Google News is full of articles promoting fake beauty products, while others are more honest in their coverage.
Read on to find out which ones are genuine.
Beauty sites have become an increasingly popular source of revenue for online beauty brands and the latest scam to hit the market is the BeautyCrumbsBeautyCrumbers, an app for people to upload photos of their face, body and even hair, and to upload them to Facebook.
However, when users try to post a photo to BeautyCrumsBeauty, the app will warn them that it has detected a bot, saying it may have uploaded the wrong content.
BeautifulCrumber also includes a feature that automatically creates fake posts that are not necessarily legitimate, as well as a bot that creates fake photos for users to upload.
The BeautyCrusbsBeauties also claims to have over 100,000 followers on Facebook, although there are also other fake beauty sites, including BeautyCurse.
The app claims to work by automatically tagging users’ photos and uploading them to BeautyBunny, which it claims has a 1.2 million followers on the social networking site.
It also says its Bot Detection feature will alert users if they are uploading any content that it considers fraudulent.
The bot has created thousands of fake Facebook posts and photos, including fake photos of celebrities and other people.
The latest scam involves the Bot Detection app and BeautyCumsBeauties, which has been accused of selling the same content as the real BeautyCurlsBeauties.
BeautyCrsBeauties is one of many sites that have been accused by human rights activists of using bots to sell fake beauty content.
The website BeautyCumbsBeautys, which also has over 10,000 likes on Facebook and has been criticised for allegedly selling fake photos, says its bot detection tool will alert if you upload any content the bot deems fraudulent.
It also says it will contact you if it detects any suspicious content that you are uploading, and will help you delete any unwanted posts.
BeautieCums beauty products also say they will contact the user to help remove their photos.
The Facebook page of BeautyCsBeautys says that the bot detected the content was not legitimate.