I am trying to save for yoga school among other things. Unfortunately, it's impossible to save enough for yoga school if you earn peanuts, have a son who likes GameStop and live in this wonderful city you can't really enjoy because you don't make enough dough. No matter. I look mahvelous. Looking good is sweet revenge.
Yeah, I sell and use Avon and think my skin looks pretty good. Heck, I'm almost 48. Say what you want but consistent skin care, sunscreen, night cream and AHA's are now among my good friends. The best part is that having good skin doesn't have to cost more than a 200 hour yoga certification. My last post was called, "Last Week I Wore Foundation.". The best part about writing that piece was knowing that I don't really have to. I credit a large part of that to regular AHA use.
That being said, "buy my stuff!!". It works, the price points are good and I continually test products so you won't have too.
So it's holiday season and that means gifts, parties and a bit of sparkle. I keep saying that makeup should be fun. No one said it has to be expensive. This week I even have 99 cent mini lip gloss, so change your look or update your skin care routine. It doesn't need to break you.
Follow this link to my eBrochure.
Page 17 - 8 eyeshadows, 4 lip glosses and a blush in one 3" x 2" compact. $9.99 and boxed to give.
Page 29 - 20 eyeshadows, 12 lip glosses, 2 blushes, and 3 applicators in a 4" x 4" mirrored compact $19.99 and boxed to give.
Page 42 - Set of 3 mini LED flashlights, red, green, blue. Handy little suckers. $12.99
In the upcoming campaigns the compacts get even jucier with one set sporting 36 eyeshadows, 36 lip glosses, 6 blushes, a nice mirror and brushes. Again $29.99 and boxed to give.
As usual this is just the tip of the iceberg. Browse the brochure for additional makeup looks, kitchy holiday gift and decor items and serious skin care. I know its weird to find serious skin care and kitchy holiday items in the same place but... that's Avon.
Tracy the Avon Lady