Which product category is more influential in where you decide to shop?
Neither really - power tools
Definitely beauty...! Sephora, Ulta, some at drugstores, salons, etc.
Emsies what do you use for your curly hair? My niece has same "problem" and has not found anything to keep her curls from puffing into frizz.
@emsies me too
Hair care stuff...
I have the most annoying curly hair, and I use special stuff for it.
Costco because of laundry and cleaning by bulk.
Neither. Prices and convenience influence where I shop
Don't hate me because I'm crazy beautiful yo. Lol
Cleaning. Cleaning products not tested on animals are trickier to find, so I go where I can find them. There are plenty of cosmetics not tested on animals.
What a dumb set of choices, it should have been groceries ( ie. Kroger, Publix) or household items ( ie. Walmart, Target)
I very rarely buy either type of product, but if beauty = cosmetics, then I buy beauty products about once every year or two.
Well, as a guy, I took beauty products as deodorant and hair grease/gel. Or would that be cleaning? I don't even know...
These numbers are surprising - you can get detergent at dollar tree
I'm a guy so ???????
Tide is sold almost everywhere. The same cannot be said for Clinique. That being said...I am buying most of both online nowadays.
Lol, sex filters...
I can pick up cleaning products at any Rite Aid or Duane Reade or major stores like Target, etc. Beauty products I tend to be pickier about. Mainly stick to M.A.C. or Sephora.
Terrible question...but even Tony isn't perfect!
I don't live on my own yet ap I'm leaning towards beauty products even though I only use them for special occasions like me as I am not as you want ;)
Pointless question... :/
Three kids, two cats, and a husband that could be a poster-child for Dirty Jobs. Cleaning/laundry because my sanity depends on it!
Neither, really. Honestly, this question is kinda pointless. I mostly shop at Target or Walmart bc they're open late. 11pm/24hrs, respectively.
I do laundry. I clean. I don't use beauty products. Easy question, but not really on point. Regardless of what I need, the only thing that influences where I shop is where can I get in, get what I need, and get back out the fastest? I'd do all of my shopping at a drive-through if I could.
I've been known to do laundry...
I don't buy beauty products where I buy cleaners & detergents.
Cool, I beat him to it.
Anyone who votes for Romney seriously doesn't understand politics or economics.
Beauty products. When I find that "works or me " product I will shop wherever they carry it.
Well. I don't buy beauty products. I chose laundry.
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How bout neither. Location decides where I shop
Gadgets gadgets - Office Max, Radio Shack...
Laundry & cleaning. Because laundry implies the use of electrical appliances and all I really care about is consumer electronics.
I'm a woman. What do you think -)
Wasted question :/
One cleaner is the same as all cleaners. But if they don't have my shampoo then I can't shop there.
And neither there both boring
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