I do not use tampons often, but I still tried these out and while they worked well with little leaking, I can't give them more than a D. I don't trust scented tampons and feel that they are not good for women and no one should really ever use these. There is really no need for tampons to be scented and it's all just more "vaginas are gross and need to be controlled" propaganda.
I really do like the lip butters because they aren't too intense and come in some pretty awesome colors ( I have tutti frutti and it is a great spring/summer color). The only problem is that they wear off easily so these do require some major reapplying throughout the day. That can be a little annoying but I'm also not easily annoyed so it doesn't bother me too much. Overall if you're someone who likes everyday colors then I would totally check these out unless you are looking or something that is long wear. If you like bold vibrant colors these probably aren't for you.
Many disagree with me but honestly this is my favorite AC game. I don't care about endings of games most of the time. Maybe it's because most of them aren't that great, but I like to think it's because I'm more of a journey (not the game journey) person. I care about the experiences that I have whilst playing not how I felt when it ends. I care about connecting with characters and the emotional struggled they may or may not give me. This was the first AC game where I actually cared about the characters and the story actually through me for a loop at some points. Now gameplay there were a few glitches here and there but everything felt so fluid and the scenery was amazing so I honestly didn't care. As you could probably tell I will gladly sacrifice gameplay for story so if you're the opposite of that this probably won't be the most reliable review for you.
I will say it works slightly better than a normal hairbrush but it still has quite the pull on hair. I found that it only really detangled the surface of hair and there was still a bit of pull. All in all it's an obvious tangle teezer knock off that just doesn't beat it's predecessor. I'll stick to my wide tooth comb.
I'm always searching for the next great drugstore hair product so I guess you could say I'm a bit of a product junkie. This product just barely misses the mark. I received this product from Influenster in the Paradise Voxbox and on first impression I thought I was never ever going to use it. The smell from this little bottle is extremely strong and that was quite off putting to me. I ended up giving it a try and was pleasantly surprised by how much I actually liked the smell. It is way less overpowering in your hair and actually smells quite nice. It conditions quite well and works great as a sealant after a shower. On dry hair though I found it to not do much to my 3b-3c curls. My one major problem with this product was the ingredients. I try to stay away from silicons and this product had more silicone than actual argan oil and that was (for lack of a better word) kind of lame. Anyway I used this product for about a month and found that after that month my hair was a little drier than usual I'm still not sure exactly what the cause was but I recently stopped using the product to see if that would help. I might just need less moisture and more protein but I just thought I'd let you guys know. Anyway I'd say if your budget is kind of low and you don't mind silicons give it a shot! It's a nice alternative to the more expensive argan oil treatments.
There isn't much I can say about Bioshock that probably hasn't already been said, so I'll try and keep this short.
FIrst of all I don't like scary games. I become a nervous wreck while playing them and it's just not good. Bioshock is creepy, it is very creepy, but it's so great that I don't even care. The story is amazing, the visuals are amazing, the gameplay is amazing ( except having to switch back and forth between using vigors and guns, is a tad bit annoying). Bottom line if you like video games, you should play this game. It's a journey you have to experience for yourself.