Favin the Maven
Beauty blogger for Groupon. For me, both beauty AND fashion need to be accessible and not intimidating. I love a great deal and a good DIY beauty treatment. I pride myself on trying new trends, being open-minded, and getting a great treatment without breaking the bank. In the name of beauty I will try anything once.
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My friend Jackie and I tried out a bunch of cosmetics from Groupon Goods, and picked out four favorites—including an eye cream made with stem cells from a Swiss apple.
Two minutes in a cryotherapy chamber might sound like (frozen) hell on earth, but a 9-year-old did it and so did I. It was awesome.
Never have I tried a beauty treatment so gross and wonderful at the same time.
After an embarrassing incident at a public gym (one man laughed so hard at me that he started crying), I started trying YouTube workouts at home.
I never wanted to put snail secretions on my face…until suddenly, I did.
Earn sympathy from the police and teach children not to trust you with these imaginative uses for the versatile beauty product.
If you lost any of these shades, you might shed a tear—not because they cost a fortune, but 'cause they’re so cute.
True, some yellow and green polishes look like something you’d find floating in a bog. But they can also look like shamrocks, Big Bird, or "The West Wing’s" Donna Moss.
Six Grouponers open up about their makeup routines, their changing attitudes toward cosmetics, and their all-time most embarrassing beauty mistakes.
Yes, lipstick—and other makeup—expires, and when it does the results aren’t pretty. Use this shelf-life chart to figure out what to keep and what to toss.
Photo: Mark William Mills, Groupon