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Well, this giveaway is WELL overdue.
It was She Who Does Nail’s first birthday back on the 10th August, but as this day was also my wedding day, I didn’t get around to celebrating it. But this week I hit 1000 followers on Instagram, and thought what the heck, I’ll have one now!
For this giveaway I have 6 Revlon Chroma Chameleon Polishes in shades: Tanzanite, Cobalt, Aquamarine, Pink Quartz, Amethyst and Topaz! These are really beautiful polishes and I have swatches of them coming up over the next couple of weeks to show you what you are playing for!
To enter for a chance to win, simple use the snazzy form below. You’ll gain an entry or two for following me on various social networks and for sharing the giveaway around. I really hope you enjoy playing for this prize as much as I am enjoying looking at them!
This giveaway is open to UK residents only and will end at midnight on the 13th November!
Morning all! Sad to say that my blog giveaway is now over I’m amazed at how many entries I got so thanks to everyone who shared the giveaway with their friends and followers. Also, welcome to my new followers!
So the winner of a bottle of Barry M Foil Effect Silver is…… Wendy S! Congratulations Wendy, you will be receiving an email from me shortly.
Look out for my next giveaway coming soon…
It’s Saturday! Hooray! Unfortunately however, I was wide awake at 6.30 this morning which I guess is what you get for waking up stupidly early every day for work.
Today the theme is ‘metallic nails’ so I thought today would be a great day for a new giveaway!
If you’ve been following my blog over the last few weeks, you will have seen that I’m quite keen of Barry M’s Foil Effect Silver, especially for stamping designs onto my nails! Well, as I haven’t used this polish as just a plain coat before, I decided that is what I would do for today’s nail post
Barry M Foil Effects Silver – indoor with flash
Barry M’s Foil Effects Silver is probably the closest colour I’ve seen to an actual piece of kitchen foil. It’s a lovely consistency and you only need one coat which is an absolute winner for me! My only complaint would be you can sometimes see the nail brush streaks on your nails, so I found myself going over the polish I had already painted if I had done a bit of a wiggly line.
As this is one of my favourite polishes at the moment I bought a second one to share with one of you, my lovely readers! The giveaway with be open for a week starting today and you can enter using the form below. You must like my page on Facebook (the form below gives you a little link) and there are several other ways to gain more entries into the pot. The more entries you have, the more likely you are to win You can come back every day and claim more entries for tweeting about the giveaway or sharing the giveaway on Facebook. Good luck!
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- Sally Hansen – Maximum Growth
- Barry M – Foil Effects Silver
- Sally Hansen – Insta-Dri
My first competition is finally over! How exciting!
I can officially announce that the winner is…. Dimpal Rathore! Congratulations I will be contacting you today for your address and then your prize will be winging it’s way to you very shortly.
Keep visiting for the next giveaway, I can tell you that it will be Barry M related…
So here is the first giveaway!
I was going to wait a while to create one, but haven’t for three reasons. Firstly, I am far too impatient to wait for anything. Secondly, I saw this nail polish while shopping yesterday and couldn’t help but buy it again. And thirdly, I want to make these giveaways a really regular thing as I want them to be at the heart of the blog, and therefore at the beginning!
Max Factor Fantasy Fire
Today I am giving away a bottle of Max Factor Max Effect Mini Nail Polish in the Fantasy Fire colour. I wrote a review about this polish today here. Don’t worry, it’s not the same bottle. I have bought a shiny new one!
Use the form below to enter the giveaway, and you can more entries for doing a few little blog helping tasks! What a clever little tool