Buffalo Haul: Big Lots and Spencer’s

Another day trip to Buffalo, NY, another day of re-evaluating how much money I spend on cosmetics – but I digress.  Because today’s post is about the cosmetic JACKPOT I hit today.  Lipstick, and shadows, and polish – oh my!  I think I have found my new favourite American store….

Big Lots finds:

Revlon Diamond Lust eyeshadows
Top Row:  Neptune Star 
Bottom row, left to right:  Celestial Silver, Starry Pink
($1-$1.50 each)

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure
Left to right:  Red Zin, Choco-Latte, Raisin the Bar
($1 each)

Revlon Scented Nail Enamel
Left to right:  Fig Jam, Lemon Meringue
($2 for a package of 2)

Maybelline New York Color Show, Fashion Prints Nail Stickers
Left to right:  Sapphire Jewels, Fierce in Fuchsia
($1 each)

Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick
Nude Attitude
($2 per tube)

Maybelline Color Show Sequins Nail Polish
Left to right:  Lavender Sparks, Cocktail Dress, Sapphire Masquerade
($1 each)

Left to right:  L’Oreal “Fancy Me”, Sally Hansen Diamond Strength “Wedding Crasher”
($1 each)

Left to right:  Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear “Chocolate Nut”, Sally Hansen Salon Effects “Check, Please!”
($1 each)

Spencer’s Find:

In True Fashion, Color Club Duo
These were unlabelled, but after some research, they turned out to be , left to right, Port-Folio, and Show Time
($2.97 for the package)

Big Lots also had a few bottles of OPI Shatter, Confetti polishes, and some Rimmel Kate lipsticks.  Spencer’s had a package of 4 Color Club Mini’s, they looked like Christmas-y colours, for $1.97 per package, but I passed. 

All items in this post were purchased with personal funds.



  1. August 11, 2013 / 7:09 pm

    I really like Big Lots, but the two near my home don't get NEARLY this good of product! I am envious!

  2. August 12, 2013 / 7:17 pm

    oh wow, i have to go to big lots soon!

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