How to test beauty products for free

Written by ashley terrell
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How to test beauty products for free
Testing beauty products have never been so simple. (Nail Care Products image by explicitly from Fotolia.com)

What woman wouldn't love free beauty products to test? You can try various ways to test the newest make-up products for free, and it takes little to no time and effort for the products to be yours.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Fashion magazines

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Instructions

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    Obtain free beauty products through fashion magazines. Numerous fashion publications announce beauty product giveaways and contests as well as where you can find and receive free beauty products to test. Sometimes free giveaways are mentioned on the front cover, and you can find the page with details if you look at the table of contents or index. Follow the directions, such as providing your name, full street address, an e-mail address and contact telephone number. You may be asked a few additional questions, such as describing yourself. All of the information you supply will be confidential.

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    Receive them from beauty product sample websites. Such websites cut down the amount of research you have to do as a potential beauty product tester. Millions of websites offer beauty products to try, and so you have more than enough to choose from. Simply choose the beauty products you want to try for free, fill out the required form and your free beauty products will be sent to you to test.

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    Obtain them through the beauty section of department stores. Ask the make-up artists or sale associates if they know where you're able to register and receive free beauty products to test. Sometimes stores have samples of the newest beauty products for curious buyers to try.

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