A Great Way To Save – Groupon Coupons!

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(Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.)

The moon belongs to everyone, the best things in life are free“, sang Frank Sinatra (among many others) and that’s fantastic!  However, it’s very hard to wrap and very difficult to fit under a Christmas tree.  And so it goes, the search for the perfect gift. If your gift-giving list is long, I’ve discovered a great way to save on everything from toys, clothing, appliances – you name it!  It’s Groupon Coupons. Do you know about this? I didn’t! I’m so happy to learn about it, particularly for this time of year. Let’s check it out!

photo: Life With Levi
photo: Life With Levi

Groupon Coupons can help ease your Thanksgiving journeys by offering great discounts on hotels and travel.  Also, there are coupons for holiday decorating and food options.  A sure-to-please gift is a lovely bouquet (you don’t have to worry if it “fits”). From You Flowers has great deals right now. This would also be a very nice gift to give to yourself!

Something that most of us don’t think of, until something falls apart, is home maintenance. This can be tricky for those that either aren’t handy with tools, don’t have access to tools or aren’t physically able to handle the heavy lifting.  Angie’s List now offers FREE membership through Groupon Coupons. You can give the gift of a “Handy Man” this season.  That’s a pretty great gift!  Click here for your deal.

Holiday shopping just got a whole lot easier and better with this find. Check out Groupon Coupons and I’m sure you’ll find something wonderful for everyone on your list.  Happy Holidays!

 

 

Under Eye Concealer That Actually Works!

I have found an under eye concealer that actually works!  Great coverage, not cake-y looking, lasts all day concealer. Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer from It Cosmetics. You must give this product a try and let me know what you think. It would definitely be in my “Stranded on a deserted island and you can only have 3 products with you” cosmetic bag (don’t we all have one?).

Under Eye Concealer That Actually Works! - Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer - Ann Again and again Reviews
A Makeup Fav!

 

My background in concealer usage goes back over 30 years. When I began wearing make-up I chose to wear Bonnie Bell lipgloss (watermelon and Dr. Pepper were my favorites!) and concealer. The later was to cover skin breakouts and, over time, the desire to cover darkness under the eyes. Also, I have prominent redness on the sides of my nose that makes me look like I just took off a pair of glasses.  It’s weird. The frustration in trying to find a concealer that didn’t look cakey, which just adds age to your eyes, or finding the correct shade, was so annoying. The money I have spent these past 30 years, in trying to find a product that looked just right, oh! I don’t even want to think about it.

While preparing your face for make-up you need to have as much of an even skin tone as possible for your chosen colors to benefit your face. Bye Bye Undereye concealer blends so smoothly, so softly on your skin it gives me the feeling that I’m applying delicate lotion, not this incredibly effective concealer. I highly recommend purchasing this product with the available brush. The dual-end brush is fantastic. The two together are $29.00 at QVC.com. Now, I don’t spend money easily, I am naturally very frugal however, the quality and effectiveness of this product is completely worth the price. And you use such a tiny amount to get the desired coverage.  You definitely get your money’s worth!

I had my sister try Bye Bye Undereye Concealer.  Her results were so great she went on-line and bought it right then and there. Give it a try. If you like it, let me know. And, if it doesn’t quite fit the bill for you, I’d love to hear about which concealer is your favorite.

What are your favorite cosmetics?

(*Disclaimer:  I was not compensated in any way for this review.  This is my personal experience.)

 

4 Surprising Ways Your Shopping Senses Are Being Manipulated

I’m sure you’re aware the style of music playing in a store isn’t a mistake.  Classical makes you move slower, browse longer.  When it comes to colors chosen for a restaurant dining room studies show that red makes you hungry, therefore you possibly order more.  Read on to find other ways retailers do their best to manipulate our shopping senses.  (The Ebay one was a surprise to me.  And have you noticed the fragrance of certain departments in stores? And Apple?!  This is good info.  Read on!)

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(*Disclosure:  This information was shared with permission by AlternativesFinder.com.  Aren’t these findings interesting?)