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Freebie websites list daily free samples, and some stores, magazines and cosmetic brands offer regular free samples. Test groups also send free samples of cosmetics in exchange for completing a survey about the product. More »

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Free makeup samples can be found from online sources, like Stacy Fisher's Freebies page on About.com, or the Free Stuff contests from Allure Magazine. Individuals can also find free makeup samples by asking for them at a... More »

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Two common methods for getting free makeup samples is to request them through the mail or pick them up in person at a retail store. It may also be possible to get free samples by joining consumer testing panels sponsored... More »

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Kiko Milano, Sleek and Eyes Lips Face are low-priced brands of cosmetics as of 2015. Other budget brands include NYX, Coastal Scents, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics and Physicians Formula. More »

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Max Factor cosmetics are not available in outlet stores and are discontinued in the United States due to weak sales. Max Factor products have not been marketed in the U.S. since 2010, although some websites like Amazon a... More »

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