A bunch of beauty and vouchers stuff
About a million years ago, I got contacted by Groupon who wanted to talk about how they have a special page dedicated to beauty deals. I took the credit they offered me and used it
to get a
“Revitalising 30-Minute Facial, Eyebrow Shape and Brow and Lash Tint at Beauty Shows Body & Skin Care”. I had never had a
facial before (well, apart from, you know), and I”d always supported full eyebrows, but I had figured out that (part of) the reason my fatty boom brunette fringed style idols Ally and Tangled Up in Lace look so fucking boss is because of their beautiful eyebrows. So I was keen to give it a go.
My facialist was running late, which was annoying because I had a job interview to get to afterwards, but it was nice and relaxing to lie down while she schlubbed stuff all over my face. I wish it hadn”t all smelt like cheap hotel shampoo, but afterwards I did feel gloriously glowing. Meanwhile, my eyebrows looked great – here”s the before and after.
Anyway, it cost me (well, Groupon) $39 instead of $90, which I never would have paid, so I think coupons are a great way to experiment and try new things, and also get things you know are good. I use the Chelsey Deal Aggregator which saves me from having to
And! Another new discovery viagra uk delivery via coupons was Makeup 4 Me, which you M.A.C fans will like. Their stuff is cheap, I”m pretty sure it”s the real deal, and service is super quick. When I ordered it turns out they were out of Russian Red lip glass, so I was able to substitute a slightly more expensive Wicked Ways without having to pay extra. Woo!
So, to sum up: do keep an eye on the daily deal sites, whether you want to try new things or save money on things you already know. That is all.