Category Archives: Deal or No Deal

Deal or No Deal Review Too Faced Chocolate Gold Metallic/Matte Eye Shadow Palette Metallic/Matte

My plan was to have this article go up on Saint Patrick’s Day, but my product photos and swatches got lost. Natural light is best for swatches so I had to wait for daylight to retake them. Happy Belated Saint Patrick’s Day! As someone who is 64.3% British and Irish, I like to celebrate. Yes, I know that is a specific number, and I also know that those are two different countries. 23andme never told me how much of each I am. The scores were just combined. Thankfully, I there are a lot of green eyeshadow shades in my collection. Tom Ford Emerald Lust is still at my ex’s house so I decided to go with the palette I’ve tested for a deal or no deal review.

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Deal With a Discount or No Deal Review Original Sprout Natural Shampoo and Hair & Body Wash

This review is for parents or anyone who likes to sample natural products. These are products my kids and I both use. I know the struggle to find products that work well for kids is a challenge. Even the ones who do not keep sensitive skin as they grow do not always start that way. When my boys were young, it took a lot of trial and error to find products that cooperated with their eczema and sensitive skin. I prefer when products are gentle enough for them, but I like to use them as well.

Have you ever seen something on sale or clearance and wondered if it was worth the reduced price tag? Some items come out and are just priced wrong so supply and demand eventually cause the market to adjust the price. Faulty pricing could be a result of poor product performance, lack of perceived value, over saturation, or a number of other factors. When overpriced items do not sale, retailers place them on sale or clearance to get rid of them. When items are amazing, word of mouth, social media, positive reviews, and advertising usually help the item sell out at the launch price. Naturally, one would think deeply discounted items are all junk. That is not always true. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. There are many things I like that others do not and vice versa. Some items are just underrated. As such, I like to take a chance on some sale and clearance items. It is actually a challenge to see if I can discover some true gems. Of course, many of these items are on clearance because they have been discontinued. Falling in love with something you cannot buy again is not always ideal.

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Deal or No Deal Review: Lush Elf & Aliens and Monsters Fun

For a deal shopper, paying full price for any product is never ideal. We do not always have a choice. There is always a chance that items will get discounted after their launch. You can always wait for the price to drop if you think it is not justified. That means you will get it after everyone else, but that’s never bothered me much. Waiting allows real reviews to filter in to see if the product is living up to the hype. It also lets you dedicate full-price purchases to the items you really want and cannot wait for. What happens if you’ve waited, but the price never drops? You either have to make your peace with never trying it, hope you will get the item as a sample, or pony up the full-price. The bright side is most retailers offer free samples, or a gift with purchase to slightly soften the blow. Waiting until a GWP you really want pops up is an excellent way to finally get the item you want to try. If you pay full-price for a $40 palette that is subpar, you cannot call the product you paid for a deal because the GWP was worth over $40. You can say your overall purchase was a deal if you feel that way. These reviews will only take the product itself at the full retail price into account. A low price is not always a good deal and a high price is not always a deal breaker.

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Deal With a Discount or No Deal Review: Becca Light Chaser Highlighter Opal Flashes Jade

Have you ever seen something on sale or clearance and wondered if it was worth the reduced price tag? Some items come out and are just priced wrong so supply and demand eventually cause the market to adjust the price. Faulty pricing could be a result of poor product performance, lack of perceived value, over saturation, or a number of other factors. When overpriced items do not sale, retailers place them on sale or clearance to get rid of them. When items are amazing, word of mouth, social media, positive reviews, and advertising usually help the item sell out at the launch price. Naturally, one would think deeply discounted items are all junk. That is not always true. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. There are many things I like that others do not and vice versa. Some items are just underrated. As such, I like to take a chance on some sale and clearance items. It is actually a challenge to see if I can discover some true gems. Of course, many of these items are on clearance because they have been discontinued. Falling in love with something you cannot buy again is not always ideal.

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