Really great product easy to apply and no fuss. But the reason i didn't give it 5 stars was because it's not 100% waterproof, it's very very close but doesn't last all day. I applied in the morning, by the afternoon, i already see smudges, maybe it works better on a non-oily person. Overall, i really still love it but maybe not in a hot summer day when it tend to be easily melted and am more oily.
Ah, this is my favorite mascara now. The product works well at lifting lashes and making lashes full. One of my eyelids has lash thinness. I don't know if this is an age problem, but it's frustrating to have full lashes on only one eye. This mascara is the only one I've found that fixes the problem. Mascara doesn't give me raccoon eyes at end of day either. Highly recommended!
These colors are so beautiful. Will look radiant on any skin tone. Like most eye shadows it is best to use a primer that way you can get a deep dark pigment. You an still use it without one, but the colors aren't as pigmented but still give a tinted beautiful glow to your eyes. Very esy to apply except i use a different brush not the one it came with. And the guide on the back is great for beginners who aren't sure what colors go best with each other.
PROS: 1. Wonderful selection of shades 2. Great color payoff (for most shades) and applies well. 3. Comes with a double ended shadow brush. 4.Comes with a generous mirror. 5. Wonderful and unique packaging! 6. Comes with four primer samples (UD primer potion).
CONS: 1. A couple of shades need to be packed on because they lack pigmentation. 2. Very expensive for a palette with 12 shadows only. 3. Noticed some fall out. 4. Some shades feel chalky. Need to tap off brush. 5. Shadows crease a bit even with primer on but that must be because I have oily lids and live in the tropics!
I use it on my hair. That's eigth. My hair. I have been using it since way back in the day and it works wonderfully well !! Like after i wash it, get about a gob about the size of a dime and goop in to my palms abd then rub it in. It gives body and adds a nice shine, as well as good hold. It's a great product and live it!!
No disappointments here! This laptop was above and beyond what I had anticipated...really just wanted space for songs...the price was right...it's fast, sleek, has many extra features, and is sure to provide good use for years to come! ( well, until they phase out Windows 7)..then I'll switch to Win 10...no problem. I recommend this laptop...I like the 3 usb ports, ( one of them is a usb 3.0). Hope this helps someone...I usually do about 4-5 various comparisons before I get something. This is a good laptop!
I am not an audiophile, more just a day-to-day user, but these headphones are well-made, light, the microphone is very sensitive, and they're long-term-comfortable when wearing during travel. They've been all over the world with me and have made thousands of travel miles a little bit better.
I've been scouring the net for over a year now looking for any and everything that would comfortably fit my Dell XPS M1730 which is a monster of a laptop. The Dell bag that is offered is far from flattering and left a lot to be desired. I went through a Kensington and Sharper Image rolling case that couldn't actually fit the computer in the protective sleeve but still offered a decent solution by just placing the laptop in that section of the bag. Well, after buying this bag I can comfortably say I will NEVER buy a rolling laptop bag every again. This not only has plenty of room for my laptop in it's specified area but also the massive power brick. It has a multitude of pockets and zippered pouches to put plenty of stuff in.
Because it isn't ideally suited for business travel (although that's what I use it for) everything inside is cloth pockets except for the back compartment that could probably fit 3 beers and ice with the lining it provides. But the cloth is actually a positive because this is the lowest profile backpack I have ever seen anywhere. I just took my first business trip with it and two people on the plane commented on how low profile it was and how sharp it looked even with the crazy pattern. It even comes with a smart phone holder on one of the straps.
It is also extremely comfortable to wear and your back doesn't get sweaty like a bunch of other backpacks probably do.
Overall this was the best money I've spent on a computer bag and I highly recommend if you have a monster laptop or just want a really cool bag then you consider this one. Everything is high quality from the zippers to the cloth inside. I think this will hold up for years.
BTW, the one I ordered was for the 17", they do have a model for 15" but this isn't it. This bag is highly worth it.
This is a terrible keyboard, quality wise - don't waste your money. I bought one, but it started having non-functioning keys after about 2 weeks. I returned it with no hassle and took a chance that it was just a fluke problem. I exchanged it for a new one. Just after the 1 month free return time table, this one started putting random asterisks everywhere and sometimes thousands of them when you click the cursor somewhere to type. Unfortunately, I can't return this one. The ONLY thing this keyboard has going for it is that the keys are easy to see. However, they are too close together for accurate typing. So, the idea is a good one, but this is just terrible implementation with unacceptable quality.
I've had this camera for nearly 2 years now. And after that time, I can only give it a mixed review. So on this camera, you basically have a small shirt pocket camera with an Auto mode, and something called Live mode which allows you to pick other settings. Naturally, most people just gravitate to the Auto mode since manipulating the Live Mode settings is not really intuitive via the push button camera controls. These other settings really needed a dial to access vs. push buttons and scrolling. Unfortunately, Auto takes fairly lackluster photos. The colors seem muted. And in auto mode, it shows you a picture of what camera mode is being utilized. All too often in my case, it seemed to pick the wrong mode. For instance, shooting a static picture of some bushes yet it wanted to pick object in motion mode. That kind of thing. In Live mode, it seems to do better, which is also fairly automatic if you let it be. The specific scene modes you can choose from range anywhere from useful to useless. Toy Camera or Minature modes? I don't see why anyone would want to use those modes. On the other hand low light, portrait, snow, vivid and firework modes all seem quite useful. What I found useful was just staying on Live mode and adjusting the image scales to have my pictures be a little bit more vivid, but not full on super vivid. It is quick to fire up and reasonably quick to take a second and 3rd picture. Image stabilization seems to be OK, not great, but OK.