So honestly if you're a serious nail painter and you enjoy quality, low toxin polish, then this subscription may be for you. Initially I thought the $24.99 monthly price was ridiculous (not saying it's not a little high), but if you consider that a bottle of OPI will set you back about $8, then buying 3 will put you at the same price roughly. Now, as for my personal experience, I signed up long enough to receive the first box for free. I got 3 polishes, a cuticle oil wand, and hand creme. The quality of the polish, in my opinion, lies within the ranks of the other salon quality brands. As for my dealings with customer service, I did not have any issues. I feel like they responded to me in a reasonable amount of time and handled my cancellation in a timely manner.
It was very tasty, especially the chocolate and vanilla. I usually do not like supplemental powders and such, but this was for sure an exception. The berry flavor wasn't really my thing though. As far as the nutrient content, I felt it was very appropriate as an after workout beverage, but definitely not enough nutrition to substitute a whole meal. Among things I did not like was that it's less of a shake and more of a drink. Like I was expecting it to be a little creamier, but it was soupy. The berry flavor had a funky aftertaste as well.
(I received this compliments of Influenster in my #GoVoxBox)
I will definitely be purchasing these (received this one compliments of Influenster)! They're pretty inexpensive, yet tasty and healthy. I had the honey apricot Greek corner one. I absolutely LOVE honey with anything and this was no different. The flavor wasn't too sweet or artificial tasting, and there was just enough to mix into the yogurt. The yogurt was creamy and just right. I have no complaints about this product.
These are great for me because when doing Vinyasa flow I tend to sweat a lot, and things get slippery. With these socks I don't find myself in a slip and slide on my mat. I do hate they're a bit small... I have really long feet and my toes sometimes get uncomfortable.
I went to Whole Foods for the first time yesterday because we don't have one in my hometown or college town. I had to drive 40 minutes to get to the nearest one, and I was sad to see that I couldn't afford like any of the food there. I understand what people are saying about health being priceless, but I was better off going to the market our agriculture students have on the other side of town or just getting the organic options Kroger offers. Honestly I appreciate there being a store that's eco and non-GMO friendly, but low income people want to eat healthy as well.
I love shopping sales at Target! Especially their plus size clothing selection. This is also the main place I get my natural hair products. I'm never disappointed with my finds at any Target store I visit or even online!
I've abandoned many shows over the years, and I have to say as long as this is on air and continuing with the momentum it's always had, I won't be ending my viewing of this show! I love that even when they bring in new people the dynamics don't get so shifted that you lose track of what's happening. Reed and Morgan are my favorite characters, and I will forever ship the idea of Morgan and Garcia being a thing! It'll happen one day, I just know it.
I started out very dedicated to this show, but this past season wasn't all that captivating in my opinion. Hopefully it will gain more momentum with the new season's arrival! I do love Annie and Auggie's dynamics as love interests though! I hope we get to explore that again this season as well.