Giveaway: Lancome Matte Lipstick

Lancome recently released 8 shades of their new, moisturizing Color Design Matte lipstick, and I think they’re pretty fabulous. (See swatches here.)

So when Lancome asked me if I’d like to give a set away, I jumped at the chance. This week’s giveaway will have two winners, who will each receive 4 lipsticks. I will try to accommodate the shade preferences of the winners.

Here’s how it works:

  • This giveaway starts today and ends on Sunday, March 28, at midnight.
  • You can enter once per day. (If you enter more than once per day, only the first entry will be counted.)
  • This giveaway is open to readers anywhere in the world.
  • A winner will be selected at random from the valid entries.
  • To enter, leave a comment on this post, and tell me a beauty tip, trick, or secret.

Winners will be contacted by email, so please use an email address you check (addresses will be hidden, and will not be used for any purpose other than contacting the winner).

Good luck!

Related Posts with Thumbnails
Share this Post:
Digg Google Bookmarks reddit Mixx StumbleUpon Technorati Yahoo! Buzz DesignFloat Delicious BlinkList Furl

757 Responses to “Giveaway: Lancome Matte Lipstick”

  • Jennifer says:

    Set your bottom eye liner by tapping a bit of translucent face powder over it. Apply with a tiny brush or q-tip.

  • Annette says:

    I set my eyeliner with a matching eyeshadow to make it last all day.

  • Audrey says:

    lining your lower lashline with a peach eyeliner is better than using a white one

  • Anna says:

    Applying concealer with a fluffy eyeshadow brush makes it look airbrushed!

  • Dorie says:

    Putting a drop of castor oil in my mascara makes my lashes look healthier, shiner and a wee bit longer.

  • Rae says:

    Fluffy all-over eye brushes are good for more than just shadow — I keep one around for buffing in concealer and spot-adding powder :)

  • Tina says:

    Erase as much as you draw. Sometimes if I want a really defined look or sharper edges (say for my eyelner), I over apply on purpose and then use a bit of moisturizer or makeup remover on a q-tip to erase the excess to create sharper lines. If you use this trick, you need to do your foundation last so you don’t erase that away.

  • Nicolle says:

    If you apply your eye makeup last: tap extra face powder under your eyes, when you’re done with your eye makeup just take your powder brush and wipe away the extra powder along with any eyeshadow fallout.

  • Jywoi says:

    I put a little eyeshadow powder on my lips after putting my lipstick, it lasts longer ;)

  • Dee says:

    place white liner on bottom lid to make eyes pop!

  • Elise says:

    To dry my little kabuki after washing it, i put it in a hair roller so it can dry upside down.

  • Lisa says:

    I use eyeshadow as my eyeliner and so that I don’t have any fallout I swipe it on a cosmetic sponge or my hand first. Then I can also keep using the colour that is left on my hand or the sponge. Waste not, want not!

  • Gata says:

    Toothpaste on my Zits!!!

  • Shel says:

    Cornstarch on my T-zone when it gets oily,,,doesn’t break me out

  • Shahada says:

    Mineral oil removes waterproof makeup and it’s cheap!

  • Nina says:

    You can easily clean up the edges of your nails after applying nail polish by using a small brush soaked in nail polish remover!

  • Huma says:

    Visine for red spots on face :) try it..

  • Stephanie Takes-DEsbiens says:

    To get a straight line with liquid liner i put the back of the hand holding the brush against the mirror and move my head across the brush. MY head is more stable than my hand.

  • claudia says:

    file nails in only one direction to prevent splitting/breaking

  • Melly says:

    Occasionally (esp around my TOTM)I get one of those deep cystic pimples that is very sore to the touch. I’ve found the best way to combat them is to put a dab of polysporin on the pimple before going to bed. Though polysporin is a bit greasy in texture it does nothing to aggravate my skin and instead magically shrinks my pimple. Plus a tube of the generic stuff is only like $4 and lasts forever!

  • Lori says:

    Use baby wipes to quickly clean brushes between deep cleanings

  • Anne says:

    Always sleep on your back, it will prevent wrinkles. If you’re used to sleeping any other way it can be difficult to get used to, but in future years you will bless yourself. Other than using sunblock, this is the best way to prevent wrinkles.

  • Denise says:

    Q-tips to clean up mistakes with eye makeup/lipstick or to wipe away eyeshadow fallout

  • Michelle says:

    here’s a trick i picked up from lisasz09 on youtube: after you do your concealer under your eyes, run a q-tip right along under your lower lashline. this takes off the excess product so it doesnt settle into the fine lines around your eyes!

  • Anna says:

    Use a plastic sheet as a shield for your eyelids when applying mascara to evenly coat every lash without messing your e/s up.

  • Thaís Montes says:

    Use sugar with toothpaste to exfoliate lips

  • Shel says:

    Honey mask is the best for blemishes!

  • Pes says:

    I use honey with aspirin as a mask for my pimples

  • Eve says:

    I use baby oil to remove my makeup

  • Sue says:

    Apply honey to the lips for a great moisturizer!

  • kyara says:

    I never use a hair dryer to avoid splitting ends. If I`m in a hurry and I need to leave my house, I only slightly dry my hairline and the rest has to dry on its own.

  • Annie says:

    I carry around Q-tips to touch up my liner during the day. makes me look less sloppy!

  • Jennifer says:

    Use a concealer brush to “pat” on loose eye shadows and pigments!

  • Lydia says:

    I put a small amount of highlighter above my cupid’s bow to make my lips look fuller

  • Georgia beebe says:

    I love using my eye bright pencil from Benefit on my cupids bow above my lips to give some highlight to my smile.

  • Brandy says:

    If you rip a pair of tights or pantyhose don’t throw them away – cut them up and use as ponytail holders that won’t snag your hair

  • eyemakeuplooks says:

    - Q-tips to create a smokey eye.
    - Rose water to spritz face – gives a glow look. – Concealer just below eyebrow to accentuate the brow

  • Daniela Alston says:

    i use pixie epoxy from fyrinnae to hold my glitter eyeshadows in place all day.

  • Zhi says:

    If you’re experiencing excessive dryness of the lips and it’s not due to the weather, makeup, or dehydration, it might be your toothpaste. Some toothpastes especially the ones with whitening properties can severely dry out your lips.

  • Lizzard says:

    always finish a brow with either a clear gel or a tinted gel.

  • invie says:

    The secret to controlling oily skin is actually to moisturize instead of overdrying.

  • Mary says:

    Use a little bit of paper or index card behind lashes to prevent mascara from smearing onto your skin.

  • Rachel says:

    Use green tea bags over your eyes to lessen the darkness of dark circles.

  • Michelle says:

    Mix olive oil with sugar to make a lip scrub!

  • Lydia says:

    I use as duo fibre brush to apply my foundation with a stippling technique. I find this gives an almost airbrushed look to my skin and covers all my skins imperfections smoothly.

  • keita says:

    Baking soda is awesome for exfoliating.

  • Janet says:

    If you don’t have clear mascara, brow gel, or brow wax handy, you can spray a little hairspray your spoolie brush and use it to groom your brows.

  • Lisa says:

    Use pure sweet almond oil as an eye cream!

  • Anna says:

    Tip: Don’t pay loads of money for clear brow gel, they’re basically all the same! Head to your drugstore and pick up something cheap!

  • Michelle says:

    Baby wipes are just as good to take off eye makeup as the more expensive makeup remover towelettes. Just make sure you get unscented ones!

  • Name (required):
    Email address (will not be published) (required):
    Website:
    Comment (required):
    XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>