Ulta launches biggest sale with 50% off name brand beauty must-haves and you can get more money off with special code

ULTA has launched its biggest sale of the year, offering deals for 21 days.

Beauty gurus and makeup lovers should keep an eye out for new deals every day until September 16th.

Ulta has launched its annual 21 Days of Beauty sales event


Ulta has launched its annual 21 Days of Beauty sales eventPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

Ulta hosts the 21 Days of Beauty sale each year, offering up to 50 percent off must-haves from well-known brands.

Shoppers will find deals on brands like Tarte, Urban Decay, Becca, Too Faced, Fenty Beauty and more.

The sale goes beyond makeup and also features great deals on skincare products.

Deals on offer Thursday include the Tarte Maneater Blush & Glow cheek plumper for $13.50 instead of $27, and discounts on Juvia’s Place lip products, bringing prices up from $10 to $15 $5 to $7.50.

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Shoppers can find most of the upcoming offerings on Ulta’s website, however there will be some surprise bargains to be announced on the day they go on sale.

New and exclusive products will also be presented for the first time during the 21 Days of Beauty event.

If you want to save even more, use code 896333 and get an additional $3.50 off your purchase.


A TikToker (@brittwhitfit) who claimed to be an Ulta employee shared some of her favorite dupes available at the store.

She said clients could save up to 67 percent on makeup by opting for duplicates over their high-end counterparts.

First, she recommended getting Milani’s $9.99 matte setting spray as an alternative to the $30 Urban Decay spray.

For contouring, she said the Wet N Wild contouring pen at $5.99 is the best value and works just as well as the more expensive brands.

In fact, her favorite bronzer is the $19.99 Morphe Glamabronze, unlike most of Ulta’s other bronzers which cost around $30.

Shoppers can snag the Loreal brown pencil for just $10.99 instead of the $25 Benefit Micro Brow Filler.

Get the perfect base for a full face makeup with LashFood’s $18 primer and serum.

Another Ulta shopper said she only paid 34 cents for products over $540.

Also, Ulta’s CEO just confirmed a major change that will help “maintain guest supplies.”

Aila Slisco

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