I was recommended this product to help repair my hairs split ends and frizz and it was 100% for me. I didnt realize how poor of a condition my hair was in until I was using this product. I put it in wet hair and I swear it glued my split ends back together and refreshed my hair, bringing it back to life!!
So I got the Brilliant Brunette Visibly Deeper and Multi-Tone revealed as a three day sample and oh my god. I washed my hair one time with it and got 3 compliments on my hair in one day. I cant remember the last time my hair was complimented. So I went out and bought the actualy product. I cant express how rarely that happens, so it's a big yes for JF brilliant brunette in my opinion. It seems like it's got some sort of dye product in the shampoo, but my hair comes out so clean, soft, and light it's amazing.
I dye my hair dark brown usually in the winter because my hair color is a light brownish reddish dirty blond mess and it doesnt match my eyebrows. I like natural instincts because its fast and easy, and the semi-permanent dye washes out/fades fairly evenly so I dont get the roots effect of the dye.
SO YES. I have been using mugs instead of to-go cups for some time now. I've hated to go mugs because the lids get caked in god knows what and you can never get them clean. So gross. Yeti has come up with a solution to this with their magnetic lids so you can take the whole thing apart. Theres no small pieces it comes apart into two that you can wash and arent likely to lose that easily. AND you can buy a replacement lid. Very cool. It's a 20oz cup which to me is huge, but it fits in the cup holders so who cares! Okay theres one small problem with it being so big. My keurig makes a 12oz cup of coffee. Which is great. It's the perfect size as I know it's a large cup of coffee, even if it looks small in my yeti. So my hot chocolate when I mix it I tend to over water it. But that's small potatoes =P The LAST thing issue I have with it is that it's actually somehow really wide (but it fits in cup holders so that's awesome). I have small hands. But again, Yeti has come out with a solution to this: they sell attachable handles. Plus the whole thing is dishwasher safe. So it's a 5. I cant find fault with too much. It's a great investment =D
It's a neat concept, neat idea but it kind of just ends up being thick nail polish. I might recommend this type of polish to someone who has really brittle nails and needs all the help they can get to keep them from breaking.
I tried the coconut cream Larabar because it was one of the few that was Whole30 compliant. Surprisingly good! So I branched out and tried the peanut butter and chocolate chip in a box from Costco and I would definitely recommend as a tasty bar with limited ingredients! Peanut butter and chocolate chip isnt Whole30 compliant though =(