How to Find Makeup Outlet Stores

Makeup Outlet Stores can be fabulous places to find makeup bargains. Yet cosmetics companies don’t seem to do much to advertise or market these sources for discontinued cosmetics and overstock makeup.

This is the outlet store that gets the most people talking. It’s more widely known than most other brands. CCO Outlet is owned by Estee Lauder and that company owns most of the make up brands that many of us adore when we visit specialty stores like Sephora and Ulta. In fact, Estee Lauder owns MAC Cosmetics in addition to others like Clinique, Bobbi Brown and Smashbox, and has owned Stila and some other high end luxury cosmetic brands.

If you’re looking for a MAC makeup outlet, CCO is your place. They have a decent selection of discontinued MAC products, and are often a source for limited editions that you may have missed out on the first time around. The Cosmetics Company Store also carries a wide variety of hair and body care products in addition to fragrances and colognes. Estee Lauder also owns Bumble and Bumble, Tommy Hilfiger, and they even own La Mer though I’ve never seen that at any CCO!

I was recently out at a Premiere Outlet store in Las Vegas, NV. Much to my surprise, I saw a Bare Escentuals Outlet Store! I didn’t even know such things existed. The selection was small and the discounts weren’t anything to get too excited about. But a bit of research shows that there are 3 more of these makeup outlet stores in the USA. Find more information at outletspotter.com. These seem to be located in Indiana, Texas and Virginia.

I’m not sure if this exists anymore. I’m told there was one of these near the Los Angeles Airport but when i tried to track it down further, I couldn’t find it. I can’t seem to find it using Google either.

Lancome doesn’t get nearly as much press for their outlet store as Estee Lauder does. But if you can find one, Lancome’s outlet store tends to have better prices and steeper discounts than The Cosmetics Company Outlet. L’Oreal owns Lancome, and something like 500 more brands, but you won’t find drug store brands at the Lancome Outlet. I’ve seen Kiehl’s and some other products that didn’t capture my attention too carefully. But the outlethas fabulous prices on Lancome.

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