Polish always goes on smoothly, dries quick, and lasts for a longer than one would think being this polish is in the low end of compared to most polishes. I love this brand, the colors always go on smooth and evenly, don't need many coats to get a good thorough color. And the drying time it fantastic.
Like the color, lasted pretty long overall so that's a plus.
Only cons are it did take awhile to dry, a solid half hour, and if you accidentally bump your nail on something while it's drying, the Polish does that 'bunching/rolling up' thing where it leaves ripples on your nail due the number of coats you have to apply (which for me was about 4), due to the light pink color I was using.
LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. I love Freddik Fekkai haircare and about 6 months ago, going after one dry shampoo after another, I found Fekkai had a dry shampoo! It smells like their Repair Rx (the light blue damaged collection by Fekkai), has vanilla scent to it, which I usually don't like for product smell, but this is amazing. Zero white powder/dust, leaves hair oil free from 7am to 8pm working at a stables in the hot summer right now. Don't have to reapply, doesn't dry hair out. And that smell I just love this 😁. I love Fekkai's whole Repair Rx line too.
I used to love this mascara, but I've found the brush is a tad too large to really get in close to the roots of my lashes, I think I may try to Blackout, if not I have my trusty go to's that always seem to work.
But i do love the length &, volume it creates. (I always curl my lashes so I couldn't tell you how well it curls, and the first few times using any brand new mascara, I always wipe off the excess from the wand/brush so it never clumps). But I do love the definition, volume, and length it brings to my eyelashes 😊.
Truly surprised me at how well this delivered to make my hair completely better in one use.
Ive been looking for a good heat protectant for months, after using Kérastase's, which is pricy and works fabulously, but I needed something cheaper.
I am always weary of heat protectant "sprays," Because they aren't always thick/potent enough. But this was almost like a creamy thick base. And there was no oily residue. It completely worked into my strands, instead of sitting on top, just coating it. And it definitely protects from heat. Smells amazing, and I love every product in this collection. I am a huge Bumble fanatic, and don't let the, 'oil' throw you off, it truly dissolves into your hair and just feels healthy, softer, manageable, shiny, and no split ends or frizz. Completely love. #BumbleandBumble does it again!!
LOVE. I had been looking for a good heat protectant besides expensive Kérastase's Ciment Thermique, and their Dual Serum for split ends.
This along with the Primer (the white Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Primer Spray), and was exceptionally surprised at how well they work!! The oil doesn't feel/work like argan oils or other oils, it truly penetrates into your hair and you can use both on on dry or wet hair, (personally I put some on wet hair, then a bit more after I blow dry to protect from flat iron heat.
I want this entire collection of Bumble and Bumble's Hairdresser's Invisible Oil, shampoo, the co-worker oil shampoo, conditioner, the deep conditioning mask, all of them!!
I also am a big fan of their Gentle Shampoo, and Super Rich Conditioner, the Marine Shampoo/Conditioner, and especially the Don't Blow it leave in!
I wanted this to work soon badly. Been trying to find reasonably priced hair products that I can visibly notice a difference, but I felt like I was putting what smelled & felt like melted plastic. 😟. It dried my hair more than shampoo does, and I just ended up having to use my normal conditioner twice. I'm glad I've tried it knowing firsthand it doesn't work my hair I see. 😶
All Excedrin contains, only 3 ingredients no matter what type, caffeine, aspirin (Bayer is aspirin) (NSAID), and acetomenaphine (Tylenol's main ingredient), (NSAID).
The only differences are the amount of the three different ingredients I'm each labeled Excedrin. (So it doesn't matter which you buy, milder headaches, read the labels kkn the back the amount, same as if you have strong headaches, the 'Migraine,' one isnt only for migraines, it just contains a different amount of each ingredient. And ALL NSAID's, (even though they say pain reliever), are specifically directed to minimize inflammation. As when you smack your face and it swells up and hurts, the (NSAID), Excedrin - Aleve, all do the same thing, so if your pain is not die to any inflammation, it's not going to help. So if your head hurts and Excedrin does help you but you're out, and gave aspirin and Tylenol, take one of each of those and then drink some coffee. I gauruntee you'll feel the same results. (Usually our minds think it's not so, but countless clinical tests since coming out with any of these medications, all conclude they are all anti inflammatory medications. And have the exact same ingredients. And if you have pain regularly, I have had migraines/headaches my whole life, and nothing helped until I saw dr. Who wrote me something for nerve pain. I had nerve (well now post-herpetic neuralgia too), so permanent nerve damage that is okay one day, and the best I can't get out of my bed. Just how post herpetic neuralgia works I guess 😟.
If you still have pain and have tried all the common pain medicine and it hasn't helped whatsoever, please see a doctor! Bc that's the case of something inside is wrong. (Not necessarily a huge issue, it could just be allergies or something. But it's important to know. You don't want to go experiment on your own causing an issue to become more aggregated & cause you more pain.
(I study pharmaceuticals for school, my brother is anesthesiologist from U of M and my amazing sister, (in law, she's still my sister)! Is an ER doctor also from U of M).
If things like Tylenol or Advil help your pain then ant Excedrin should definitely help as well. If none do, go see someone (neurologist) would help most. (I went through myself finding nothing that helps. Now that the problem is solved we don't have to change the hormones in our body and cause more imbalance, hense more pain. So your body starts to work to heal itself again. 👍
& Advil, Motrin, both Ibueprofien, (NSAID), Aleve (NSAID) (Naproxen/Naprosyn).