A friend told me about this a few weeks ago, and then I randomly came across the website today. Theres a company called Function of Beauty, and they actually make customized shampoo and conditioners for you based on a quiz you take. Then you can choose between bottle sizes (8oz or 16oz) and whether you want the shampoo, conditioner, or both, and you can get on a plan where they send them to you every month or every few months.
Has anyone tried this before? They are pretty expensive, if you want the smallest bottle of both its $36 for the set, but you can choose up to 5 'hair goals' or things you want/need the shampoo and conditioner to do, when generally store bought ones only do one of these things. Reviews are mostly positive, which is a great sign. Heres the link if you guys wanna check it out: https://www.functionofbeauty.com/
Hey! I wanted to introduce myself I'm new here and hope to get to know you all. I am a Mommy to two year old twins, a nurse and wife. And happen to also love makeup and all things beauty! I get asked for makeup/beauty advice all the time at work and I love talking makeup with anyone that will listen 🤓. I created my blog to have an outlet for my "hobby". I haven't shared my blog on my personal Facebook yet because I am still very new to it and honestly haven't gained the confidence to share it with everyone. 😆
I like using the Poshé super fast drying top coat since it's easy to get in a larger 2 to 16 oz bottle for refilling my 0.5 oz bottle. I'm still a top coat girl as I find the fast drying ones make my life a lot easier. If I paint my nails with regular polish, I'll also use a base coat but I'm often painting the regular polish or stamping over a gel mani and then using the regular fast drying top coat to seal in the nail art or regular polish on top, so my 'base' is the gel mani. I got Out The Door top coat as well recently, so I'll have to give it a try so I can report on how it works. Others I like are Nubar Diamont and Cult Nails Wicked Fast (CN no longer sold) but I had purchased several bottles.
With regular polish, I understand the strategy of using a good base coat and applying the polish on top as needed. Even there, I'm always using a top coat like Poshé because it hardens up the finish and gives me better wear.