- Best green eyeliner?
- Best green eyeshadow?
- Best green eyeshadow combo?
Chance to Win $100 in MAC Products of YOUR Choice!
YOU get to pick your prize, should you be the lucky winner. You can select up to $100.00 worth of MAC products (before tax) that are available at freestanding stores. You cannot go over $100.00 (automatic disqualification, so add it up!), but of course, you can go under–it doesn’t have to be exact.
RULES: All entries must be submitted by January 5th, 2010 at 11:59 PM PST. This contest is open to all readers as pursuant to your local state/country’s laws. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via e-mail. This post will be updated with the winner once we have receipt of prizes. If a product you want is not available at my local freestanding store, I will ask you to choose a substitute.
How to Win: Just One Way
There’s only one way to win, and this is how…
Submit your entry: leave a comment on this blog post telling me what specific products you want to win. Remember, $100 or less, but not a cent more! (And you only win what you do list in your comment.)
Congratulations to Teresa H.!
Save an extra 20% off all sale items on Sephora!
Use code EXTRA. Valid through 12/31/09.
P.S. – I spotted some interesting items in the sale bin: Korres eyeshadow, TONS of Laura Gellar products (wonder if they’re phasing it out?), Urban Decay Hi-Fi 24/7 Set, lots of Kevyn Aucoin and Ted Gibson up for grams,
Rimmel Alarm Lipstick
The Scarlet Season: Rimmel Alarm Lipstick
Rimmel Alarm Lasting Finish Lipstick ($5.19) is a bright cherry red with a frosty sheen. It feels fairly creamy, goes on opaque in just a layer, and it is (obviously) quite pigmented. Rimmel describes this lipstick as giving the wearer up to eight hours of wear; I’d say I got about four or five, which is average for me — not the best, but certainly not bad. It did leave behind a soft stain, since it is a red shade. It has a sweet, kind of synthetic scent, but I can tolerate it. The packaging is decent, particularly for a $5 lipstick. This is Rimmel’s more orange-based red, while Temptation (to be reviewed) is more of a blue-based red.
What about you? Would you wear this red?
The Scarlet Season is a series of posts showcasing and featuring my favorite shades of red lips–from glosses to lipsticks that runs through December 2009. You can sure expect to see a lot of red this holiday season!