Bought this a few years ago to replace a regular Remington straightener. I like the 1 (1.5 ?) in plates even with very long hair. I prefer to use a thinner flat iron as I feel like I have better control when straightening my hair. The price was very good, and it works as advertised. Pros: works on wet, damp and dry hairdoes not burn my hairsteam is let out of the top, no steam burnsCons:only one floating plate due to the vented plateoccasionally pulls hair towards the open end
This is a decent powder especially given the price. Unfortunately it is not very good for dry skin. It made my skin pretty flaky. I have to put on lotion, then the powder and lotion throughout the day. I almost have to use it like a liquid cover up. The other lines of Covergirl powders have lighter colors. I chose the lightest one of the Clean line (with the brown case) and it was not same as the lightest in the blue case. So it's too dark for me. The smell is also very strong. Makes me think of something my great-grandmother would wear. Ultimately though, I would recommend this for people without dry skin and who are at least a little darker than myself.
My husband helped me find this one when I was complaining about my polish always chipping. The first time I used it over a pink LA Colors polish and, like others mentioned, the polish cracked. It did not chip, it just lots and lots of little cracks, kind of like tempered glass that's been hit. Still all the polish stayed on for 5 days (including at work, where I'm typing and clacking my nails on a keyboard all day). It didn't come off until I used nail polish remover. The second time I used it though, I put it on when the pink polish was still a little wet. No cracks, and the Sally Hansen's helped dry the pink layer too. Didn't chip at all. I would recommend
I bought the S6 a couple weeks ago to replace my S3 (which was still fine, I just got suckered into replacing a phone before it was necessary. For once.) It is easy to figure out, standard Android. I like the fact that the apps are a little bigger. The sleek design and metal edges with the blueish/purple black is beautiful. I did put mine in a simple purple case so you don't see the back of the phone, but I love color showing on the front. It doesn't have a micro SD slot, but with about 32 gb of memory I have more than enough space. No removable battery, but I generally keeps phones so long that by the time the battery would need to be replaced, the phone is so old it doesn't even allow updates. The fast charge function is awesome. It goes from 0% to 100% in less than 2 hours. Overall a great phone (also mine is for Boost Mobile, not Sprint. I couldn't find one for boost).
So far so good. I've had mine for a about two weeks, only started using it a few days ago. It logs steps pretty accurately, estimates calories burned and distance walked. If you sync it to the app you can keep track of all of the above, plus weight loss, calories, etc (those do need to be entered manually, no big deal). I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to get started with exercising a bit more. It's fun to see the numbers add up. I'm not sure I would pay the $59.99 it's listed for on fitbit.com, but maybe on sale somewhere. I got the black zip with the clip for free from work as part of a company fitness challenge