Here’s Your Guide To All Of Cyber Monday’s Best Beauty Deals & Promo Codes

It’s official: The Earth has taken a lap around the sun and it is once again Cyber Monday. For some, this entails restocking their skincare fridge with splurge-worthy items (e.g. Sunday Riley, Tatcha, Kiehls, and more) at once-in-a-lifetime prices, while others spend their day snagging the most luxe presents for their most fabulous loved-ones. Whether your beauty haul this year is shipping directly to your doorstep or flying to a friend, we all know that today is the best day of the year to invest in all things beauty. 

Ahead, we curated a collection of limited-time sales teeming with vibrant eyeshadow palettes, rejuvenating collagen creams, high-tech hair dryers, and anything else that is guaranteed to make us feel ultra-luxe at half the price. Click away at this glitzy slideshow before these Cyber Monday deals disappear in the blink of a perfectly blended smokey eye.

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Microsoft Edge now has coupon and promo codes built in for online shopping

Microsoft is adding a new coupons feature to its Edge browser today. Coupons and promo codes will appear inside Edge as an alert when you’re shopping online, and they can be automatically applied to a basket when you’re ready to check out. The coupons feature also includes price comparisons, so if you’re shopping online, Edge can surface different retailers that might offer items at lower prices.



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Microsoft introduced price comparisons in Edge just weeks ago as part of its Collections feature, but this new coupon experience goes even further. It’s part of a big push by Microsoft to position Edge as the browser for online shopping, but the comparisons and coupons only work for US users of the browser right now.



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Coupons inside Microsoft Edge.

If you’re not interested in online shopping, Edge is also getting some more productivity improvements that are particularly useful for students. Microsoft is adding in the ability to annotate and add text notes to PDFs, a highly requested feature. And one of the top requested features, according to Microsoft, is making a return to Edge: inking. As part of the new screenshot tool, you’ll now be able to digitally ink and annotate screenshots.

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Microsoft is also adding the ability to capture a full webpage in a screenshot later this month. Most existing screenshot tools simply screenshot what you see without the ability to capture an entire webpage or scroll as you grab the screen. Microsoft’s new Edge screenshot tool will automatically scroll down a webpage so you can capture everything in a single image.

Finally, Word and Outlook will also handle copied URLs from Edge a lot more elegantly soon. Microsoft will shorten long links into friendly URLs when you copy links from the address bar in Edge and paste them into Word or Outlook. That’s useful if you don’t want to use bit.ly or another link shortening service, and you’ll also be able to switch back to the longer URL in the Word or Outlook context menus.

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