unless I get to check the fabric and fitting myself and shoes without trying them on for the right size. I also never shopped for makeup, until recently, when I placed my first Sigma order. I have yet to receive it and judge my experience with the page that I ordered from.
A question that comes to mind is, are the products genuine or high quality? Now you cannot expect someone to sell an original Juicy Couture bracelet (which is actually priced at $40 or more) for Pkr 300/-. No, stuff sold on Facebook is not genuine, unless specified or so, but despite being replicas or first copies, the products are good quality. They are manufactured and shipped from Honk Kong and China mainly.
Now this is a sensitive issue and you'll have to look into it by yourself. There are 100's of Pakistani pages that sell all kinds of stuff and realizing the level of interest in online shopping, will charge you more or less than you can expect. So you'll have to do a little research and find pages that charge nominal and provide discounts. I have also shopped handbags (sorry I forgot to mention this earlier). I love handbags and don't mind carrying a replica because I cannot afford to buy myself a $1000 Louis Vuitton. Generally, replica prices range from Pkr 2000-3000/-. But there are some pages, that charge around 4000-7000/- for the same.
Payment and Delivery Times
Some pages offer cash on delivery (COD) which is the most preferred payment method of online shoppers. But remember, that you may have to pay delivery charges along with your order payment, unless the delivery is free. Bank transfer is another option, which I hate, because you get charged extra (at times heavily) for online transfers and sometimes you have no option but to rush to the seller's preferred bank for transactions. Easy paisa is a hassle free payment option and I usually go for it. It requires you to pay extra as well, but it's a great alternative to bank transfers.
Some online sellers are very customer friendly and will provide you all the assistance you need with an order. Some are extremely rude or just plain careless.
Shopping off Facebook has not only become a trend these days, but is also a convenient way of shopping without having to rush to stores every time. Facebook pages have made it a lot easier to shop products that are not readily available throughout Pakistan, especially branded jewelry, cosmetics and even clothing. But needless to say, everything has its pros and cons. Shopping from pages may seem like a piece of cake, but sometimes, problems arise that can really be a pain in the neck.