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Review for Maybelline Baby SkinŽ Instant Pore EraserŽ - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
This makeup primer works pretty well, I have no issues with it. I have dry and sensitive skin, and it has not caused any dryness, or irritation. I like that it's pretty affordable for the amount you get too.
Review for Brach's Mellowcreme Pumpkins Candy - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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Sweet Tooth Expert Level 2
It seriously would not feel like fall If I didn't have a jar of these on my counter. I'm not a huge candy person, but these have been a season fave for as long as I can remember.
Review for Clairol Professional Keratin Rescue Conditioner Mini - 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
To start, this conditioner smells amazing, I notice the smell even hours after I've used it. It does seem to moisturize, and I noticed it seems to help my curls, and keeps them a little less frizzy in this humid weather. I received this for free to try as part of the Clairol vox box.
Review for Conair Instant Heat 1.25" Curling Iron - 2 months, 1 week ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
I had this thing forever, and in fact I bet I still have it in a drawer somewhere. I can almost guarantee it'll still work too, and I've had it for over 7 years. While it is not my favorite anymore, because I fell for a curling wand, it definitely always did its job, and it has always been reliable so I give it that.
Review for Goody Ouchless Ribbon Elastics - 2 months, 1 week ago
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Fashionista Expert Level 2
These are pretty decent hair ties, definitely not my favorite but they do their job for the most part. I feel like they kinda slide out of my hair too easily, but they don't pull my hair so that's a plus. They hold up for quite a long time, and they aren't too pricey either.
Review for Pantene Pro-V Repair & Protect Conditioner - 2 months, 1 week ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
I know some people rave about this shampoo, but I also hear the same " it's what I'm used to, so it's perfect".  You want damage repair? Color protection? body? Moisture? Use something like SheaMoisture, seriously, you'll wonder why you ever used any other products. On to my rant about this shampoo... It leaves build up, leaving your hair heavy and feeling dirty, you'll need to wash your hair much quicker. It is not sulfate free, this is the key, to really take care of your hair avoiding sulfates is a must. It pains me inside to see a "professional" recommend anything that includes sulfates as an ingredient. Sulfates will strip away natural oils from hair, and leave it dry. You think your hair is super clean because it's light weight? Nope. Hair should not be dry, overly frizzy, and static ridden after washing your hair. The oils in your hair become imbalanced, causing your hair to become either overly dry, or overly oily, this is not normal. I seriously recommend to anyone reading this, try something natural, made with real ingredients, and free of sulfates. I know people become loyal, and passive when they stick with a brand, but believe me, try something natural for a week or two, give your hair time to recuperate, it may feel overly oily at first but it will balance out, then try your old shampoo, i.e. this one, you will see the difference. I used to wonder why my hair was so damaged, unmanageable, dry yet oily. I had to wash it daily, and it would just get so tangled. My hair color would fade after a couple washes, I was fed up and did my research, and after experimenting I was highly satisfied with the results. My color lasts for weeks rather than days, and I only need to wash my hair 2-3 times a week, which also helps save my hair color. My hair is not nearly as oily as it used to be, and it feels so much healthier, despite the fact that I've bleached and colored it many times. I've used many cheap shampoos in my life, and many pricey types that say they're great, but once you've seen proof, you check every label to be safe.
Review for Suave Naturals Shine Conditioner Sun-Ripened Strawberry - 2 months, 1 week ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
Suave may be cheap, but cheap is definitely not always better, especially when it comes to your hair. You want damage repair? Color protection? body? Moisture? Use something like SheaMoisture, seriously, you'll wonder why you ever used any other products. On to my rant about this shampoo... It leaves build up, leaving your hair heavy and feeling dirty, you'll need to wash your hair much quicker. It is not sulfate free, this is the key, to really take care of your hair avoiding sulfates is a must. It pains me inside to see a "professional" recommend anything that includes sulfates as an ingredient. Sulfates will strip away natural oils from hair, and leave it dry. You think your hair is super clean because it's light weight? Nope. Hair should not be dry, overly frizzy, and static ridden after washing your hair. The oils in your hair become imbalanced, causing your hair to become either overly dry, or overly oily, this is not normal. I seriously recommend to anyone reading this, try something natural, made with real ingredients, and free of sulfates. I know people become loyal, and passive when they stick with a brand, but believe me, try something natural for a week or two, give your hair time to recuperate, it may feel overly oily at first but it will balance out, then try your old shampoo, i.e. this one, you will see the difference. I used to wonder why my hair was so damaged, unmanageable, dry yet oily. I had to wash it daily, and it would just get so tangled. My hair color would fade after a couple washes, I was fed up and did my research, and after experimenting I was highly satisfied with the results. My color lasts for weeks rather than days, and I only need to wash my hair 2-3 times a week, which also helps save my hair color. My hair is not nearly as oily as it used to be, and it feels so much healthier, despite the fact that I've bleached and colored it many times. I've used many cheap shampoos in my life, and many pricey types that say they're great, but once you've seen proof, you check every label to be safe.
Review for L'OrÊal Paris Hair Expert Total Repair 5 Restoring Conditioner - 2 months, 1 week ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
NO, no, no no, just no. I cannot stand this shampoo. If your hair is truly damaged look elsewhere, I don't feel like half the reviews are honest, or they at least don't know what good shampoo should do to hair. You want damage repair? Color protection? body? Moisture? Use something like SheaMoisture, seriously, you'll wonder why you ever used any other products. On to my rant about this shampoo... It leaves build up, leaving your hair heavy and feeling dirty, you'll need to wash your hair much quicker. It is not sulfate free, this is the key, to really take care of your hair avoiding sulfates is a must. It pains me inside to see a "professional" recommend anything that includes sulfates as an ingredient. Sulfates will strip away natural oils from hair, and leave it dry. You think your hair is super clean because it's light weight? Nope. Hair should not be dry, overly frizzy, and static ridden after washing your hair. The oils in your hair become imbalanced, causing your hair to become either overly dry, or overly oily, this is not normal. I seriously recommend to anyone reading this, try something natural, made with real ingredients, and free of sulfates. I know people become loyal, and passive when they stick with a brand, but believe me, try something natural for a week or two, give your hair time to recuperate, it may feel overly oily at first but it will balance out, then try your old shampoo, i.e. this one, you will see the difference. I used to wonder why my hair was so damaged, unmanageable, dry yet oily. I had to wash it daily, and it would just get so tangled. My hair color would fade after a couple washes, I was fed up and did my research, and after experimenting I was highly satisfied with the results. My color lasts for weeks rather than days, and I only need to wash my hair 2-3 times a week, which also helps save my hair color. My hair is not nearly as oily as it used to be, and it feels so much healthier, despite the fact that I've bleached and colored it many times. I've used many cheap shampoos in my life, and many pricey types that say they're great, but once you've seen proof, you check every label to be safe.
Review for AussieŽ Kids Bloomin' Apple Detangler - 2 months, 1 week ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
This is not bad but definitely not my favorite, I feel like it leaves my daughter's hair feeling more sticky than anything. It detangles decently, and it smells pretty good. For the price it's definitely not bad. Usually I really like Aussie products, but this one just kinda misses the mark unfortunately.
Review for Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Moist Deep Conditioner - 2 months, 1 week ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
This really isn't too bad if you're looking for an affordable deep treatment. It is not my favorite but it does its job. It has the typical smell you would get from an Aussie product, and one bottle can last for quite a while depending on how often you use it.
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