I got this item in the “Over the Moon” color as a complimentary sample from the Influenster Vox Box a few weeks ago for reviewing purposes. They directions were pretty straight forward and they were extremely easy to put on and looked really good and very real, which surprised me. However, as the days wore on, I noticed that the nails began to unstick from my actual nail, beginning the day after I put them on. I continuously got food (and hair while I washed my hair) stuck between the real and fake nails and it was near impossible to get the food out. Also, the nails began to fall off on the 6th day, which is still really close to the 7 day guarantee. Finally, when I took the rest of the nails off after the first one came off, it took away a small layer of my actual nail which wasn’t so pretty. This was my first time ever using fake nails though so I may have just put them on wrong. But I still really enjoyed wearing it and got TONS of compliments on my nails. Most had no idea they were pressed on and were surprised that the nails hadn’t fallen off as soon as I put them on. I would definitely recommend this item in a heart beat.
Take a look at the Broadway Nails website here: http://impressmanicure.com/
These press-on nails have been seen for the price of $5.99 for colors $7.99 for patterns at CVS, Rite Aid, Duane Reade, KMart, Walgreens, Walmart, and more.
I got this complimentary Reese’s sample from Influenster in order to try and test the product and then write a review. Overall, the product is pretty good. It had just the right amount of peanut butter and chocolate in it and it was kind of like a cake but also like a candy bar, if that makes sense. I think that was the goal of the product though– I’m not actually sure if it’s considered candy or cake to be honest. The only problem I really saw with it is that it was VERY crummy. That could of course be because it went through the whole shipping process and probably bumped around quite a bit. Or that could just be how it’s made. Regardless, because ti was so crummy, it was very hard to eat without making a mess. The crumbs got everywhere and the chocolate started to melt very quickly after I opened it (in my air conditioned house). So cleaning it up was no fun. I still enjoyed this product but I probably wouldn’t buy it again. I feel like I’ve had other stuff similar to this for probably less calories and it was just too messy to waste a whole meal on this sweet.
Don’t take this the wrong way though, it was very good, just not my personal favorite. If you want to try it, you can get it as a single serving for $1.69 or in a family pack for $4.49– kind of expensive, I’d say.
Two weeks ago, I received a package from Influenster that contained two complimentary bottles of Palmolive Soft Touch Dish Soap. One of the bottles was Vitamin E. Though I love the color pink, I did not really like this one because it reminded me of Calamine Lotion and smelled like Pepto Bismol, not a good picture for doing the dishes! So, I gave that bottle away to a friend. The other bottle was Aloe. I LOVED this. It smelled so good and really did make my hands so soft and smooth. It also produced a lot of bubbles while i washed dishes so it made it more fun. I really would recommend this product to anyone because, as it advertises, it is “Tough on Grease, but Soft on Hands!”
To check out the “official” product details, take a look at http://www.colgate.com/app/Palmolive/US/EN/HomePage.cwsp#softTouch and http://www.influenster.com/review/palmolive-soft-touch.
You can purchase Palmolive Soft Touch at your local Walmart or Target for about $2.99 at last check. Don’t miss out!
**All opinions are my own