IT'S hard to avoid being "influenced" when you watch TikTok.
Every second video seems to be someone trying something out and promoting it to buy through their TikTok Shop.
But one woman has been praised for her honesty after sharing the eight things she's bought because of the social media app, but hates.
"Things that I've bought because of TiKTok and literally only used once," Jas captioned her slideshow.
First up, the Made by Mitchell Blursh cream blushers.
You're meant to be able to use it as a liquid lip too, but Jas doesn't agree with that.
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"These b***ends?" she wrote over a picture of her Blursh.
"Who tf said these were good for lips? They look so good for three seconds then go crusty."
Next was a brown tracksuit set – featuring a cropped top and bottoms.
"It's cute and comfy but I sized up and it's still too tight for my liking." she admitted.
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"Bottoms are too small."
Third on the list was a spray tan gun, as she questioned "where on earth am I going to use this?"
And a surprising addition to the rundown was Milk's Hydro Grip primer.
"This is g**h," Jas wrote.
"I swear it makes everything separate!"
Pink Honey's Contour Cake was next in the firing line, with Jas writing: "I love the normal face frosting but I just can't make this work.
While she doesn't like the Sol de Janeiro 62 Perfume Mist because it "smells like suncream".
She concluded her list with the Gisou lip oil, which is "trash", and the HiSmile colour correcting teeth treatment, as she said once again that it's "trash" because it "doesn't work".
"I will blame everyone else on this app for my actions," she captioned her slideshow.
And people in the comments were quick to praise her for her honesty.
"I’m here for the de influencing," one wrote.
"THANK YOU, finally someone speaking true words," another added.
"THIS IS WHAT I NEED, I’m tired of everyone promoting tiktok things to buy but in reality they’re bad THANK YOU," a third praised.
"At last somebody speaking the truth .. thank you," someone else agreed.
"I love how real you are," another wrote.
As someone else admitted: "Well my tiktok basket has had a clear out this morning!"
But others weighed in on Jas' assessment of some of the products, with one writing: "NOOO cus i literally HATE my blursh, it’s so matte and hard to work with."
"The blursh is the biggest let down," another added.
While a third hit back: "Nooo blursh is sooo good !!
"I use it on my cheeks it blends out perfectly."
Her slamming of the Hydro Grip primer was also a point of contention.
"I thought I was the only one who couldn't get that primer to work so glad I only bought the small one," one wrote.
"Agree with the milk primer and it doesn’t matter what skincare or foundation i use," another insisted.
"MILK PRIMER IS HORRIFIC separates everything, hates blending, pills up!" a third wrote.
"I stand with you on that one!"
But others said it's because the primer has to be used under a foundation that's the same type.
"Milk primer would always separate under Charlotte tilbury foundations but nars works perfect with it," one explained.
"Pretty sure it’s water based! So match the rest."
"The primer probably separates because you mix water and silicone based products," another suggested.
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As someone else wrote: "With the milk primer, leave it for a solid 2 minutes to dry before putting make-up on.
"It then will hold everything all day it’s amazing."
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