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Batiste dry shampoo is a spray that you can use between washing your hair, so that your hair looks clean and not greasy. Which everyone would think BRILLIANT wouldn't you? Only there is a downfall here which is why I unfortunately have to give this just four stars. I'll explain, it is a great product but there is some things it could improve. For instance when you spray on to your hair no matter how far away you hold the bottle or how many times you shake it and how well you always get this white coating over your head like its snowed. This then makes your hair feel really dry and straw like which I personally hate.
** My Experience **
In my opinion it's a really good 'quick fix' I just hate the white coating and dry straw like effect but can and do put up with this. If they improved this, it could be amazing.
The smell is also a bit powder like and does actually get into your throat too. I am a bit freaky though and end up sneezing 100 times after spraying anything ha ha.
** Summary **
Would I recommend it? Yes I would like I said as a quick fix it is brilliant.
Would I use again? Yes definitely.
Worth the money? Yes in superdrug its about £1.80-£2 a can/bottle.
Smell nice? I wouldn't recommend the one in the picture for smell but there is a fair few scents to choose from including chocolate :-)
Thank you for reading. XoxoX
~ As this is a high opinionated topic, please be aware this is MY opinion **SPOILERS might be included**~
So I bought this for my kindle before the big hype and hoo-har started. I read all three books within five days. This being a huge accomplishment considering I hated reading and hadn't read since leaving school. In fact this was my first 'book' I bought for the kindle, the first of many. I now love reading and my kindle is my best friend. That is a whole other review tho ;-)
** The Plot **
Sweet sexually innocent twenty something girl called Ana, falls for a hot CEO of his own company, rich man who is also in his twenties called Christian Grey! Just wondering, did I say super hot? From reading on other social networking sites fans and haters think that Ana is a innocent 'little' girl but in all honesty for me she is head strong, knows what she wants but falls to pieces around Mr Grey. Don't we all around our true love? She in my eyes is just innocent sexually. Which brings me onto the next part. It is all not what it seems, he is very much into being a dominant and having a submissive at his will. BDSM is all he has ever known, contracts rolled up. As the story goes on they fall in love and lots of other things happen (I don't want to give away too much so will leave it at that).
** My Thoughts **
As you can probably tell I LOVED them all three, I am a avid fan and can not wait until the movie is out. Though they are taking their time!!! Enjoying reading about all the filming and so happy that Jamie Dornan is Mr Grey :D!
One thing I will say is when you read them, okay they aren't the best written books in the world (again please remember it was a FAN Fiction she just got a lucky break) any way back to my point, you really have to see beyond the whole BDSM lifestyle and see the bigger picture that this is a love story that goes so far beyond the "sex" stuff. In fact during some of the book (people who have read and enjoyed them might agree) but there was even parts where I welled up and could of cried, one bit in particular I did indeed cry. You do get attached to the characters and this is what I believe is the making for a really good book/series.
It will not be everyone's cup of tea like everything else in life we have our own tastes but if you want some erotic, fun or easily readable books I definitely recommend you BUY these :-) I could indeed talk for England about these books, I've read them a few times ;) so well worth them pennies as they are not a one hit wonder. Every time I have re read them I have found something else that I have missed or can not remember.
Hope this helps and please comment below if you have any comment.
When I found out that we were expecting our first child the search begun for that perfect set of wheels. We looked at many went round all the shops and just couldn't decide. So decided to look at reviews on here and other places and found people loving the Pliko.. We had not actually seen this one in the shop as at the time our mama and papa's was having a refurbishment. When we eventually saw it in 'real life' we instantly fell in love. Still going strong 6 years later used with our second son too and saving for if we have another child in the future.
** My Description **
Ours is a denim effect/look with hood and easily apply able rain cover which just sits on the end of the hood then over the baby. Which has air holes. its interior is lovely and soft and feels very comfortable and looks it too. Also very spacious so baby is not cramped even with toys/blankets etc inside. When baby is little this pram allows baby to face their mummy and daddy.
It then when baby is older turns in to a forward facing buggy which again is very comfortable but I do believe myself anyway that you do loose some of the space you had when baby was little (not just because they have grown) because when it's pushed up the sides sort of fold inwards to give a chair feel/look. It's wheels are amazing in mud or on the beach on the sand. Easy to use and push anywhere. We took it when my son was younger to a fireworks display on a muddy field that was lumpy mud and we got to the top fine whereas others were struggling with other prams.
** Summary **
Would I recommend this pram? Yes completely and in fact I have and friends have also bought it. I have saved it for future and it is in like new condition.
** Price ranges **
Depending where you look £100-£250. Ebay and gumtree are good places to look as I believe these may of been discontinued (if anyone knows please let me know and I'll remove this last comment).
Thanks for reading :)
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This perfume is my favourite by far, Asda have it on sale for £22 for 100ml don't fall trap to some shops though like I did when I first bought it. 50ml bottle for £25!!! 100ml last me 3-4months and that is with spraying it every day a few times. So worth the money in my opinion.
The perfume lasts all day plus I can still smell it on my coat a few days later. It is a flowery smell but not over the top, quite a sweetness upon it too.
** Packaging **
The box itself looks like this product should cost more than it does but then you open it up and see the beautiful little bag the bottle comes in which is covered in red roses with a string to pull close. Makes it look more expensive too. The only thing I disliked about the products packaging is the bottle when you get to the last few sprays it can be a pain to get it out. Though if you spray it enough it does eventually come out.
All in all a amazing present for any occasion for that important woman in your life.
Also on Ciao under MrsUTD.
I am someone who suffers a lot from sore dry lips so I have to use lip balms a lot. Only lip balms I have used nearly every single one makes my lips worse except this one. The coca butter gives it a lovely smell and is so soft on the lips which makes them nice and smooth. You know that little taste you get when wearing lip balm/lipgloss/lipstick? You don't get that with this, there is a slight taste but nothing horrible.
** Information on product**
This lip balm has a very high Vitamin E content which makes for deep hydration on your lips to help treat chapped, cracked lips with pure Cocoa Butter. The balm itself is a creamy colour that within the tube pushes up using the twister base.
This is a small tube that is oval shape (new ones are) available in Superdrug at just £1.89. Attached with plastic onto card. This card has lots of useful information plus details of Palmers different products.
This is definitely one for people with really sensitive lips. I would highly recommend to friends and family even strangers if I saw them debating whether to buy it or not.
Having been a GHD girl and my beloved's broke :'( I was well and truly gutted. I needed some straighteners as soon as possible and not much spare cash available I saw these. What drew me to them was the price, that they are Nicky Clarke's, they have FRIZZ control (which I definitely needed) and are purple. I thought for the price they will do, never did I think I'd still have them one year later and still going strong. These have been my best friend they straighten and control the frizz ball that would otherwise occupy my head. They go to 230'c and have a red light when on, a long cord so if you have long hair you can do your back with out being in one spot. Easy controls and a beautiful colour, purple. Packaging was rectangle shape box with Nicky Clarke on and a window to see the straighteners instructions were included.
These were in Asda on sale last Christmas (2012) for £10!!! Grab yourself a bargain and never be disappointed. Perfectly straight sleek hair with a shine.
One day I was at a friends house whilst we were getting ready to go out she was doing her make up and I'd forgot my own so used a bit of hers as I am some one who needs make up before I leave the door. Any way since that day I have not looked back.
This powder once on does not feel like powder, in fact you can not tell you have any make up on... Your face feels smooth and soft. Perfect colour matching and even comes with a fitted compact mirror so you can apply where ever you are. Packaging if dropped I have on occasion and the powder does crumble so you do have to be careful with it.
The price ranges from £10-£12 but as a product it lasts with daily use nearly two months. Definitely worth every penny. Superdrug, boots, Sainsbury's and many more shops sell this item.
Would I recommended this product YES!!!!!! Would I buy again YES!!!!! Go grab a worthy make up must have...
We went camping at Kessingland in Lowestoft there was 8 of us ranging from 3-40 years old and we decided we would go to Pleasure Wood Hills, so glad we did we all had great fun. Lots to do, though could of been more to fill the park up as it did feel like you were walking one side to the next just to go on things. Great service when we went for food not much choice mind you but enough for what you need. Facilities like toilets where scattered around enough so that if you got caught short you didn't have far to run (parents will understand this one).
One thing we didn't appreciate though is the zombies outside Hobs Pit. Fair enough if it had just been adults but they were coming up to my 3 and 5 year old children and quite frankly spooking them out which we did not appreciate at all. I understand you have to advertise and things but there is other ways around this. After all the ride does say no under 12's so why go for clearly children under 12?
If you can get hold of a Pleasure Wood Hills leaflet (most nearby places Asda/Tesco etc have them) there is a voucher inside which if you had a group of 5 max you could get in the park for Adults £16 Kids £13.50 each as you left as well you got given cards that if you bring with you next time you can get in for £13.50 again in 2013.
All in all though a fantastic day out and we were lucky that the day we went the sun was beaming with us :D xxx
You truly need to be a hungry horse to stomach these big meals at such low prices! There are numberous pubs around the country , your nearest can be found at hungryhorse.co.uk and with all the details of the menus and prices. My local one is the Greengage in Ipswich or Bury St Edmunds Our favourite is The Thrasher in Ipswich.
Myself and my husband had a all day breakfast and a 5oz rump steak cooked to order. We also ordered two large drinks, this came to a total of £14.75! What a bargain and we have been many many times since this!
The meals arrived very quickly and the person who served us couldn't do enough for us!
Quality of the meals:
The meals are delicious and even better so are the desserts. My fave of all time is the Chocolate Fudge Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream.
We go to a hungry horse now for birthday's and special meals with the family. Such a lovely place to go. With friendly and welcome staff.
I love this game, It is just like many tycoon games, You are the owner of a holiday island and must build the island up and help the guests have a great time whilst also maintaining the site. The gameplay is very simple however the islands are very small and differcult to build as you have limited space. The game moves quickly and the controls are differcult at first. I have spent many of hours of this, there are little cheats for the game. Once you have done a few islands, there is little room for extras and the game becomes boring. Not sure if you can add things or not but becomes repitive. The game is in the Sold Out range. Recommended to teen's and studends with lots of time or for those mad tycooners like me. Game gets a 8 out of 10 from me, not had as much time as I would of liked to try it out fully.
Awesome software, This is basically Microsoft Office except its free! The only problem is the file types are not supported by office and open offices does not support office files. The programe is great for your own personal use and printing however if you wish to send to someone else, you will need microsoft office or simular. There are always regular software updates which are free which is always a good thing. Perfect software for a student or home office user. I use it to make budgets, studying and writing letters. There is also a powerpoint like software which can be used to make presentations, aswell as a database software. Perfect! The download is quick and simple and the installation was very easy to complete. Open office is becoming more widely recognised, however it might not be free for long so grab a bargin whilst you can. 10 out of 10 stars!
Sky Broadband, Fast, reliable, Amazing. I am on the max package which entitles me to 10mb broadband and unlimited. This is added to my normal sky bill. Upon signing up, I recieved a letter confiming when my service would be turned on and recieved texts throughout to say its now being turned on etc. The router arrived by courier within days and I was soon up the running, run through the CD and we are all in and wireless and secure! No need to enter passwords or anything except the passcode to connect to the wireless. The router is also covered by sky repair plan so if anything goes wrong, it can be replaced. If you move home, it is simple to swap and you can even get a new router. The sky email account is simple and even has a email forwarding service so you can forward any emails to another provider i.e hotmail
I highly recommend first choice. I booked my holiday in a local branch and the staff were very helpful, they helped pick a hotel and perfect destination. We also got our currency from the shop and got a special rate. They run a huge range of destinations around the world and all types of hotels and price ranges. The check in staff were fine and the flight was fine, no delays but obviouslly this is down to the airport. The rep's were lovely and always there when needed. No problems at all. I have used them again and again and never had any issues or complaints. They have a great email system and online management system when you have booked online. They also have regular sales and a great late deal service for those cheeky late get aways. Very highly recommended as a company. Not the most price competitive but worth the money
I love this little SatNav. I bought it from Motorworld for £89.99 in 2006. This was my first Sat Nav, the product is very small and the screen is tiny. The product is hard to use at first however once updated on the computer, and the satelite finds you, your on ur way. You can set your home address and it will always lead you home. Upon testing the product, I went and got lost and used my sat nav to find my way home and it worked! It has helped me no end of times untill I broke the wire through leaving it hanging out the door. The item can be differcult to set up/update however it is very useful and I much prefer Garmin to Tomtom etc, This is ideal for a occaisional user, it also tells you your speed! Not very accturly but gives you a good idea of it.
Hello, I am a teen mum and yes we used protection but my daughter wanted to come through (excuse the pun) and we couldn't be happier, yeah you have to grow up quickly but then I didn't want to go out clubbing, wasting my money on drink, cigarettes and even drugs in some cases. I've never wanted to see the world on my own, I've always wanted a family. To be a mum was/is my whole life. From when I was young I'd play with my doll's and pretend to be a mum. I mean having my daughter was the best feeling in the world. Unconditional love overwhelmed me when I went for scans, saw my bump grow bigger and bigger (so much so I went 10 days overdue) Then when she was placed in my arms I felt so in love, happiness and all kinds of emotions in one, nothing can really explain it.
Don't get me wrong there is bad times like when she was teething, when she would wake up in the night (although she rarely did unless poorly, I was very lucky and she slept through since birth :) ), when you have no money to get things, I have bills just like any other mother out there I have food to buy, electric to get. People see young mothers as stupid and immature for even getting pregnant and then when they did they didn't have a abortion or put the baby up for adoption but then this was because they are able to make the decision to keep their unborn child! 'They just take the money from the government without a care in the world' or ' They just want a council house' comments grinds my gears as well, no that's not right!! I am 22, I have a daughter and a son now, I am married to their father and we have been together nearly 8years my husband works full time and I'm care assistant in a care home at nights. We are in a privately rented house that WE pay for, we don't claim anything apart from child benefit, I'm hoping in the future to get a degree in Adult Nursing so I'm not wasting my life which so many people seemed to of thought, a young mum can be just as good as a 30 year old women AGE IS A NUMBER NOTHING ELSE!
Us young mums and dads care for our children just as much as those that are older, in the 1950s people where having children even younger than I was and most of the teen mums out there yet you notice its mostly the older population that look at us with disgust and tut at us as we walk past.
I just want to put it out there that there is good and bad in ALL, anyone can have a baby but it takes a special someone to be a parent. Don't judge a book by its cover! x