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Received a small sample in my birch box/glam bag forgot which one. Loved it! A little pricey for blush but it doesn't take much to do the job. Really love the color looks very natural.
So disappointed in this product! It did not cover up the dark spots on my face and my lips started burning after I put the lipstick on , also my eyes started burning from the eyeliner. I did like the brushes and the highlighter, blush and bronzer compact is awesome!
My stomach had always been my problem area even at a size 4. I'd seen ads for the flex belt many times. I even went to the site a couple times and watched videos and thought what a joke who would buy that? I had a girl friend from the gym buy one and swore by the results even showed me before and afters. I changed my mind not wanting to waste my money on another diet fad. Finally four weeks ago I was so tired of working my abs and seeing nothing that I bought my flex belt. BEST purchase I have ever made after the first week i was removing the belt and my daughter said "wow mom look at your stomach". I'm so excited I leave on a cruise next week and get to show off my great new flat stomach. If you are like me and on the fence about this product BUY IT! I wish I would have months ago!
I bought a Flobed online after herniating a disc in my spine... Our coil mattress of 17 years was just too painful to sleep on. My wife and I spent about 30 minutes on the phone with customer support to make sure we got the proper firmness which can be tailored between your head, shoulders, spine, hips and legs available with their v-zone mattress. The Goldilocks guarantee gave me peace of mind that I could correct any mistakes.
Richard Bolles has published a new version of this book every year. I read it first in college and used it extensively when I worked as a career counselour. I also used it for career seminars. I can honestly say that every edition seems to be quite different from previous versions, so it is not a waste of money at all to buy a more recent version. (the most recent editions seem to talk about online job search, appropriately enough)As a writer, I can admire his work for its readability, sense of humor and gritty realism. Bolles tells some remarkable stories and while not directly applicable to your career area, they make you aware of how similiar job searching is regardless of your field. Before reading this, you should be aware of what this book is NOT: it does not provide resume advice nor does it provide very much advice about general trends in the job market. This book is a sobering dose of reality, but the interesting thing is that the reader finds this information heartening rather than disappointing because it unmasks many of the treacherous parts of the job search process. As such, this book is a great gift for a loved one who is out of work. It will make them feel good about themselves, and that is good, because a lot of unemployed approach job searches with a chip on their shoulder.