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  • Debbie Romrell - Works just as well for me as it did for my hairdresser

    I recently went to a very short hairstyle and my hairdresser recommended this product. I love it. It helps maintain volume in my fine hair and it gives dimension to my style by separating out some pieces. Beware though it does not take much, a dime size in the palm of your hand. Just rub product onto both hands and run it through your hair.

  • for the love of books - Great Read!

    This was a great read. Once I got into it I couldn't wait to read the next page. It has lots of twist and turns. I sometimes have a hard time getting into books because my mind wonders. Not with this book. I loved it and would read others written by this author! If you are looking for a quick and satisfying book this is it.

  • Amazon Customer - Amazing Neck Cream

    I can't say enough great things of this amazing neck cream. It not only firms up, but the lines disappear within 2 weeks of consistent use. The word here is consistent. You can only see results with a product like this if you are diligent with your morning and night makes a major difference. I have no desire to have any type of lift on my neck or face so products like this rate high on my list of excellent products that work.

  • S. Porter - The cables pull on the ear pieces

    The cables pull on the ear pieces - which make them fall out of my ear when jogging. I prefer the around the neck/behind the ear types more. Signal is ok - but cuts in and out. Not very good range if you don't have your phone on you. Get what you pay for.

  • Sarah P. - If you want to score in the 90th+ percentile, don't waste your time.

    After receiving scores in the 96th and 78th percentiles for Verbal and Quantitative reasoning, respectively, I decided to buy a study guide so I could work on scoring into the 95-99th percentiles on both. I found the Verbal portion to be utterly useless. Worse, it's actually confusing to someone who has a very good (90th+ percentile) understanding of vocabulary. Some of the vocabulary works in the glossary are flat out incorrect definitions and many of them are simply misleading. The problem with the Verbal portion, particularly the vocabulary in this book, is that it tries to oversimplify.....the oversimplification kills its effectiveness. If you are very weak on vocabulary, or are uninterested in the specific and precise meanings of words, then the Verbal portion may be okay for you. But I find it hard to believe that anyone could raise their Verbal score to above an 85th percentile using this book. I found the math portion to be a little bit better. But the questions were way off base when I took the GRE. Most useful in the Math portion is the summary of the types of problems found in the index (about a hundred problem types, broken down by difficulty).