Crystal light even has alcohol substitution now. I'm not a big fan of the alcohol flavors, taste a little sour for me, or the strawberry lemonade but I adore the raspberry flavors and many others. They're a great substitute to sugary or even diet soda, much healthier. Love it (:
No hair spray has actually held my curls all day (I just can't hold them long even set by a professional, I don't know why.) but this one came closest. Bed Head was recommended to me by a lot of people but I'm starting to think my hair may need the "got2b glued" stuff. Overall, I'd give it an A for normal hair and an A for effort on mine!
I have to be honest, at first I thought it was pretty good but with time, in comparisons.. I'm a little underwhelmed. I have medium thick lashes and I did see clumping and flaking. At first, it seems really nice but when comparing it to some other mascaras I've bought recently it's just decent and does a bit of length, but not top favorite. You should use it with a volumizing mascara, too. Overall, it's good! I'd say worth a shot for someone with shorter or thinner lashes like my mom, but not great.
I haven't had any problems with it yet but I don't have oily skin or many problems and just need a little help with evenness in skin tone. It's really light and definitely softened/refreshed my skin. If you have temperamental skin (or oily skin, as some other reviewers state) you may want to avoid, though. For someone with similar skin to mine, fair and minimal blotchiness, I'd say go for it!
It seems like everyone and their grandmother loves the smell of this or wears it themselves. VS always gets compliments on their scents but this seems the most popular. Though that does make it less unique, it does smell great! I like to change up my scents but I still really like this one. (And there may be some kind of aphrodisiac in it, a lot of guys really love it. So many of my friends say it's their boyfriends favorite scent! It really does seem to cast a spell! )
I love this eyeliner! Long lasting and bold! The applicator can make it easy to line thin or thick, stays on an fast drying! It isn't 100% waterproof, sadly, but it can stand the test in some cases. I've been rained on and not dripped as long as I dabbed it with a kleenex occasionally.
When I first came into touch with this flash sale website I thought it was OK but didn't see anything I needed. Next day, new sale, and an email letting me know. Betsey Johnson tights for less than $10 and Urban Decay make-up that I was eyeing for 70% off! Definitely worth the wait of shipping, which does take awhile. I'd definitely recommend them for the patient deal seeker.
I own a couple Rosetta stones and it's not a bad product but they toss you in with out explanations. For some languages, it's a great tool and really helps! But for others that are a bit more complicated, have a different structure and alphabet than your own, you shouldn't rely on it. For that, it's good for using while taking a class or having a teacher explain things for you but, for me, I wouldn't recommend this on it's own. I used it for Japanese and it didn't explain anything necessary like grammar. (i.e sentence structure, conjugate verbs or direction markers). I found that just going by pictures I didn't fully understand what my sentences were saying until contacting a tutor or teacher. As far as their "natural way" of learning goes, we don't learn like we did as babies anymore and they forget the key part, we had parents constantly tutoring and immersing us. Overall, it's definitely a good tool for someone that's looking to refresh their memory or have as a side program while taking a class already. I do appreciate hearing how things are pronounced and flow in sentences, though. That's a helpful tool for practicing speech.