This is a good margarine. It has a good taste and it lasts a decent amount of time. I almost always use this instead of butter. Only certain recipes will get me to actually use stick butter. The price isn’t too bad but again I generally wait until it’s on sale or I have coupons.
We had a really dry winter and I had some health issues that had my hair really thin. I used this with a redken color protect shampoo for three months and my hair got thicker and was a lot healthier and more hydrated. I was only washing my hair about every three days to help keep some natural oils in it too. I had bleached hair, but the medical things were the biggest issues. I bough this from my hairstylist that suggested it so it was like $20. That’s not too bad considering how long it lasts and how well it conditions. I would definitely suggest it if you need to put moisture back in your hair. I think you can probably get this cheaper at Sephora or Ulta on sale or something but I also like supporting my local hairstylist too.
I initially hated this but after using it a bit longer I don’t mind it. It smells really good and doesn’t leave any white cast whatsoever. It doesn’t get as much of the oil out of my hair as I would like so I normally combine it with the not your mothered dry shampoo. It’s decent but I definitely wouldn’t want to pay full price for it. It’s too expensive for what it does. I wasn’t that impressed with anything other than the smell. It does smell really good.
Straight, Fine, Thin, Color Treated
Color Protection, Damage, Dry Scalp, Volume, Split Ends, Brittleness, Hair Loss
The price is nice. I like paying $12 for a foundation. I like the formula. It has a nice matte finish and it’s lasts for a good 3/4 of the day. 6 hours give or take. By the end of the day I was oily again but it was pretty hot too. I hated the color though. They didn’t have 099 as an option on this app, but it is the lightest shade and it’s incredibly orange. If I wear this alone I feel like Donald trump. My coworker didn’t notice but I did. I felt aweful all day. I have the N0.5 from their True Match foundation and it is my perfect shade. I want them to open up the shade range on this foundation too. I did mix this with the N0.5 foundation I have and using my Luxie Pro air foundation brush I was able to get a decent look from it. Definitely can’t use it alone though. I’m guessing that their deep shades leave something to be desired too but I can’t speak for them. I will say that this foundation does dry out your skin a bit so if you have dry or combo skin this may cause you issues. I do absolutely love love love that this foundation has a safety seal on it. People at Walmart and drugstores will open whatever they feel like and put their germs hands on it. Having a safety seal peak up at you when you take the cap off is a huge blessing. The pictures in the orange jacket is the foundation alone. The pictures in the purple and the black are the mix of the true match and the infallible.
Acne, Blackheads, Large Pores, Redness, Uneven Skin Tone
I’ve never come across an international delight creamer that I didn’t like. This taste like pumpkin pie. I love it but if your not a pumpkin fan this is most likely not for you. It’s generally not too bad as far as price goes, but it also frequently goes on sale at my local Dillion’s so I generally tend to wait until I see it on sale. If your a pumpkin spice and fall type of person this is so for you. I will say it does have a lot of calories and a lot of sugar in it. I’ve had to cut out creamers like this from my diet for the most part.
I loved this stuff as a kid. I used to get it at our local pool all the time it would always turn your tongue a weird color. It tastes pretty good of course, since it’s pretty much pure sugar. These are a great treat and they would be great as stocking stuffers. I really don’t recommend them for travel though. I feel like you’ve got a pretty good chance of that powder ending up all over your car seats since you eat it by licking the stick and putting it in the powder and then licking the powder off the sugar stick.
I really enjoy using the swiffer system on hard floors. I feel like it’s easy, convenient, and efficient to use. I feel like it gets your floors quite a bit cleaner than other methods too. I will generally wait to purchase the pads until they are on sale or I will get the generic brand. I just don’t see any difference in the performance of the name brand and the generic pads and cloths. I wish they were a little less expensive. It would also be nice if they came out with some reusable washable cloths that you could just throw in the washer instead of throwing away.
I really like my swifter for hard flooring surfaces. It’s really easy to use and it’s pretty efficient. I will generally sweep to get any big chunks and then use the swifter for dust and follow up with the wet jet. I like how well the cloths grab hair, dust, and dirt. It makes me feel like I’m actually getting my floors clean. I tend to find them to be a little more expensive than I want, so I generally buy the generic version or wait for them to be on a good sale. I don’t see any performance differences between the name brand and the generic cloths.
I really enjoy using my swifter wetjet on hard flooring surfaces. It is really efficient and convenient for me to use and I feel like it cleans way better than a mop. I also like that the wetjet liquid always smells good in addition to helping get funk off the floors. I don’t believe I’ve seen a generic version of the liquid. If I do bind a generic version I would probably get that instead of the swifter name brand. The name brand tends to be a little more expensive than I want to spend on that particular product. I like to pick it up when it’s on sale or I have a coupon on ibotta or something.