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The first giveaway was so successful, we have another fantastic one lined up with Ebates!
If you’re not familar with Ebates, it’s a program that allows you to earn cash back on your online purchases whenever you shop through Ebates. For example, if you sign-up, click-through their Sephora link, then you would get 8% cash back on any purchase made at Sephora. Every three months, Ebates pays you (via check or PayPal) any cash back you’ve earned. You can either sign-up through Temptalia (which is a referral link), or you can simply go to Ebates.com directly to sign-up.
From Labor Day, Ebates is offering extra cash back on the following retailers:
To celebrate the Labor Day weekend, we have a fabulous giveaway featuring everyone’s favorite–cold hard cash–with three winners (U.S. residents only). One (1) grand prize winner will receive $100, while two runner-ups will each receive $50!
The alarm went off… a half hour ago. You only have five to ten minutes before you have to head out the door–these are my favorite ways to look and feel good when time is short!
Rescue Beauty Lounge Pepto Pink Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Pepto Pink Nail Lacquer ($18.00 for 0.40 fl. oz.) doesn’t have much in the way of an official description, but I suppose with a name like Pepto Pink, is it really necessary? It’s a brightened, medium-dark pink with a thin consistency that’s a little streaky on the first and second coats. It needs a third coat to bring it together, though I still had some visible nail line after three. The formula didn’t do it for me, which was disappointing, because the RBL formula is often worth shelling out for, but it wasn’t here.
It’s not currently available, but since RBL has now instituted “Bring It Back,” if it is a shade that calls to you, vote for it and you may see it make a return. I picked this up when the brand had its massive 50% off sale – I’ve been slowly going through what I’ve purchased for swatching, and unfortunately, sometimes I reach for a shade that is–of course–sold out. It’s so hard for me to let the photos go to waste, though!
As far as potential dupes are concerned, I first thought about MAC Ice Cream Cake, but it much cooler in tone. Zoya’s Jolene is more neon pink. MAC Galore Pink was the closest, but it is a little brighter. Feel free to share possible dupes in the comments! 🙂
I very rarely use concealer! I just can’t be bothered most of the time.
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In today’s world of social media and 24/7 communication, bad customer service stories get around all too easily and then they spread like wildfire. I’m not sure enough businesses realize that customer service extends beyond prompt shipping and receipt of intact, as-ordered products. Good customer service is about the total experience: from the minute I step into your store (or office, retail front, website, etc.) until I’ve come home with my purchases (or service has been rendered). The older I get, the less tolerant I am of shoddy customer service. I really do appreciate being treated like a human being, and it is surprising the effect one bad experience can have on your entire view of a business.
I keep seeing some of the same mistakes made by businesses–both large and small–and here is some advice that would make me, as a customer, feel good about purchasing from you:
We often regale friends and family members with stories of poor customer service, while too often forgetting to recognize incidents of excellent customer service. We should do both; we should warn others against businesses that practice poor or questionable ethics, fail to address customer concerns and problems adequately and efficiently, and ones that are simply rude or dismissive of customers, but we should remember to give praise to the businesses we love to shop at because of how we feel at the end of the experience.