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Any long-term Benefit fans will know that they discontinue a hell of a lot of makeup. There are some products like their iconic High Beam which have stood the test of time, but others like Moon Beam, She Laq and Miss Popularity have disappeared altogether. We decided to take a moment to remember our fallen soldiers to bring you this comprehensive list of (almost) every discontinued Benefit makeup product.




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Black Friday refers to the Friday after Thanksgiving, when retailers in the United States have big sales to kick off the holiday shopping season. Although it started out as a one-day event, Black Friday sales now span multiple days, depending on the retailer. Some sales start Thanksgiving evening and many continue through the weekend. The Bobbi Brown Black Friday makeup event offers deep incentives on your favorite makeup and skincare products. Check back toward the second half of November to learn more about our Black Friday event.


To achieve a flawless makeup routine, you need some must-have makeup favorites. At Bobbi Brown, we recommend browsing through our bestsellers to find out what works best for you. From our Skin Long-Wear Weightless Foundation SPF 15 to our Corrector to our Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick, our bestsellers are a great base to work from when trying to build a collection of makeup products for all your looks.


Discount Beauty USA specializes in the sale of discount and discontinued makeup/cosmetics. Our headquarters is in Denton, TX. Products are authentic and in original factory casing and purchased from authorized wholesalers in the United States.


Street Fair Cosmetics has been bringing the people of New York City the best values in cosmetics, health and beauty aids, and skincare, as well as helping people find their favorite hard-to-find or discontinued products for over 18 years. You may have seen us at any one of the hundreds of street fairs held throughout the city every year. For the past five years we have been expanding quickly and bringing our unique brand of savings to people around the country, in cities like Chicago and New Orelans, where we exhibit at jewelry & fashion accessory shows several times a year. Now our amazing values are available online as well!


The only products that are available are listed on our website. If the product you are looking for is not featured on our website, then it has been discontinued and is no longer available to purchase.


We do not claim vegan as some of our products may contain ingredients like beeswax, carmine and lactic acid (from milk). We recommend checking the ingredient listing of each product prior to purchase. Shop our vegan makeup and skincare here.


Welcome to the world of discontinued beauty, where popular and obscure products alike are shelved at whim. While some products receive a second life (like Vamp, which was revived in 2003 albeit with a different formula), many are gone forever. And though the fate of discontinued favorites is largely controlled by corporations, people like Daneen Woolstrum keep the secondary resale market alive and well.


For almost 40 years, Woolstrum has worked as a hairstylist and salon owner in Buffalo, New York; her professional expertise led her to found one of the top discontinued cosmetics websites, aptly called Discontinued Beauty. There, customers can find hundreds of phased-out products from beauty giants (Clinque, Aveda) and obscure brands (Orofluido, Dicesare).


"I first started selling on the internet in order to liquidate products from my own salon," she tells Racked. "I developed an interest in discontinued beauty products in particular since I knew how valuable various haircare items are to many fellow stylists, as well as our clients. Their dedication led me onto a journey to try to keep these products available."


Discontinued Beauty doesn't discriminate; organized by brand, you'll find makeup, haircare, skincare, and beauty tools on the site. Most of the products are within the $10 to $30 range, but Woolstrum says she's sold some items for hundreds. "Redken's Extreme PPT Concentrates is probably my highest priced," she says. "I just sold it to someone from Japan for $500 because we ship all over the world." The serum, which aims to repair damaged hair, is currently listed on the site at $329 (on sale from $499).


So, what makes a product worth pursuing for resale? For Woolstrum, it's about zeroing in on cult products. "Whether or not someone will buy a product isn't based on the original price," she explains. "The people don't care. They just really want what they can't have, and they will pay whatever they need to get it." Occasionally, brands recognize this too and bring back popular discontinued items.


MAC, Estée Lauder, and Chanel all have programs dedicated to reviving old products. One of the most notable is Estée Lauder's "Gone But Not Forgotten" initiative, which began in 2000. According to Linda Compton, executive director of the company's consumer care center, "Consumers contacted us, so we knew there was a demand for discontinued items. We realized that we not only had an opportunity to meet consumer needs by providing access to these products, but also were able to utilize our excess inventory at the same time, making it a win-win situation all around."


So what DO you do when a brand pulls the rug from underneath you and discontinues a product you count on? We consulted celebrity makeup artist Rachel Wood to help us get answers and find some serious solutions.


For the best selection of MAC products, go right to the source. Shop their website for their latest products, biggest bestsellers, and discontinued colors that you can't get enough of. Added bonus? They'll ship any size order to your MyUS address for FREE! Shop MAC Cosmetics here.


BuyMeBeauty is an online website that sells discontinued cosmetics at deep discounts - and from the biggest brands out there! Think Clinique, Estee Lauder, NARS, Too Faced, Urban Decay, and many more! Shop BuyMeBeauty.com here.


Nordstrom has all the biggest names in beauty, from Chanel and Estee Lauder to Tom Ford and Urban Decay, and you can choose three free samples with every purchase. Shop Nordstrom makeup & beauty here.


FYI I also reached out to Make Up For Ever directly to see if I could buy any back stock of the discontinued HD Foundation. I will update the post if I hear anything back. So far the closest dupe I have found for the original MUFE HD Foundation is Nars Sheer Glow Foundation (I wear shade Deauville).


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It's not Thursday yet, but I've already got a major #TBT announcement for you. No baby pictures here (you can thank me later), but prepare for major nostalgia. One of your favorite beauty brands is rereleasing discontinued products! Here's where to buy MAC Throwback makeup because the '90s are back, baby.


You know when you're running out of your favorite lipstick but they don't make it anymore, so you want to use it but you also want to savor it and cherish it forever? That problem is officially squashed because MAC Cosmetics just dropped a ton of throwback makeup, including previously discontinued shades of lipstick and eyeshadow. "Uninterrupted" is a beloved MAC eyeshadow that reached legend status when it was discontinued, breaking '90s hearts across the globe. "Spanish Fly" is a lipstick shade that can only be described as a fairytale, until now. Twitter is thrilled with both of these comebacks, as well as with the rest of the drop.


We take your concerns to heart and offer our loyal consumers the opportunity to easily search for products that have been discontinued within 36 months. The Estée Lauder Companies' Gone But Not Forgotten program is an industry first!


Gone But Not Forgottenby Estée Lauder Companies Inc.Consists of the following ELC brands: Estée Lauder, Clinique, Origins, Prescriptives, Bobbi Brown, Aramis, MAC, La Mer, Jo Malone, Donna Karan, Rodan + Fields, Tommy Hilfiger, Bumble and bumble, Lab Series for Men, Michael Kors, Darphin, American Beauty, Flirt! grassrootsTM and good skinTM that have been discontinued within the last 24 months.


Brand SitesSome of the makeup lines have a section on their site for Last Chance, such as at NARS, where you can buy newly discontinued products with some at discount prices: -chance


When Becca Cosmetics shut down its business in September 2021, makeup enthusiasts were devastated, or at least I was. I stocked up on all my favorite Becca products so I could keep that natural-looking glow going for as long as possible. So many of my friends loved using Becca makeup to get that bright highlight, so I just couldn't believe those beloved products were gone forever. Well, not so fast, Smashbox came through for all of us Becca Cosmetics fans. 041b061a72


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