My dogs really seem to enjoy this food. I like it because I can find it at almost any store I go to and it’s affordable. They’ve never had an upset stomach or anything with it and they don’t resist eating it.
I mean I can’t really say anything about this product because it’s not for me. It’s for my dogs. They seem to enjoy it but then again they eat actual garbage so who knows. It’s affordable and available at my local store so it’s what I grab.
This product leaves my hair feeling greasy and it doesn’t absorb. It just sits on the hair and makes it look stuck together likes it’s greasy. I would not recommend this product unless you want to look like you dumped a bottle of lube on your head.
You can never beat a good beauty blender. I found that using this sponge damp or dry is fine. It blends your makeup smoothly and evenly for a flawless finish and it’s quick to buff out any mistakes. The only downside is the price. There are more affordable makeup sponges on the market that work just as well.
This is a great, affordable little beauty sponge. Of course you want to make sure it’s damp before using. Otherwise it’s too hard and doesn’t blend well. It’s easy to find this brand in drug stores, Walmart’s and Ulta’s. It works great.
Review for: real techniques Miracle Sculpting Sponge™ more...
This is a great dupe for a beauty blender. Just make sure to dampen it before use. Otherwise it’s hard to love the foundation around. But it buffs makeup smoothly and evenly. It rinses clean easily and is very affordable and can be found at most drug stores and Ultas.
Personally I’ve found that the product seeps down into the well and doesn’t apply smoothly or evenly. By the time you buff your foundation out to smooth finish, it has dried so the application still looks uneven. It’s much quicker to buff out with a beauty blender.