Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Beauty Bargains

People are always stopping me on the street to tell my just how amazingly beautiful I am. They want to know just how I do it and what my secret ingredients are. So, here are just a few things that help me stay runway pretty.
This mascara is my all time favorite. It is Covergirl exact eyelights. I have a sensitive complexion and this mascara never irritates my eyes. It washes off super easy but it doesn't smudge one wink all day long. It never clumps up on me. It's always a smooth thick application. It has a hint of color to compliment your eye shade (it comes in several different eye enhancing colors). I am all about this magic tube of goodness.
I love to dye my hair. I've been around the block with every shade you can think of. I'm usually a salon snob and rarely do my own color (major problems with home color when I was in college). My sister suggested this brand and I was a little skiddish because of my previous mistakes. It turns out that this stuff is amazing. What's even better is it's under $3! I've been saving a ton on color for the last few months with this beauty. The best part is it doesn't make my hair all stringy and coarse. It makes my hair super soft and shiny. I've been rockin' light auburn #53 all winter long. I promise you will not be disappointed.


Cheri said...

Hmmm...maybe I'll have to try that mascara. The only bummer is that I have to get through the Costco pack I bought of the last kind. I will add my two cents about that hair dye. I also used it and was pleased with the results. Never would have guessed it was only $3.

Malinda said...

Ok! LOVE your blog! You are so funny! Anything to get me laughing is worth my time!
I've never used that mascara. Like Cheri, I'll try it!
You are braver than me with the hair dye. It scares me. But, as time is not so kind, I will resort to dying it soon. Darn old age.

connie said...

o.k. I can't see the name of the mascara. What is it called? The hair dye is a great idea. I color my own and it cost a lot more the $3. I will let you know after my next self beauty treatment

Karen said...

Oh, man, I remember when you came back to the dorm freshman year after the hair-dying fiasco! I assume that's the one you're talking about? I'll have to try that mascara, I hate when mine clumps up.

kristen said...

$3 for home hair color, $60 at the salon, your mister should be so proud. And, you are spending the $3 to save $57, see the spend to save theory works again. Now you have $57 to spend at Target!!!

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