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    Default Product Review Thread

    This is the thread where you review skin, hair, makeup, nail, ect. products that you've used. I figured it'd be helpful to actually get honest feedback by word of mouth

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    Lush Rehab Shampoo

    My girlfriend and I share a bottle, each one lasts us 8+ months. Good deal and it makes her hair really soft; my hair is super thick and insanely coarse, and kind of beyond help in general, but it does better for moisturizing my scalp and reducing flakes than Head and Shoulders ever did. I give it a B+.
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    Dr. Bronners Magic Soap.

    Wash your skin and your brain!
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    I want to use some of the products you're using Starfall...

    I'm really bad about using what I buy tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchonAlarion View Post
    Dr. Bronners Magic Soap.
    Their castille is awesome. I use it for face, bath, hair, and dishes.
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    this is a facial cleaner that I am very fond of http://www.amazon.com/Neutrogena-Cle.../dp/B0011DWIB4 - it doesn't leave the skin feeling too dry and leaves this refreshing, tingling sensation


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    One day as I was browsing makeup tutorials on youtube, I stumbled upon a video in which they spoke about "Makeup Setting" sprays. I didn't necessarily believe in them nor did I have much experience in using one but when I went to Ulta the other day, I saw this and decided to check it out:



    This stuff is quite literally, amazing. I have oily skin so after a few hours, my foundation is sloshing all around my face and almost looks as if I have nothing on towards the end of the day. Once I spritz this on, it lasts for a good 12+ hours looking completely fresh. I'm so glad I found this because I'm going to need this a lot in the summer here. It's so awesome.

    Oh and while we're on the subject of long wearing makeup, I've never found a better eyeliner that stays put:



    ...not going anywhere for anything, even humidity.

    Edit: probably should've mentioned the product name for the first one since its hard to read..Urban Decay All Nighter
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    Shit thread for girls.

    Can I review cars, games and tits?

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    Ugh.

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    I have long hair that I used to wash on an almost daily basis. Doing that can be bad for hair, but I wasn't sure how to control the oiliness otherwise. Then I discovered dry shampoos. Most I don't like, some are reasonable, and one or two are actually usable, though there are still many I haven't tried. Most of the spray ones I don't like - they're hit-and-miss on how well they work and I always feel like I'm breathing poison after spraying anything aerosol.

    This is one powder dry shampoo that I find myself using quite a lot, way more than anything else:



    Oscar Blandi Dry Shampoo Powder, usually ~$20 for 2.5oz. A bottle will last me several weeks at least, usually 3+ months, which makes it a decent deal for me.

    My hair is medium-dark brown so I have to be careful that I don't end up with gray roots (the powder is white), and it can take some experimentation to get just the right amount and figure out how best to use it. Nonetheless, I like it a lot.

    Using this I've gotten down to washing my hair only 2-3 times a week. Plus it's great for travel since the TSA apparently is only afraid of liquids and belt buckles and the occasional chapstick, leaving my white powdery substances completely alone.
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    Horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post
    Too bad your parents didn't use more of those.
    I could say the same about yours!

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    .

    Back when I had hair I was super into this stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    I could say the same about yours!
    Hey now. Ashton was an accident. That's just cruel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    Hey now. Ashton was an accident. That's just cruel.
    Most of us are...

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    That's not true. Only 49% of American pregnancies are unplanned and 54% of those are aborted. . Ashton may as well be a women or worse: Mexican.
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    Socionics Reviews

    2.0 from 1 Review

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    Model: A
    Manufacturer: Aušra Augustinavičiūtė

    Elaborates on Other Theories, Not as Accurate as Claimed
    InvisibleJim posted this on June 21, 2013

    After having tried MBTI and Jungian theory and finding both wishy-washy and incoherent I thought that Socionics would be better defined and more realistic. Despite socionics.com claiming that 'Socionics is the next step beyond MBTI(tm) theory' after purchased and continued use I discovered that it simply continues the pseudoscientific tryst between personality and fuzzy thinking.

    Indeed if anyone can find me an analytical theory that is precisely defined but sensibly applied to real life using realistic terminology then that would be helpful.

    I also found it confusing how in the instruction manual the authors switch between my purchase of Model: A to Model: Reinen and other models without actually stating so! This type of quality control in the documentation is bad for the consumer.

    I give it 0.5 starts above MBTI(tm) for using all 8 functions rather than 4. I like my models to multitask so I don't have to. 2/5.

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    The best.

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    My hair's seemed less tangly since I switched to this.

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