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Give-away #5 [CLOSED]

The year is moving swiftly along huh?

We're absolutely loving the feedback back from you on the blog. Be sure to keep up with Heidi and I on keek because that's where you get a lot of information in real time. Mini vlogs if yuh please!

But I digress. This toss were focusing on the eyes. Personally, eyeliner is still something I'm yet to master. As Heidi rightly said, I need to practise more. Hopefully I'm not alone on this quest and this give-away can help someone who's in the same boat. For the Pros, these will be welcomed additions.

Give-away #5

If you're a fan of the facebook page, you would have seen that we were in love with the Maybelline Color Tattoos from the time we got our hands on them. These can be used as a liner to add a pop of colour, a coloured base for powder eyeshadows or a stand alone eye colour. In my experience they can be applied with your fingers or a synthetic brush. We're giving you a chance to win the colours Pomegranate Punk and Edgy Emerald.

If you do choose to use them as a liner, we've included the Real Techniques pixel-point eyeliner brush. To accompany that is the Real Techniques brush stand/case.


And just cause we always 'doing the most' over here at #TeamModen, there's also an e.l.f Waterproof Eyeliner Pen in Black up for grabs.

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 type of blog posts to read. Hauls, reviews, 'best of the brand', product comparisons, step-by-step tutorials...whatever tickles your fancy.

That's it!

Competition open to Barbadian residents only.
Winner will be chosen using random.org, three weeks from today (September 15th).

Good luck!

September 11th: This just in! A new product has been added to this prize. Read all about it here.

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