How to Spot πŸ‘ Fake Vs. Designer Makeup πŸ’„ for Girls Wanting to Make Sure It's Legit ✌🏼️ ...

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Looking for a good deal on your favorite designer makeup is never a bad thing!

Good quality makeup is expensive, after all, and saving a little cash wherever possible is always on our minds.

But be careful with good deals though, it's possible your purchase could be a knock-off version of the real thing!

If you're interested in knowing if your recent or future purchase is a fake or the real deal, keep reading!

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1. Price Point πŸ€‘

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One of the best ways to spot fake designer makeup is an extremely low price point.2

If your product is marked down by 50% or more, it's probably fake!

It's hard to pass up a good deal when you see one, but just keep in mind that designer makeup almost never retails for that cheap!

2. Packaging 🎁

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The packaging is a dead giveaway when spotting a real vs.

fake makeup item!

Cheap materials are light-weight, poorly constructed, and may have additional items--like applicators--that don't come in a legitimate designer product.

The best way to determine the difference is to physically see and compare a real designer product to a potential fake.

Once you know how they're supposed to be packaged, it's easy to spot the difference!

3. Where You Bought It πŸ’°

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The third most relevant way to tell the difference between a fake and real designer makeup product, is where you got it from!

EBay, Amazon, and independent sellers are notorious for selling knock-off products for an extremely low price.

Notice if the product is shipping from China, which is another dead give away.2

The only way to guarantee you're getting the real deal is to make your purchases from legitimate retailers, like Sephora or Ulta!

4. Texture πŸ’„

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Designer products have a specific texture that reveals its quality.

Buttery shadows, creamy foundation, opaque lip products, etc, are all markers of a quality product.

How does the texture compare to a product you know is real?

If the shadows are powdery and have little color pay off, they're probably fake!

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