I have done two reviews in the past on dry shampoos, which you can read here and here.
Today I am posting No. 3 (drie in Dutch) review.
If you have been a reader of GFG! even for a short period of time you probably know that I have a smell sensitivity. I get what I call mini migraines when I come into contact with certain smells.
Anything perfumey or sweet or unnatural will trigger my ragging headaches and nausea.
If a product I am reviewing has a perfumey and/or sweet and/or unnatural smell it won’t get a high score.
What I wonder is why would someone want some smelly thing lingering in their hair when they could also possibly be wearing perfume and smelly lotion?
Anyway, yea, smells, unless fresh and/or natural are bad news for me.
Today I am reviewing four dry shampoos.
Like in the past I will review least favorite to favorite.
The Dove Hair Therapy dry shampoo has a super sweet smell.
The spray has a white residue, which can be brushed out or slept on if using the night before. The dry shampoo works. But that smell. Wow, it is sickly super … Continue reading
For at least the past five years (maybe a little longer) Curt and I along with our families have stopped giving each other Christmas presents.
We have decided we all have what we need. This helps to ease the stress of getting each other gifts.
So instead of giving to others we give to charity.
Curt and I still give each other small gifts, aka stocking stuffers.
Over the past two years GFG! has occasionally had Review Wednesday, where I review items for myself and my readers.
Many of the items I have reviewed would make great stocking stuffers.
I am going to do a quick review on the Fuller Brush, which would fit in a stocking just great, before I summarize items in past Review Wednesdays.
A friend gave me Fuller Brush’s Veggie Brush as a gift. Let me just say this thing is amazing. It cleans carrots and potatoes strongly and quickly.
It’s amazing how much dirt comes running into the sink compared to other brushes I have used to scrub my root vegetables.
I got this as a gift but the cost is reasonable at $7.99.
This would be a great stocking stuffer and it is … Continue reading
Birchbox helps you find products that you’ll love, which is what the website says.
I started my Birchbox subscription about four months ago. Once a month for $10 I get a fun pink box in the mail filled with mostly beauty samples. Some of the items I save for myself. Some I throw into the goodie bag for Comment Contest Tuesday prizes.
Certain items are automatically punted to the Comment Contest Tuesday goodie bag because of a perfumey smell attached to the product or if a color really is just not me.
For each sample I tried I will give a brief description then let you know if I would not buy this; I might buy this; I would buy this; I would definitely buy this. (The order of the items have nothing to do with best to worst or vice versa. They are in order of me trying them.)
Whish Hair Inhibiting Deodorant Swipe: The wipe had a slight perfumey smell, which seemed to go away after a few hours. It stayed sticky under my armpits for about an hour and then seemed to go away. Great to keep in your purse or in your gym bag. … Continue reading
Last week for Comment Contest Tuesday, I asked my readers what was or is your nickname? When you were a little kid what did you want your name to be? Any stories behind your name or nickname?
There were some fun answers. Thanks to all the ladies for answering.
The random drawing winner was … don’t call her Alice … Alicia.
Alicia doesn’t really have a nickname. But she has an interesting story about how when she was a kid her Chinese family really struggled to say her “Spanish” name.
My family calls me Annie. But I used to wish my name was Starr. I am still not a fan of my name. It’s boring and I consider it an old lady name.
In my Saturday spin class there are two other Anns (spelled just like mine) and if we are all there people yell out All Anns on Board. It’s fun! Yes, we are one wild and crazy spin class.
Brenda Marie, thanks for participating, and don’t worry, you aren’t in trouble.
Rebecca (aka Bridget[te]), I don’t remember the “other” Rebecca in kindergarten. Were you in Holly Lackowitz’s (is that how she spelled it) class?
Wow, Kim Hammermeister, now … Continue reading