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Giveaway #2 [CLOSED]

Thank you so much for the support you've shown us. We hope that we've taken a little hassle out of your makeup shopping as well as kept you laughing with our YouTube videos.

As I mentioned before we'll be hosting a giveaway here every month so let's get on to the current one. This time around it's all about brushes.


Brushes up for grabs: M.A.C 194 SE, M.A.C 266 SE, ecoTools Smudge, ecoTools Detailed Lip/Liner and the Real Techniques Limited Edition duo-fibre face. I just gotta add here that ecoTools have shocked me with their quality. I have never had a bad experience with them.

Exciting right?


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 lipstick.

That's it!

Competition open to Barbadian residents only.
Winner will be chosen using random.org, three weeks from today (July 9th).

Good luck!

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