How active are you in engaging with beauty brands online?

I like brands posts for the most part, since I know it helps with reaching people – so if I like a brand or a release, I will give it a like, but I don’t comment very often!

— Christine

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Erica Avatar

Liking is easy. Commenting is a lot more rare. The only times I leave comments on a brand’s Instagram is if I’m asking a question about product usage/safety, or if I’m raving about the product a lot. (To the point where I’d buy more colors if they were available.)

Ana Maria Avatar

Not so much… and it’s usually just to give feedback or ask a question about products, I don’t interact with likes, answering to random daily questions / posts (like the ones with SPF for each zodiac sign, or lipstick color based on your name first letter).

Sarah Avatar

If it’s Natasha Denona or Charlotte Tilbury I might because I find their launches very exciting, any other makeup brands, probably not; I’d just like the post and move on.

Genevieve Avatar

No, I don’t engage with brands online at all. And many don’t really give you the opportunity to be either. I often feel like asking brands why they don’t deliver their full range to Australia (eg Maybelline) and/or have a physical presence in our country.

Susan Nevling Avatar

Most of the groups with which I am involved do not comment on makeup and skin care. My hobby is a virtually solo one. My daughter and adult granddaughter enjoy makeup though. Most of my groups are politics and current affairs. I also belong to a few animal groups.

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