I would probably never sell any of my jewellery on eBay because if I ever left MAC, I would want to keep it as a memory/keepsake. I think it's just stupid for someone to bid that amount on employee jewellery which is poor quality and would look silly on anyone that didn't work for the company. I'd just like to know why?
It doesn't bother me at all....I've heard so much about those necklaces breaking and other things of similar nature....though I have to say, if I was able to get one under $30, I'd probably use nail glue to make sure the damn thing stayed together, and be pretty happy with that, lmao...Maybe I should have one custom-made...
My husband bought me a lariat-looking necklace that looks like it can be about 30 different things (a belt when I wasn't pregnant, a necklace, a bracelet, etc.). I think he paid $30 for it. When I wear it, I just slip the portion that says "MAC" down my shirt so no one sees it. It's cute, but I don't want anyone thinking that I'm misrepresenting myself as a MAC employee; my husband just thought it was cute and bought it for me. *shrug*
It bothers me a little bit, because I know that I had to pass 3 interviews before getting that necklace. What bothers me even more are the people who buy/wear certification necklaces (like the application certification one), or the 4-year-bracelet (a silver bangle that is given to an employee on their 4th year of working for MAC). It might seem pathetic to some, but I had to put alot of time and effort into my makeup applications everytime I was getting certified. Buying it off of Ebay sucks the meaning out of all of that.