Yes, BF is here again
If you live in US or abroad, below see some of the beauty brands that are offering a deal for Black Friday/Cyber Monday.
Carol’s Daughter. Black Friday and Cyber Monday they will be offering an ‘Up to 40% Off Sale’ throughout the site. Some exclusions apply (excludes Marula and our Accessible beauty Collection). Purchases of $45 and higher will receive Monoi Mask Gift with Purchase. In addition to this they are offering special holiday sets that are already on sale here.
Dr. Brandt. Black Friday Deal: Beginning Wednesday, November 26th EST through midnight Friday, November 28th EST, all dr. brandt products site-wide will be available for 40% off entire purchase, plus free shipping, on the brand’s website. No additional discounts apply. So give the gift of radiant, flawless skin to yourself or someone you love with the ultimate antiaging solutions from the skincare brand created by the leading cosmetic celebrity dermatologist of our time, Dr. Fredric Brandt.
Cyber Monday deal: dr. brandt skincare is pleased to debut Ceyeber Monday, with 40% off selected anti-aging eye creams, plus complimentary standard shipping on all orders. For those who love to cybershop, and crave refreshed, youthful looking eyes, dr. brandt’s best eye creams will be on sale beginning Sunday, November 30th through midnight on Monday, December 1st EST. Choose from four of dr. brandt’s best anti-aging eye cream favorites: do not age triple peptide eye cream, xtend your youth eye cream, glow by dr. brandt revitalizing retinol eye cream, and dark circles away collagen eye serum.
Pür Minerals. Early Bird Black Friday – Beat the Crowds.
- Dates: November 20 – 23. Promo: Sitewide BOGO* – buy one item get a second of the same item FREE. Code: BFBOGO14. Expires: Midnight ET on Sunday, November 23, 2014.
- Dates: November 28 – 30. Promo: 30% off Sitewide, no minimum. Code: PURBF14. Expires: Midnight ET on Sunday, November 30, 2014.
- Dates: December 1. Promo: 30% off Sitewide + Free Shipping*, no minimum. Code: PURCM14. Expires: Midnight ET on Monday, December 1, 2014. *Standard shipping on U.S. orders only.
Convergex, an agency-focused global brokerage firm, has released the results of its Black Friday Factor Survey, exploring financial industry sentiment about the 2014 holiday shopping season, and the significance of Black Friday sales figures as indicators of the health of the retail sector and broader U.S. economy. The survey was conducted from November 18 to November 20, 2014.
More than two-thirds (69%) of respondents expect 2014 Black Friday sales figures to grow at least 2% from their 2013 levels, with more than one-third (37%) expecting growth of 4% or more. Similarly, almost three-quarters of respondents (71%) say they expect total holiday season sales numbers to grow at least 2%, with 39% of respondents predicting a gain of 4% or more.
Investors believe Black Friday sales data are a strong indicator of the health of the economy and the retail sector and not just «hype.» Seventy-four percent (74%) said Black Friday is a strong or very strong indicator of the health of the retail sector, and majorities believe it is a strong or very strong indicator of the health of the overall economy (51%) and the health of individual retailers (59%). Only isolated respondents identified Black Friday as «hype» when gauging the overall economy (3%), the retail sector (2%), or when evaluating individual retailers (1%).
«Wall Street is ready for a great holiday season», said Nicholas Colas, Convergex chief market strategist. «Our respondents are overwhelmingly calling for growth in Black Friday sales, and they believe in the continued importance of these numbers as a window into retail and the wider economy».
Financial industry professionals expect 2014 to be a big year for E-commerce, with 60% identifying online retailers as the fastest-growing shopping venue for this holiday season, followed by Warehouse Stores (13%) and Department Stores (11%). Respondents identified electronics (38%), computers and tablets (22%) and phones (16%) as the product categories that will perform best versus last year. Cosmetics and genreal retail will continuing growing like past years.