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Blog Sale


Just an update guys, Jolie Cosmetics and Sparkle will be present at the sale as well. This means more lip products will be available for purchase as well as accessories. This sale is the perfect time for to get your make-up, nail polish and jewellery for all your Crop Over events. #Winning

A lot of people have asked for photos of the products available in the blog sale. If you haven't seen our facebook page, I'll insert the photos I posted yesterday. Time did not permit to take individual shots but I hope you get an idea of what's on offer. As I said in this blog post, be sure to arrive early to avoid disappointment as stock is limited. If your unable to catch us this time around, stayed tuned for the release date for our December sale. I hope to see you Saturday even if it's just to say hi!

Eye products: $2 - $60

Pigment samples: $5 (M.A.C: Bronze, Fresh Water and Typographic; Sugarpill Lumi and Barry M Dazzledust 98)

Tools: $5 - $100

Lip products: $1 - $30



Nail polish: $3 - $10

Check me out on keek for uptuhdetime updates.

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