Truth is, I didn’t want you to buy anything! As an affiliate for a fair number of brands, I’m happy to pass on links for products I’ve bought myself, make up and skin care, I’ve actually used.
The problem with Black Friday ‘deals’ is that often offers aren’t really bargains unless you’re stocking up on products you already own, and you know for sure, they’re at a discounted price. I also guarantee these ‘special offers’ will whirl around again come January anyway.
Plus, I can see that a good few of you are actually purchasing items I recommend – which is great, I love that you trust me.
I’m more than happy to make my own purchases and only accept products to review if they’re different, or I think they’ll be of genuine interest to you. I’ve earned enough from sponsored posts (clearly marked y’all), this year to pay for blog hosting for another 3/4 years.
I don’t buy products for this blog, I buy them for me and if they’re any good, I will let you know. On that subject, my next review is a mascara that looks the same at the end of day as it did when first applied. If you’ve got short, spindly eyelashes, this is one for you.
OH AND ONE LITTLE THING…
Mandy. Gurl, I know you’ll read this at some point.
When I recommended Pipdig WordPress themes for your blog when you became self-hosted and showed you my new site, I didn’t mean for you to copy my logo.
old and can’t be arsed chilled to make a thing of it and the font is freely available to everyone but, you know…blog etiquette and all that jazz.
PS You spelt gorgeous wrong – I’m hacked off with you, but I don’t want you looking silly, so you should probably change that.