Favin the Maven
BY: | Dec 18, 2013
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. Follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
Here’s the latest from my world:
Five Fun, Beauty-Centric White Elephant Gifts They’re all less than $15 on Goods, but more importantly, they’ll make you the life of the party.
How to Winterize Your Haircare Routine Three words of advice from Salon Envy stylist Matthew Jiovanni: Lock. In. Moisture.
i-Lipo Is Sort of Like a Shrink Ray for Your Fat Cells You can see me get the treatment (and fool around on the vibration machine) here!
The ABCs of Alphabet Creams I didn’t know the differences among BB, CC, DD, and EE creams. So I did some research.
Pampering Gifts for Every Person on Your List I’ve got suggestions for bookworms, gym-goers, techies, and even adrenaline junkies who can’t sit still for a pedicure!
Find my past posts here.
And a few articles from the The Guide to Style & Beauty:
How to Get and How to Wear the Classic American Styles of Michael Kors | Michelle Schuman In anticipation of ideel’s Cyber Monday sale, learn about this versatile designer’s timeless inspirations.
How a Tailor’s Alterations Can Work Minor Miracles on Your Clothes | Shannon Jewitt Tailors can work magic, but that doesn’t make them magicians. Remember these things when taking your clothing in for alterations.
A Chiropractor Explains What Backs Really Want | Mae Rice Make quick adjustments, treat insidious pain, and heartily recommend firm mattresses.
What to Buy the Fashionista in Your Life | Guide Staff Instead of guessing whether they’d like neon jeggings, stick with quality wardrobe basics, creative accessories, and personal-care essentials.
How to Behave Before, During, and After a Massage | Shannon Grilli We asked a licensed massage therapist whether or not you should talk during your treatment, and why it’s best to be fully naked.
Photo: Mark William Mills, Groupon