For those of you in the DC/VA/MD area, Spa Week is October 12-18, so book your appointments! Dozens of spas and salons in the area will be offering services--like massages, facials, waxing, etc., for just $50! The slots tend to book up fast, so be sure to make your appointments soon. -g.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Need to stock up on fall skincare, makeup or haircare supplies? Beauty.com is offering $20 off your purchase of $100 or more.
There's no sales tax, and they also offer free shipping on orders of $49 or more, and 3 free samples of your choosing. I'm all for getting more bang for your buck, especially if it means you get to indulge in some great products (beauty.com carries Phyto, Nars, Smashbox, bliss, Philosophy and a nice selection of fragrances).
I've always been happy with my purchases from this site. -g.
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Doing any fall shopping? If so, check out Glamour's shopping page for some great discounts at stores including Ann Taylor, Express, H&M (I didn't know they made the cheap stuff even cheaper!) and Kate Spade. -g.
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Upon opening the pages of my October issue of Glamour today, I saw a familiar face--mine! I'm on the second page of the CoverGirl advertisement section.
I did get to try all of the products featured in the ad-- I had much more than I could actually use, so some of my friends were the grateful beneficiaries of some new makeup. Hopefully I'll have more to try soon! -g.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
I'm a big fan of most things Aveda. The quality is consistent, they're eco-conscious and the scents are energizing...I'm also a fan of small travel-friendly-sized products, especially when they're free.
Visit Aveda's website and get a coupon for Aveda hand relief sample. This will be perfect for my travel bag! -g.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
In college, a friend turned me on to the Victoria's Secret laundry line. The price was exorbatent for a poor college student, but once I smelled the laundry fresh out of the dryer, I was hooked. I justified the expense by only using it on my sheets, which I only washed a few times a month. Then, suddenly, a few years ago, the VS laundry line disappeared. I was crushed at first, then forgot about it.
Last year, I noticed a re-designed version back in Victoria's Secret stores and decided to splurge once again. The formula, or at least the scent, seems to be the same, but the packaging is different. It's pricey, but if you get any VS Angel reward certificates (I get them a few times a year--typically for $10) or birthday reward cards, the $12 for a box of 40 sheets becomes cheaper than Bounce. If your lingerie drawer runneth over, this is a great way to treat yourself at Victoria's Secret. -g.