Ahoy Broads! Guess what? February 1st means…IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME!!!
January flew by, and we are already beginning month two of 2018! February’s giveaway is fabulouso! Let’s check it out!
Alright ladies, who loves makeup? Actually, maybe I should ask who DOESN’T love it, to save some time. Most of us ladies have a love affair with those colorful products that raid our bathrooms. Those of us who don’t love makeup usually still have some crucial everyday items.
So I was thinking February would be a great month to give away a couple of fantastic makeup products. Yep, we have two items for this month’s prize! These two make up sort of an Oreo sandwich around your foundation. One is to be used right before foundation, and one is for right after.
First off, we are giving away a Bellápierre Cosmetics Color Correcting Concealer Palette, pictured here:
This is an awesome color correcting palette. It has six different colors, which each serve a specific purpose.
Green: Neutralizes the color red, like zits, scars, rosacea, sunburns.
Lavender: Eliminates yellow undertones, and pasty or dull areas on your skin.
Seashell: For lighter to medium skin tones, to cover blue-violet imperfections, like under-eye circles and bruising.
Red: For any skin tone, to hide blue-green imperfections, like severe under-eye circles.
Peach: For dark skin tones, to cover blue-violet imperfections, like under-eye circles and bruising.
Caramel: Great as a standard concealer for blemishes.
This palette comes with DETAILED instructions on how to use it and get the most out of it. Which is great, because if you are anything like me, a palette like this can be VERY INTIMIDATING. Not so in this case. These instructions are easy to understand, and will quickly make you a pro!
Color concealers are excellent for ladies in their twenties with acne issues, and ladies in their thirties and on up, with skin that’s beginning to lose it’s even tone. Use these concealers under your foundation to make your skin look flawless!
The second item in our February giveaway is the Cover FX Illuminating Setting Spray, here:
I received a bottle of this illuminating setting spray in my Boxycharm subscription box a few months ago, and I didn’t like it because it was SO shiny.
However, I realized it was my mistake, because you are supposed to shake it VERY well before applying. When I actually followed the instructions, I found out that this is a wonderful setting spray that gives skin a gorgeous soft glow.
You will love both of these prizes! They are going to instantly up your makeup game!
You must be 18 or older and a U.S. Citizen in order to enter this sweepstakes, and, as usual, you need to sign up with your email. But there are several ways to get extra entries.
For example, you can follow The Bonafide Broad on Pinterest and Twitter, tweet about the contest, or comment on a post on the blog. Just follow the instructions in the giveaway box below and it’ll walk you through all the ways you can enter. Take advantage of all of these options to better your chances of winning!
Entries will be accepted through February 10, at 11:59 p.m. The winner will be randomly selected, and will be announced in this blog post and on The Bonafide Broad’s Facebook and Twitter accounts on Monday, February 12 at 10:00 a.m.
Good luck Broads!
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Author: Amber, The OG
I’m the founder of The Bonafide Broad, and a thirty-something broad originally from the Pacific Northwest. I now live in Flagstaff, Arizona, with my guy, Mr. OG. When I’m not busy rescuing kittens from tall trees, carrying babies from burning buildings, and trying to establish world peace, I work for the school district in Flagstaff, and I run this blog.