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Would You Buy Makeup at Payless?

Over the past few years, Payless ShoeSource has upped the ante by recruiting designers like Alice + Olivia, Abaeté, Lela Rose, and Christian Siriano. Now, the discount shoe retailer is bringing something unexpected to the table: makeup and body products. WWD reports that Payless will introduce beauty products starting in September.

Sold under the names Unforgettable Moments and Zoe & Zac, the offerings will include fragrances, lotions, and nail, lip, and eye colors ($3–$20). Payless is an institution when it comes to bargain shoe shopping, but tell us: do you think you'd shop there for beauty goods, too?

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Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
Not yet, but that's a good reminder for me!
tdsollog tdsollog 5 years
So.... did anyone try the makeup?
GummiBears GummiBears 5 years
Their shoes sucks but I would take a look to see what they have.
juliamurray juliamurray 5 years
no. there is a sephora across the street from the one in sf, where i will continue to buy my makeup. however, it is an interesting idea
girlfunkmusic girlfunkmusic 5 years
If it's decent quality and made to use - not just as a gimmick for the junior high gals...
CaffeePants CaffeePants 5 years
They actually tested the nail polish in some stores in the fall and the quality it pretty nice. At $2.99 a bottle it's worth a try. They just rolled out the spring/summer colors and I picked two bottles up. They're pretty nice. @ Girl Jen -they are big 3 free and cruelty free.
CaffeePants CaffeePants 5 years
They actually tested the nail polish in some stores in the fall and the quality it pretty nice. At $2.99 a bottle it's worth a try. They just rolled out the spring/summer colors and I picked two bottles up. They're pretty nice. @ Girl Jen -they are big 3 free and cruelty free.
JenBrett JenBrett 5 years
I don't go in there for shows so I don't think adding make-up would draw me in. I'm pretty married to the make-up and nail polish I use right now.
Lori-Gragg Lori-Gragg 5 years
I wouldn't go for just the make-up,but if I were there looking for shoes for that special occasion, I would check out the make-up selection, that way I could find the perfect look and accessorize everything together.
L0neLyHeArT L0neLyHeArT 5 years
I want to check out the collection when it's released in September.
shopinchic shopinchic 5 years
They've got great shoes, so they'll probably offer great cosmetics too. I'm looking forward to this~
katrosado5 katrosado5 5 years
Of course I would. I have no shame, I have a look at the makeup available no matter what store I am in---I'm a shameless makeup junkie :-D
peqpatino peqpatino 5 years
If I was there to buy shoes I'd also probably be thinking of what I was going to wear on my face when I was doing my shopping. I would be more likely to at least peruse the selection if I was there looking for shoes, but I probably wouldn't go there specifically for makeup.
Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 5 years
I'd look. If they had products I liked that were not tested on animals, and nail polish without formaldehyde, I'd buy makeup from there.
genesisrocks genesisrocks 5 years
No I try to be open minded but I'm not thinking about my makeup when I'm thinking about my shoes
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