In this article I am going to unveil how to promptly spot genuine MAC Makeup UK only products from fakes and save yourself a lot of time, money and trouble in the process. This is a matter that concerns me a lot, especially when I talk to some of my friends here in the UK who are looking to buy Lip Gloss Ladygaga Makeup products online. Now and then I'll get an email or a call from a friend or reader who tells me that they've found this "really great deal on MAC Makeup products" (usually pigments, eye shadow or brushes). Most of the time I'll go to the website they tell me about (which is almost always eBay) and I will spot instantly that it's either a fake, or the offer isn't quite what they think it is… Take this recent example. A friend of mine called me up thrilled and said, "Guess what? I've found this great deal on eBay where you get 55 pigments for ￡25,… blah, blah, blah, yada, yada, yada". Well, guess what? She sent me a link and I took one look at it and I knew instantly that she hadn't read it right. On a site like eBay, to begin with whenever you see an offer like this you can pretty much be sure that it's not the correct sized item you're going to be receiving. It will be sent in a small short plastic container and what you're really going to receive will be about a quarter of a teaspoon worth, that's why you have to read ALL of the details - especially the small print. Nobody, but nobody can sell 55 full-sized genuine Mac Makeup Wholesale pigments for ￡25, particularly in the UK! The old classic rule: If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is! Always bear in mind that. To stay clear of buying Mac Lip Gloss cosmetics from a site like eBay is what I tell my friends and readers because one of the other main reasons is you cannot guarantee that it's the genuine product you're going to be getting. It is true; there are several people out there selling fake Mac Hello Kitty Makeup products; mainly to people in the UK because as we know, pretty well everything in the UK is more pricey and sellers will try to take advantage of that. From whom you buy from, you must be careful. If you're positive that you're going to buy Mac makeup Makeup on eBay then I want to give you a few of my tips for staying safe online and what you should watch out for: 1. The product comes with a free tool. If you come across anybody selling MAC Makeup such as eye shadow or sets and they're giving away a free tool with every product for instance a Sponge Tip Applicator, then STAY CLEAR! The product is almost definitely a fake. There is no genuine MAC products that ever come with a free tool such as a sponge tip applicator. 2. It has a number rather than a name. It is not real if any of the products they are selling, such as eye shadow or pigments have a NUMBER instead of an actual product name. I use a MAC eye shadow called Swiss Chocolate but if I saw a seller advertising a "MAC" product as a number (such as "C29" or whatever) then I would know that it was surely a fake. When advertising only genuine MAC resellers would know to only ever use the product name but there are certain products such as pigments do have number but they also have specific name. 3. Brush Sets. Fake MAC brushes are another common product people often get caught out with. If you ever see a seller selling a "MAC Brush Set" then it's a fake because MAC does not sell "Brush Sets". On occassion they might sell promo sets during the Christmas holidays, but these are always smaller versions of a particular product and not the regular full-sized product. 4. Check the sellers feedback. It goes without saying that you should read ALL of the seller's feedback before you buy. If they have very little or no feedback, then stay clear. Don't be the first person to find out the hard-way! 5. Read the fine print. On the sellers page always read every last detail to ensure that you're not just getting tiny little tester pots that will just cover enough for one application. Here are the three most common MAC products that often get copied: 1) Eye shadow 2) Pigments 3) Brushes Go to maccosmetics.co.uk and check to see if you can find that particular product listed on their website. That's the probably the easiest way to see to it that that you never get taken advantage of. If it's not on there, then it's a fake. Plain and simple! Generally speaking, just be careful because I would hate for you to get ripped off. Keep in mind, buying MAC Makeup UK products from anyone other than a genuine reseller can not only be damaging to your wallet but even worse, damaging to your skin!
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