I've been dying my hair for years. So I've tried many different brands and colors. I was excited to try the Garnier Olia for the first time. I have hair that is almost down to my waist and the free kit I got for testing wasn't going to color it all so had to buy a second box to make sure there was enough (which is normal I need two boxes in every brand). The kit is pretty standard color, developer, conditioner, instructions, gloves. So I set about setting everything up like I normally do then put on the gloves which are a joke. Not saying other brands have better gloves but these were so large it made it difficult to open anything. Shook up the mixture and did like how there wasn't any harsh smells that make your eyes water or nose sting. After dying as much hair as I could with the first bottle I did a quick look over on the bathroom (my normal quick cleanup time to wipe up any drips or splatters) and was surprised that besides a little I got on my ear the rest of the room was clean. Finished dying my hair and still had a little product leftover which is unusual since I always use every bit of two bottles. It rinsed out well. The only joke is the amount of conditioner you get in those little bottles. Plus the bottle itself is hard to get anything out of. At least put the miniscule amount of conditioner in a squeeze tube so you can get it all out. Dried my hair and the color is nice, hair is soft although not as soft as my hair normally is but also doesn't feel dried out like straw. I'd say that the product itself is pretty average what makes it nice is the process which was much cleaner and pleasant smelling. If other hair dyes bother you because of the smell or they were too harsh on your skin this would be worth trying. I'd probably purchase it again depending on how well it wears in between dyes. (Will try to update if it changes between dyes) I did receive product for free from Influenster for testing purposes but all opinions are my own.
LOVE sour cream and cheddar chips! Doesnt hurt that my husband refuses to eat sour cream so I only have to share with the kiddos. They're great for BBQ's and are always a hit with my family. I like the ruffle chips better with dip and these do the job great
Of all the flavors of doritos I still find that I like these the best. When I buy these I know that I won't have to share since my husband prefers the cool ranch. These are just cheesy goodness that you can never go wrong with. Also go pretty good in taco salad in case you want to try it!
There is something about sun chips that are unique they're like a cross between chip and cracker. I like the other flavors but there's just something about the original that makes it my favorite. My mom turned me onto these years ago and they are what I always buy when we're having a party.
When I crave yogurt which I really shouldn't due to lactose issues this seems to be the one I want. It's nice and creamy and raspberries are my favorite berry. Yoplait is one of the only brands of yogurt I can eat and like almost every flavor. I think this one is the best out of all of them!
After adopting a dog we discovered she had fleas. Had to bug bomb the house more than once to make sure they were completely gone. These worked well and didn't leave any stains or mess behind (you still need to clean off some things before using!). On the plus side I have had hardly any bugs in the house this summer which has been nice and I bug bombed the house in the fall.
Tried these thinking they would be easier to apply to a squirming toddler who wouldn't stand still for regular bug spray. However I didn't find that these kept mosquitoes away like a spray would. They were easy to use and they didn't smell too bad but didn't keep mosquitos at bay.
Sorry wasps and bees I have no love for you on my house! This spray reached the hives that other sprays couldn't reach and got rid of them. It's kept them away all summer and now I can sleep safe knowing they aren't in my house anymore. In case you were wondering and before you start getting mad I kill bees my husband and daughter are highly allergic to bee stings and as long as the bees aren't on/in my house I could care less but when I find bees and wasps in my house they gotta go!
I wanted an air fresher that didn't need to be plugged in while the baby is crawling since I didn't want to risk her pulling on a wax warmer cord or plug in style due to all of our outlets being by the baseboards. This smelled OK for a little while but didn't last very long before I couldn't smell anything and the scent of poopie diapers returned.....I guess our house shall remain smelly until she gets older or is potty trained until then the quest continues