A Fall is Fabulous Giveaway!

Tis the season for giveaways! I am super excited to offer this giveaway and spread the word about my brand new Twitter account and Facebook page.

So I invite you to enter to win The Kiss Me Kit by Tokyo Milk. I love this kit in Kiss & Tell, which features a portrait of Marie Antoinette on both the matchbox case and the tube. Oh and the color is shimmery and gorgeous!

One lucky winner will receive a "The Kiss Me Kit" in Kiss & Tell!

"The perfect preparation for puckering up, this kit contains a pout-enhancing, SPF 15 lipstick in a flirty, paper-wrapped tube and a pack of "Knock Him To His Knees" cinnamon mints. "
  • Set of lipstick and mints 
  • Kiss & Tell: an intoxicating champagne shimmer
  • Lipstick ingredients: lanolin oil, wax, wheat germ extract, jojoba, avocado oil, aloe extract, vitamin E 
  • Mint ingredients: sugar, natural and artificial flavors 
  • Lipstick: 0.12 oz 
  • Mints: 0.11 oz 
  • USA
How to Enter:
Enter using the below widget by 11:59 pm, November 21, 2015
Winners will be announced and contacted by email on November 23. Shipment to US addresses.

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Good luck!!


  1. My favourite type of post is everything about 18'th century, but especially about Marie Antoinette. I've always been fascinated by her. :)

  2. Julie5:17 PM

    I like fashion posts.

  3. My favorites are also the fashion posts. Thank you for the opportunity!

  4. I love anything about Marie Antoinette and her personal life and the fashion of that day.

  5. ooh! I love Tokyo Milk

  6. Anonymous6:40 PM

    Omg, that packaging is divine!

  7. I would have to say the fashion posts for sure - shaunie

  8. Anything 18th century, I love the Marie Antoinette movie.

  9. Anonymous12:25 PM

    I love anything 18th Century, but fashion is really fun to read:)

  10. Anonymous1:12 PM

    My favorite is fashion posts, but I enoy reading about history, I´ve learned a lot from this blog.

  11. I love the art posts the most!

  12. Anything 18th century!! <3

  13. MJ Moore6:41 PM

    I like learning about art, or everyday life in the 18th century!

  14. 18th century details. Not just from the famous but also the day-to-day intrigue. Keep it coming.

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