Garnier Fructis Hydra Recharge Shampoo, Conditioner, and Moisture Treatment Review

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I though the products all smelled great and I will list pros and cons of all the products at the end. I got these products through Bzzagent. I though they were okay. They weren’t my favorite but they were standard, maybe a little better. They are intended for dry scalps and i have an extremely oily scalp. Surprisingly, it made my oily scalp better 🙂

Shampoo:

– Pro:

It was refreshing. It smelled good. It did the job it was supposed to do, so i was happy with that. When i used the shampoo with no conditioner, it did give me a little volume.

-Con:

It left my hair feeling like there was still shampoo in it and it made my hair feel rough.

Conditioner:

-Pro:

It detangled my hair. It made it soft. It did it’s job.

-Con:

It was too greasy. It made my hair feel full of products.

1-Minute Leave in Treatment:

-Pro:

It hydrated my hair. It made it feel soft. It made it feel healthy.

– Con:

It made it feel like my head was heavy and at times, weighed it down.

For all, i’m not sure if this gave me dandruff because i alternate shampoos, but there is a possibility.

Overall, i would say this was an okay product. I will keep on using it to finish it off but i wouldn’t repurchase it becuase it’s not for my hair type. However, if you have a dry scalp, you should try it out! It smells so good!

Yours truly.

Ari

 

 

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Bringing Color to Everyday Life

If you are in ceramics and or like this kind of stuff, it’s extremely fun! My idea came from being aggravated at my cups for taking sooo long to make so I took an easier route and decided to experiment with glazes. Glazes are a special kind of paint that when fired at hot temperatures, seal and protect the clay to be used ( in this case, the cups can have liquids in them and you won’t get poisoned! 

On to the cups! If you have a pre-made cup, good for you! If you don’t, then you take a slab and blend it into a cylinder and add a bottom to it and blend that on and then a handle! If I could, I would take pictures but it’s awkward to do that at school! 

After you fire the clay, You put on a base coat of whatever color you want  (I used Mardi Gras which is a white with pebbles of blue that explode to get a splatter like effect)  and after, you take a bunch of different colored glazes and dip a paintbrush in water and then in the glaze and splatter it all over the cup! ( In some cases, you need to flick the paintbrush with your finger). 

You then fire it again to get to this amazing product! 

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The colors are much brighter in person but i am extremely proud of these!

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I love being creative and this is just me sharing one idea to you all!

 

Yours Truly. 

     Ari