I bought these smokin’ hot shoes, which I mentioned a few lists back to wear to a company party celebrating my husband’s ten-year employment anniversary. I decided that the smokin’ hot shoes would look best with tan legs, straight hair, and nice-smelling armpits in a black dress. In order to achieve these goals, I had to purchase a few beauty products. I used said beauty products as directed. However, somewhere along the way, things went sideways. I cleverly assessed the situation and came to the conclusion that things went sideways because I fell prey to the traps set for me by the marketing geniuses of the beauty-product industry. Those giants of capitalist industry, who make billions of dollars annually by feeding off purchases made from vanity and insecurity, might have fooled me, but because I am a nice blogger and I look out for my blogging friends, I am posting a warning list so they don’t fool you too.
To Prevent Discoloration of Palms? Not.
Dear Readers, do you have any marketing myths to expose? Please share.