Simplehuman dominated the nominations in our recent kitchen trash cans Kinja Co-Op, and Amazon’s running rare discounts on several models of all shapes and sizes today.
It’s no secret that the perfect conditioner is the holy grail of female accomplishment. When found, it will imbue you with the wanton power of a modern day fertility goddess—swishy, silky, glossy. Or so legend goes. Now, we want to know what conditioner (and process!) you swear by. Here are some ground rules: Mark in…
After a heated debate on the merits of lady razors, a few have emerged victorious. Dollar Shave Club dominated with almost 50% of votes, but had some fervent naysayers. Luckily, our winners each fit smugly into one category: The mail order, the safety razor, the disposable, and the really disposable. Do read on and…
Let’s be clear. This Co-Op is intended for razors that ladies use, not for lady razors. It’s a well documented fact that the difference in quality between womyn-marketed shaving accoutrements and their male counterparts is negligible, but that the price difference is seismic. So, we just want to know what you use to…
Our best pens nominations round was the biggest so far. Here are the five you signed off on, and now it’s time to vote for a winner.
Sometimes it’s just better to write things down than type them in. What’s your go-to tool for the task? Write in and tell us.
These are the four pair of women’s running shoes you were willing to take a stand for, and it’s time to find a winner.
The competition was tight, but these five pair made it out of the dressing room with you, and now it’s time to find a winner.
Fall is upon us. Layer up and pair your favorite ballet flats with some new tights, but which ones? Tell us in the comments.
Sony’s Rx100 series of point-and-shoot cameras made the category relevant again, and took down 56% of your votes. Relatively pocketable, and with a range of price points, the RX100 series has an offering for everyone that wants better images than a smartphone can provide, and knows they shouldn’t go down the lens…
Our memory cards are packed with your best point-and-shoot nominations and we’ve rounded up the five most popular. Now it’s time to find a winner. Compose, focus, vote.
It’s safe to buy a point-and-shoot again. While smartphone cameras have certainly improved in recent years, you can still get a lot more from the small package of a quality point-and-shoot, without adding the bulk of interchangeable lenses. So tell us, which point-and-shoot is best?