Monday, April 16, 2012

Gift Basket Giveaway

Everyday we will be announcing a new product that will be in our gift basket give away. By the time Friday rolls around there will be 5, yes 5 products that will be announced.  One lucky follower of my blog will receive all of these amazing Jaqua products just for entering. The first is listed below. Good Luck and remember to sign up below by subscribing to my daily blogposts!!
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Love This Mask. So Simple and makes your skin beautiful!!
Formulated with Aloe, fruit extracts, oils and Vitamins to remove the top layer of dead and damaged skin without the abrasiveness of a scrub, leaving skin to shine through with a healthy glow. Jaqua Spa Santa Barbara captures the ingredients, colors, and fragrances that surround us every day; from fresh grapefruit to blooming tropical flowers at the farmer's market to Spanish red-tiled roofs and avocado orchards. We have selected the best ingredients to care for enhance and revitalize your body mind and spirit. All is intended to impart a piece of our sun-kissed lifestyle onto you with the refreshing citrus blend of Pacific Pomelo, rich and Spicy Montecito Chai, and the exotic bouquet of Blooming Bergamot.






2 comments:

  1. Hi we are all fans of the show and YOU. We just wanted to let you know we are all room mates and we all subscribed to your blog and signed up for the make up give away. We don't want you to think it's all one person because that is so wrong to do but we all love you and love how you do make up. We don't know if there is a way you can tell who signs up and from where but in case you can just wanted to be sure you knew.
    We don't see anything on your blog, or did we miss tips for a smokey eye?
    I personally used to use bare minerals (still do at times) and one of their tutorials said something about wetting the eye shadow?? lol
    Any tips you can give us would be great.

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  2. Hi Tara, Thank you for signing up. You can wet the shadow for more intense color however it's really hard to blend after and the most important tip I can give you is blending when it come's to a smokey eye in particular. Add your dark color to lid, blend. Add your medium shade in crease, blend into dark color. Add your light color in brow bone and you guessed it, blend!!

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