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Hi Amy, I’ve submitted a question before (about my hair and drugstore products vs. So you don’t have to post this one, but I would appreciate a quick response if you have the time… I don’t particularly want to buy a huge kit of stuff, but buying a smaller sample (or a FREE sample? I mean, I know you can return stuff, but that’s a hassle too. A travel-size body wash, a little Tarte mascara, a teeny tube of blemish cream…all stuff I’ve gotten recently and have easily gotten several weeks of use from. You get three samples, that you get to choose from a list of 12 or so, with every order. Every once in awhile you hit paydirt and get one that’s an actual decent size, but most of them are the equivalent to a free sample in a magazine. It’s not great for your skin to be bouncing between products all the time, and I always advise using something for two solid weeks before deciding if you like it or not.

Sometimes it pays to hold off until you can afford to commit. If you buy anything at Sephora with any degree of regularity, get the Beauty Insider card and hoard that stuff. Take department store cosmetic counters up on their offer of a makeover.

Returns ARE a pain, but not as much as trying to cobble together a skincare and makeup collection using twee little packets of expensive goop. Bug salespeople into giving you a skincare doggy bag.

You buy the Makeup Optional Kit from Philosophy, you get Microdelivery Peel samples.

The first way is, like you mentioned, buying a larger kit/gift set.

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Three transactions, three free samples, endless eyerolls from the people behind me in line.) (Whatever, Sephora. Grab a sales associate and ask for a sample of something you can’t really test out in the store. Those they are generally happy to squirt a teensy bit into a teensy plastic jar and let you take home.

You then get your choice of ONE sample out of THREE choices. (You can get around this by having them ring your purchases up separately — I like to keep my personal and Advice Smackdown stuff on their own receipts, and I have also been known to pluck out something else randomly and claim it’s a gift.

Please let me be a crazy fangirl for two seconds and say that I LOVE the Advice Smackdown. So…a good strategy for an advice columnist who wants to get an extra bang from her expense-account buck, but not really the best strategy for the budget-conscious girl.

You buy the Microdelivery Peel, you get a Hope in a Jar sample. These samples are generally very small — only a couple applications, usually. Brandt Pores No More sample, which ended up being the ONLY thing in the stupid set I liked at all.

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