March 7, 2018

Too Cool For School Isn’t Too Cool for Ulta

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Much to my delight Korean beauty brand, Too Cool for School, has made its way to Ulta.com! The brand has made rounds at Nordstrom and Sephora and finally has landed at Ulta which means we’ll be able to take advantage of it at sale prices and coupons.

I have some very fond favorites from the brand like Too Cool For School Egg Mellow Cream. If you have drier skin it’s a treat as an AM moisturizer as it’s quite hydrating but not greasy nor oily and wears well under makeup. You can actually double it up as an eye cream as well if you want.

They aren’t carrying the color cosmetic line thus far but they do have some of the brand’s more popular skincare products. I’m quite happy about Ulta’s well stocked selection of K-Beauty brands lately. They have been carrying Tony Moly for a while now and have added more and more brands like CosRX, Skinfood, Memebox, and many others. It’s nice to have Korean brands so easily accessible here in the US and such a wide variety of them in one location too!

Shop it now at Ulta.com.

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  • kjh

    Thrilled me, too. Hope they add the m/u. Wish they’d expand color cos in all K/A lines. I got the AIO egg mellow cream as a pointer from S. Verrry nice, and not too occlusive for oily dehydrated. I was hoping TCFS had an egg eye cream, but not yet. U is kicking ass with new additions. And S seems to be phasing out some AB. With far better promos/sales, rather have it at Ulta.

  • kimkats

    It kind of amazes me how many lines are abandoning Sephora for Ulta… Kind of like a lot of lines jumped from QVC to HSN several years back. ‘Course, now that Q owns H, it’s not the big deal that it was but, it surprised me then how many jumped ship… Wonder why so many are leaving sephora for ulta?

    • Isabella Muse

      I actually don’t think they jump ship. I think Sephora actually rotates brands a lot so in order to bring in new brands they have short contracts that keeps on certain brands for a year or sometimes two or three if they do well. I also think the brands contract prevents them from possibly being sold elsewhere. So, any contract they have with Sephora might have prevented them from being sold at another major retailer such as Ulta. I believe Too Cool for School was brought into Nordstrom as a “pop up shop” brand so there might be some exception there. But I don’t really think brands are jumping ship! But who knows I could be utterly wrong.

  • Kish

    I was so excited to see this! Ulta is becoming my go to over the last few months, i hardly ever buy from sephora anymore. Although, I am sad that they seem to be getting rid of Nip+Fab. Those glycolic night pads are my savior.

    • kjh

      Maybe they’ll land at Kohl’s. Cargo went from Barney’s to big S to U to U online (dk now) to Kohl’s. The ex-Marcia Kilgores (bliss, soap and glory) went S>U>K, but not out of Ulta, and Bliss is getting a new push with more products at U. I liked the Nip & Fab no needle fix serum that wasn’t a serum. I think I read that N&F is an offshoot of Rodial. Same general concept, but far better price.