About two weeks ago, LivingSocial posted a new deal! Yay right? It was titled “Nude Eyeshadow Palette 3 options”. The price? $19.99. Something inside of me tingled. Could it be true? Could LivingSocial be selling Urban Decay Naked Palettes for $19.99?
I mean the description sounded vague, yet alluded to it being the real thing. Check out the verbiage:
Pretty up your peepers in matter of moments and enjoy luscious, robust, and fresh colors when you utilize this Nude eyeshadow palette. Available in three styles, this palette includes 12 stunning shades.
- Brand: Nude
- Shades: 12
- Palette Options: 3
- Palette Size: 20cm x 6.7cm x 1.6cm
- Great for all skin types
Ok so… Nude eyeshadow…. ok…
Palette looks like Urban Decay Naked. Ok…
$49.99 value? I’m sold. It has to be the real thing right?
So I decided, not because I wanted the palette for personal use, but because there was so much buzz and doubt from my peers, to order one of these palettes and see what I got. I decided on Nude Palette 3, which looks a lot like Urban Decay Naked 3, you know, the one with the rose gold toned shadows. Order placed. Delivery confirmation was sent a few days later. Mailman runs, palette delivered. Open the package…
Ok I’m gonna chill. It’s a box with no label. No biggie, Let’s open the palette shall we….
I take one look at the shadows and yell…
It’s fake. Phony. Imitation. Dummy. Reproduction. Imposter. A sham. A hoax. It’s not real.
But LivingSocial never said it was real either. Bottom line, if you see this palette hoping for the real thing, you won’t get it.
Post links to the deal? For why? RUN GIRL!