I have tried dry shampoo in the past and have never really been impressed. This dry shampoo converted me! In my opinion, it's particularly ideal for refreshing hair for a ponytail or up-do of some sort-- I don't always feel like it makes my hair look good enough to wear it down, but it definitely extends time between washes. Highly recommend.
I flew Delta for the first time in a long time last weekend, and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. The fare was fairly comparable to other airlines (I searched expedia and other websites and booked the cheapest), a little bit less which is how I ended up on Delta (I tend to fly AA to keep my miles all in the same group). Both of my flights were delayed slightly which wasn't great, but the staff was very professional and got us boarded quickly and we hardly arrived behind schedule. My second bag wouldn't fit on the smaller regional jet and I liked that they had plane side return as opposed to having to pick up the bag at baggage claim. I'm not sure if this is standard, but we also were served snacks on both of my flights.
I traveled on Carnival with my grandparents and was pleased with the experience. It wouldn't necessarily be my first choice if cruising with friends, but it's very family friendly and offers lots of shore excursion options. Like some mentioned there are fees on top of the fare, like gratuity and while food is included not every restaurant may be included, so keep that in mind.
It's not my personal style, but this car has been a very reliable car for my grandparents who drive it consistently. Their model doesn't have all the newest gadgets but it does have some nice aspects and drives well for them.
I've taken Greyhound several times on shorter journeys, in particular DC to NYC. It's a cheap way to get back and forth between the cities and there's never been anything truly horrible that's happened, but I wouldn't want to take it on a longer journey for comfort considerations-- or when I was in a time crunch! Seriously, anyone knows not to take 5th Avenue in NYC!
I was not a fan of this eyeliner unfortunately-- and not because it didn't look good! I received the eyeliner in the NYCBigBold voxbox and I love the dark color and thick line for evening, but I had a hard time applying it-- it's awkward to figure out which direction to hold the eyeliner and whether you should be using what side of the felt tip. I love liquid liner for a bold look so I was excited to try this out, but without more direction on successful application I'm not a huge fan.
I received this mascara as a part of the NYC Color voxbox and I haven't been sold on it yet but I'm going to continue using it and see if I grow to like it more. I don't wear black products every day, so this will turn into primarily a going-out product (my skin and hair colors mean that brown is more daytime/casual for me). I found the product to lengthen well, but my eyelashes ended up looking pretty spidery, more so than with other mascaras that I have used before. I am always looking for a great new mascara for a deal (my favorite is Dior, but that adds up!). I found the brush on this mascara to be odd- it is shaped sort of like a wave with two bulges on the end, which may explain why it lengthens well. I didn't find that it thickened very well and like some others mentioned did find it a bit clumpy.
Petco is a great one-stop-shop for pet supplies. Their prices can be steep though so be sure to price shop before buying. They do offer a free bag of pet food program, so depending on what your pet's needs are they can be a good choice. Love that they sponsor animal adoptions!