Giveaway: Benefit Glam Face Palette
Dec 13, 2011
This seven-piece makeup kit features Benefit’s chic new shades and celebrated bestsellers. From Girl Meets Pearl to BADgal Lash, this kit has everything you need to achieve a fabulous flush, glamorous glow, alluring eyes, a flirty wink, and irresistible lips.
This set contains:
– 0.25 oz Girl Meets Pearl (pearly golden pink)
– 0.18 oz Eyeshadow Palette in Pink Fancy (pale pink), Icy Lilac (silvery light mauve), Posh Amethyst (soft plum), Precious Pewter (steel gray)
– Double-Ended Sponge Applicator
– 0.07 oz Glamming Face Powder with Brush (soft rose/ peachy pink sheen)
– 0.14 oz A Little Bit BADgal Lash Mascara in black
– 0.18 oz Lip Gloss in Life On The A List (bubble gum pink)
– Makeup Tutorial Guide
Since it’s a holiday-themed week here at CHS, let’s keep up the Christmas cheer for this giveaway. We’ve already discussed best gifts and favorite Christmas carols, so let’s talk about holiday traditions.
Every Christmas, my family goes sledding. But we don’t “sled” like normal people. We sled the Fearsome Foursome way. In other words, it’s not fun unless there’s a chance of serious injury or death.
The road outside our home is a 1/4 mile drop, at a 45-degree-angle, with a hairpin turn about halfway down (hereafter referred to as “the course”). Using a Torpedo sled, we careen down the course head first. It’s basically a combination of Olympic Skeleton and Disney’s Splash Mountain without all of those unecessary safety measures.
In addition to the sledder, one family member is the spotter. This person watches for cars using a pair of binoculars. One family member is the driver, because climbing back up the hill in a snowsuit carrying a 30lb sled is not happening. (The driver is also responsible for keeping the dogs out of the way after the Great Golden Retriever Incident of 2010.) And the fourth family member is the judge.
The judge stands next to the spotter holding a cell phone in one hand and a score card in the other. We score for distance, speed, accuracy and dismount on standard 10 point scale. Because when you hit the 11 foot tall snow pile at the bottom of the course, you will fly off the sled but we try to do it with style.
This is why the cell phone has the ambulance on speed dial.
And that ladies and gentlemen is how we do Christmas in the Wild Wild West, and why Christmas visitors must sign a liability waiver and be at least 5 feet tall.
What are your holiday traditions? And if you don’t have one, is there one you’d like to start?
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