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!

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757 Responses to “Giveaway: Lancome Matte Lipstick”

  • packiez says:

    I always do lotion mask every night

  • heidi says:

    I always find its easier to apply my liquid liner with the corresponding hand to whatever eye im on. Instead of using my right hand for both. Maybe its just me, but it could help someone somewhere.

  • Angela says:

    I do all my eye makeup before putting on foundation, powder, and blush to make it easy to clean away fallout and poorly-executed eyeliner!

  • Eliza says:

    Line your water line with white or gold eyeliner! Makes your eyes pop! :D

  • Audrey H. says:

    Cetaphil is a wonderful & inexpensive moisturizer for head to toe use.

  • mskianaluv says:

    Use stila’s topaz kajal eyeliner for the lower waterline to make eyes pop instead of white, a little less white-white and more skin neutral with the same effect.

  • valli says:

    I use black khol and dark eye shadow on top of it because it stays put better!

  • Ann says:

    If your perfume isn’t lasting as long as you want, try moisturizing with a scentless lotion, or jojoba oil, or something similar (most important that it has no scent) before applying fragrance. Dry skin swallows perfume.

  • Miss QQ says:

    Always remove makeup completely before you go to bed for good skin.

  • Amy says:

    pat some concealer on your lips to blank out your pigmented lips and to make lipstick colours last longer

  • Melissa says:

    My beauty tips are using. Retin A and always seeing my dermatolgist

  • Chau Pham says:

    I use lipsticks as blush. Audrey lipstick by Laura Mercier is my favorite!

  • Rae says:

    Scent-free baby oil might leave a bit of grease on your skin, but it’s amazing for makeup — even the waterproof stuff!

  • Blue says:

    Extra virgin olive oil works great to remove very resistant makeup, even on sensitive areas as your eyes. It also does wonders for dry damaged hair if used as a mask. :)

  • Elise says:

    I spritz rose water then put a little bit of essential oils anywhere I want to put my perfume to make it last longer

  • Lucia says:

    Use a soft thootbrush with a little bit of essential oil to gently scrub the lips!

  • May says:

    Pat 1 – 2 drops of olive oil all over the face and neck after moisturizer to seal in the product. Do this 1 – 2 times a week.

  • Thaís Montes says:

    I always do lotion mask every night

  • Bren says:

    Green concealer te cover spots really works!

  • styleezta says:

    I always wear night cream so my skin is nice and soft in the am :D

  • Kayvid says:

    Fill the lips with lipliner first and then apply lipstick. This will make it last longer.

  • Nicole says:

    If you are stuck with no makeup remover, any type of cream (even conditioner!) will do in a rut. :)

  • Vero says:

    When I want my eyes to pop I use Humid Eyeshadow.

  • Dee says:

    I save mascara wands even if there is no mascara left. The wands are all so different!

  • Cathy Mirecki says:

    I use a homemade scrub – brown sugar, honey, olive oil – once a week. It is a good exfoliant and moisturizer, and tastes good too!

  • yumi says:

    gold eyeliner when i am tired always makes me look more awake.

  • Sofia says:

    for naturaly coloured lips (like mine) use a bit of ur foundation instead of concealer before ur lipstick …the result seems more natural ( at least on me)

  • tamara Manor says:

    I always keep a 2nd tube of lipstick in my favorite shade in my handbag, just in case I forget to bring it with me. I also bring a less expensive brand with me in my bag so the Lancomes stay home in case I lose anything, but I try to keep the shades matched. Either way, I look great!

  • emma says:

    To save money on blotting papers, try to find a Japanese market or supermarket, if you can. Or buy MUJI blotting papers. $10 blotting sheets are just not worth it.

  • Cayley says:

    blotting your lipstick will make it stay on longer :-)

  • konstantina says:

    My beauty tip is not to apply night cream one night per month, to allow your skin to breathe.

  • Paula says:

    I spray a bit of fix+ on my kabuki when I use bareMinerals foundation. It blends right into your skin and gives you no cakeyness whatsoever.

  • Ann says:

    apply undereye concealer with a small taklon brush

  • kyara says:

    Every now and then I have a make-up-free day, to allow my skin to regenerate.

  • Shahada Simone says:

    Curly haired girls: use regular conditioner as leave-in conditioner; it leaves your hair nice and soft…and keeps the curls bouncy!

  • Melly says:

    Exfoliation is key! Makeup applies more smoothly and you’ll find you need less product overall. I prefer to use an AHA lotion at night and when I wash my face I use a mild exfoliating cloth (I love the Luxury Flannel Facial Cloth from The Body Shop). These two products play a major role in keeping my skin smooth.

  • Saku says:

    Not only is grape seed oil good to cook in. But it helps smooth the skin and stretch marks.

  • Jenni says:

    I love Guerlain Meteorites as a setting/finishing powder but, I always remove the super sparkly ones. I save them an use them just for high-lighting.

  • Jackie says:

    Hello there! So, I’ve always had very straight eyebrows no matter which way I would pluck/wax/trim them. I learned a massage technique to place your fingers beneath the brows and lift them while rocking your head forward a bit. It instantly lifts them and gives me a bit of arch! Temporarily of course (it’s a daily routine), but it definitely helps!

  • eyemakeuplooks says:

    Regular threading for beautiful arched brows

  • Imelda says:

    I always heat up my eyelash curler with my blowdryer for a few seconds before I use it. It curls my lashes perfectly and the heat makes it last all day!

  • Monica says:

    Awesome giveaway!

    I like the moisturize my under eye area right before i put on foundation to keep it hydrated all day!

  • Denise says:

    Whenever I get red, itchy patches on my face or neck (as my sensitive skin is prone to develop), Cortisone-10 Intensive Healing Cream soothes them and keeps the area moisturized.

  • Pamela says:

    I use eye cream on my lips when I know I’ll be wearing a matte lipstick–it’s more moisturizing than balm.

  • LauraJ says:

    Don’t pick at *anything* on your face :(

  • soaper1 says:

    Exfoliation is essential. I exfoliate at least 3x per week.

  • Audrey H. says:

    Always try makeup on the inside of your wrist before buying and watch for any reactions.

  • Anna says:

    Use a nude lipliner to blank out your lips to get the TRUE color of the lipstick to show up

  • Melissa says:

    I rub lemon juice on my skin after washing, leave it on for a minute or two, then rinse. It helps acne, exfoliates, and leaves my skin looking radiant.

  • Rachel says:

    I warm up my eyeliners by rolling them in my hands for smoother application.

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