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Ajax for Dummies
Ajax for Dummies
Ajax for Dummies by Steve Holzner PhD. Rated 3.7 out of 5 stars, with 27 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Lo mejor de mí (Spanish Edition)
Lo mejor de mí (Spanish Edition)
Lo mejor de mí (Spanish Edition) by Nicholas Sparks and Iolanda Rabascall. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 63 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Nicholas Sparks category.
A Bridge Apart
A Bridge Apart
A Bridge Apart by Joey Jones. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 131 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Nicholas Sparks category.
Bag of Bones
Bag of Bones
Bag of Bones by Stephen King and Simon & Schuster Audio. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 1194 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Python Programming for Arduino
Python Programming for Arduino
Python Programming for Arduino by Pratik Desai. Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars, with 21 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'Python programming' category.
Front-End Tooling with Gulp, Bower, and Yeoman
Front-End Tooling with Gulp, Bower, and Yeoman
I have used Gulp, Bower and Yeoman in several front-end JavaScript projects. Indeed, I have used the tools singularly, in pairs, or all together--and never given them much thought. I have followed their basic installation and use steps without really understanding what each package does. This book (nicely written and well illustrated) delves into the importance of each tool and how it is structured. And the author proves example code for how each tool can be used. The book's goal is to show you how you can set up an efficient automated development workflow for web projects (initialization, development, and deployment). But it also can give you a new appreciation for Gulp, Bower, and Yeoman. Gulp is described as "the build system" and "heart of your toolchain," and Stefan Baumgartner explains that "Gulp's main goal is to define a file-processing pipeline that runs your source files through multiple stages." Bower, meanwhile, is a dependency manager or "package manager." It manages the "self-contained modules that your application uses as a foundation for new software parts or as an extension to existing software." And Yeoman provides a scaffolding tool "that gets your project up and running," Baumgartner writes. "It creates the necessary folders, copies initial files (like build scripts), applies boilerplate code, and triggers the installation of dependencies."

You should have some experience with JavaScript and Node.js to effectively use this book. My four-star review of "Front-End Tooling" is closer to four and a half stars. I think that some of the code examples in the book could have been presented with a bit more clarity (such as where to best position some of the described new lines of code). Nonetheless, this is a worthy book for web developers wanting to know more about working with Gulp, Bower, or Yeoman.

My thanks to Manning Books for providing an advance reading copy for review.
Investing QuickStart Guide: The Simplified Beginner's Guide to Successfully Navigating the Stock Market, Growing Your Wealth & Creating a Secure Financial Future
Investing QuickStart Guide: The Simplified Beginner's Guide to Successfully Navigating the Stock Market, Growing Your Wealth & Creating a Secure Financial Future
Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, ClydeBank Media!

Oh, boy. This was a good book overall, but I definitely have some Opinions on it.

First, the good.
1. This is truly an absolute beginner's guide to investing. When many books say that they're a beginning guide to fill-in-the-blank topic, a lot of times they're only sort of right in that they expect you to know some definitions and some basic idea of the topic already. Not so with this book. Probably the book's greatest strength is that it starts from the very beginning. In that vein...
2-3. I loved how the first few chapters had really great fundamentals of investing, including really great definitions and little story problem math examples on how the various items worked.
3. The chapter on various financial statement analysis metrics was another very good introduction to the topic.
4. He had a really good emphasis on not freaking out when your investments are down and selling off based on feelings. Buy low, sell high is a fundamental that you cannot go wrong on. It's just figuring out the highs and lows that can get ya, as is the way that "traditional" investing works.

And the weaknesses. For the sake of full disclosure, many of these items I consider to be weaknesses because I do not agree with the author's strategy of investing. I'll explain as I go.

1. Throughout the book, I felt really confused as to whom this book was meant for. The beginning chapters had all the great definitions and story problems. There was another chapter where he talked about how he as a financial advisor wasn't snobby enough not to want to advise middle class people (vs those advisors that only accept people with over a certain threshold to invest). Those things made me think that this was for the Average Joan like me who wants to save for retirement. But then, there was this whole long chapter on derivatives, futures, options, etc. His warning about how risky these instruments are was not as fear-inspiring as I felt it should have been had this truly been a book for the Average Joan like me. Which also leads into...
2. YOU CANNOT HAVE A DISCUSSION ABOUT ROTH IRAS WITHOUT DISCUSSING NOW VS FUTURE TAX RATES. I'M SORRY, BUT YOU CANNOT. Seriously. The author does not misstate the benefits of Roth IRAs in that their growth is not taxable, but you also have to take into account that if you're waiting until retirement to pull from the Roth, you will PROBABLY have a lower tax rate by then (in which case you should think about putting the bulk of what you can into traditional IRA so that you pay less money in taxes OVERALL IN YOUR LIFETIME.
3. Here's where we get into critiques because I do not agree with the author's overall strategy. The author believes that "The mark of an excellent investor is to consistently outperform the market." Over time, the total stock market average growth is 8%. Why shouldn't I just come up with a good asset allocation and just invest my money in a total stock market index fund?? As the Average Joan investor, I don't have time to perform fundamental analysis for every stock I pick, and I am certainly not going to have any sort of information that gives me any insight that people who actually do this for a living will have. The author briefly mentions indexes, but he doesn't present a compelling case either for or against them. Which brings us to....
4. Fees. There is a short discussion of mutual funds/index funds, but there is NOT ENOUGH EMPHASIS on how actively traded funds include all sorts of micro fees and commissions and everything that absolutely DEVASTATE your investment growth over time. There is no discussion on the numbers behind why you want a fund that has 1% or less in fees as well as being a fund that doesn't generate a high trading volume (back to point 3: as the Average Joan investor, I buy and hold because I'm literally investing in the ENTIRE stock market with my low-cost index fund. Unless the literal apocalypse comes, I'm betting with my money that the market will rally over the long term, and I'd rather have the stability of the entire stock market than have to make guesses about what's going to go up and down in an attempt to beat the market).
5. The author overstates the benevolence/effectiveness of financial advisors. To be fair, he did mention that you should expect your advisor to have an ethics statement as well as to be fully transparent about their fees. However, he did not emphasize enough that they need to be EXPLICIT about whether they are legally required to act as your fiduciary or not. If they're not your fiduciary, there is no incentive for them not to push you into riskier investments where they might have a commission you don't know about. I do concede his point that advisors potentially help keep a client from selling off in times of panic, but you have to have the right advisor.
6. There is a cursory chapter on FIRE at the end of the book. Which is fine, but....due to his own interests of being a financial advisor (and therefore wanting your business to come to his company) there is no discussion on the actual fundamentals about how most FIRE people go about it. There's no discussion of the benefits of index funds and no discussion on safe withdrawal rates (which I consider to be two of the most fundamental parts of most FIRE plans).

So there you have it. As a "traditional" investment book (i.e. pick your specific stocks, use an advisor, etc.) this is a good book. But when there's so much data out there on how likely it is that you will consistently beat the market with your individual investments (view spoiler) I'm just not convinced that my total stock market index fund will be any worse than the alternative. In the words of John Bogle in The Little Book of Common Sense Investing, “Don't look for the needle in the haystack. Just buy the haystack!”
The Hunting Wind: An Alex McKnight Mystery (An Alex McKnight Novel Book 3)
The Hunting Wind: An Alex McKnight Mystery (An Alex McKnight Novel Book 3)
Steve Hamilton delivers another solid performance! I've just started reading the Alex McKnight novels, so far this one is my favorite.
First off, I really enjoyed the atmosphere that Hamilton creates with the location being in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It reminds me of Poisonville/Personville in Dashiell Hammett's Red Harvest.

Hamilton did a great job of linking years and time together between two close friends before the big leagues and after when they've both careers cut short. However, they are both linked by one time, place and a woman. McKnight's friend is in search of this lost woman because he could not let her go. Little does McKnight know, there is something deeper to the connection with this missing woman. Hamilton's characters are great and relate-able. I think we all have a friend like Randy, who has an itch that can't be scratched. I felt bad for McKnight being dragged into a case he didn't really want, but wanted to help out his friend. McKnight once again demonstrates his dominant trait of loyalty and trustworthiness. He doesn't stop until the mystery is solved. I think we could all use a friend like McKnight.

Great book, leaves you guessing til the end.
How We'll Live on Mars (TED Books)
How We'll Live on Mars (TED Books)
This book has plenty of good information and speculation with only a few errors. This is a topic that is extremely difficult to write about without making any mistakes at all. It's quite possible to write accurately one day and have that accuracy destroyed by new developments and discovery before actual publication. It's hard to explain to those who have not tried, the incredible breadth of knowledge required to discuss travel to and living on Mars unless that person has attempted it. As one who has essayed this effort in both fact and fiction (see ETCJournal.com and Mars Rhapsody), I can tell you it's a tough job. This book does the topic reasonable justice.

This book is designed to be read in a single sitting. As a result, it often does not plumb the depths of some topics. Quite a bit of the book details the history of the ideas of travelling to Mars, beginning with Wermer von Braun (pronounced: Verner fawn Brown).

Petranek covers the psychological, economic, and physical issues involved in getting to and living on Mars rather completely. He spends some time on Mars One and Elon Musk, suggesting that the former is a very long shot due to funding issues (I agree) and that the latter is almost guaranteed to succeed for a variety of reasons (I agree again). He spends a bit too much space on slamming NASA, albeit with some good reasons. He even indicts Richard Nixon as the primary person responsible for us not reaching Mars already.

As to the errors, they are relatively minor compared to the scope and thrust of the book. For example, the author writes, "When you run out of oxygen in a space suit, you can only breathe the carbon dioxide that you exhale for so long before you lose consciousness." In fact, you will die of carbon dioxide "poisoning" long before you use up the oxygen. Assuming that you are breathing regular air, oxygen is 20% of the content, and carbon dioxide is much less than 1%. By the time CO2 reaches 5%, O2 has dropped to just 15% because one CO2 molecule is produced for each O2 used. You have used up just 1/4 of the O2 available and are dead.

Petranek is very correct about no animals on Mars. They are much too inefficient as a source of food. He remarks that early Martian settlers will be vegetrarians. They'll actually be vegans, meaning that special attention must be paid to vitamins D and B12. These are available from sources such as yeast, lichen, and mushrooms. He also says that settlers are unlikely to produce more than ten percent of their own food. This pessimistic view contrasts strongly with some of his other optimism. Advances in genetic engineering, aeroponics, and fast hybridization should alter this forecast considerably. Self-suffciency is not just nice, it's a necessity.

The remarks on radiation are fairly accurate. Everyone should understand that radiation in space is about twice as harmful as that on Mars because cosmic rays come from all directions and are shielded from half of the cosmic sphere by Mars itself. Solar radiation also is shield half of the time, nighttime, by the planet as well.

Another pervasive issue is oxygen and atmospheric pressures. We have to have an oxygen partial pressure of around 150 millibars or so to survive. This is the pressure at the highest cities on Earth and is less than 1/6 of the pressure of the Earth's atmosphere at sea level. Even if the entire atmospheric pressure were this low, your blood would not boil. Other physiological processes may not be so amenable to low pressures. However, we should find out how low the pressure can go if we keep the partial pressure of oxygen constant at 160 millibars. Lower pressures mean lower construction costs and also have strong implications for terraforming Mars. In my book, Mars Rhapsody, I took the most optimistic view that you could live at 160 millibars of total pressure with all of it coming from oxygen.

The suggestion that plants can convert the CO2 into O2 in adequate amounts is way off. Mars has maybe 8-10 millibars of CO2. Converting it all to O2 would produce only that amount of oxygen, which is 20 or so times to low. Bacteria, lichen, and plants cannot "fix" Mars alone. We must have a much greater souce of O2. However, genetic engineering humans may be possible to make tolerating high CO2 levels and surviving with low O2 levels possible, but not without lots more O2 than you can get from plants.

The potential for genetic engineering humans to make them more radiation resistant, able to eat and metabolize plants that grow on Mars, making them able, perhaps by making them smaller, able to subsist on a limited diet, and allowing them to breathe much thinner air is explored in the book. The question not addressed is when these altered humans become a different species. What if we populate Mars to save our species but do so in such a way as to create an entirely different species? Earth humans, as we know them, may not be able to emigrate to Mars after all.

More discussion would be nit-picking. There's plenty in this book to recommend it. No one, even me, gets this entirely right, and no one knows all of the answers or even all of the problems. For a quick overview of how we'll get to Mars and how we'll live there, this is a very decent essay.
My Country 'Tis of Thee
My Country 'Tis of Thee
My Country 'Tis of Thee by Aretha Franklin. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the "Aretha Franklin" category.
BCBGMax Azria Women's Josanna Knit Off The Shoulder Dress
BCBGMax Azria Women's Josanna Knit Off The Shoulder Dress
Looooooooove it! fit as expected. I wear S and got S it is fit on point even it right now kinda large on me cuz I lost weight but still fit well and so cute and ELEGANT By the way, u don’t have to show your shoulders as you can adjusted to cover up which I love!
Shelter from the Storm
Shelter from the Storm
The wonderful thing about music and musical songs (lyric), to me, is that the listener can sometimes find personal meaning within the song (music/lyrics) or not. Which is great. Nevertheless, 'Shelter From The Storm' is a beautiful classic whenever I think of Bob Dylan - the piece took me into great places when I first heard the song and now it takes me back and then forward with a sense of what I know now is a multiple of what I learned back then.
Kids Infinity Gauntlet Cosplay Thanos Arm LED Lights Up Gloves Toys Gift
Kids Infinity Gauntlet Cosplay Thanos Arm LED Lights Up Gloves Toys Gift
Piece of junk-don’t waste ur money-didn’t light up-could not figure out how to open for the batteries-2 jewels fell out within 2 days (lost) should have come w/batteries for that amount of money I paid. My son wanted it SO BAD & hasn’t touched it since it broke & no lights- hard as a rock- can’t snap fingers like the character does! Don’t buy it ITS JUNK & a waste of hard earned money. Buy a different brand for sure!!
Wolverine Titan 8-in-1 High Resolution Film to Digital Converter with 4.3" Screen and HDMI Output (Yellow)
Wolverine Titan 8-in-1 High Resolution Film to Digital Converter with 4.3" Screen and HDMI Output (Yellow)
If you're older than a certain age, then you probably have a box full of old negatives/slides for pictures from the first part of your life. And you probably have realized that while you can take the prints from those pictures and mount them in a photo book, that's really old school, daddy-O! The big problem is that you can't easily share that photo book. Sure, you can regale your friends and neighbors with your photos and tales when they have the misfortune to say something like "oh, what's in THAT book over there?" But how many "likes" can you accumulate that way? How can you get your Aunt Debbie--who you haven't seen in, like, 30 years-- to fawn over pictures of you as a young ram? The answer is that as long as your pictures remain on negatives and prints...you can't.

But problem presented and now...problem solved. You need a slide scanner to convert those negatives to digital photos that you can titrate out each Throw Back Thursday from now until the cows come home. Slide scanners aren't new. But until a few years ago they were either entirely too expensive, or entirely too lousy to be of much use. Then a variety of lower priced scanners started to appear on the market. The usable low priced end of the market is represented by the Wolverine line.

All slide scanners amount to the following: You put a slide in front of light source and capture the projected backlit image on a "CCD" (the same photo capture technology used in digital cameras). The key differences among these scanners are: A) How fancy and automated a mechanism is used to feed the negatives/slides; B) How pure is the light source; C) How good is the CCD detector and D) How good are automated software options at cleaning up the captured images.

The Wolverine scanner here is--let's not delude ourselves--merely adequate in all these areas. But it's a situation where the sum is greater than the parts, and on the whole it's a wholly usable low cost solution to the problem. It does have its limitations, though. In particular, the low end CCD detector results in digital photos that are more than sufficient for things such as posting to Facebook or Snapchat, and probably for 4x6" prints, but aren't going to lead to satisfactory blowups at 8x10 resolution. Specifically, the digitized photos, which are captured at 5472x3648 resolution, are very noisy if you examine them at an actual pixels level. But viewed in full screen mode on a digital camera, or even on a 1920x1200 resolution monitor, they look pretty good. So know what you can expect to get here. If you need professional quality results that can be blown up, this is not the device for you--you'll need to spend 2x or more to go to the next level.

Beyond the noise in the captures, I found that this unit tended to add a blue cast to many digitized photos. This was easily removed in digital editing software and once removed, the remainder of the colors were vibrant and true.

Feeding the negatives is accomplished, in the common case of 135 slide negatives, by pushing the negative through a guide. Slides with some warp to them (typical of slides stored for years) sometimes took a bit of jiggling to get the slide strip to push through to the other side. Beyond that, it was trivially easy to line up each picture on a slide strip in the LCD viewer, push the two buttons required to capture the image, and to move on to the next picture. In about 2.5 hours I was able to digitize about 400 slides. Once you get the hang of it, the process is very fast.

The unit comes with a very limited amount of internal memory--enough to digitize about 20 slides. I'd strongly recommend using an external SD format memory card. I used a 32Gb card (the largest size officially supported) and that can hold about 7500 or so digitized images. The Wolverine scanner has a mode that allows you to transfer the saved pictures to your computer (PC or Mac) with a couple of button pushes. Alternative, you can take the memory card out of the Wolverine and use your favorite SD card reader.

There is very little in the way of options to optimize the captured images (a few color band adjustments that I found worthless), and no editing options. Honestly, I do the editing on the PC anyway, so the lack of editing options is irrelevant. For professional work, you would definitely want access to various capture options, which are not provided here. But as noted earlier, this is nice unit for the novice. Professionals will assuredly be looking elsewhere.

The Wolverine Titan comes with the digitizer, a USB cable, a USB power adapter (powers the digitizer), an assortment of various sized guides to let you capture different formats of slide/negative film, and a special brush that is used to keep the light source clean (important; you will assuredly need to periodically clean the light source or else you'll wind up with dust artifacts on your scans). The built in LCD is fine for aligning your slides before capturing them, but it's of relatively low resolution and not sufficient for any kind of detailed work. For that, you'll need to look at the slides on a PC.

On the whole, I found the Wolverine Titan to be a lot of fun, and very easy to use. Is it the best slide scanner on the market? Not a chance. But the ones that are appreciably better are also appreciably more expensive. If your goal is fast and easy conversion of slides to digital photos that will be used for social media or printing at nominal size (e.g. 4x6"), then this may well be the gateway from dusty photo box to digital that you've been searching for.
Carburetor With Intake Manifold Compatible with YAMAHA1987-1990&1992-1995 Moto-4 350 YFM350 |1987-2004 Warrior 350 |1987-1998 Big Bear 350 |1996-1998 Kodiak 400 YFM400 |1995 Wolverine 350 YFM35F
Carburetor With Intake Manifold Compatible with YAMAHA1987-1990&1992-1995 Moto-4 350 YFM350 |1987-2004 Warrior 350 |1987-1998 Big Bear 350 |1996-1998 Kodiak 400 YFM400 |1995 Wolverine 350 YFM35F
Would have gave it 5 stars based on how cheap it was to buy if not for 2 things: 1. Main jet was loose in the threads (not a big deal, always good to double check). 2. nut for the doubled sided bolt connecting the carb to the cylinder head was wayyy too big. needed to buy 2 new stainless steel hex socket cap bolts to use instead. just little details like this but not a huge deal.
Marvel Comics Deadpool Superhero Collapsible Mini Umbrella (Youth/Mens)
Marvel Comics Deadpool Superhero Collapsible Mini Umbrella (Youth/Mens)
Bought this for my grandson who is 11. He loves the design. It offers decent coverage however the handle is a little short even when fully extended. Don't know how well it will do in windy conditions have not been able to test that yet. Overall I think it is a great product for the price. Shipping and delivery were fast.
South of Deadwood - Too Tough to Brand - A Gun for Kilkenny (Dramatized)
South of Deadwood - Too Tough to Brand - A Gun for Kilkenny (Dramatized)
The title pretty much says it all. The only negative is that the country-western singer who does much of the narration was selected to sound like a old man in the West telling stories. Although he did well in that job, I'd have preferred he try to sound like he's not part of the story. Some narrators have the skill of not appearing in the story except as we become momentarily conscious of their skills, and this results in a smoother flow of the listener's fantasy.
La Mosaïque Parsifal (en 1 volume) (Thrillers) (French Edition)
La Mosaïque Parsifal (en 1 volume) (Thrillers) (French Edition)
Comme d'habitude, nous sommes dans l'univers Ludlum du complot international monté par une bande de fous furieux voulant faire un monde meilleur à leur image, prenant en modèle les principes de la race pure bien connus d'un autre fou furieux tout aussi connu et comme d'habitude, le héros se retrouve souvent seul contre tous. Mais l'histoire est bien ficelée, bien que parfois un peu trop emmêlée dans le dédale de différents groupe luttant ensemble et contre tous à la fois.
Karl May: Old Shatterhand, Winnetou und der christliche Glaube (German Edition)
Karl May: Old Shatterhand, Winnetou und der christliche Glaube (German Edition)
Ein sehr interessanter einblick in Karl Mays Leben! Seine "christlichen Botschaften" sind mir, wenn ich mich recht erinnere beim Lesn von "Durch's wilde Kurdistan" aufgefallen. Bei aller kritik der Karl May ausgesetzt war und vielleicht noch ist - berechtigt und unberechtigt - wird er mir durch dies Buch noch einmal sympathischer
Fire Double Staff, Set of 2, 3ft with Wick Made of Kevlar and Cushion Grip, by:Trick Concepts
Fire Double Staff, Set of 2, 3ft with Wick Made of Kevlar and Cushion Grip, by:Trick Concepts
I was hesitant to purchase this because I saw the review that said they had received 1 staff. However, I really liked the black tubing color, so I figured I would take the risk. The listing states that they come as a pair, so I could just return them if there was a problem.

I did receive a pair as the listing states, I’m very happy with the build quality and balance. I can’t wait to light them up!
Bathroom Quotes and Sayings Art Prints | Set of Four Photos 8x10 Unframed | Great Gift for Bathroom Decor
Bathroom Quotes and Sayings Art Prints | Set of Four Photos 8x10 Unframed | Great Gift for Bathroom Decor
These arrived on time and are very cute. A nice sturdy material with a bit of a shine to it (would be easy to clean if necessary). Surprisingly good quality (I thought they might be kind of cardboardy, but not like that at all). I'd recommend them to a friend.

My only reason for giving them 4 stars is that I wish they came with plain black frames. That would have to been so convenient. Granted maybe someone else would rather have frames of a different color and that could be an option as well. (Have the flu right now so I'll be off to buy 4 frames next week!)

Overall, very satisfied with my purchase.
Harry Potter Ravenclaw Crest Men's Black T-Shirt
Harry Potter Ravenclaw Crest Men's Black T-Shirt
Love the shirt. Looks as pictured. Even though it says Men's sizes, these are Asian Men's sizes and not your standard US/UK sizes. If you are getting this for a man, you'll need to go at least one size up (maybe two). I am a 5'7", 145 pound woman and I ordered a medium. It fits how I wanted it. I could have ordered a small, but I didn't want the shirt to be snug. I wanted a little room. If you are a woman and you want it snug, then order a size down from what you normally wear in women's. If you want room, then get the size you would normally wear in women's. (for example, I normally wear a women's medium, so I got a medium in this shirt and it gives me room). The only downside was when I got the shirt, it smelled of vinegar. I had to wash it a few times before the smell came out. The positive of that is that the shirt holds up in the wash.
Jingle Spells: Leaky's Rocking Christmas 2007
Jingle Spells: Leaky's Rocking Christmas 2007
This compilation CD has an awesome assortment of classic Wrock groups - providing a fun family friendly Christmas sampler of amazing Harry Potter themed music. How can something that's only been around for ten years have "classic" groups? Things move fast in the on line world and many of the wrock groups that ushered in this unorthodox genera of music had abandoned their MySpace pages before the term "wrock" came into use.

Does all of this sound Greek to you? What you really need to know is that if you or your family have read the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, this is a MUST HAVE CD for your Holiday listening! The songs are cheeky, soulful, silly, and heart warming - taken together its a candy-cane dipped in dark chocolate for your soul.

If you are fortunate enough to know most of the muggles behind these bands you know that this comes from the heart and it's the very manifestation of Dumbledore's famous words "Ah, music. A magic beyond all we do here!"

~SquibGirl
Anastasia Beverly Hills - Brow Definer - Ebony
Anastasia Beverly Hills - Brow Definer - Ebony
Very disappointed with this product. The retractable pencil part would break off even though only a small part of the product was exposed to be used. This happened many times. The broken piece of the product cannot be used because it is too small to hold. Before long, I had no product left within the applicator. I have not had this product long. I have used the Brow Wiz before with great results. This product seemed very old and dried out, which is probably why it would break so easily. What a waste of time and money. Going to try a different brand. This was not a cheap drug store purchase!

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