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Give-away #12 [CLOSED]

It's the most wonderful time of the yearrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Season's Greetings!

We hope you're having fun getting ready for Christmas. All the parties and food and shopping and food and presents and food...and food. What were we talking about again?

Oh, right. It's time for our final give-away for 2014. It's all about eyes...

Prize A:

M.A.C Veluxe Pearlfusion Shadow from the Brooke Shields Collection 'Mortal' LE, L.A. Colors Grafix eyeliner 'Lime', Milani Shadow Eyez 'Almond Cream' (matte), Absolute New York True Palettes 'Natural Nude' and bhcosmetics 'It'sJudyTime' eyeshadow palette LE

Prize B:

LORAC Skinny palette, Milani Eyeshadow Primer 'Nude Color', NYX roll on shimmer 'Sea Foam', M.A.C Fluidline Eye Pencil 'Black Brilliance' LE and Maybelline New York 'The Nudes' palette

Along with your answer to the question below, state if you want Prize A OR B. Just one entry per person so pick the prize you'd actually get the most use out of. ***Optional*** automatic additional entries for posting - on Instagram or Facebook or both - a picture of yourself featuring your favourite eye look using the hashtag #TeamModenChristmas.

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 best beauty product (makeup, skin care or nail polish) that you've discovered this year.

Competition open to Barbadian residents only.
Winner will be chosen using The give-away ends December 23rd. We want you to have your prize in time for Christmas!

Good luck!

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