Sample Source-Try Before You Buy
I really like this website. It is one of the most simple and straight forward sample websites I have found. They only send out samples a few times a year. They give you a selection of products to choose from and then send out the samples. After a few months they ask you to complete a survey about your samples. The survey is short and it takes just a few minutes to complete. In my fall 2013 package I got to try 5-7 different products. All of the samples in this last mailing had coupons right on the packages too. They send you an e-mail when new samples become available so you don’t have to keep checking in.
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Thanks to Influenter and Broadway Nails I got to try the new imPress Press-On Manicure for free. The kit is packaged in a very cute and convenient plastic nail bottle shape. Nails should be prepared first by using the provided prep pad. The nails are super easy to apply, you simply remove the plastic backing from the nail and apply it. It is a quick, convenient, and mess free way to get a manicure. No glue is needed which means no mess. I love how easy they are to remove too. You simply apply a little nail polish remover around the edge of the nail and with in a minute they come right off. I wore mine for 5 days before I took them off myself but the package says they can last for a week. I got a lot of compliments even from complete strangers!! I was worried about damaging my nails but after removing them I found my nails were not damaged in any way. Love Love Them!!!
Over all I have to say I am now a fan and will continue to buy the imPress Press-On Manicure kit’s in the future. They offer a large selection of designs and the cost is reasonable too. I believe they are about $6 at Walgreen’s and coupons can be found frequently.
Garnier Olia hair color does have a great smell. It smells much better than any other hair color I have used in the past. The smell has a slight floral smell to it. The kit came with black gloves which I liked better than the traditional white ones. The application bottle is a little to big for my small hands but for most people it won’t be a problem. The color I chose was a very light blonde which is pretty close to my natural hair color. The color turned out great and my hair felt soft and silky after coloring.
I did not care for the application bottle I had a hard time holding my finger over the top hole to shake and mix the chemicals. I found the actual hair dye a bit on the runny side and had it drip several times on my jeans. This would not be a problem for me again because now I am aware that it is not as thick as the others. In all other ways it was about the same as any other at home hair color.
I would encourage you to try Garnier Olia especially if you don’t like the harsh chemical smell of other hair colors. The price is comparable to other at home coloring kits.
Thanks so much to BzzAgent and Garnier Olia for letting me try this product for free.