You window shop online constantly, adding everything to your wishlist or basket, see the total and cry into the night. Okay, so maybe not the last part but you get the picture. Online shopping can be addictive and definitely bad for your purse. Which is why I am pretty damn excited about stuffster. If there is something I really want online I am constantly rechecking to see if it's at a price I am willing to pay (we all know I'm a stickler with money) and so having someone to do it for you is like having an Internet butler, and who doesn't want a butler, especially one you don't have to pay for! Stuffster is a free online service that provides a look out for everything you have your eye on at a click of a button. All you have to do is sign up, add the +STUFF button to your favourites bar and your on your way. Here's a step by step! (this is a long post)
First of all go to stuffster.com and sign up (you can log in via facebook too) and then click on get the +STUFF Button.
You'll be taken to an instruction page and all you have to do is right click on the green button and click add to favourites. You will get this pop up and make sure you change the Create in bit to Favourite Bar.

Next, do a bit of window shopping and find something you want to buy for less.

Click on your +STUFF button from the favourites bar and you will get the stuffster widget pop up, you may need to log in again or it might go straight to the next step.

Choose a stuffster board (kind of like a pinterest board) and then write in a price that you are willing to pay for the item.

You'll get a little confirmation message and then you can close it using the X.

As you can see I've added a few things to my boards, (accidentally put a skirt into my make up board!) When any of these items reach your target price you will be alerted by Stuffster and then you can snap it up right there and then.

Stuffster contaced me and offered me £40 to try out stuffster (even though I was already signed up) and then to share with you guys how it worked. Using Stuffster I had some makeup in there and then they went on sale on Debenhams. So I snapped up the Urban Decay Naked Basica Palette and a MAC Paint Pot in Bare Study that I've had my eye on for ages. 

 This is now my second MAC product, and I've had my eye on this paint pot since time began (or some time around then) I love it already. One swipe on the eye and your done. It's a great primer for other eyeshadows but also looks great on its own. This one is in Bare Study and is described as a Soft beige wth gold pearl.

I really couldn't decide between the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette and the Basic palette as I already own the Naked 1 palette. I looked at swatches comparing the naked 1 & 2 palette and decided that for now I really don't need the naked 2 palette as I really love my naked 1 palette and really wanted a palette of all matte shadows. Also the Basics palette is only £20 normally (found it for £18 using stuffster) The Venus shade has a very slight satin shimmer finish but looks pretty much matte on the skin and makes a gorgeous highlight under the brow bone. This is the perfect palette for me as these are the types of colours that I use every day and so I only have to get one palette out to create my look now. I used this palette in my latest video Get Ready With Me . Back to stuffster, I'm really pleased with it and will be using far into the future. It's great for run ups to birthdays too because you can add things that other people and then buy things cheaper. If you want to give it a go click here to sign up. Sorry this was such a long post!!
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MEET THE AUTHOR: Serena Ozgowicz is a 24 year old Puggle owner with a passion for beauty, crafts and coding! You can follow her on facebook, twitter and instagram. Thank you for reading this post!

1 comment:

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