I mean, really… at this point there is NOTHING that you can possibly say that hasn’t already been said like 50 million bajillian trillion fafillian times. NOTHING. Unless you make up a lie, and that’s not cool. But then again you would be an idiot (rich, or broke… or rich and then broke) to run out and buy something new EVERY damn day for the sake of immortalizing words on the inter-webs. Don’t be an idiot. Beat dead horses instead! Here’s how:
2 tips for writing a new Review on an Old Product
1. Come up with a catchy title that is HONEST but does not mention the product AT ALL.
Ex. You want to review the Too Faced Eyeshadow Primer… consider reviewing it under titles such as these:
- Worst Eyeshadow Primer EVER
- My Holy Grail Eyeshadow Primer
- Finally! An Eyeshadow Primer for People with Oily Lids!
If you’re readers are nosy bastards like me, they will click on your sneakily disguised review because they just HAVE TO KNOW what your secret is or they will spontaneously combust.
2. revive the importance of the product by finding a dupe for it.
Ex. the Too Faced Shadow Insurance primer ($20) is a lot like the Wet n Wild Fergie Take on the Day primer ($6)…. both have been in stores for over 2 years, yet not everyone knows they could be saving boo-coo bucks by switching to
Geiko Wet n Wild.
Someone call “twinsies!”
So that’s it ladies and gents! I hope this post helps you to shake the dust off of some older products and give them a new purpose 🙂 And if you can think of any ways that we can give older products in our collections a little spotlight without reinventing the wheel, please leave your tips and tricks in the comments section below!