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In the world of makeup there is most certainly a difference between cheap products and those that you may purchase on a budget. The differences are subtle and can be nearly impossible to spot but with a keen eye and a bit of extra attention you can pick out the good budget items from the trash that is cheap cosmetics. The first thing you want to look at is packaging. Often times cheap brands that use inexpensive ingredients or that are not at all good for your skin will use flashy packaging to detract from their sub par products. This tactic is the easiest way for these brands to draw in customers and get them to purchase these items without looking at the ingredients. It is always important to take a quick look at the ingredients and try to familiarize yourself with ingredients that are in more expensive brands and that work well with your skin.
The next thing to remember is that if something seems too good to be true, it most likely is. With cosmetics you are paying for three things, the ingredients, the packaging, and the endorsement. If you find an inexpensive brand that looks incredibly similar to a high cost brand except for the price, odds are that this brand is simply copying the ad campaigns and overall package design of the larger brand to dupe customers into buying the product. When purchasing cosmetics for far less than you think they should cost you should be aware that the product that you get will be reflected in the price. You should take the time to try out as many budget friendly brands as possible to find one that works. It may cost a little more to buy an item that is not cheap but it will save you money when you do not have to run out and buy another when the cheaper product does not work.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|