What is the best shampoo and conditioner at local drug stores?
Well i have long(ish) hair and is brunette and am currently using pantene for brunette but i hear pantene is bad so i am looking fr something that gives shine volume and strength and i could get at local drug stores..
thanks for the help!
Question answered by SuzyQ
I love Garnier Fructis! I use the shampoo for body and volume. I use the sleek and shine sheer conditioner for fine flyaway hair. I love the way it makes my hair look and feel. I wouldn't use anything else! You can get it at Walmart for under $3 a bottle. It's a little more at the drug store.
How do you match foundation to skin at a drug store?
because i need to go to drug stores since department stores are really inconvenient and expensive! but i am not very good at matching my skin tone.. is there anything i can do?
Question answered by ASDZA’NI
Ask the store their return policy on makeup if its the wrong color.
Also you can go to the stores that let you try makeup before you buy it and at least find what colors are best for your skin tone and look for those colors in the drug store.
I have seen on cover girl displays with a plastic square labeled with foundation colors and clear square in the middle of each to hold over your hand to see which matches your tone best.
(I believe it was for TRUblend)
One other thing you might look into is Avon or MaryKay.
They have reps that will help you find your color and even give you samples to try before you buy.
I don't believe they are as expensive as department stores.
Why do drug stores make sick people walk all the way to the back of the store to get their prescription?
Why do drug stores make sick people walk all the way to the back of the store to get their prescription, but smokers can get their cigarettes up front? Shouldn't it be the other way around...
Question answered by neurodiverse
That's an excellent question. Unfortunately I cannot provide you with a solid answer, but only speculation.
First, it would be logical to put the pharmacy in the vicinity of the other drugs which are available on shelves. However, putting the shelved drugs up front is a poor choice due to their high frequency of theft. The best solution would be to place it all in the back, and work under the assumption that the sick are able enough to gather a prescription or they would be in the hospital for treatment. I do believe that the rate of theft would be more frequent than the number of sick people unable to walk to the back of the store for their drugs.
Cigarettes on the other hand, would be in the front of the store for advertising purposes. It is a hefty industry, and as such they have the money to fork out for that kind of recognition. Cigarette companies actually bid for their placement in stores, and so it is natural they would be in the front. There is also a correlation with cigarettes increasing overall sales in stores. People come to buy a pack of cigarettes, and end up with other products as well. In that sense, it is also logical for them to put cigarettes in the front of their store.
In the end, it's all about money.
What section of a Japanese drug store could Miracle Berry be found?
Where in a drug store in Japan could Miracle Berry be found?
What section of a drug store would it most likely be found in? This goes for either the berries themselves, or in tablet form.
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Question answered by taiyaki
Miracle Berry is unusual in Japan.
It is not sold in usual drug store.
The tablet is sold by the mail order.
The seedling might be able to be bought in a part of gardening shop.
The fruit arrives to the fruits shop very unusually.
How many drug stores are there in the United States?
I'm trying to find a good source for the number of drug stores in the United States, by drug store chain, by year. I want to show the growth of each chain by year, for the past 10 years or so. Any suggestions?
Question answered by Yorky
Business census data would be the best source. Or you could just look at the major ones like Walgreens, Cvs, etc.
Whats the difference between drug store eye liner and the expensive brand?
Whats the difference between drug store pencil eye liners and the expensive name brands like M.A.C and Sophoria, and bobbi brown.
Question answered by Rina
Drug store pencil eye liners ARE name brands like:
L'oreal Paris (5th best makeup company voted online out of 10)
Revlon (6th best makeup company voted online out of 10)
Estee Lauder (9th best makeup company voted online out of 10)
Are there any drug stores that will sell the katy perry shatter nail polish?
I was wondering if there may be any drug stores that will sell the katy perry shatter nail polish. I know that many of them sell nail polish in general (like walgreens or rite-aid and stuff like that) so do you think they'd carry it? Or are there any others that might?
Question answered by C J
Drug stores don't normally carry OPI products, and even if they do it is generally a very limited selection from their permanent collection instead of limited edition collections like Katy Perry. Your best bet is to try Ulta if there's one near you, or find a salon or beauty supply retailer through www.opi.com (go to the 'Where to Buy' tab at upper right).
What's the difference between drug-store and 'professional make-up'?
Is there any true difference between drug-store make-up and professional make-up? I honestly want to know. I'm 14 and I am very skilled at makeup, but I only use drug-store make-up, so is there any difference in case I would like to start buying professional make-up? Is it worth all the money you spend on it?
Thanks in advance
Question answered by Lexi
It just depends on the brand ig. Professional makeup has different qualitys, like it can last longer and stuff. But some drug store makeup can do the same thing. I use clinque foundation- thats the only proffesional stuff i have. Make up is make up. I suggest L'oreal, CoverGirl, Revlon, and Mayballine. DONT EVER USE WET N WILD. Js.
What drug store product is good to use while straighting hair?
My hair naturally flips out on one side and in on the other. I think it looks funny. When I straighten my hair, it stays put for a bit but by the middle of the day or night it's back to flipping out. What product can I use that's available in drug stores (or related stores) so that my hair won't flip out on one side? I can't afford salon stuff.
Question answered by Carolyn F
I would try Motions puffy and dry hair relaxer.
Where can I find a good brand of black nail polish in drug stores?
I was wondering if anyone knew a good brand of Nail Polish ... I heard that OPI was a good brand, but do they sell it in drug stores like Shoppers Drug Mart? (Or any other drug store in Canada) ...
Or any other good brand that is cheap..? Thanks a million ^^
Question answered by lalala
well i live in america but they probably sell oreally (sp?) in the drug stores in Canada i'm not sure tho
also they must have hot topics there & i know thats not a drugstore but you can get really good nail polish for 99cents there
oh & another drugstore brand would be revlon's dark pleasures
hope i helped