I love this dry shampoo! You do need to be careful, it can leave white residue behind. My advice is to spray it where you need it, do something else (i.e., brush your teeth, wash your face, etc.) and then go back and brush it out. Using it this way will give it time to absorb the oil and the white will fade away.If you work it into your hair, the white residue won't be an issue. I like to use as a texturizing and volumizing product, too.
This product is terrible. It isn't even a BB cream- it's a tinted moisturizer (and there is a big difference between the two!) It provided very little coverage, made my oily skin look even oilier, and broke me out. I tried to use it (because it was kind of pricey for the drugstore) but eventually tossed it. Save your money.
This popcorn is my absolute favorite! It is expensive, but it is worth it. It doesn't contain all the nasty chemicals that regular popcorn bags contain. What you do is you pop the paper bag of popcorn and then add the oil, and then add the seasonings. Give the bag a big shake, pour into a bowl and enjoy! The parmesan and rosemary give the popcorn a tangy, savory flavor that is so much better than the traditional butter and salt variety.
This eye primer is only a dollar or two, but it makes a huge difference in my daily makeup routine. It isn't comparable to higher-end brands like Urban Decay or Too-Faced, but it is a great primer for people new to makeup or on a budget. It is easy to apply, and I love that the formula is thick and the wand has a doe-foot applicator. I would recommend this to a friend.
It works, but it isn't the most effective acne spot treatment out there. I love that it is a liquid because it is easy to apply and dries without making putting on makeup difficult (it doesn't flake off or leave a white spot on my skin).
These little yogurt cups are amazing! This flavor is decadent enough to be eaten as dessert rather than breakfast. I love greek yogurt and would recommend this yogurt to people who find plain greek yogurt to be too bitter or tart.