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Give-away #11 (Second Half) [CLOSED]

If you haven't liked our Facebook page the time to do so is now. Mostly 'cause that's where we primarily post the new beauty products that we see around the island and secondly because that's where you can find the first half of this giveaway.

The blog portion is similarly split into two categories.

Blushes:

Clockwise: Clinique cheek pop blush pop 'berry pop', black|Up 'BL03' and Milani 'Luminoso'

and

Highlighters:

Clockwise: NYX Liquid Illuminator 'Gleam', M.A.C Extra Dimension Bronzing Powder 'Aphrodite's Shell' (LE) and Ruby Kisses All Over Glow 'Flushed Glow'

Along with your answer to the question below, state if you want the blush OR the highlighter prize. Yup, just one entry per person so pick the type of product you'd actually get the most use out of. 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 the makeup item(s) you want the most for Christmas.


Competition open to Barbadian residents only.
Winner will be chosen using random.org. The give-away ends October 28th.


Good luck!

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