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Who needs to spend more than $20 on a curler?
I bought this on a whim when strolling through Walmart. I always wanted a change from my usually straight hair, so I got this one because it was cheap but also ceramic so it wouldn't damage my locks as much as with metal. I just wish the barrel was longer, and the clamp was designed differently because sometimes I get telltale crease on my curls. Anyways, it works splendidly without damaging my hair. It heats up very quickly and is very easy to clean, and the swivel cord ensures it doesn't tangle up during use.
April 30, 2013
My favorite tweezers!
I would not pay $20 for a tweezer that works as well as this baby does. It gets all the spiky hairs, small hairs, and just all hairs in general. The design makes it cooler than typical tweezers (lol). It makes tweezing not so much of a pain anymore.
April 29, 2013
Oily skin beware.
This ColorStay didn't stay at all. After 2 hours, it was smudging all over the place so I end up with an unintentional and unflattering smoky eye. Water also removes most of it on oilier complexions, so its waterproof promise is false. I like that it doesn't need sharpening, though. I guess it would be perfect for those with dryer skin...
April 29, 2013
This is a great hair cream though. It smooths out my frizz, and makes my hair shiny and soft. The stuff smells really good as well, and you only need a little bit to get the job done. Only thing that prevents me from buying it regularly is the price tag. But if you are searching for soft, shiny, smooth hair that looks natural--this is for you. Be careful to scrub your hands well after using it because it kind of stays on your palms.
February 8, 2013
The best hand soap is now portable!
Okay fine, it's not a soap, but it does get your hands clean. It smells great, like all Bath and Body Works products do, and you can choose about any scent you can think of. It doesn't dry out my hands like the typical boring hand sanitizer does, and it's also a much nicer bottle.
February 7, 2013
A bottle so big you can rob a bank with it
I have slightly frizzy hair, not too damaged since I cut back on heat styling. This makes my hair soft/clean, smells good, comes in a bottle large enough to justify the price. I still get some flyaways, but most of them are gone.
August 2, 2012
I got this in the mail to review about a week ago, so I used it everyday with and without body lotion afterwards to see any changes in my skin. First, the price and amount you get is great, as it's pretty affordable and you get a hefty bottle. The formula is rich and creamy but not too heavy and does not leave oily residue on your skin. It has a light, refreshing scent . I used it without lotion and my skin didn't feel taut and dry afterwards like with other body washes. I haven't noticed any long-term change in my skin tone, elasticity, or overall dryness as of yet but I would definitely recommend it as an overall good product!
June 5, 2012
I like the little scrubbies, but they aren't too intense. The smell is nice, and it leaves my face clean. Don't expect it to do anything for acne or anything, though. It's cheap, I guess. The main selling point is the smell, though, but I rather use something more effective.
July 18, 2011
Good product, though a bit messy.
This shadow never creases, and stays on throughout the day--no matter how oily you may get. Just a tiny bit on the lid is more than enough, so it's sure to last you a long while despite the price. The only thing I don't like is that it's very travel unfriendly because there is no way you can keep it from coming out of the sifter.
June 22, 2011
This works pretty well at keeping me dry and not-smelly in Texas summers. Doesn't leave any white marks as far as I can tell, and the scent is not overpowering but still pretty nice. I don't have much to say since it's a deodorant, it works, and it's cheap! Definitely not 24 hour though, but who goes an entire day without showering regularly?
August 16, 2010