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YSL touche eclat £15.99 @ Amazon

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2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago
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Thank you
Just ordered!
Will hide the dark circles I've now got from sitting staring at my computer screen for 22 hours/day looking for invisible deer!!!

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#1
agreed, heat. Thanks op.
#2
Good deal, especially if you got the bespoke amazon vouccher!!
#3
It looks like a fake. Read last reviews.
#4
The fake reviews look like older ones, the more recent reviews don't mention it.
#5
Those fake reviews are people who bought from market place. This is AMAZON DIRECT. They aren't fake.
1 Like #6
Good price although my did no difference to my under eye skin at all.
#7
Only shade no.1 (Lighter shade) at this price more darker shade 1.5 and 2 are still above £20
#8
It's a fake, read the reviews. Like they say if a deals too good to be true it's probably not.
1 Like #9
It's NOT fake. Those reviews are probably people who have bought from market place which is no better than ebay for fakes. I've always got mine from Amazon themselves which these are and they aren't fakes!
11 Likes #10
Thank you
Just ordered!
Will hide the dark circles I've now got from sitting staring at my computer screen for 22 hours/day looking for invisible deer!!!
3 Likes #11
megcompton
Thank you
Just ordered!
Will hide the dark circles I've now got from sitting staring at my computer screen for 22 hours/day looking for invisible deer!!!
Think admin need to add this to the list of prizes, we will all be needing it soon!!
#12
At least we'll have pretty eyes (+ no flamedeer)!!!
#13
Excellent price nice find :)
#14
Ordered, had it before and it is legit.
#15
Oooh good price!
Heat :D
#16
Nice find OP, perfect timing as mine is due to run out.. :D
#17
Fantastic price for this.............heat added
#18
I voted hot but Aldi used to the same concealer under the Aldi name that was better than this one and cost a couple of quid.I think after not stocking them for months they are being sold again now.
#19
patti
I voted hot but Aldi used to the same concealer under the Aldi name that was better than this one and cost a couple of quid.I think after not stocking them for months they are being sold again now.

I wouldn't say it's better, but it's ok if you're on a budget. This is definitely a luxury item but I can't live without it! It's amazing for days when you can't be bothered with full makeup!
#20
Bought. Cheers OP.
#21
Pink.Yes sorry worded that wrong its not better but more affordable and is good.But i would think if your used to Ysl Touche Eclat u know difference .
#22
Fab price! :)
#23
Aldi ones are not on sale all the time only when they have specials on as I've tried to get them
#24
Aldi's own is just as good and a fraction of the price
#25
Was gona get one as a present - but then realised there are several types!
#26
I just paid £20 in Gibralter for this thinking that was a bargain. It was 26.99 EURO on Ryanair.
#27
Purchased this earlier for £18.98. Contacted support and they refunded the difference. Heat from me
#28
i had bought this and it was definitely a fake, thankfully amazon refunded immediately
1 Like #29
Ordered for SWMBO, thanks OP!
#30
patti
I voted hot but Aldi used to the same concealer under the Aldi name that was better than this one and cost a couple of quid.I think after not stocking them for months they are being sold again now.



oooo thanks for this tip, will check out my local Aldi :-)
1 Like #31
pinkchick1987
patti
I voted hot but Aldi used to the same concealer under the Aldi name that was better than this one and cost a couple of quid.I think after not stocking them for months they are being sold again now.

I wouldn't say it's better, but it's ok if you're on a budget. This is definitely a luxury item but I can't live without it! It's amazing for days when you can't be bothered with full makeup!

Agreed ! It's amazing how much difference this stuff can make without having to slap (trowel) on the full face...
#32
PINKYD33
i had bought this and it was definitely a fake, thankfully amazon refunded immediately

Unfortunately lots of stuff on Amazon marketplace is fake, like ebay. Even fulfilled by Amazon. It's just sellers holding their on stock in the warehouse.

Which is where the fake reviews come from. It was the same when Amazon sold benefit. If you buy from Amazon as the actual seller. These won't be fake.

Lost count of the amount I've ordered off them over the years and I can spot fakes a mile off. As I've been using this since forever.
#33
i didn't buy from marketplace, it was direct from amazon, exactly the same link
#34
Gaminggirl
PINKYD33
i didn't buy from marketplace, it was direct from amazon, exactly the same link

The link goes to about 20 sellers. I've bought of market place before (benefit) and thought it Amazon and got fake. Fwiw Amazon refund cosmetics and food stuff no questions asked of there isn't a pattern of you doing it as they can't be refunded.

I must've had 20+ from Amazon and hundreds of cosmetic items, not one fake. Accusing a huge company of selling fakes is a big thing to do on a forum.

They can easily sell these for £16-18 and make a profit as the mark up on cosmetics is huge.
so for future reference if i click on the link and buy from the one its defaulted to is that amazon direct? as thats what i did previously assuming it was aazon and not a private seller
#35
PINKYD33
i didn't buy from marketplace, it was direct from amazon, exactly the same link


The link goes to about 20 sellers. I've done that before and got fakes benefit. Also if you phone up and complain about cosmetics and food stuff. If you don't do it out of habit. Amazon refund you no questions asked as they won't resell returned cosmetics or groceries.

I've had about 20 over the years and 100's of other items especially when they did benefit and not one fake, ever. I wouldn't say Amazon sell fake cosmetics personally. As I've never experienced it. The margin on these means they won't be going out of pocket anytime soon.
#36
PINKYD33
Gaminggirl
PINKYD33
i didn't buy from marketplace, it was direct from amazon, exactly the same link

The link goes to about 20 sellers. I've bought of market place before (benefit) and thought it Amazon and got fake. Fwiw Amazon refund cosmetics and food stuff no questions asked of there isn't a pattern of you doing it as they can't be refunded.

I must've had 20+ from Amazon and hundreds of cosmetic items, not one fake. Accusing a huge company of selling fakes is a big thing to do on a forum.

They can easily sell these for £16-18 and make a profit as the mark up on cosmetics is huge.
so for future reference if i click on the link and buy from the one its defaulted to is that amazon direct? as thats what i did previously assuming it was aazon and not a private seller

Sorry I accidently hit delete on my post and re did it. That link can change all the time yes. Depending on stock/price/listing preferences. Amazon won't always be no1 choice. So it won't always be Amazon's you've added. I found that when I got a fake benefit eyeliner.
#37
Ordered using bespoke vouchers so even cheaper !

Thats all of GF's presents now done and dusted
#38
I stocked up with 4. The longest I've ever seen it hold its price this low!
#39
I've bought these before from amazon (not marketplace) and they were definitely fake. It's not worth risking putting fake items with unknown ingredients on your skin, especially around the eyes.
#40
alilovesshoes
I've bought these before from amazon (not marketplace) and they were definitely fake. It's not worth risking putting fake items with unknown ingredients on your skin, especially around the eyes.

Report them to trading standards then - they would come down on them like a ton of bricks. I dont believe for a second that Amazon themselves would sell fakes. Possibly marketplace sellers that are fulfilled by Amazon but I dont think that is likely either to be honest.

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