Temptalia’s Readers Choice Awards 2007 — Vote today!

As we near the end of the year, we want to see what were the best products of 2007, and who better than to tell us than our very own readers? Take our survey and give your favorite products some love! We encourage all of our readers to help us come up with a truly representative list of products loved by Temptalia readers.

TEMPTALIA’S READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS 2007, VOTE NOW!

Quick FAQ:

  • If you don’t have an answer, feel free to state that, “I hated all the mascaras I tried this year!”
  • Please only give one answer per question. If you can’t pick between your two favorites, how can you expect us to? 😉
  • Question confusing? Don’t be afraid to ask for clarification, or just answer to the best of your knowledge. This isn’t a test, you aren’t being graded!
  • One survey per person (duplicates will be deleted).
  • These are your answers–this means put what you feel is the best/worst, whether it is a drugstore or high-end brand.

What better way than increase participation by offering prizes? We’ll be doing random giveaways to those who fill out a survey! How will I know it’s you? Answer the last question (#20), and at the end of your answer, put: “PICK ME! [insert your email address].”

TEMPTALIA’S READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS 2007, VOTE NOW!

I appreciate everyone who enters! Thank you so much for your participation, in advance!

October 2007 – Halloween Face Mask Contest – Readers’ Choice Award Reminder

Voting ends tonight, so make sure you vote!!
In case you missed the entries, here they are: Abstract, Jigsaw, Leopard, Mermaid Punk, Spring Mask, Wicked French Woman, Zombie.

Please select your favorite entry for this award. You may only vote once, and the voting will close November 11th, 2007 11:59 pm PST.

  • "Spring Mask" (43%, 113 Votes)
  • "Leopard" (22%, 58 Votes)
  • "Abstract" (17%, 44 Votes)
  • "Wicked French Woman" (6%, 15 Votes)
  • "Jigsaw" (5%, 14 Votes)
  • "Zombie" (4%, 11 Votes)
  • "Mermaid Punk" (3%, 7 Votes)

Total Voters: 262

Contest – November 2007 – Winner #2: Janis

Winner: Janis | She wins… MAC Earthly Riches mineralize eyeshadow and Brew lipstick!

What? You want to win, too? We will be picking random readers from our RSS subscription list to receive various prizes throughout the month of November, so be sure to sign up either with the link provided below or using the subscription box to the right. We’re thinking our next prize might be MAC’s Tan Lips Set or Sephora’s Blockbuster Palette, but you never know what we might pull!

Sign up by entering your e-mail address in the “Get Updates Via E-Mail” box on the right side! Or clicking here.

(Psst, here are the rules and prizes!)

October 2007 – Halloween Face Mask Contest – Readers’ Choice Award

As promised, Temptalia readers have an opportunity to select their favorite Halloween Mask entry to win the Readers’ Choice Award.

In case you missed the entries, here they are: Abstract, Jigsaw, Leopard, Mermaid Punk, Spring Mask, Wicked French Woman, Zombie.

Please select your favorite entry for this award. You may only vote once, and the voting will close November 11th, 2007 11:59 pm PST.

  • "Spring Mask" (43%, 113 Votes)
  • "Leopard" (22%, 58 Votes)
  • "Abstract" (17%, 44 Votes)
  • "Wicked French Woman" (6%, 15 Votes)
  • "Jigsaw" (5%, 14 Votes)
  • "Zombie" (4%, 11 Votes)
  • "Mermaid Punk" (3%, 7 Votes)

Total Voters: 262

October 2007 – Halloween Face Mask Contest – WINNER: Carrie!

Congratulations to Carrie for her “Futuristic Monkey” Halloween Mask entry! She is the judges’ choice for the winner of our October contest. She wins $60 worth of beauty loot, and $30 of it will be MAC exclusive goodies!

I’d like to thank all of our entrants for their hard work and the time they put into their entries–we wouldn’t have even had a contest if it weren’t for you lovelies! And trust me when I say all the judges spent quite a bit of time deliberating over the masks, because it was a tough choice. As such, I’d like to thank our judges: Karen from Makeupandbeautyblog.com, MAC makeup artist Sally, and a few of our judges who wish to remain anonymous.