Half of the tops that I have are from Rue 21. They're adorable, comfortable, stylish-- and most importantly? Cheap. I never pay over $20 for a top.
It's a mess normally to shop, though, especially in the back where they usually have the cheap clothes. It's one of the stores where you can't just stop in, grab what you need, and buy it in a jiffy. You need time to search through all of the racks, double check the prices, and double make sure that you're not getting too much (which happens. a lot).
They have all the basics covered-- tee shirts, jeans, sweaters, cardigans, flip-flops, and bags. They come in basic, solid colors, occasionally in stripes and whatnot. The quality is decent, enough to serve for a few months at least. The flip-flops are THE best-- lasts all summer without breaking, comfortable, and affordable. Two pairs for five bucks? Very awesome. Granted they come in only basic colors, but hey- great basic, solid items.
It's essentially lotion with some added alcohol. Enough to get some moisturizing in when you don't have time, but not enough to take over your moisturizing regime completely. Still lotion like you normally do when you can.
I've always had the worst breakouts ever growing up, so my skin is riddled with acne scars and just shine. After using this product for now a month, I've beaten that. Once I run out of cleanser, I'm getting more. :)
Although, I've concluded that this is a very well addiction to your daily face routine, shouldn't BE your routine.
It cleanses to a point, but really it's not what it's meant for. It helps shine from producing on your skin, with both the lotion that it comes for and the vibrations from the brush that break up the dead cells of your skin and stimulate new skin to prosper.
Try it, see it if works for you. Really worth the attempt.
I have a straight, straight, straight hair. Always have. Nothing ever worked to give my hair some body, even some waves--- until Beach Babe. :) Granted, I have to spritz it on after a shower, put my hair up in a bun, and let it dry before getting my waves...not exactly what the instructions say on the bottle-- but hey! It works. It even controls my hair whenever I put it up in a ponytail. The hold is just enough to make it seem natural. The scent is ah-mazing as well. I've never been to the beach, so I can't say that it really smells like you come from the beach, but it smells delicious, clean, just plain wonderful. And to top it off-- the price is spectacular. Runs anywhere from $5 for a regular sized bottle to $7. 100% recommend. :)