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Deer Park CCO Haul

One chilly day after a trip on the Long Island Rail Road we reached a place of sheer jubilation. Deer Park has many many many outlet stores for very popular brands including: Gap, Coach, Kate Spade, J Crew, Adidas, Saks Off Fifth Avenue etc. etc. Of course we went for the makeup. First stop was The Cosmetics Company Store where we saw loads of M.A.C, Bobbi Brown, Clinique, Estee Lauder, Tom Ford, Smashbox, Origins, Joe Malone...and I'm probably forgetting some. Basically brands under the Estee Lauder umbrella.


We got lost in the makeup vortex. There were past M.A.C collections from Maleficent, RiRi Hearts M.A.C, Kelly and Sharon Osbourne, Temperature Rising, Alluring Aquatic and the Christmas collection. Sooooooooooooo many things, not enough money :(

The motherload
  • Origins Skincare Must Haves
  • M.A.C Extended Play Gigablack Lash 
  • M.A.C Prep+Prime Highlighter 'Peach Lustre' (repurchase)
  • M.A.C Turquatic Rollerball
  • M.A.C Demi-wipes
Just a few stores away there was a Designer Fragrance & Cosmetic Co. that had select Lancome, YSL, Clarisonic and Giorgio Armani products. Sweeter still, brand new to the store was Urban Decay products...i.e. the L'Oreal brands where there.

The other motherload
  • Urban Decay Nail Color 'Vice'
  • Urban Decay Pulp Fiction Eyeshadow Palette
  • Urban Decay Ocho Loco 2
  • Urban Decay Triple Threat Travel Pencil Set
L -R: 'Deep End', 'Ultraviolet', 'Tornado', 'Twiced Baked', 'Crave', 'Mars', 'Roach' and 'Demolition'

Of course I bought more stuff, but all of them weren't for me *wink*

One thing's for sure, next New York trip I'm heading to Deer Park first!

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