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I have very thin hair that -- I was looking for a product that will tame the flyaways and will also protect my hair from blowdrying damage. I use this product in two ways: first, while my hair is damp before blowdrying. This give me some styling control and makes my hair shinier. Second, I use this one 'second day' hair if I don't have time to shower, just on the ends and by my bangs to control the flyaways. Great product, lightweight and smells nice. It does have a sweet/candy fragrance, but I don't mind it because it is mild and doesn't last all day.
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Well, after a lot of research and years of salivating over the Dyson Animal vacuum, I decided that $200 was a lot more reasonable than $530 for a vacuum and 15 pounds was a lot easier to move around than 24 pounds, so I purchased the Shark Navigator this afternoon. It onlly took about 5 minutes from the time I opened the box to the time the unit was ready for use. Now, I vacuumed my ENTIRE house yesterday with our old Oreck XL but wanted to try out the new toy...oh my goodness...I can't believe all that stuff was left behind. There was SO much dirt and dust that my old vacuum just missed. The hose is long enough that the stairs shouldn't be much of a hassle, and the pet hair attatchment works fabulously! It does great on tile as well. Like I said, this vacuum is new to me today, but as of right now, I could not be happier with it.
I wish I had all the lofty cycling lingo at my disposal to do justice to this road bike and its ride on the open road. First off, this bike is stunning. I chose 'black,' it's actually black and white, and in a style that exceeded my expectations. The Italian design of this bike is apparent and impressive. It took a full week after assembly to take it for a real spin, and there wasn't day, if not an hour that I would stop, look and admire. I'm 6'0" - 225-230lbs, with a 33in inseam and went for the XLarge. The chart put me at the top end of the Large, and bottom end of XLarge. I don't like looking large on a bike that appears to small for me. And while my stats put me on the cusp, I can see how the large might have been better suited if I were training to race on this bike. The smaller size would have afforded me greater agility. But I'm not racing, I'm cruising on open stretches of road. The bigger size suits my ego and objective. But, I repeat, my stats are on the line of going either way. If your measurements are not in the gray, I would say stick with the charts recommendations. A significant step up/below out of range could prove hazardous. I did a couple hours of research that paid off. This bike is better than entry level. You'll see.
Ok. So, I'm giving this product a 5-star review because HOLY COW I feel different with the mat and I have faith that my experience, in time, will go from 1-STAR to 5-STAR.