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Mandi U.
Review for Up & Up Jumbo Cotton Balls 100-pk. - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Such a great value. You get a ton and they are so dense and fluffy that one goes a long way when using them. I like to use these for applying my toner to my face.
Oily, Combination, Dry, Sensitive, Mature
Review for Younique Moodstruck Epic Mascara - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
Awful. Clumps, flakes, smudges, smears and makes my contact lens cloudy. Spider lashes are not cute. I have a few friends who have sold Younique and everything I have tried by them has been trash. The mascara is trash, the fiber lash trash, all of it. It all carries a prestige price tag and definitely is not worth it compared to others like Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara - or- tarte mascara Lights, Camera, Lashes!, Black 1 ea - or- Benefit Cosmetics They're Real! Mascara (BLACK) Full Size - or- Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash Curling Mascara —all much better alternatives, with Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara being my favorite. Save your time, money and frustration with Younique and just purchase a quality mascara from Ulta or Sephora. (plus, you don't have to worry about Ulta or Sephora nagging you to join their team 😂)

Most of the people leaving positive reviews are people who sell it, so of course they will say how awesome it is.

I'd also like to point out how awesome Influenster is for the photos section of products. Use them! Please check out the attached photos for this product and you will see what I mean. (photos on the ones I suggested might also help, as those are all in this same price range)

Lastly, I'm not sure where the idea of "I sell Younique, I'm a make up artist" came from, but their presenters have some of the worst make up skills I've ever seen. Slinging overpriced makeup and getting friends to buy into your team does not make you a MUA. I feel like the company should invest more time in training their presenters basic make up application, because who wants to buy expensive make up from people who literally look like clowns (in most cases)?


I have nothing against MLM, I love a lot of the MLM products; lipsense, Lime Life, Jamberry, etc. I just have never tried a younique product that I didn't hate. (and I've tried a few things because I've bought from friends because of guilt)
Fair
Blue
Thin, Short, Straight
Review for Lipsense Glossy Gloss - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
Disclaimer: I've never sold lipsense (or any other MLM product, for that matter), nor do I have any desire to sell it. This is a totally non-biased review from a customer who just loves the product.

That said, I absolutely LOVE Lipsense. The glossy gloss is super hydrating and I also occasionally wear it without the color under it. It's super shiny. A good consistency. Not sticky and not too thick. I don't feel like my lips stick together with it on. Lipsense truly is a great product that lasts a long time.
Review for Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
When I have a serious chocolate craving, nothing quite hits the spot like an original Hershey bar. Hersheys makes the creamiest, smoothest, rich, best tasting milk chocolate. These are so good! 😍🍫
No Special Diet
Review for Seneca Apple Chips Crispy Original - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Foodie Expert Level 1
I'm obsessed with the Seneca fruit chips. I've tried them all, except for the sweet potato version. My absolute favorite is golden delicious flavor, in the yellow bag. It has a light sweet flavor. Next, I like the original, which is a crisp true apple flavor. Then, I like the cinnamon, which similar to the original, but has a dusting of cinnamon. The next flavor I like are the pear chips, which are actually similar to the apple chips, but seem a bit chewier (if a crunchy chip can be chewy? They're just kind of more dense) My least favorite is the granny smith version, which are a bit more sour. I like them, but I prefer the other flavors.

All of the flavors are similar in texture, but the pear are a bit more dense. They're super crunchy and somewhat healthy compared to other types of chips. I think they are cut to the perfect thickness. I have been buying these since they first came out and I feel like the quality has improved quite a lot. In the past, I found a lot of stems, cores and even seeds in the bags, but I haven't noticed that lately.

Another benefit is that they are gluten free! They all seems to have similar nutrition information. Each bag is 2.5 ounces and has about 2.5 servings. The serving size is 1oz. The golden, original, and pear are all 140 calories per serving; the granny smith are 150 calories. The golden and original have 7 grams of fat, the granny smith have 9g fat and the pear 6g fat per serving. The pear also have sunflower oil listed on the ingredients before canola, unlike the apple chips which list the canola before the sunflower oil. Even though they are made with oils, they do not seem oily at all. The original and golden have 30% of daily vitamin C per serving (75% of daily vitamin C per bag!) The granny smith has a little less, at 25% of vitamin C per serving, and pear only had 10% of vitamin C per serving.

If you are looking for the lowest cal/fat of them, I would suggest the pear chips. For flavor and vitamin C content, I would recommend the golden delicious or original.

Lastly, I'm pretty sure these are what Panara uses on their apple salad. I think crunching these up and adding to a salad with a fruity dressing would be delicious!

*if you found this review helpful, please ♥ it. Thank you!
No Special Diet
Review for Seneca Crispy Apple Chips Granny Smith - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Foodie Expert Level 1
I'm obsessed with the Seneca fruit chips. I've tried them all, except for the sweet potato version. My absolute favorite is golden delicious flavor, in the yellow bag. It has a light sweet flavor. Next, I like the original, which is a crisp true apple flavor. Then, I like the cinnamon, which similar to the original, but has a dusting of cinnamon. The next flavor I like are the pear chips, which are actually similar to the apple chips, but seem a bit chewier (if a crunchy chip can be chewy? They're just kind of more dense) My least favorite is the granny smith version, which are a bit more sour. I like them, but I prefer the other flavors.

All of the flavors are similar in texture, but the pear are a bit more dense. They're super crunchy and somewhat healthy compared to other types of chips. I think they are cut to the perfect thickness. I have been buying these since they first came out and I feel like the quality has improved quite a lot. In the past, I found a lot of stems, cores and even seeds in the bags, but I haven't noticed that lately.

Another benefit is that they are gluten free! They all seems to have similar nutrition information. Each bag is 2.5 ounces and has about 2.5 servings. The serving size is 1oz. The golden, original, and pear are all 140 calories per serving; the granny smith are 150 calories. The golden and original have 7 grams of fat, the granny smith have 9g fat and the pear 6g fat per serving. The pear also have sunflower oil listed on the ingredients before canola, unlike the apple chips which list the canola before the sunflower oil. Even though they are made with oils, they do not seem oily at all. The original and golden have 30% of daily vitamin C per serving (75% of daily vitamin C per bag!) The granny smith has a little less, at 25% of vitamin C per serving, and pear only had 10% of vitamin C per serving.

If you are looking for the lowest cal/fat of them, I would suggest the pear chips. For flavor and vitamin C content, I would recommend the golden delicious or original.

Lastly, I'm pretty sure these are what Panara uses on their apple salad. I think crunching these up and adding to a salad with a fruity dressing would be delicious!

*if you found this review helpful, please ♥ it. Thank you!
No Special Diet
Review for Seneca® Crispy Original Pear Chips 2.5 oz. Bag - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Foodie Expert Level 1
I'm obsessed with the Seneca fruit chips. I've tried them all, except for the sweet potato version. My absolute favorite is golden delicious flavor, in the yellow bag. It has a light sweet flavor. Next, I like the original, which is a crisp true apple flavor. Then, I like the cinnamon, which similar to the original, but has a dusting of cinnamon. The next flavor I like are the pear chips, which are actually similar to the apple chips, but seem a bit chewier (if a crunchy chip can be chewy? They're just kind of more dense) My least favorite is the granny smith version, which are a bit more sour. I like them, but I prefer the other flavors.

All of the flavors are similar in texture, but the pear are a bit more dense. They're super crunchy and somewhat healthy compared to other types of chips. I think they are cut to the perfect thickness. I have been buying these since they first came out and I feel like the quality has improved quite a lot. In the past, I found a lot of stems, cores and even seeds in the bags, but I haven't noticed that lately.

Another benefit is that they are gluten free! They all seems to have similar nutrition information. Each bag is 2.5 ounces and has about 2.5 servings. The serving size is 1oz. The golden, original, and pear are all 140 calories per serving; the granny smith are 150 calories. The golden and original have 7 grams of fat, the granny smith have 9g fat and the pear 6g fat per serving. The pear also have sunflower oil listed on the ingredients before canola, unlike the apple chips which list the canola before the sunflower oil. Even though they are made with oils, they do not seem oily at all. The original and golden have 30% of daily vitamin C per serving (75% of daily vitamin C per bag!) The granny smith has a little less, at 25% of vitamin C per serving, and pear only had 10% of vitamin C per serving.

If you are looking for the lowest cal/fat of them, I would suggest the pear chips. For flavor and vitamin C content, I would recommend the golden delicious or original.

Lastly, I'm pretty sure these are what Panara uses on their apple salad. I think crunching these up and adding to a salad with a fruity dressing would be delicious!

*if you found this review helpful, please ♥ it. Thank you!
No Special Diet
Review for Seneca Crispy Apple Chips Cinnamon - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Foodie Expert Level 1
I'm obsessed with the Seneca fruit chips. I've tried them all, except for the sweet potato version. My absolute favorite is golden delicious flavor, in the yellow bag. It has a light sweet flavor. Next, I like the original, which is a crisp true apple flavor. Then, I like the cinnamon, which similar to the original, but has a dusting of cinnamon. The next flavor I like are the pear chips, which are actually similar to the apple chips, but seem a bit chewier (if a crunchy chip can be chewy? They're just kind of more dense) My least favorite is the granny smith version, which are a bit more sour. I like them, but I prefer the other flavors.

All of the flavors are similar in texture, but the pear are a bit more dense. They're super crunchy and somewhat healthy compared to other types of chips. I think they are cut to the perfect thickness. I have been buying these since they first came out and I feel like the quality has improved quite a lot. In the past, I found a lot of stems, cores and even seeds in the bags, but I haven't noticed that lately.

Another benefit is that they are gluten free! They all seems to have similar nutrition information. Each bag is 2.5 ounces and has about 2.5 servings. The serving size is 1oz. The golden, original, and pear are all 140 calories per serving; the granny smith are 150 calories. The golden and original have 7 grams of fat, the granny smith have 9g fat and the pear 6g fat per serving. The pear also have sunflower oil listed on the ingredients before canola, unlike the apple chips which list the canola before the sunflower oil. Even though they are made with oils, they do not seem oily at all. The original and golden have 30% of daily vitamin C per serving (75% of daily vitamin C per bag!) The granny smith has a little less, at 25% of vitamin C per serving, and pear only had 10% of vitamin C per serving.

If you are looking for the lowest cal/fat of them, I would suggest the pear chips. For flavor and vitamin C content, I would recommend the golden delicious or original.

Lastly, I'm pretty sure these are what Panara uses on their apple salad. I think crunching these up and adding to a salad with a fruity dressing would be delicious!

*if you found this review helpful, please ♥ it. Thank you!
No Special Diet
Review for Seneca Crispy Apple Chips Golden Delicious - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Foodie Expert Level 1
Review for: Apple Chips 2.5 oz more...
I'm obsessed with the Seneca fruit chips. I've tried them all, except for the sweet potato version. My absolute favorite is golden delicious flavor, in the yellow bag. It has a light sweet flavor. Next, I like the original, which is a crisp true apple flavor. Then, I like the cinnamon, which similar to the original, but has a dusting of cinnamon. The next flavor I like are the pear chips, which are actually similar to the apple chips, but seem a bit chewier (if a crunchy chip can be chewy? They're just kind of more dense) My least favorite is the granny smith version, which are a bit more sour. I like them, but I prefer the other flavors.

All of the flavors are similar in texture, but the pear are a bit more dense. They're super crunchy and somewhat healthy compared to other types of chips. I think they are cut to the perfect thickness. I have been buying these since they first came out and I feel like the quality has improved quite a lot. In the past, I found a lot of stems, cores and even seeds in the bags, but I haven't noticed that lately.

Another benefit is that they are gluten free! They all seems to have similar nutrition information. Each bag is 2.5 ounces and has about 2.5 servings. The serving size is 1oz. The golden, original, and pear are all 140 calories per serving; the granny smith are 150 calories. The golden and original have 7 grams of fat, the granny smith have 9g fat and the pear 6g fat per serving. The pear also have sunflower oil listed on the ingredients before canola, unlike the apple chips which list the canola before the sunflower oil. Even though they are made with oils, they do not seem oily at all. The original and golden have 30% of daily vitamin C per serving (75% of daily vitamin C per bag!) The granny smith has a little less, at 25% of vitamin C per serving, and pear only had 10% of vitamin C per serving.

If you are looking for the lowest cal/fat of them, I would suggest the pear chips. For flavor and vitamin C content, I would recommend the golden delicious or original.

Lastly, I'm pretty sure these are what Panara uses on their apple salad. I think crunching these up and adding to a salad with a fruity dressing would be delicious!

*if you found this review helpful, please ♥ it. Thank you!
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