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Give-away #3 [CLOSED]

In our last give-away we asked what your favourite lipstick was. That wasn't by accident. One thing I have discovered whilst working with Moden Makeup is that whether or not women wear make-up, all of us love lipgloss. So we have decided to make this prize all about lip products.

Prize No. 3

We were so pleased to see you mention that Jolie Cosmetics' lipsticks were among your favourites. In my recent BMEX haul, I purchased Matte Raspberry specifically for this blog give-away. To date -gotta add that disclaimer cause I'm yet to try so many of her products- that is my favourite Jolie lipstick. It's pigmented, applies smoothly, stains a little (which adds to the longevity) and most importantly, doesn't dry out my lips like Heidi's beloved Ruby Woo - it looks gorgeous on but let's be honest now!

Left to Right: Jolie lipstick in 'Matte Raspberry', Nicka K lipstick in 'Pink Tint', L'Oreal Colour Riche Balm in 'Rose Elixir', Jolie Cosmetics lipgloss in 'Chic', L.A. Colors lipgloss in 'CP230' and Smashbox Lip Enhancing Gloss in 'Illume'

Don't be selfish now ladies, tell yuh friends. 

Special mention should be given to those L'Oreal Colour Riche Balms. I've almost completely used the one I have in 'Plush Plum' *single tear* and if you know me, you know it means a lot that I've actually used something up. I can't wait till these are available in Barbados.

Ok, enough of the chatter. The rules are simple: 

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 blush. I'm excited to read these comments.

That's it!

Competition open to Barbadian residents only.
Winner will be chosen using random.org, three weeks from today (July 30th).

Good luck!

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