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The last day of Net-a-Porter’s huge sale, discounted graphic tees from Urban Outfitters, a Levi’s Warehouse Sale, and more lead Tuesday’s best lifestyle deals.

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20% off sitewide | Milk Makeup
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Milk Makeup is the hip makeup brand that made waves when it first came out. Minimalism at its finest, there’s really nothing showy about it, except how well it works. Right now, they’re taking 20% off basically everything, no code necessary.

60% off select items | Birchbox
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Birchbox may be most well-known for their subscription box, but they have a really great section of one-off products that you should pay attention to. And right now, they’re taking 60% off over 170 products to round out your makeup cabinet (or closet).


25% off graphic tees for men and women | Urban Outfitters
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Youve probably been reduced to only wearing t-shirts and shorts because it’s too damn hot to think about putting effort into your outfits. If you need an update to your drawer, this Urban Outfitters sale is for you. Take 25% off all graphics, including t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweaters, and more, automatically. Have some fun with your tees.

Warehouse Sale | Levi’s
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Levi’s is a classic American denim brand, and they make your favorite pair of men’s jeans (no surprise there). Right now, they’re giving you up to 75% off a ton of styles during their Warehouse Event. Obviously there is tons of denim to choose from, but also tops, outerwear, and more.

Note: You have to enter your email address to get it, but it’s worth it.

Up to 80% off select styles | Net-a-Porter
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Update: Today’s the last day to get up to 80% off a ridiculous amount of things, with an extra 20% items marked as “Sale Must-Haves.”


Net-a-Porter is the place to shop for designer clothing without being looked at funny. And with their huge sale going on right now, you may actually be able to afford something without refinancing your mortgage or selling your first born. Get up to 50% off clothes, shoes, bags, and more, to make you feel better about how this year will be.

20% off spring/summer collection | Stio | Use code KINJA20
Extra 10% off sale items | Stio | Use code KINJASALE10
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Stio makes some of the best technical apparel in the game, and as it should since it’s based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Right now, you can get 20% off all their spring/summer collection with the code KINJA20, or if you’re eyeing something in the sale section, use the code KINJASALE10 and pick up an extra 10% off.

$10 off select Blocktech styles | Uniqlo
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It’s been raining on the East Coast for the basically a week straight, and we aren’t even into peak thunderstorm territory. If you don’t plan on arriving at work soaking wet, maybe stock up on some discounted Blocktech from Uniqlo to help keep you looking professional. And dry. Select styles, including, parkas and coats, are $10 off, for both men and women.

20% off Sitewide | Enso Rings
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Whether you’re worried about losing your wedding band at work, or you just don’t want to end up like Jimmy Fallon, silicone wedding bands are practical, affordable, and actually pretty good looking. If you’re curious to try one out, Enso just kicked off its summer sale, taking 20% off every ring they sell.


We just tried out Enso’s Elements ring, which incorporates real metal into the silicone for a bit of shine, and while it won’t fool anyone up close, we were still impressed. But they also offer a ton of other styles too, some starting around $10, and they’re all included in the sale as well. Hell, they’re cheap enough that you could buy several, and pick one based on your mood or outfit.


Blue Buffalo Dog Food | Amazon
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If your dog is a Blue Buffalo fan, you can stock up on dog food with this 25% off sale on Amazon. There are a few flavors to pick from, and some grain-included and grain-free varieties. Just remember, this sale ends at midnight or when the products sell out, so fetch this while it’s still available.

Remember the pop-up books from our childhood? They consisted of pulling a tab and a barn door disappeared to reveal cows and horses inside. That was complete shit compared to this pop-up book.


You’ll open the pages of this book to erect a paper planetarium, working instrument, speaker, decoder, and more cool things. After the $1 off coupon, you’ll pay just $20 for this book, the best Amazon price we’ve seen in a year (it usually sells for around $27). Plus, it would make a great gift for kids and adults.

Anker’s home goods brand, Eufy, put its uber-popular copper string lights back on sale today for $10, one of the best prices we’ve seen on the version that includes a remote. If you don’t need the remote, you can get the same product without it for $5 with promo code EUFY0816. Personally, I’d spend the extra $5 for the remote, but you do you. Go make your patio pretty!

Philips Airfryer | $110 | Amazon
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Using a fraction of the oil than its deep frying counterparts, this $110 original Philips Airfryer claims to be a healthier cooking method for all of your favorite fried foods. Hey, every little bit helps.


This is the lowest price we’ve seen on this model. So if you’re going to eat french fries, they might as well be made in this.

These two Amazon sales are going boldly where no sale has gone before with Star Trek: Stardate Collection and Star Trek Triology Collection both at their best Amazon prices we’ve seen in months.


Lamicall Headphone Stand | $7 | Amazon
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There’s not a whole lot to say about this product; it’s a couple sticks of aluminum and a base that holds your headphones. It looks good, it’s only $7, and it doubles as a desktop Festivus tree for the holidays, so just buy it.

Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones | $149 | Walmart
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I know, I know, Beats headphones don’t have the best sound quality. Spare me your comments. But the new Solo3s include 40 hours of battery life, a folding design, and comfortable ear pads, not to mention the new W1 chip for easy pairing with Apple devices. For a limited time, you can get a pair for $149 from Walmart, compared to $197 from Amazon.