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Give-away #9 [CLOSED]

Howdy!

With #MarchMadness over it's time to get back to the give-aways. We've teased you on Facebook and Instagram long enough...the first quarter prizes are all about tools.

Prize A: Real Techniques lash-brow groomer, Real Techniques core collection, e.l.f Dual Pencil Sharpener, Tweezerman Stainless Tweezerette (yellow) and Studio Basics Expert Complexion Sponge

Prize B: M.A.C Brush Cleanser, ecoTools Six Piece Day-To-Night Clutch Set, ecoTools Retractable Kabuki, Tweezerman Stainless Tweezerette (pink) and M.A.C Pencil Sharpener

You can choose if you want to be entered for either or both. As usual, automatic additional entries for following Heidi (@modenmakeup) and myself (@lr_interlaceinc) on Instagram. (please include your user name in the comment).

How to enter:

1. Subscribe to this blog by entering your email address in the box under 'Keep In De Do'. We check!
2. Comment below stating: 1) which prize you'd like to win (A or B or both) and 2) which you love more: blush or highlighter.

Competition open to Barbadian residents only.
Winner will be chosen using random.org, three weeks from today (April 28th).


Good luck!

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