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TL;DR: Amazon has launched a TikTok store with deals on viral and best-selling beauty products until March 7.

If you're a dedicated follower of beauty videos on TikTok, you've probably come across the hashtag #tiktokmademebuy. A viral video can cause interest in a particular product to skyrocket overnight, with stocks quickly selling out.

Amazon has seen this buzz and launched a TikTok store with deals on all these viral and best-selling beauty products.

TikTok Made Me Buy It is an online beauty event on Amazon that runs until March 7. You can find products such as Garnier Tissue Masks, L’Oreal Paris Wonder Water, and Maybelline Curl Bounce Mascara, with many of the UK's leading brands in the mix. There are literally hundreds of deals to consider, so this could be your best opportunity to stock up and save on TikTok favourites.

Save on viral beauty products in Amazon's TikTok Made Me Buy It event.

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TikTok Made Me Buy It
Deals on viral beauty products

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Bruh, Amazon is making money out of everything they can. There’s nothing bad about that, but still, it makes me sick.
Also, I think this will encourage brands to use TikTok influences to advertise their production. This will lead to the market being flooded with bad and low-quality products that otherwise would not have gained any attention. Money decides where you will spend your money.
At the same time, of course, this platform can be good for small brands or local businesses with more possibilities to promote their products. For example, my good friend has just graduated from a nail technology program on nwcollege.edu and is looking for new customers. I advised her to use TikTok more extensively, and we will see whether it will help.

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