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How To Find Legit Lash Vendors

5 Questions to Ask


1. Do they have product feedback and reviews?
Our comments and feedback will always be stored there. When you are shopping late at night, when you scroll down on the product page, you will see the “comments” section. Some comments are lively, but some are not. Finally, all these comments can prevent you from making the wrong purchase.

When buying eyelash products, you want to know whether the purchased product matches the online product description. One of the best ways to determine the quality of eyelash wholesalers’ products is to check their product reviews.

Do their products have reviews first? If so, are they all the same (hint: this is a red flag!), or sound real?

Look for real, cheng reviews from customers who bought the product. Scan multiple comments to ensure that templates are not copied and pasted from the supplier to improve public image.

If they check out, please feel free to buy. But if something in the intestines makes you hesitate, baby, please lash and run.


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2. Is there a relevant social media account that you can check out?
Think about all these times, you bought a set of clothes, but two sizes are too small. “But the image makes the appearance look different,” you might cry!

You can learn a lot from the product page images. Of course, it looks good on a blank canvas, but what does the product look like in actual operation?

Avoid accidents and check the supplier’s social media.

There are many suppliers who sell eyelashes and provide styling services. Check the pictures, watch the real-time video, and understand the comments of their followers to deepen the understanding of the product.

Don’t get catfished ever again—search their social media!


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3. Does the supplier share relevant or exciting information on the blog?
In general, a good way to let customers know about suppliers is through social media or blogs.

Although this blog may not always be educational, it certainly won’t hurt.

A well-researched blog can build a good reputation. It also shows that the seller values customers and wants to educate readers and establish rapport.

This is not rocket science, it just shows that suppliers are willing to take additional steps to provide customers with valuable information and products.


4. Does the supplier know what they are talking about?

So, by this point, you know that vendor has pretty good wholesale lashes, but here’s an important question you can’t forget: can they walk the walk and talk the talk?

Anyone can sell a newspaper or fountain pen; however, it takes an expert to know the various nuances and applications of different eyelash extensions.

Read their product descriptions, look for vendor replies to customer questions in the review section, or shoot the vendor a quick email.

If, for whatever reason, they can’t answer a question about their product, take your business elsewhere.


5. Is it easy for you to find out more about the vendor, like their contact information?

While our previous questions are about finding information on your vendor, this one is a little different. Here, you want to examine how easy—or difficult—it is to learn about your vendor outside of their store’s front page.

For example, can you find a contact page? Does it have any important information, like a phone number or email you can contact?

If a vendor doesn’t list their contact information, you may want to brush it off and give them the benefit of the doubt. However, ladies, we are telling you not to!

It’s natural for a customer to have questions, and the vendor should be readily available to receive them.

While you shouldn’t assume that every vendor who doesn’t list contact information is suspicious, it’s better to stay safe than sorry. So, your best bet is to go with a vendor you can quickly contact just in case you have any burning questions to ask.