This handy guide will help you pick which products you can safely scrimp on, and when you should pony up a little more cash for quality. Splurge On: Makeup Brushes When it comes to makeup brushes, you truly do get what you pay for. Drugstores sell inexpensive brushes by the dozens, but...

I think somewhere along the lines the purpose of FNO go lost! People were coming out in droves to store hop, see celebrities and drink free booze but again was anybody spending any money! It seems to me that the stores were shelling out more cash to put on the event then what they were...

Wtih a receipt, you have up to 90 days to return an item for a cash refund. After 90 days or without a receipt, you can still return it for store credit, but just for the lowest on sale price within the last 30 days.

, some or all of this tax can be refunded back to you on eligible purchases, which usually includes luxury fashion. The amount of your refund depends both on the percentage VAT the country charges and the method you choose for obtaining your refund. In many countries with more difficult...

While I do believe in spending a little more cash on skincare products (it's your skin, and totally worth it to keep it healthy!), some of my favorite beauty and skincare products are under $25. If my beauty cabinet were stripped bare of all of its contents, these are the products I...

And we all know that the stuff we want usually costs more cash than we lowly students have. That being said, the college experience definitely isn't all bad, and is worth appreciating! Below, I have compiled a list of six things you get for "free" or discounted in college – score! (That...

One thing that probably will continue to change is that women will tip gentlemen more generously the closer the resemblance to Ryan Gosling. With the ever-sobering ambition gap, a study on women spending more of their hard-earned dough on male servers who remember to slap on their Marc...

And with more cash comes more room for spending on all things pretty. Some people might be hitting the beach in Thailand, but you can hit Hong Kong's shops – okay, it might not be quite the same, but a bit of retail therapy can make you feel a whole lot better if you're not sipping on a...

 

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