Tarte Bronze Smoky Eye Giveaway

TartePretty nifty giveaway prize this week: Tarte’s Bronze Smoky Eye “Beauty in a Box” kit.

The set includes: full sizes of Tarte’s Lock & Roll 12-hour eyeshadow in Burnt Bronze, EmphasEYES Waterproof shadow/liner in Plum, Rise & Shine Lipgloss and Stain in Nude, Clean Slate natural face primer, as well as a fabulous deluxe-sized mini Mineral Powder Bronzer in Park Avenue Princess, and a mini Lights, Camera, Splashes! natural waterproof mascara.

This set is sold only through Sephora (and retails for $45), and every item is waterproof or water-resistant (nice!).

Rules and how to enter:

  • This giveaway starts today and ends Sunday, August 22, at midnight.
  • 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. What’s the most extreme thing you’ve done to track down a makeup purchase? Driven across state lines for a limited edition lipstick? Found a pen pal, then asked them to buy you Lancome’s Erika F? You can enter by this method once per day.
  • You can earn as many extra entries as you want. To earn an extra entry, write a review of a Tarte product for KarlaSugar-Interact. Leave a comment with a link to your review.
    • Only new reviews (written this week) are valid; previously written Tarte reviews are not eligible for extra entries.
  • 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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194 Responses to “Tarte Bronze Smoky Eye Giveaway”

  • Rica says:

    i once waited an hour and a half before the doors opened at makeup sale ( it was a cold winters morning) to make sure i got my hands on mac lipsticks. They are always the first to go at one of these sales.

  • Amy says:

    I got a male friend who was on holiday in the US to haul me back some pretty Laura Mercier face palettes and foundation to Australia.

    He thought I was a nutcase making him buy women products lol.

  • Christina says:

    I check MANY different websites to see what they have in stock/prices.

  • valli says:

    The most extreme thing I’ve done was to buy the exact same magazine three times to get a benefit lipgloss that was given away full size with it, just to get the color I wanted.

  • Sharon says:

    I check out different websites. several, several different websites. If there;s something I want and I cant get it in person, I will become obsessed until I can find a place to get it!!

  • Halifax says:

    Nothing else to consider as crazy lol Making the staff in the store call other locations to find the product, I guess

  • tpzhearts says:

    I search all the stores in my area (which can sometimes be a lot) until I find it.

  • ter says:

    I have gone to 30 stores in one day trying to find Sally Hansen’s nailpolish “Hidden Treasure”! Would you believe I STILL haven’t found it? I know it was 30 cuz my daughter counted!

  • Camille says:

    Going to a lot of stores to check which one has it !!

  • hofken says:

    The most extreme thing I’ve done to track down a makeup purchase is to resort to ebay for Giorgio Armani foundation

  • I ordered some hard to find makeups over ebay that are twice as much at it’s original price!! And paid for international shipment!

  • Hana says:

    i waited for 3 hours in line to get into the store. >_>

  • Kacey says:

    Day #5! I’ve gone drugstore hopping many a time. The worst is when you can see that a drugstore carries something you want, but it’s all sold out ;_;

  • Sarah says:

    I go to a bunch of stores in the same day back to back looking for a product

  • Lucy says:

    Please enter me in your giveaway. I’ve driven across two states to look for some MAC products. Insane! I also have my BFF checking drugstores on her way home from work for a certain nail polish. She had to keep checking at least 4 times a week at 5 different drugstores. Took 3 weeks till she found me Sally Hansen’s Hidden Treasure. Thankfully she also bought me a backup. She’s a doll!

    makeupgirl21@comcast.net

  • Ann says:

    I’m really new to the whole make up scene. You might not consider what I’ve done that outrageous. But, give me time…lol. I’ve always loved buying make up, but, only recently discovered websites such as this devoted to all things beauty, especially the tutorials. I love them! Anyhow, I spent THREE hours online last night looking for make up brushes. It was hard to decide. I went with a middle of the road set until I get better with my application techniques.

  • Samantha says:

    The very first thing I did when I got to Las Vegas (from Canada) was head to the outlet malls and stock up with amazing deals on MAC, Estee Lauder, Clinique, and oh so many other faves. Now when I go, I get LISTS from friends of what products they want me to bring back for them!

  • Coco says:

    Another thing I did was search through 268 pages of Ebay for a limited edition lipstick (it was an international version). I remember the page number exactly because I was so awed at the fact that I could literally sit there for hours looking for a single lipstick! (Haha, I’m starting to run out of crazy things I did for makeup :])

    + even more reviews =] (I really did try these all out!):

    http://interact.karlasugar.net/2010/08/review-tarte-picture-perfect-eyelash-curler/

    &

    http://interact.karlasugar.net/2010/08/review-tarte-glam-on-the-go-kabuki-brush/

  • Victoria says:

    the most extreme thing i have done to track down a makeup item is to convince my friend to buy me a eyeshadow at Sephora in New York during their honeymoon hahahaha

  • Tamara Manor says:

    Call Bergdorf Goodman and get a phone order.

  • valli says:

    I bought 3 magazines which contained a full size benefit lipgloss free just to get the right color!

  • Marie says:

    One of the most extreme things I’ve done was considering going to nearby country to get my hands on a product. I couldn’t do it in the end… but I really wanted to!

  • Camille says:

    Going to the store very, very, very early in the morning…

  • tpzhearts says:

    Suggesting a vacation spot lol, but it always has to have a CCO nearby!

  • Kacey says:

    (#6) I’ve done pretty obscene amounts of internet research regarding products and where to find them.

  • Hofken says:

    The most extreme thing I’ve done to track down askeup purchase is to shop eBay.

  • zhi says:

    I live in a small town and the mall here does not have any makeup counters that I care for so I have to drive almost an hour away to buy the makeup that I want. Sephora, Ulta, and makeup lines such as Benefit, Chanel, MAC, etc are all at least one hour away. I hate buying things online without seeing it in person first so the net is not really an option.

  • Anastasia says:

    internet searches

  • Tamara Manor says:

    The second I see it on your website and I think they may sell out, I call Sephora!

  • Lauren says:

    Like some earlier entries, resorting to ebay to find a limited time product that had expired and wasn’t going to return to stores for at least a year.

  • Victoria says:

    the most extreme thing i have done to track down a makeup item is to convince my friend to buy me a eyeshadow at Sephora in New York during their honeymoon hahha

  • Petra says:

    Waited from 7.55 to 8.00 for a Lush store in England to open, so I can purchase fresh face masks that they don’t sell in my country. But because of that, I missed my train and missed my flight… That has to be my most expensive face mask if all time. :(

  • Camille says:

    I’ve gone to a lot of stores in one day to find what I was looking for !!

  • valli says:

    I bought 3 issues of the same magazine which contained a full size benefit lipgloss, just to get the right color (an apricot color)!

  • Chrissie says:

    The most extreme thing that I’ve done is woken up at 7am to get onto a train and go to Toronto to get my hands on a Marine Life highlight powder when I only needed to be downtown at 6 pm

  • Hofken says:

    The most extreme thing I’ve done to track down a makeup purchase is to buy from eBay.

  • bhei says:

    i applied and worked as a Sales Assistant for the company i really love before, so i can have and purchase all the make ups i´m dying to have…

  • sunchicka says:

    I’ve had my best friend in another state ship the desired item to me.

  • Kacey says:

    Last day comment! On occasion, I’ve given up – but a RAOK came up and helped me out!

  • Kacey says:

    Second (and last review, since I don’t own any Tarte products but these!):

    http://interact.karlasugar.net/2010/08/review-tarte-natural-cheek-stain-in-tickled/

  • Coco says:

    Last but not least, I remember forcing my mom to drive five hours to a beauty outlet with tons of discontinued items from the Lancome-owned brands. I was really excited since I think that was when I just started getting in to makeup (thus, missed all those discontinued items :])! Thanks mom :]] haha.

    Plus my last reviews as well:

    http://interact.karlasugar.net/2010/08/review-tarte-multipleye-primer/

    &

    http://interact.karlasugar.net/2010/08/review-tarte-easy-crease-brush/

    (whew, that was a total of 8 Tarte reviews this week =]] (and eight extra entries-yay!!))

  • Rochelle says:

    I called in every day at the store to check to see if they had the product I wanted! -.-

  • Amy C. says:

    I once drove to every mall in the area looking for a Stila palette, because I needed it “now”. :D

  • Bex says:

    I watch eBay and other online stores to see when something on my wishlist is available and I purchase it as fast as I can. I recently spent over $100 in one go

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