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Winners Row 2015

2015; whatta year!

Again we want to thank for your continued love and support. Last year the brand got a spruce up, we introduced a cosmetics line and we welcomed some of our Caribbean neighbours to be eligible in the blog giveaways. Growth all around :)

#TeamModen is very fortunate to have all of you on board and we don't forget it for one minute. Here's to bringing you more of what you want to know and see in 2016 and beyond.

Congratulations again to all the winners from 2015's contest; and a huge thank you to everyone that participated.

Giveaway #12 prize www.modenmakeup.com
Giveaway #12 prize winner www.modenmakeup.com

Giveaway #12 prize www.modenmakeup.com
Giveaway #12 prize winner www.modenmakeup.com
Tiffany and Shanelle, winners of giveaway #12

Shanelle is our very first regional winner hailing from St. Vincent :)

My birthday giveaway last year was extra special. Not only did I combine a few of my favourite things for a prize but one of my favourite people, Gerri from Eden's Choice Naturals donated a prize as well. Donated; without even being asked. I was floored. For the first time I had three gifts to give.

Birthday 2015 winner www.modenmakeup.com

Birthday 2015 winner www.modenmakeup.com

Birthday 2015 winner www.modenmakeup.com
Rasheda (a two time winner!), Karolynn and Melaney all helped me celebrate my birthday

Giveaway #13 saw a special set of winners because coincidentally they're both fellow bloggers!


Chiann is our second regional winner sending us love from Jamaica :)

This year we need your help to keep the giveaways growing. Please continue to like, share and tell your beauty loving friends about Moden Makeup. We'd love to partner with more generous companies like Eden's Choice Naturals so that the prizes could be even bigger. As you know, this is currently all self funded and that is no easy - or sustainable according to the number crunchers - task.

Thanks in advance.

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