Before I start to tell you about the products that I got my hands on, here’s gonna be a short start-up post!
Having made so many decisions in life, you’re still expected to make decisions while shopping online. Deciding on which shop has a better offer, deciding on which shirt has a better design or nicer color, deciding whether to buy a few items together to earn that free shipping or just one item will do. Decisions, decisions. You may regret or you may be glad. It all depends on the outcome of your buy, satisfactory or disappointment.
I have always been the kind that would think twice before buying. Always found adding tonnes of items into the cart, and later on eliminating one by one. The same old story goes when I was placing an order on BeautyEncounter. Initially, I chanced upon two websites, both selling things that I wanted. While Beauty Encounter offered free gifts and samples, the other had a dollar off each product. Caught in a bit of struggle to make a choice between “a dollar off” or “free gifts”! As for me, “free gifts” happened to seem more alluring than a dollar off! Actually, no. I was just particularly interested in the free gifts and samples that the shop was giving. After adding tonnes of items in the cart, I had to eliminate the products that I don’t really want *at the moment*, especially so since I’ve added way too many lipsticks in the cart. I capped my orders at USD25, a minimum requirement to get the freebies! I’m so excited about getting my package! It’s gonna take some time before my orders actually reach me. The start of yet another week of waiting…
On the other hand, the after-shopping dilemma kicks in. After shopping for so much goodies, you just noticed the “NEW ARRIVALS” are fabulously attractive. Oh man, you just wish you can buy them all! Then again, reality says you can’t! And wise angel in you says you should stop here. Well well well, the wiser thing to do: Never check back on the site till your parcel has reached! Maybe you’ll be satisfied with your buys :> I’m practically convincing/persuading myself, no, No, NO!