I've found the best deal available, so I am always on the hunt. My father instilled that in me, and I love that I carry a piece of him. Sometimes, my husband and sons (12 and 7) let me shop for them, too. They do not use as many beauty products as I do. We can all benefit from nice products, even though their routine ends with moisturizer. That is when I can convince my 12-year-old to apply it.

6 thoughts on “Target 14 Days of Deals: Incredible Beauty Deals Spring 2019 Leave a comment

  1. The only thing I maybe see is the Line Correcting Serum. I have soooo much of that other stuff from great CVS deals I have put a moratorium on buying makeup unless they pay me to carry it home. JCPenney is having a beauty event as well – lots of free makeovers.

  2. If I could get a store to pay me to take makeup, I would hoard it even more than I already do. I’ve attended a couple of SiJCP makeovers in the past. They were both lackluster and did not even have the free GWP left, so I have not gone back in a while. It would help if there was a store closer to my house, but that is a long drive only to get disappointed once I arrive.

  3. Agreed on the SiJCP. I always have to ask about the gwp and they look at me like I’m crazy and get out this huge binder and then go look. It takes a while, and none of the GWPs are ever the same as what’s currently in the regular Ss or online

  4. I am familiar with that look. It last happened on a face mask friday event. Three employees in the store and none of them knew they were having an event that day.

  5. CVS pays you to take makeup if you have the proper coupons and sales and etc. (I’m including the ECB as being paid to take it. Example, buy $10 worth of Physician’s Formula, get $10 ECB, use coupon. I just have so much of it I had to stop. It is more often you get it for very cheap, though. An example from next weeks ad: buy 2 CG products, get $6 back. The easy breezy brow has a PSA of $4.99. 4.99×2 equals 9.98. Use 2 $2 CG eye product coupons, which brings the total down to 7.98. Get $6 back in ECB, so they end up costing 1.98. You also get 10% off through Beauty Club. Sometimes you can also get an ibotta rebate if you’re lucky. So not quite free but very close. I just have boxes of CG, Rimmel, Physician’s Formula, Burts Bees, L’Oreal (I’m top tier in L’Oreal Worth It Rewards), Wet n Wild, whatever else they have in there. I don’t have anywhere else to put makeup.

  6. My sister loves CVS, too. She calls the scenario you’re referring to as a money maker. When I was a kid Von’s used to actually give money back. I was with my Dad once, and I saw them give him his order, then open the drawer and hand him money. That is what I meant. I miss that, although I certainly get why they stopped it. With all the new couponers, they’d go broke.

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