Giveaway: MAC Art Supplies

I recently posted swatches of MAC Art Supplies (featuring Greasepaint Sticks, Pearlglide Eyeliners, and new Pro Longwear Lipstain Markers). This week’s prize is a MAC Greasepaint Stick and a Pearlglide Eyeliner, in the winner’s choice of shades.

Here’s how it works:

  • This giveaway starts today and ends Sunday, April 11, 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 makeup habit, trick, or technique you learned from your mother.

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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882 Responses to “Giveaway: MAC Art Supplies”

  • becka says:

    always remove eye mu.

  • Chantal says:

    She taught me to pluck my eyebrows in the direction of growth (after I messed up my right inner eyebrow–it’s still farked 20 years later!!!)

  • Anne says:

    My mom taught me that cheap lipstick is as good as the expensive kind–but I’ve since taught myself that it’s not (necessarily) true!

  • Michelle says:

    My mum advised me to cut my eyelashes off, “it might make them grow faster and longer!” Which I obediently followed, two weeks before my prom night! (Thankfully they did grow back at a reasonable speed, though I’m not sure about longer!)

  • Miss QQ says:

    She taught me not to over-pluck my eyebrows as eyebrows that are too thin are not appealing.

  • ena says:

    She taught me that less is best.

  • mia says:

    Make sure your mascara does not give you raccoon eyes

  • Lucy H. says:

    My mom didn’t teach me anything except always care about my skin.

  • beatriz says:

    My mother was the first person that showed me rice based loose powder.

  • Julia C. says:

    My mother taught me to use witch hazel as a natural toner!

  • Mimi says:

    My mom taught me that smudgy mascara is not a good look for me. :X

  • Julia says:

    always use lipbalm!

  • Erica says:

    My mom taught me too much eyeliner makes me look gothic.. haha! This was back in sixth grade.

  • theRompiche says:

    My mother told me to clean my face before to go to bed without make up !

    Thank you

  • Annette says:

    My mom taught me how to put blush on the apples of my cheeks.

  • mac-a-holic says:

    applying bronzer =)

  • Anna says:

    Usually my mother comes to me for all things makeup related, but what I have learnt from her is to only use as much foundation as it takes to make the skin tone even/hide discoloration – less is more. This technique makes you look your best and very natural at any age! :)

  • laurz says:

    My mom hardly wore any makeup day to day. But, I have such an early memory of her getting ready to go out with my dad on a “date night”, and she always wore lipstick. She taught me that lipstick is all you need to make a look “evening”.

  • Vlcatko says:

    I learned that if you want to wear glitter you should consider carefully where, how and what kind/quality you place on your face :D

  • babicsek says:

    My mom taught me not to pluck my eyebrows to thin,and to always take off my make up before going to bed.

  • toni says:

    my mom taught me that face is a very important thing and use the right products. Back then when i was in high school i have a lot of pimples and she was the one who encourages me to go to the dermatologist.

  • angela says:

    My mom taught me that less is usually more when it comes to makeup.

  • Nicolle says:

    My mom told me to never use an oil based foundation/concealer or it would cause be to break out. Sound advice!

  • Colleen says:

    I learned to always wear sunscreen.

  • LUCY says:

    Natural look is the beauty.
    Don’t over doing any~

  • Adva says:

    My my taught me the powder trick to make lipsticks last longer on the lips: after you apply lipstick to your lips, put on some clear face powder (lightly), and then put another layer of the lipstick. Works like magic :)

  • jenny says:

    My mom taught me that sunscreen is most important and made me slather it on before any makeup.

  • Justina says:

    my mom told me to go to sleep earlier to help my skin out

  • Isabella says:

    Less is more.

  • Crissy says:

    Always wear sunscreen!

  • grace says:

    my mom taught me to always wash everything off! if im too lazy/don’t have time to give my oily face a full wash (this is only if i dont have foundation on), i use toner to get rid of oil fast =]

  • Kelly says:

    Never leave without sunscreen.

  • Evelyn says:

    ha! My mother never wore makeup — I had to give her tips when she decided it was time to start filling in her eyebrows. :) Taking her to the MAC counter was a lot of fun!

  • Susi says:

    haha when I was young, my mother taught me about the eyelash curler.
    However, I’ve grown up and now I teach her :)

  • Anna says:

    She taught me to take it all off before bed…and to drink lots-n-lotsa water.

  • Pamela says:

    Mascara and eyeliner is all you need !

  • Laura says:

    sunscreen sunscreen sunscreen

  • Maria J says:

    my mother taught to always wash my face before bed and moisturize to prevent premature aging.

  • Kai says:

    use eyelash curler!

  • Amy says:

    My mum always taught me to use colour sparingly on the face so. I’ve always stayed with neutral subtle looks for most of my makeup forays.

  • claire says:

    my mum taught me that less is more, and not to pile on too much makeup.

  • Daniela Alston says:

    she taught me to dab on my eye cream instead of swiping.

  • suzannec says:

    egg white is a great natural mask

  • Kim says:

    Put vaseline on dry feet and put on a pair of socks before bed! works like a charm! xo

  • Karli says:

    My mom never really gave me any tips. I’m always teaching her things!

  • Connie says:

    my mom always reminded me not to overpluck my brows and I finally started listening =P

  • shelley says:

    refresh your makeup before your husband comes home so you’ll look your best for him.

  • Anna says:

    Mommy taught me that too much glitter is a no go awful look!

  • Eva says:

    I teach her. :)

  • Lisa says:

    I wish I could think of more things my mom taught me, or that I taught her, but I can’t…well, I suppose I will repeat–Cold Cream is too heavy for my oily skin!

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