Low score for flawed design. It has a metal file on one end and the shaver is on the other end. You slide a clear plastic guard over one end of the other, and this acts as the handle. The guard in position over file end allows you to use the callus shaver end, and vice versa. This design is problematic because the guard doesn't fit snugly - it wiggles and wobbles in your hand as you use it. The button you press to release the guard for switching between file and callus shaver is in a bad spot. It's being pressed down while you use the product, making the guard feel even more wobbly. Even though it's an sturdy product (it's mostly metal after all) it feels quite flimsy to use. This is totally unacceptable for such a potentially dangerous tool. It has a freaking razor blade on it. It should feel secure in your hand! Buy a different callus shaver (try ebay) that is not dual-purpose like this one. Get one with a solid handle. The product does work - it's a razor blade. But I'm not going to use it much, if ever, since I don't feel secure handling it. Ideally you're supposed to use the product after your shower, on soaked-soft skin. So on top of the wobbly handle they want to add wetness to the equation? If I may nitpick, the instructions on the packaging/sephora are quite bad. The video tweezerman has on youtube explaining how to use this is just as bad! Fortunately it's not too hard to figure out, but with such a potentially dangerous product I feel directions should be really clear. Finally, the product comes with a small, discrete guard covering only the sharp part. It's not readily apparent that this is a piece you need to remove in order to use the product; at first I thought the product just didn't work. It took me a while to figure this out, THEN I was scared of how to remove the little guard piece because I didn't want to hurt myself. I realize I sound like an accident-prone fool in this review but I don't care. I think this is a very poorly designed and poorly supported product and I want to "warn" people of that.
Jennifer Aniston is a massive star and like it or not, she's ascended celeb status and has become an all-american style icon. She's never going to be desperate for money or relevance, unlike so many other celebs that put out a fragrance to cash in on their 15 minutes of fame. Because of this, I figured her fragrance would be more than just a cash grab. I thought it would be a ~passion project~ for her (meaning it would at least be interesting and high-quality, even if I didn't like the actual smell), but it seems I was wrong. I can't believe how overpriced this is. It belongs in a pharmacy on the shelf next to Shakira's perfume. Or in the grocery store next to the Febreeze. Everyone's noses and chemistry are different so I don't see the point in going into detail about the fragrance. To me it just smells like a generic floral perfume or body spray. I don't smell soap or ~clean~ I don't smell jasmine, I don't smell beach, I don't smell powder. Just very faint white flowers. It's so weak that even when you first spray it on, it's as if you'd been wearing it for hours and it was almost gone. I can't smell it unless I have my wrist to my nose and take a DEEP whiff. I had to stick my wrist right in my mom's face for her to smell anything, and she did agree that it was very faint even with my skin right up to her nose. I read the reviews beforehand, so I wasn't expecting the scent to slap me in the face; I did expect ~softness~ but this is ridiculous. I don't think someone could smell this even if they hugged you. I got both the rollerball (EDP) and a .25 oz bottle (EDP). The rollerball flat-out doesn't work, and I see now in the reviews that I'm not the only one with this problem. The EDP gives you a lot more product (it squirts out in a less-than elegant way, it does not spritz or mist) so you get a little stronger smell, but use up a lot of it quickly. I can't imagine many people seeing this review because I think by now the word is out and women know to avoid this flop product. I mainly just wanted to whine. It's such a rip-off for the money you're paying. I bought both items on clearance so I'm not out a lot of money, but it makes me kind of angry to think of all the people who spent eighty dollars or whatever for a full bottle. I'm side-eyeing Jennifer for putting this crap out, that's for sure. I thought she was "cooler" than to do something shady like this. Silly me.
Eww, instant spider lashes. This is the most clumpy mascara I've tried in a while. I know some people can deal with clumpy formulas because they meticulously comb their lashes after applying, but that isn't even an option with this product, because as soon as you brush it on, the thick waxy formula is almost instantly dried and your lashes are too clumped up to comb. It also weighed down my lashes and made them droop. I don't know about longevity - I hated the results so much, I removed the product right away. This mascara went straight into the trash after one use. Maybe it was old/defective or something. Even if that's the case, I won't make the effort to try it again because the brush sucks, too. It's a straight cylinder shape with no tapering, and the bristles are too short/sparse for my liking. I much prefer the Smashbox Full Exposure Mascara that I got at the same time I bought this product. Very buildable formula that doesn't clump or weigh my lashes down, and it has a big bushy brush with a tapered tip, just how I like it.