I'm a huge E.L.F fanatic and have been consistently surprised at the quality of their eye brushes. Many of them are just $1 and go a long way. Very little loss of bristles, deposits color evenly, and the various shapes and lengths ensure you get just what you need.
I’m pretty choosy about my deodorant, so I approached this one with a little trepidation. Gel antiperspirant has always made me a little uncomfortable. It never fails that I feel like it never dries and I sit there in the morning, flapping my arms (quite literally doing the Funky Chicken), hoping that I can get it to absorb before I put my shirt on. All this leads to is tired arms and a bruised ego. I must say that my fears have been completely unfounded. This deodorant absorbed quickly without leaving a sticky residue, and smells amazing to boot. Secret has really upped the ante in completely eliminating the “white marks” associated with icky deodorant smudges on your clothing. I was even brave enough to wear a black shirt on the first day to put their claims to the test. And voila! No white marks!
I echo many users in saying that this powder perfectly embodies ELF's mission to provide quality products at low prices. This powder provides an instant matte finish and contains salicylic acid, which helps keep skin clear and healthy. I can't exactly disagree when others say that it applies a bit chalky, because I feel the same about every powder I've ever tried!
Marshalls is one of those "What you see is what you get" stores, but I feel like their quality makes up for my visits being hit-or-miss. A lot of their clothing has "minor flaws" that a typical consumer wouldn't notice, but nevertheless expels them from mainstream sales floors and results in major price reduction at places like Marshalls. You're not always going to find what you're looking for here, but I guarantee you won't leave empty-handed!
I should start by saying that I truly grew up perusing the aisles of my Hobby Lobby store. I found it to be a wonderful experience that always lead to creative projects that defined my childhood. However, I feel that Hobby Lobby has lost something along the way, and I can't quite put my finger on exactly what it is. I feel as though their home goods are somewhat stagnant and repeat the same styles throughout the year. As for crafting supplies, you really can't go wrong in visiting Hobby Lobby. Although their inventory doesn't change as much as I think it should, you're likely to find just what you need.
I love all that Etsy stands for. Any site that can foster creativity among designers and crafters is an accomplishment, but Etsy has really made buying hand-made goods mainstream, affordable, and stylish. Not always the cheapest place to buy goods, but owning a truly one-of-a-kind item is well worth the price tag.
It just makes you feel good to shop here! This was the only store I've ever seen an actual grocer helping customers pick out ingredients. That's customer service! Great selection of organic and unique items, always of top-notch quality.