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Give-away #1 [CLOSED]

As a "thank you" to our blog subscribers we will host give-aways every month. These will be on a smaller scale to our contests on Facebook; but nice products none the less.

Recently, I informed you that the "newish" (cause things does take their sweet time to reach Barbados) products from Milani are available in #1 Beauty Supply. The lipsticks and liners in particular have received rave reviews on YouTube and other beauty blogs.

Milani display in #1 Beauty Supply

Well of course I had to pick up something - #NoBuyFail; so to ease my guilt I also purchased a Color Statement Lipliner '05 Haute Pink' for one of our lucky subscribers. In addition, you'll receive a Revlon Just Bitten Kissable balm stain '020 Lovesick'.

Prizes for our first blog give-away 

We show our appreciation for your support as often as we can. So please subscribe if you want to take part. Prizes will range from "drugstore" (what's the Bajan equivalent of that term?) to high-end.

Heidi (on the right) and our very first Facebook give-away winner, Tiffanie

Thanks again for taking the time to listen to what we have to say on YouTubeTwitterInstagram and Keek. Our aim is to continue to bring relevant information that will allow you to make the best beauty related purchases. 

Ok the important stuff. How to enter:

1. Subscribe to this blog by entering your email address in the box under 'Keep In De Do'.
2. Comment below stating what's your favourite make-up brand.

That's it!

Competition open to Barbadian residents only. (Coming soon Caricom peeps doan fret).
Winner will be chosen using random.org, three weeks from today - that's June 17th right?

Good luck!

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