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  • Ling Yang - The case looks and feels good. There is nothing wrong with the product

    The case looks and feels good. There is nothing wrong with the product. However, I wish it could be lighter and slimmer.

  • Jackie J - Maybe not for all hair types?

    I read every review. Every comment, I could find on this product and how to use it... I tried every way... Each time my hair felt dry and horrible after use. I waited, and waited for it to start working. I keep reading to make sure I read the suggestions properly. I'd read the back of the bottle EVERY single time I used it... My hair literally felt like if you grabbed a bunch of strands in both hands and 'snapped' the hair in half, instead of bending like flexible healthy hair should, it would just break in half...

  • Pat Pugh - Just say goodbye to your hair, this won't help.

    After a bad breakup with the love of my life, it seemed stress and anxiety overtook much of my inner being, and with that came the thinning of hair all over my head, which in turn only made me more stressed, and more anxiety ridden. So I looked for help in this matter and refused to try rogaine. I don't have balding in my family, but it seemed it became a part of my anyway. Ain't love grand? And while this product was good, nicely natural, didn't overly dry out my scalp, it didn't do anything for hair loss. So if you want something to replace your REGULAR shampoo and conditioner, this product line will not disappoint. But don't expect it to help with anything that it is claiming on the label. I tried a dandruff option as well, and that also did nothing save for smell nice and not have any negative affects.

  • chattykatty - Great stuff!!!

    I love Hair One Hair Cleanser and Conditioner with Jojoba - For Color-Treated Hair!!! My hair is very damaged from years of coloring. So I need help... I wasn't quite sold yet on the non-shampoo cleansing method until I tried this. I have fine hair. So I use 5 pumps per section of my head. Example: 5 on top, 5 on the right side, 5 on the left side and five in the back/nape area. Add a little extra water to "foam" it up. Pile my hair on top of my head and let it soak in 5-10 minutes. Rinse well then add my fave conditioner, leave that in a couple minutes and have my final rinse. That's it. Pretty easy. I've been using it for a week now and can tell a huge difference!!!!

  • Caleb Ford - VR requires pretty demanding hardware

    5 Stars for the price. If you look are looking for a rating comparing to other headsets, or a rating that deducts points for flaws, this is not that rating. I am just rating what you get for what you pay for. At this low a price, sacrifices had to be made. VR requires pretty demanding hardware, and that hardware is pretty expensive, so whether $400 is too much for you or not, fact is this is very cheap for what you are getting, just as a cheap house isn't necessarily cheap. Sony found the right price to offer VR that is plenty good enough for great games and a lot of fun (more fun than I hoped), while finally offering a headset at a price that is affordable for a whole lot more people than the PC and headset required for higher end VR. I haven't yet used the PS Move controllers so I can't review those, honestly I'm not too interested in those yet, but I am sure the other reports on tracking issues are accurate. Sony will need to make a new camera and new controllers for that. As for the headset tracking, it was just about flawless in the hours I have played, except when I leave the camera range but I was lazy and didn't set up the camera as effectively as I could have. The demo disc has a lot of great demos, I haven't even played a third of them yet and I am already more excited for the future of VR than I was before trying. Graphics aren't great but it doesn't ruin the fun. The graphics are good enough and I plan to get PS4 Pro later, which I'm sure will allow for higher resolution ports. Frame rate was fine. I don't know if it was 60 or what but I didn't feel like frame rates were lower than they should be. One issue is that VR, at least in some demos, blurs objects which are not in your view. I think the idea is to make it life like, as if you are not looking at them so they should be blurred.. but your eyes aren't fixed straight ahead so when you look around without moving your head the blur doesn't make sense. Your eyes naturally blur your peripherals so the headset doing it is not necessary. I'm sure this is something PS will realize and change in time. I can see myself getting nauseous if I wasn't careful, but I went in knowing the mind gets nauseous with movement it is not used to. This isn't some problem with VR. I got sick spinning on a tire swing or carousel as a kid, riding in cars for a long time while got me sick, boat rides got me sick, looking too close to a TV and spinning my characters first person view around made me sick. VR will surely get to me too until I'm used to it. I was fine with most games/experiences. I started off with slower ones, Thumper, Within, VR Worlds Ocean Exploration (think that's the name), Resident Evil 7.. and those were all fine. No nausea. But then I tested my limits it and I started the Eve Valkyrie demo. I held R1 to do a a barrel roll and my mind was actually convinced I was spinning and I immediately got a huge head rush of dizziness. It was really cool actually. You couldn't expect to get in a fighter jet, start doing barrel rolls on minute one of flying experience, and NOT get dizzy haha. If VR is tricking the mind, then it is working. I'll just have to see if exposure gets me used to it. Maybe I'll do a barrel roll once a day to build up my tolerance.