Bellevue, WA and New York City, NY (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
Beauty.com®, a division of drugstore.com, inc., is making holiday gifting easy this year with the introduction of the Peeper Case from designer Rachel Comey as a free gift with purchase. The product-filled cosmetics case is available exclusively on Beauty.com for shoppers who spend more than $100 at the prestige beauty retailer. This chic, faux-leather case is available while supplies last and can be found at http://www.Beauty.com/RachelComey.
“Inspired by our best-selling punched tote, we thought a slim zip sleeve would be the perfect item to carry shoppers' favorite new make-up items,” says designer Rachel Comey. “The black coated punch is lined with the pink and black printed mini flower from a recent collection - a second zip pocket was added along the bottom for a few secret weapons.”
The limited edition Peeper Case comes filled with ten prestige beauty samples in both deluxe sample and full sizes. The bag and its contents have an approximate combined retail value of more than $165.
1. PHYTO® Phtyokeratine Masque Ultra-Repairing Mask
2. PETER THOMAS ROTH® OILLESS OIL™ 100% Purified Squalane
3. juice BEAUTY® Stem Cellular Repair CC Cream, Natural Glow
4. bareMinerals® Marvelous Moxie Lipgloss
5. PAULA’S CHOICE® RESIST® Ultra-Light Super Antioxidant Concentrate Serum
6. Skin Authority® Sunscreen Moisturizer Go! Protect
7. June Jacobs® PERFECT PUMPKIN PEELING ENZYME MASQUE™
8. GO SMiLE® Double Action Teeth Whitening System (2 complimentary ampoules)
9. Elizabeth Arden® PREVAGE® Night Anti-Aging Resorative Cream
10. h20+™ Sea Results™ Deep Sleep Recovery Cream
11. An offer for you from the Beauty.com site
This month customers can easily find items that are great for holiday gifting such as cute cosmetics from Paul & Joe® Beaute or Anna Sui, value sets from Origins® and PETER THOMAS ROTH®, and skin care and spa favorites from Jurlique® to June Jacobs®.
For seasonal beauty content and product information, customers can also visit Beauty.com social pages. Beauty fans can add http://www.beauty.com to their Google Plus circle for video tutorials, new product information and more. For special offers and giveaways, shoppers can check out http://www.Facebook.com/Beauty.com while the Beauty.com Pinterest page offers great hair, color cosmetics, and nail how-to demonstrations.
As always, Beauty.com customers receive every day benefits like 5% back on every purchase, the complimentary sampling center, 100% color match guarantee, and a shared online shopping cart with Beauty.com’s partner site, drugstore.com.**
**Terms and conditions apply to these benefits. See http://www.drugstore.com/drugstore-com-dollars/qxc33476 for details. These offers are not available on partner sites such as Walgreens.com.
About Beauty.com® – The World of Beauty Online®
Beauty.com, Inc., a division of drugstore.com, inc. is a leading online destination for prestige beauty products. The web store provides a highly personalized shopping experience and offers more than 350 brands from widely recognized to niche, hard-to-find products.
For 15 years, drugstore.com has been a leading online provider of health, beauty, and vision products. Shop a great assortment of more than 80,000 items ranging from everyday basics to hard-to-find favorites. With competitive prices, unique categories and complimentary shipping for orders over $35 all in one convenient location, the drugstore.com web store is truly the uncommon drugstore®.
About Rachel Comey
Rachel Comey (b.1972) is an American fashion designer and creator of the eponymous New York based label. The brand, which started as menswear, grew out of the downtown arts scene of New York in the early 2000s. Her collections became known for artful custom textiles, graceful modern silhouettes, and covetable footwear. Her work is said to be designed for real women, like herself, with strong opinions, big aspirations, and a view to the world that is at once radical and romantic.
Comey was raised between Connecticut and Vermont. She attended the University of Vermont as a sculpture student. After graduating she moved to New York City to further pursue opportunities in the arts. Her earliest efforts in clothing came almost accidentally as a costume designer for musicians in the burgeoning downtown music scene of the early 2000s. These efforts garnered her a place in the 2001 Whitney Biennial.
Though she had no formal training or experience in fashion, the early success led her to launch her first menswear collection in 2001. The collection proved a success and she began to develop a loyal following. By 2004 Comey had added womenswear and footwear to her burgeoning business. The women's collection quickly took off and developed its own grassroots following as well as notable customers Michelle Williams, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cindy Sherman, and Parker Posey. In 2012, Comey launched an e-commerce shop.
In addition to her own line, Comey has recently designed shoe collections for Theory and Camper.
Comey is a member of the CFDA, and splits her time between NYC and her converted- laundromat home on Long Island's North Fork with her partner and their two children.