I felt like I had to use a bit more conditioner than I use in other brands in order to fully coat my hair. Maybe it's thicker? This is meant for damaged hair and so far I think it does a good job smoothing out my split ends. Also, the shampoo vs conditioner bottles are very similar, so I've accidentally grabbed the wrong one a few times.
I really liked the packaging, I think that it's a decent amount of Shampoo so I don't have to worry about getting more. The advertisement is damaged hair, I'm still using it over time to see if I notice any differences. The fragrance is very unique, although it can be strong if you don't like that kind of thing in your hair. Also, the shampoo vs conditioner bottles are very similar, so I've accidentally grabbed the wrong one a few times. Overall, 4*, still waiting to see the difference.
Who doesn't love cheez-its? The hardest part about eating them is stopping. They're always really affordable and the generics usually don't taste as good as the original anyway. I don't eat these as often but they're a good occasional snack.
It's a little bit expensive, and I don't know if it necessarily makes things cleaner than other products. Sometimes I'd come out with lots of particles still left on my dishes or it would clog in places. For this brand, I'd definitely recommend getting a liquid version over a powder
It's pretty effective as a dish soap. It has a strong scent which matches their original scent fairly well. Can be overwhelming if you're sensitive to it, but if you're not, then it's a great way to take on a gnarly load of dishes. A little goes a long way.
This scent is probably one of my favorites in the Gain line so far. It's great if you want your clothes to smell good but obviously can be overwhelming if you are sensitive to scented products. It's not the cheapest, but you definitely get what you pay for.
My favorite powder foundation! I personally don't use the sponge pad that comes with it, but it works very well with a brush. The application is light-to-medium and lasts most of the day with a few touchups. It's cheap enough and I buy it consistently.
The natural body washes are fairly cheap but a large enough amount that I don't have to worry about running out for a long time. I tend to buy mine at walmart. The smell doesn't last very long, but at least it smells good while you're using it in the shower.
The curved brush had a ...learning curve, you could say. However, once I got used to it, it was great at reaching my inner corners. The packaging is also really nice, and I like that it has a good tactile feel to it. I'm not sure if I'd buy it again if only because I have so much other mascara that I love, but this was a really cute sample.
The only liquid foundation that I've tried and consistently liked. Doesn't have a weird smell and actually has a matte look (I usually apply it with a beauty blender and it goes on evenly). The hard part for me has been matching shades. I'm usually medium/deep in a lot of brands, so I expected to be a 2XX or 3XX shade, but those have actually been too dark for me. I still haven't found the perfect shade, but I can blend out 228 well enough, I guess.