L’Oreal Warehouse Sale, Fall 2014

It’s that time again!  Warehouse sale post!  I absolutely love the L’Oreal warehouse sale, so I HAD to do a post on it.

Take a closer look!

I’m not sure how often this sale runs, I want to say once in the fall, and once in the spring, but it is definitely worth waiting for.  This is a ticketed event, but if you do a bit of searching you can definitely find some generous people to share their tickets with you (Thanks Merry!).  I went to this sale for the first time last year, and was so impressed by the selection, the prices, and the warehouse itself (click HERE for last year’s post and haul).  Enough chatting, here’s some pictures from inside .

*If you watch Saturday Night Live, insert Stefon voice here*  This sale had everything – color tattoos, infallible shadows, trios, quads, lippies, hair products, Essie nail polishes, and so much more.  Stay tuned to see what I purchased, I will be posting a beauty haul in the next few days.  There’s about 1 week left of the sale, so if you can gets your hands on a ticket, you should definitely check it out.

Until next time – Shawna



  1. October 6, 2014 / 6:09 pm

    Wow no wonder this is a ticketed event. Looks so good! That Essie sale…. Mmm!

    • October 6, 2014 / 7:33 pm

      love the fact that you recognize the reference! By far, my favourite Stefon club is *looks around* "….Kevin?"

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