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”

  • Zuin says:

    Ever since i was young, i’ve seen my mother use her lipstick to stain her cheeks. I’ve followed suit ever since especially in desperate times!

  • Brenda says:

    My mom never used make-up. Nowadays I’m teaching her things (since I’m in a make-up course)!

  • claire says:

    She taught me that proper removal of makeup is necessarily to maintain good skin!

  • tamara Manor says:

    Mom used her fingers to apply makeup in those hard to reach places..Sometimes it’s the best applicator..

  • Jennie says:

    My mom taught me to remove makeup every night!

  • Jen says:

    My mom uses vaseline to remove eye make up every night….she swears by it, and is pretty wrinkle free!

  • Laura Y. says:

    Don’t spritz perfume on your hair, cause it’ll make it dry, don’t put it on your wrists and rub them together, cause it’ll destroy the texture of the essential oils. It is better to put it on the clothes you wear e.g. on the ends of your sleeves.

  • Cheeky says:

    My mum taught me that less is really more; wearing piles of makeup will hide your natural beauty

  • rosie says:

    My mom taught me how putting even a little lipstick on can brighten my smile and my day. =)

  • Danielle says:

    I learned that mascara can make a huge deferent!

  • Tracy says:

    Thankfully, my mom shared a wonderful beauty/makeup tip to help with my highly oily, acne prone skin. She suggested applying a really thin coat of Milk of Magnesia to my face (under the makeup) to help control the daily oil production. For acne, she suggested Queen Helene Original Mint Julep Masque to wear at night. My skin never looked better and foundation stayed on longer (less oil) with a smooth finish (less acne). Great stuff! :o )

  • Marta says:

    She taught me to wear some blush…

  • Giorgia says:

    i learn from my mother how to make gorgeus lips…so she taught me that before blend my lipstick i have to smooth lips with a waxy balm and massage them with your fingertips and finally let it sink in for few mins. Than if you want you can apply also a lip gloss and for reduce the excess just kiss a small piece of paper…your lips will be great!

  • Julia says:

    my mom tought me how to apply blush :)

  • Cassidey says:

    My mom taught me to remove my eye makeup using vaseline. It works great (and is cheap too)!

  • Blue says:

    From my mom I learned that minimal make-up doesn’t mean coverig your skin with foundation, thus looking pale and dull, but instead putting on a dab of blush to add colour to your cheeks and a bit of eyeliner to make your eyes stand out.
    This will make you look waaay better than just covering up your face.

  • ena says:

    My mother taught me how to apply mascara and lipstick.

  • Gabriela says:

    My mother was the first person that give me a makeup product as a present: a lipstick. She taught me how to apply it.

  • yumi says:

    black eyeliner is a bit harsh on me, so my mom told me to use grey. love it.

  • carolina says:

    not sure actually…she didn’t teach me any trick..:(

  • Nadine says:

    My mom advocated not wearing foundation unless absolutely necessary.

  • Fabienne says:

    My mother always told me to remove all my make up before going to bed and use a moisturizing cream.

  • Ann says:

    a blue black can look less harsh than black but still not appear blue as eyeliner.

  • Evelyn says:

    she taught me to love my curly hair!

  • styleezta says:

    My mother said to moisturise EVERY DAY no matter what :D

  • mac-a-holic says:

    blue eyeliner to make brown eyes pop =)

  • Camille says:

    My mom taught me how to pick the right lipstick colours for my skintone :)

  • Mimi says:

    My grandma taught me to always wear sunscreen. :)

  • Miss QQ says:

    She taught me how to apply and choose the right foundation and not to go too heavy on it.

  • Laura says:

    sunscreen, and every kind of moisturizer.

  • Billie says:

    Mine taught me about the color wheel (she painted) and to use something with purple or pink to make green eyes look greener.

  • Michelle says:

    My mom taught me to always moisturize!

  • Monica says:

    None as my mom didn’t wear makeup

  • Hanna says:

    Unfortunately she taught me nothing :(

  • Julia Arenas says:

    My mom always taught me not to draw in my eyebrows too harshly using brow powder. She taught me how to blend them out properly, sometimes she would even draw them for me.

  • Hanna says:

    I’m from sweden and grew up and although my mom have five children she always had the time and effort to wear some kind of lipproduct, hers was lipstick or something like it. I inherited this habit and I feel uncomfortable(or I would say I feel more comfortable with something on my lips!)


  • Joanne says:

    My mom taught me how to use a eyebrow pencil to draw and enhance my eyebrows as since I was small, I have very little hairs on my eyebrows.

  • Natalia says:

    Always clean your makeup before go to bed and rinse your face with cold water.

  • valli says:

    She taught me to only put makeup on my eyes and cheeks OR, on my eyes and lips, OR, on my cheeks and lips. It looks more subtle :)

  • elise says:

    she always told me to wear the shades and colours that make me feel confident.

  • Marie says:

    My mom taught me how to curl my lashes with a spoon when I was little

  • Marianna says:

    She didn’t really teach me anything, because she didn’t wear makeup. I’ve taught her some stuff :)

  • Mariana says:

    My mother taught me that taking care of my skin is the most important step in my beauty routine.

  • Jenn says:

    My mom taught me to use sunscreen every day, even when it’s not sunny!

  • Katrina F. says:

    My mom always tell me to wash my face before going to bed.

  • Anna says:

    My mom taught me to remove makeup every night.

  • Michelle says:

    My mom taught me that eyebrows are so important. Because of her, if I’m crunched for time, I fill in my eyebrows rather than doing eyeshadow or blush.

  • Colleen says:

    My mother taught me that the most beautiful thing is a smile!

  • Annette says:

    She taught me to always remove my makeup before bed.

  • Rina says:

    My mom taught me to use a lipliner that is the same color or very, very close to your natural lip color; then line the lips and then fill in 1/8 of the way, then smudge– created the illusion of pouty, pouty lips that look very natural and sexy!

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