I eat pasta and sides when I am broke. It is pretty tasty. They are on average $2. You can add real chicken or mushrooms or real broccoli to make it taste less cheap. It is another handy item to keep available
These were only $1. They are easy enough to make in the microwave or the stove. You can easily add bacon or cheese or additional spices. They aren’t exactly healthy but you can keep them in hand at any time.
This is an okay nail clipper. I will clip your finger nails and not your toe nails. It is too small for that. It is cute to keep in like your purse though. It is fairly affordable and cute enough to gift as well
This is a pretty solid buffer. It’s pretty cheap and it does its job. I wouldn’t trust it very long though. It is not high quality and wears out easily. It would be good for like putting in goody bags or a girls’ night where you have to buy a bunch
I like using the Essie line, especially buying it at cvs where you can earn rewards for buying it! This is a pretty solid base coat that doesn’t peel easy. However it is a little more expensive than some
These are one of my all time favorite products. As I try to become more eco friendly, I stopped using makeup wipes daily but I still LOVE these. They are the most gentle way to remove water proof makeup.
I gave this a 4 instead of a 5 because it is SO thick. It is definitely a good thing but a little goes such a long way. That being said, I am a Caucasian blonde. Depending on your hair and texture, you may have a different experience.
This is a pretty good product. It’s not the best product on the market, but it’s the best product you can get for $3. Personally I love to use it as a daily conditioner and wash as much out as I please.
These are a kitchen staple in my home! They melt so well when used in grilled cheese or a burger. They are affordable and do not taste like plastic like some alternatives do. For me, it’s worth the extra money to buy these