I am sitting here completely annoyed over the fact that I ruined a perfectly good (and brand new) deodorant. I was puttering around my room, unpacking from my trip and trying to get ready for a LONG day of class tomorrow (and I was avoiding studying for my exam). I decided to open up the deodorant I just purchased and get it all ready for morning. You know how you have to click it about a hundred times before any products comes through the little holes? So I sat there, click click clicking while watching the Bachelor make his "hardest decision ever" when the stuff starts oozing through. Already having deodorant on, I did what any sensible person would do... took a cotton pad to wipe up the excess off the top.
DO NOT REPEAT AT HOME!
Talk about an utter fail. The top of the bottle looks like it has sprouted feathers. I literally have a chicken sitting on top of my deodorant. The cotton ball stuck to that bottle like I had tar and feathered it. I tried wiping it clean with a wet wash cloth - it only served to make matters worse.
On another annoying note, Kroger brand cotton pads are absolutely horrible. They are very, very stringy and fuzzy. I wouldn't recommend trying to be a cheapie there (like myself).
I have been trying to save money lately, which probably is why I am so annoyed over my new pet chicken and Mr. Fuzz pads. I need to start project 10 pan. Project 10 lush has begun. See 2 posts below for more info on these. My first lush item used? Gnome Name Bubble Bar. Do I recommend it? Errr.... probably not. Here is my mini review:
Gnome Name: from the Christmas collection, which comes out every year. This bubble bar turned my water red (which was more creepy than festive) and made lots of lush, white bubbles, no pun intended. It had a nice, light smell, but it wasn't as fragrant as some other lush products I have used. I used it just like a regular bubble bar, crumbling it under the running water until it was all dissolved. Would I repurchase? Probably not... just because of the creepy red water. As a reader observed... "Looks like the little guy died in there".