MAC Sparkle Neely Sparkle Giveaway!- For International Readers Only


Shimmers and sparkles. How I love them. I must say, Sparkle, Neely, Sparkle! does a fab job of containing gold sparkles in a small pot. At first, I thought this was not so unique. Eyeshadows such as NARS Galapagos and Urban Decay Twice Baked came to mind when I first saw SNS. There’s just so much glitter, I feel like we’re in the 1970s at a David Bowie concert.

Here’s how to enter:

1) You must be 18 or older.

2) You must not be a resident of the U.S or Canada. This giveaway is meant for those who could not purchase anything from the Blogger’s Obsession collection.

3) Leave a comment telling me something about your country. Anything at all.

4) This giveaway ends on August 11, 2001. The winner will be notified by email.

Good luck!


About themakeuptrain

Beauty/product junkie hiding behind the title of certified makeup artist (that's the excuse I use for my makeup addiction). I am a human pet to two cats, a full time college student majoring in Cultural Anthropology and an organic food enthusiast (read: organic food freak) who cooks, bakes, and has not burned down the kitchen (I'm waiting for it). New York has put up with all of this thus far, so here is where I reside. I can be reached for comments, questions, complaints, and incoherent babbling at:
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7 Responses to MAC Sparkle Neely Sparkle Giveaway!- For International Readers Only

  1. Nia Nasyitah says:

    Hihi! i’m from a little country called Singapore XD hmmm, something about my country? We’re called the shoppers’ paradise and a food paradise cos there are loads of places for you to shop and there’s a ton of cuisines and types of food that you can find here. its mainly because of the fact that we’re a cosmopolitan country (chinese, malay, indians and eurasians) so there’s a wide variety of cuisines readily available in our country. just step into a foodcourt, or any eatery for that matter. there’ll be a lot of varieties for you to choose from! also, due to the increase in popularity of japanese and korean cuisines, more and more japanese and korean food stalls and restaurants are opening up here 🙂 come on down to Singapore to experience the burst of colours! because there are many ethnicities (and we’re one of the most peaceful and safest country to live in!), Singapore is definitely unique and colourful 🙂

  2. irina says:

    When people hear about Romania, they usually mention 3 things: Dracula, Gica Hagi, the famous football player, and Nadia Comaneci, the great gymnast. But as a country we are a lot more than that, although it is true that those 3 are emblematic. Not many people know where Romania is located on the map, and I heard a lot of questions about the country, from people who wanted to know if we even have electricity, TV or running water. Truth is that Romania is a well developing country, with good conditions, breathtaking scenery and amazing people, that are always friendly and ready to help. Cities are well developed, but the rural areas kept something from times past, they seem to be frozen in time and are as pure, simple and beautiful as they were 100 years ago.

  3. Ana Belén says:

    I’m from Spain. I love my country! You’re invited to visit it!

  4. Anamarija T says:

    Cute giveaway..:) Usually giveaways are for US only so this is nice…I’m from Croatia. We have a beautiful coast and 1000 islands, national parks and many UNESCO protected beauties 🙂 Also, our national meals are very tasty, especially if you go to seaside, like I recommended, you would try fish in many ways.:) That’s the most interesting about my country. The other things that are not so interesting…we have a sh*tty government and bad economy. :/ Hahah 😀

  5. Nin Monster says:

    I am from the Philippines! We have a tropical climate and wonderful beaches! We have a total of 7,107 islands at low tide. You should try our balut and isaw when you get here. I’m not telling what they are! 😀

  6. peachesandblushPeachesandblush says:

    I am from India, and no we dont ride on elephants to school :p :p
    Thats the most often heard stereotype iv heard

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