Sample Up Your Red Life
By: Tasha, The Bay Area Style Guru
There is a constant stream of new beauty products hitting the shelves practically every day and who doesn’t love trying the latest and greatest?
But before you break the bank buying full sized products that may or may not work for your redhead skin and hair, get savvy with samples!
Did you know?
1. Many cosmetic lines like Clinique will happily offer you a generous sample at their counters for you to try before you buy.
2. Sephora carries a wide array of products from makeup, skin care and hair care and are fantastic about making you a sample of anything you desire to test drive at home.
3. Other fantastic ways to try out new products are to be found on cool websites like Birchbox.com and Glossybox.com where you can purchase a membership fees usually range from $10 to $30 per month ) to receive packages of high end and new products in handy sample sizes every month. Wow. How fun is that?
Ladies, before you spend your hard earned cash on every tempting new product, serve up the samples and find out the products that are best for you red life.
Tasha is a PROUD redhead, beauty blogger, fashion stylist and personal shopper working in the greater San Francisco area where she is known as the Bay Area Style Guru. Follow her style and beauty tips on Twitter @stylegurugirl
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