I found LOADS of foundation in a bin outside a beauty shop but everyone's saying the same about my haul… they’re wrong | The Sun

A MAN who found £1,000 worth of foundation in a bin outside a beauty store has been slammed by critics for the haul.

He took to Facebook to share a Reel of what he'd found in the dumpster, which was situation behind an Ulta Beauty store.

"I found all this make-up in the Ulta dumpster," he wrote over the video of multiple bottles all caked with mud.

"Let’s clean it and see what we can save."

He then spent ages trying to clean off the bottles, before revealing what appeared to be multiple bottles of Born This Way Flawless Coverage foundation.

In fact, there were 30 bottles in total.

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And, if he sold for $40 (£33) each, he'd get a $1,200 profit.

There was also a bottle of Urban Decay Naked weightless liquid foundation, and a tube of It Cosmetics' Bye Bye Foundation.

But while he was clearly thrilled with the haul, people in the comments section were more concerned by the fact that the majority of the bottles had tester stickers on them.

"If those are testers I'd be afraid of who used them before me," one wrote.

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"I've seen people take the pump part out pour the makeup out on their finger then touch their face then do it again.

"Then put the pump back then put it back on the shelf. You don't know what skin disease a person has."

"Why would you want all those old testers? That’s why they were tossing them," another questioned.

"Lol all still got the tester sticker, nobody's paying 40$ for a pre used product with no cap," someone else commented.

As another added: "Do people really buy tester ones? Especially with make up, I'm surprised they sell."

Others were quick to point out just how dirty the bottles had been in the beginning.

"Gross, I would never use makeup from a dumpster. Hope you're not reselling it as new," one wrote.

"The fact you had to clean it, means you should have left it in the dumpster," another added.

"Finding things fully packaged laying on the top layer, maybe.

"But this video is just cruddy."

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"Like to use??????" someone else questioned incredulously.

"The stuff inside could be contaminated so many germs and bacteria could or grown onto the inside already before you came along."

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