Valentine’s Day is over, and so are the sales that came with it. Don’t expect too much downtime, though: Post-Valentine’s Day inventory clear-outs have already begun, and so have a few early Presidents’ Day weekend sales (all of which you can find here.) Scroll on to discover a beginner-friendly beard trimmer, trendy press-on nails for just $10, and the stroller of choice from the mom who tried 25 others.
The Panasonic beard trimmer we named best-in-class for beginners and teens is 27 percent off at Amazon and Best Buy. Its easy-to-use adjustment dial accommodates different hair lengths, and it has both wet and dry functions.
The compact (and baby registry–worthy) stroller choice of a mom who tried 25 others is $70 off. She has used it from infancy to toddler-dom and says it’s small and light enough to stash in a closet and “carry up and down the subway stairs with one hand.”
We suggest this — that the Cut recently put on its best mascara list — if you’re into spidery, falsieslike mascara.
Here’s a teeny instant camera from Polaroid that takes “magical” photographs that are about the size of a business card, according to our former tech writer Jordan Bowman. He found it to be akin to the popular Fujifilm Instax Mini, but the Polaroid Go is less bulky, and the viewfinder is larger, brighter, and lets in more light.
For its 26th anniversary, SkinStore is offering up to 30 percent off thousands of skin-care goodies with the code CELEBRATE through February 27. If you’re unsure how to start your vitamin-C journey, the rarely-on-sale Sunday Riley serum is a great all-in-one formula that will hydrate, brighten, and smooth.
Select full-price apparel at J.Crew is 40 percent off with the code WEEKEND. Three different stylish men told us this oxford shirt is a must-have, including photographer and rug dealer Mikael Kennedy, who got married in his. “They’re not disposable feeling, but they don’t feel precious either,” he says.
Clearance items are an extra 40 to 60 percent off with the same code. Here’s a $13 tee for ski bunnies to wear come spring.
This summery press-on set from New York City–based Chillhouse is much cheaper than a trip to the salon at only $10.
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