in Beauty on a Budget
, Kat Von D
, Steals and Deals
, The Body Shop
, Urban Decay
, Victoria's Secret
If you want to indulge but simply don’t have the cash to spare this is the post for you. Check out various beauty bits and bobs all under $20. You’ll see many fine steals and deals that will set you back a mere $5 bucks or less.
Happy haulin’! (Btw check out retailmenot.com to find various coupon codes)
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Philosophy is having Christmas in June…wow, so politically incorrect. Didn’t anyone tell them Christmas is in July?
I guess I can forgive them since the deals are so damn hawt! Loves it! Enjoy Philosophy’s Christmas in June sale and get 50% to 75% off delicious holiday treats. Spend $50 and get Free Shipping and better yet spend $75 and use the promo code SUMMERFUN and get a free full size Philosophy Tote Bag and Free Shipping.
Peep at the slideshow below to find out what Philosophy goodies are available (If you’re reading in RSS please visit my blog to view the slideshow).
, New in Beauty
, Tarina Tarantino
Good Morning Everyone!
Hope you had a great weekend and spoiled your dear old dad! I thought we’d start Monday morning off with some fabulously fantastic new in beauty goodies.
Take a look and let me know any new stuff you’ve seen at your local Ulta, drugstores, Sephora, or counters!
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I gotta tell you something….
I hate Sherbet.
I can’t understand what can possibly be considered delicious about a less than glorified version of ice cream. I mean if I want to treat myself I’m going for ice cream…it’s creamy, it’s sugary, it’s delicious! Not Sherbet which plays at being a tasty icy treat but turns into a gross fruity milky I dunno what…
But Philosophy, well, Philosophy can convince me to enjoy Sherbet again!
I’ve never gotten an actual facial peel but I still remember to this very day the episode of Sex and the City when Samantha had gotten one.
Now Samantha was trying to de-age her skin a fair bit so I’m guessing she was looking to diminish fine lines, brighten her skin tone up, and perhaps fight dull, tried skin or uneven skin tone. These would be many of the reasons you’d consider a facial peel.
However, from what I’ve read, facial peels are pretty darn harsh on the skin causing all sorts of irritation and redness because essentially it’s peeling away one layer to reveal a fresher layer beneath.
But my skin isn’t an onion…I don’t have layers you can peel away at will. I like my layers thanks so much and I’m not out to remove any of them…maybe polish them up a bit, maybe exfoliate them, but literally burn them off using chemicals? No thanks!
Philosophy The Microdelivery Purifying Peel is Philosophy’s cure to a gentle at home facial peel.
Does it work?