I really want to thank you all for reading my ramblings, leaving comments and asking questions. Writing this blog is a lot of fun for me, but knowing that actual people are reading and enjoying it makes it so much more exciting.
So we're going to have a little thank you giveaway. I decided to go for products that are talked about quite a lot these days on beauty blogs and forums, but that aren't easily accessible to everyone even though they are drugstore: Catrice and Bourjois products.
Catrice is a really affordable German brand that recently came up with a large selection of eyeshadows in a very nice packaging that looks like Shu Uemura.
Bourjois is a French brand that has been on the market for a long time, and they are actually the mother company of Chanel (you would expect the opposite, but no.)
Someone is going to win 6 Catrice eyeshadows and one of the Bourjois Mineral Pressed Powders that Nic from Pixiwoo has been using as a blush in a lot of recent videos.
Then someone else is going to win 2 eyeshadows and a blush, all by Catrice.
Obviously, everything is brand new and sealed (hence the glare on a lot of product coming from the plastic seals)
The rules are as follow:
- To enter, you need to leave a comment telling me what kind of posts you prefer on this blog, or what kind of posts you haven't seen yet but would like to see me doing.
- Giveaway is open internationally and to everyone. If you're not 18, you must have your parents or tutors permission to enter.
- You don't need to be subscribed to this blog through google to enter, however I would appreciate if you were and I am going to give away the largest prize to someone who is. If you're not subscribed and don't want to be, you're still making a chance to winning the second prize.
- Giveaway ends on Friday April 15th at midnight GMT.
For information purposes, I got a few more eyeshadows so I could swatch them to show you guys how they look when applied, this way you have a better idea of the pigmentation.
The first 2 are among the ones I am giving away and I was really impressed by the complexity of the colors, particularly the first one that made me think of Mac Vex (the picture doesn't do it justice).
So I hope you all enjoy this and stick with me and my blog. Good luck everyone!