Originally Posted by DonnaJ
Yup, those would sell. MAC sells like crazy on ebay, including lots of fakes! So make sure you have lots of photos of the items back to front, including the boxes if you still have them. (The same if you list here.) I've never heard of UD counterfeits, I suppose they might be out there anyway, it's always best to have many photos. I've always wondered what people are thinking when they put up one out of focus picture and expect the offers to come in!
Actually there ARE Urban Decay fakes. I posted on my Facebook wall a few weeks back a video from someone showing what a counterfeit NAKED2 palette looks like versus a real NAKED2 palette. It's more rare to hear about it but certain UD items are counterfeits like the LE palettes.
Originally Posted by girlie2010
What about limited edition mac and urban decay the mineral eyeshadow duos, holiday palette and aiw urban decay palette? Would it be worth it to try and sell?
As Donna mentioned, pictures, pictures, pictures especially of the weight sizes and any box information since those are the areas that counterfeiters make mistakes on. If it's gently used or practically new I know people would LOVE to buy those items BUT you may not get full price to it depending on how used it is. I would say if it's new then list at full price, if it's been used a few times (less than 10 times) then list it at 10% to 15% less than the original price, if it's been used and you can see indentations then depending on how used list it for 25% to 50% less than the original price.
For example I have two NAKED2 palettes - one brand new, never used and one used. If I were to list both I would like the brand new one at full price while the used one at 15% less than full price because it wouldn't come with the gloss since I've used that and it can't be disinfected. If I didn't use the gloss and only the palette than I'd list it at 10% less the original price. If the palette was like majorily used and it had indent marks in the colors I use most (Sin) but it was only one or two shadows that had indent marks than I'd list it at 25% less the original price but if it was four or more indents than I'd list it at 50%. Make sense?
As the old saying goes, "Nothing ventured, nothing gained."