Melusine Giveaway

The end of the year always conjures up visions of holiday galas that I neither host nor attend. But that doesn’t stop me from planning for them. Steel restaurant makes a cocktail they call a cosmo bianco. I believe its components are vodka, white cranberry juice, and fresh lime, and they bring you a clear aperitif in a sugar-rimmed glass with three cranberries floating in it. It looks unbelievably festive.

Anyway, to help you get ready (makeup-wise) for any galas you may need to attend, I’m going to send one lucky winner NARS Melusine eyeshadow duo (swatched here).

Rules and how to enter:

  • This giveaway starts today and ends Sunday, November 21, at midnight.
  • This giveaway is open to readers anywhere in the world.
  • You may enter once per day.
  • A winner will be selected at random from the valid entries.
  • To enter, leave a comment on this post. Tell me your favorite seasonal beverage (which need not be alcoholic).
  • Winner 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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316 Responses to “Melusine Giveaway”

  • somewings says:

    lemon tea

  • Teresa says:

    Ummmmmm HOT CHOCOLATE!

  • Jean says:

    Hot citrus tea, Korean style, when it’s chilly. It’s called “yool-moo” tea in Korean but I’m not sure what that would translate to in English. At any rate, it’s sweet and sort of honey like, and a great folk remedy for when you have a cold!

  • aclearcutsign says:

    Irish coffee

  • Shannon says:

    in the cold weather, a big hot cup of tea is still the best. Green tea, as always, is amazing. Plus Honey! Honey goes so well with hot tea imo.

  • AZ says:

    I love making mulled wine on a cold night!

  • Marie says:

    I’m not a big fan of coffee, but I do enjoy a nice cup of Irish coffee with lots of cream. :)

  • Stephanie says:

    Bellinis at 10 in the morning… but only on the actual day of the holiday!

  • Michelle says:

    hot chocolate with extra marshmallows=)

  • Erin says:

    My favorite seasonal drink is sparkling cider!

  • Thaís Montes says:

    Hot chocolate ^^

  • Mamavalveeta03 says:

    Starbucks Peppermint Mocha!

  • Depi says:

    Starbucks Mocha Praline!!

  • danielle says:


  • Cheryl says:

    warm chai…yummy spice-y goodness!

  • AZ says:

    Mulled wine on a cold night is delicious

  • Debbie says:

    Starbucks’ Peppermint Mochas

  • Ann says:

    Since it’s also cold and flu season, another favorite beverage is ginger tea, which my husband and I like to make at home, it’s really easy. Basically you just have to boil thin slices of ginger in water (you can add other stuff, like a cinnamon stick and lemon juice for example), and then strain it, and we like to sweeten ours with honey, though it’s more healing if you don’t. It genuinely helps you feel better if you’re sick.

  • Esther says:

    Chocolate Frappe from McDonalds :)

  • elisa says:

    Cosmopolitan!! So cool….

  • Ellie says:

    I love apple cider~~

  • Iced lemon tea with a dash of honey

  • Bella says:

    Hot chocolateeeeee!!!!!!!!!! with teeny tiny marshmellows!!!

  • Christie C. says:

    Mulled wine is nice!

  • Landin says:

    I love chocolate with white chocolate mocha creamers!

  • Ashley says:

    Starbucks Peppermint Mocha!

  • Lena N. says:

    well, I’m gonna be so cliche, but hot cream coffee is by far my favourite drink in winter What can I say, I’m an addict :)

  • Stephanie says:

    Hot chocolate with a shot of Baileys!

  • Ellen says:


  • Sherry B. says:

    Hot Earl Grey tea with honey!

  • layla says:

    a hot chocolate with mini marshmallows on top :)

  • Anne says:

    I am from Denmark. And the most seasonal drink we have here is Glôgg. It´s hot red wine with almonds and raisins (usually the raisins have soaked in some alcohol over night), the wine is cooked with whole spices (cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and cloves). It is so nice and warming :)

  • Andie says:

    Since I’m German, my favourite is of course Glühwein. It’s a spiced up, warm wine.

  • aclearcutsign says:

    mulled wine

  • Mandie says:

    egg nog latte (Starbucks)

  • Hedgie says:

    I love hot chocolate, but also anything with cinnamon – apple & cinnamon tea for example is perfect for me when it’s cold…

  • Marie says:

    I like a little Baileys after a nice meal. :)

  • Hofken says:

    Hot chocolate with marshmallows

  • Halifax says:

    I’m craving hot apple cider now :)

  • Jean says:

    Green tea for now!

  • Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I love me some apple cider, yessiree I do!!!

  • Crystal says:

    I haven’t had any good wassail in years, but it’s the very best! =)

  • Juice! I love me a good thick cup of fruit juice :D None of that bottled kind, but freshly made ones :D

  • Ellie says:

    I like apple cider~~~~~~~

  • Bella says:


  • Christie C. says:

    Eggnog latte!

  • Landin says:

    I also really love hot chocolate with caramel machiatto creamer! So yummy!

  • Ann says:

    I love peppermint (or peppermint schnapps) in hot chocolate, or as an alternative, hot chocolate mixed with coffee, or maybe all three together … I also like Baileys at this time of year, it’s also good in hot chocolate or coffee.

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