I always feel gross after I eat Mcdonalds but I also love late night McFlurry runs with friends. Looking to cut McDonalds out of my life because it reinforces sugar cravings and habits. Pro: cheap and everywhere. Ultimately I am not a fan of Mcdonalds.
Biosilk Oil is my holy grail for thick, frizzy hair so I tried the conditioner. I did not notice a huge difference in my hair; it is just as good as some of the OGX conditioners that I usually use. For the price point, it doesn't seem worth it to me.
Skin Type: Combination, oily, hormonal acne, slightly sensitive Age: 21 I found this cleanser to be a bit drying. I take off my makeup with Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser before I wash my face. I started this out a few weeks ago and I've been blasting my heat at night because it's winter and I'm looking for a more hydrating cleanser. I switched to an Aveeno facial cleanser and I'm liking the change. However it gets the job done fine for a cleanser, no complaints besides the dryness.
I used this product for a few weeks and did not see a difference in my hormonal breakouts. It was not cheap, so I was disappointed to see that nothing changed when I used this product. I would not repurchase.
I have admired the brand for a while, but the only product I have tried is the Pixi Glow Tonic. After seeing so many reviews online I bought a small sample size for myself. I didn't notice any difference. I didn't purge or anything, it was like nothing had changed. Kind of disappointed by this and wondering if maybe I needed to keep trying it longer. I wanted to looove it because it gets such great reviews.
I love ELF! I currently use their liquid and pen eyeliner as well as most of their eyeshadow brushes. I have not had experience with any of their face products and i haven't had the chance to try their new skin care line; I'm a bit wary of that. ELF will always be my goto for eyeliner.
I got my current foundation at MAC and really like it. The employee helped me match my shade and find one that works best for my skin tone. At the MAC at my mall, the employees spend more time talking to each other than looking to assist customers, but I haven't had this experience elsewhere.
I really enjoy going to Sephora, although for a beginner in makeup it can be a little intimidating. The workers are hit or miss-- I've had some rude workers and some great ones. However, they are generally helpful. I find that when they have samples that they are trying to push it can be hard to get an unbiased opinion about what products would work best for me.
As someone who is constantly misplacing my phone, this app is much needed. I mostly use it to make my phone "ping" so I can find it. I also love how accurate the location is; its not exact but close enough!