It's wedding season, and as frequent readers of the Brad's Deals Blog will know, I have several weddings to attend in 2015, and maybe you do too! Whether you're the bride, a bridesmaid, the mother of the bride or just an average guest, buying the perfect dress for every wedding can get expensive. So why buy a dress you'll only wear once when you can rent it and send it back when you're done?
Prom season has arrived, and as we've mentioned before, if you're not careful, this night to remember can get more than a little bit pricey. With the average American family spending upwards of $978 on prom in 2014, you might be looking for ways to cut corners this year without sacrificing style. Here are our DIY suggestions.
DIY can be a fun way to add a personal touch to your life and save money in the process, but before you drop everything to bust out a Pinterest-perfect project, take a moment to consider your options.
If you're the parent of a teenager, you're probably well aware that it's prom season.
As a gal on a budget, there are few things more infuriating than the dreaded "pink tax." What's the pink tax, you ask? Well next time you're at the drugstore, try comparing the prices of products that are marketed towards women with products for men. Nine times out of ten, the pink ladystuff is going to be more expensive, even if the ingredients or function of the thing is EXACTLY THE SAME.
Since the day I first raided my mother's makeup bag at age 12, I've been obsessed with the stuff. The idea that I could change the way I looked depending on the occasion and my mood was a revelation, and I quickly amassed a vast collection of colorful cosmetics.
Congratulations! You're engaged! The easy part is over--you found someone to spend the rest of your life with--now you have just few short months to plan a wedding, and perhaps most importantly, find a dress that makes you look like the queen you are without bankrupting yourself.
Today is National Wear Red Day, and we've decided to go red when we can today to help Go Red for Women and the American Heart Association raise awareness of heart disease in women.
Winter certainly has its charms, but it really does a number on my beauty routine. As much as I appreciate picturesque snowfalls and any excuse to expand my collection of snappy wool coats, my cracked lizard skin, chapped lips and dry hair aren't fun to deal with day in and day out.