This is my current under-eye concealer. It's thick enough that it stays throughout the day but the cream texture allows you to build up coverage. Coverage is great, although sometimes after first applying, it may settle in under-eye creases a bit! So just be aware to keep blending for the first couple minutes after applying. Affordable and effective, although probably not the #1 under-eye concealer out there.
I don't normally shop at Hollister--the prices can be a bit high. However, I must say that I was happily surprised by Hollister's holiday sale! With all jeans at $25 during the sale, I was happy to finally indulge in some quality denim. Albeit the looming low ceilings and "moody" lighting, it is possible to find some great pieces.
Definitely on my list of Top 5 Disney movies. Tiana, unlike many other Disney princesses works hard to make her own dreams come true and doesn't rely on the "damsel in distress" act. The jazzy feel-good music, old-school Disney animation and captivating artwork are fantastic.
I've got a Hard Sided 23.7 ounce Brita® Water Filter Bottle. Does the job for a plastic filtered water bottle, but I still prefer aluminum. The filter is fine--a little tedious that filters need to be repurchased (and they're not as cheap as I'd like), but I've cracked three of these Brita bottles within a few hours after dropping them. Wish the water came out a little easier, and the suction sometimes makes an awkward squeaking noise when I'm drinking.
I've had plenty of mixed experiences with Megabus. I generally am travelling from NYC to either Boston or Washington DC (roughly 5 hours each on average). It's usually luck of the draw plus common sense when trying to predict how you're ride will go: weekday early morning bus rides take maybe 4 to 4 1/2 hours. Evening bus rides during the holidays through snow can easily take at least 6 to 6 1/2 hours. For the price, however, it's decent. The internet is rather unreliable, but there's enough leg room and the bus itself is clean and air conditioned. The service has improved over the last few years, and I think their customer service is better than Greyhound. In my opinion, the best bus service for its price.
Target is my go-to for pretty much any retail product.
Clothes: Target is great for finding high quality clothing at decent prices. In fact, they've been partnering with high end designers for limited time collaborations. Examples include Phillip Lim, Neiman Marcus, and Jason Wu. Target will also be teaming up with TOMS soon, just in time for the holidays.
Food: Not only does Target stock all the top name brands, but many Targets now have fresh market produce sections--and they're extensive! Target eliminates the need to stop by the grocery store on your way home.
My other favorite sections of Target include Electronics, Sports/Fitness (both apparel and equipment), Beauty, and Seasonal (LOVE their summer swimsuits, and every holiday is well celebrated at Target).
Also worth mentioning are Target's other perks: online coupons & Cartwheel (save in-store with the Cartwheel app by scanning products you're already planning on buying), Store Pick-up, Free Shipping ($50+), and Subscriptions (everyday essentials delivered on the schedule you set). Many Targets also include quality Photo and Pharmacy departments.
I'm also a proud owner of the Target REDcard. It's offered as either a debit or credit card--I have a debit card and it links directly to my existing checking account. With my REDcard I save 5% on EVERY purchase at Target, get FREE shipping at target.com, and 30 extra days for returns.
Overall: Target is quite possibly my favorite store ever.