I bought a bottle of this several years ago, like 5 or 6 years ago probably, and I've been in love with it ever since. It's such a warm citrus scent with just a bit of a spicy note. The formula is creamy and soft just as B&BW is known for.
My suggestion would be to buy it in the larger glass bottle with the pump and refill it. It's very convenient.
I've tried a few different dry shampoos now, some higher end, some drug store...this is, by far, the best I've found.
Like most people, I don't wash my hair every single day, you really shouldn't. But I do tend to have a flaky yet oily scalp. This stuff not only takes care of that and leaves your hair feeling fresh and clean but it extends the life of your style.
My one tiny warning would be to not use too much of it at once, in one spot, especially on darker hair, because it WILL leave a strange white cast. However, it is rather easy to fix if this happens.
Dry, Normal, Oily, Wavy, Thin
Dandruff, Damage, Dry Scalp, Dryness, Straightening, Volume, Hair Loss
I generally enjoy La Croix water. I've had several of the flavors at this point, my favorite being the coconut...but I feel like that may be the most popular flavor from what I've seen at least.
This one...was disgusting. I started drinking these in order to cut down on sugar but, with this flavor, I have never wanted sugar more. I would love to have JUST cucumber but with the blackberry it was just not for me.
These were a huge letdown for me. I bought them specifically for the water line...well, they aren't waterproof by any means and they don't last long at all neither on the water line nor the lips. I left a similar review elsewhere and the company actually responded and told me they weren't recommended for the water line...so, you're gonna tell me that a "multi-use" pencil meant for EYELINER, eyeshadow and lipstick can't be used on the water line? And nowhere does the company state this in any description.
All that aside, many of these are really very pigmented but many of them aren't at all...the shade "Vivid" is anything but. They pull A LOT, they aren't smooth in the least and in order for them to feel comfortable on the lips, you have to use a gloss or a balm first because none of these pencils apply smoothly to the skin.
I think, for the price, you could do much worse but if you have the extra cash, I would seek a better quality option. These have put me off to trying other products from the brand as well, that's a shame.
This is one of the first things that popped into my head when I started reviewing products. I HAD to come here and put my two cents in.
This has been my absolute favorite chocolate confection for many years now. I used to get them all the time but now they're reserved for a giant box every year at Christmas. I HAVE to limit myself or I'll end up weighing 500 lbs. because of these things.
There's just something about the texture that's created when the smooth chocolate and the hazelnut cream mix together with the crunchy wafer...whew. If you've never had them, shame on you...no, really, SHAME.
So, over the years, this cologne has become sort of like my signature scent. I've had others but I ALWAYS seem to come back to this one. There's just something about it that is so fresh and smooth and just a littl spicy. It isn't too strong but it isn't subtle enough so you can't tell I'm wearing it. It just seems to work really well with my body chemistry.
I've found a few other colognes lately that I really enjoy but I think this will forever be "my" scent.
Super, super gorgeous palette as only ABH can create. You get 14 very high quality, very pigmented shades in the traditional ABH packaging. Sleek, thin, and covered in soft suede.
Just like past ABH palettes, the moment I saw this, I knew I had to have it. The color story here is so gorgeous. You have great transitions like Tempera, Burnt Orange and Rustic...they're part of a really nice selection of more neutral shadows of which there are several. There's a super true black shade with Noir and a truly gorgeous deep burgundy shade with Mulberry. And the shimmers like Sultry, Bronze and Glistening are to die for.
I found them all to be rather smooth, some more so than others but they all seem to be rather consistent in formula. I also had very little fallout with most of the shadows...
Get it, you'll love it, it's great for every day as well as going out. Highly recommend!
This was the first full brush set that I ever owned. I'd had random ones from different brands before that. But these are so gorgeous. The blush gold color is so elegant and the bag they come in is beautiful and soft and very handy.
The bristles are very, very soft yet very strong and I've experienced no shedding with them at all. You get every type of brush you could need...well, except for a thin, angled liner brush, but that's my own issue.
I think, for this price point, they were around $25 when I purchased them, you really can't do much better. Especially seeing as you get 15 brushes for that. Highly, highly recommended as an affordable option.
If you want to be SO blindingly sparkly that you can be seen from space...you NEED this palette.
It is SO gorgeous. BH has a way of making glitter shadows without them feeling too chunky, which is very nice. You get 12 matte shades and 12 shimmer shades, for a total of...yes, 24 shades. Plus a rather large highlighter in the middle of the palette.
Lets get to why I knocked a couple stars off. I have a few little gripes. The shades, at least the matte shades, seem very random. At least to me. I had an issue with not having a good transition, there IS a lighter pink shade but it wasn't quite what I usually reach for. You get some strange shades, like an olive green, a khaki shade, a terra cotta shade, some random browns and 4 different shades of purple for some reason. Don't get me wrong, they're mostly pretty gorgeous but they feel very incoherent, I found it a little difficult to put a great look together at first. Plus, there is a TON of fallout with this palette. I mean, it is MESSY and so pointless to clean because there's going to be glitter everywhere the next time you use it. It's a crazy amount of mess, let me tell you.
Also, and this is may be a bit silly to most, but the shades don't really match up to the signs. For example, Aries is a blue shimmer with a black matte...Aries would typically be rouge or red. Heh...I'm just sayin'! It feels kinda thrown together without a lot of thought when it comes to the theme.
Now that my negatives are out of the way...these shimmery, glittery shadows are amazing. They are truly, blindingly beautiful. You get a red, you get a blue, a green, a copper, a gold, a really striking silver and they are all in really gorgeous, deeply pigmented gem tones. Aquarius, which is my own sign, is the only true duochrome...it has a gold/green shift. And my personal favorite shade here is Cancer. It's a really pretty slate blue/gunmetal shade with different colored glitter throughout...it's a great example of galaxy shade. Plus, we can't forget the highlighter which is a very bright, white/gold shimmer, it's amazing.
So, several negatives, several positives...the fallout doesn't bother me as much because the shimmers ARE so truly gorgeous, I can work through the mess, I'm happy to, it's worth it. I think the good points mostly outweigh the bad and, at this price point, you really can't go wrong.