MAC Jealousy Wakes Giveaway!- For International Readers Only

It’s time for another giveaway! Two lucky international readers will each win a brand new MAC Jealousy Wakes eyeshadow.

Here are the rules:

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. It can be anything as long as you tell me something about your country. You may only comment once. The winner will be chosen by

4) You have two chances to enter. I am now on Twitter:!/themakeuptrain. If you follow me and retweet this giveaway, I’ll enter your name again when I select the winner. So this means you can either comment here, retweet on Twitter, or do both.  It’s up to you.

5) This contest will end on September 8, 2011.

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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14 Responses to MAC Jealousy Wakes Giveaway!- For International Readers Only

  1. Great giveaway! I would love to win this!

    I’m from Turkey, I could tell you so much about it, I’ll keep it simple by telling you about Turkish coffee. Turkish coffee is coffee that is super grinded into almost powder form and made in a little coffee pot we call “cezve” with water. We only make tiny cups of it because it is really strong. I like mine very sweet with lots of froth. Apparently over a hundred years ago when coffee was first brought to the Ottoman Empire, the Sultan had it poured into the sea because he thought it was disgusting. Now we are a country of coffee addicts. Greeks, Serbians, Arabs and many others drink Turkish coffee as well.

    I also follow you on twitter as Burcidi and tweeted the giveaway here:!/burcidi/status/100715052025380864

    Thanks hun!

  2. Geili Ohtla says:

    im from estonia. small country, unknown and blahblahblah. but i like to live here. it’s quiet, winters are snowy, summers are hot and it’s just so damn beautiful. BUT it’s almost impossible to buy MAC, nyx etc. only way you cold get something from mac is to buy it from ebay.

  3. Dee says:

    As a tiny dot on the world map, our sunny island was and is still often mistaken to be part of China or Malaysia. In fact, TODAY 9TH AUGUST is our Nation’s 46th Birthday!
    Flying the flags of red and white, Singapore has indeed come a long way to where she is right now.
    In Singapore, locals and non-locals enjoy the clean and safe country, delight in filling our tummies with food all-day and appreciate the cosmopolitan lifestyle 🙂

    That's a lovely shade! And it'd be a perfect addition to my minimalist makeup collection 🙂

    ❤ Dee

  4. Nia Nasyitah says:

    I’m from Singapore and today’s Singapore’s 46th birthday!! (but you already know that hahaha!)

    A little tidbit about Singapore: Singapore is among the 20 smallest countries in the world, with a total land area of only 682.7 square kilometres. The USA is about 15,000 times bigger. However apart from Monaco, Singapore is the most densely populated country in the world, with 6,430 people per square kilometre. (but i’m definitely sure its more now cos Singapore’s population has grown quite a bit)

  5. Holly - InspirationBeauty says:

    I’m so sorry, disregard my last comment, I got too excited before reading the rules! I’m from Ireland, and I love where I live so much. Home of Guinness and great night life, everyone is friendly and helpful and there is a great sense of community. Where I live, you can’t go anywhere without bumping into someone you know! I live in Dublin, and the city is bustling and lively. I’m so glad I live here

  6. Brid :) says:

    Hi Chris, heart your blog, tune in every day 😀

    I’m from ireland,(more specifically limerick) – home of rainy weather, green pastures, humorous people, nice shops, historical ruins, LOTS of universities, numerous accents (sometimes i can’t understand people that live 2 hours away from me, but thats a story for another day), SHEEP(!), awesome bands (u2, snow patrol, cranberries and the script), LOADS of pubs (serving the aforementioned guiness), gaeilge (the irish language) . . . . yeah, the list goes on! I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else . .

  7. Anamarija T says:

    Let me tell you a few things about Croatia:) It’s a small country in south Europe, shaped unique like a bird with one wing, next to Italy (boot shaped:D). Untouched nature and sea are the largest treasures, national culture and delicious food will tempt your senses to taste it!
    With a mild Mediterranean climate it’s perfect for summer holidays and if you wish for a gettaway place in the nature-lot’s of camping spots -or a luxurious cottage in the woods or a hotel- you name it baby!:)

  8. I am from the Philippines! I love my country because of its tropical climate, moody weather (it’s sunny then suddenly it will rain. :D). I love the night life here. The people are so nice and warm to people of all countries 😀 The food is delicious, even the ones being sold on the street! 😀

  9. Samyukta says:

    Wow this is great! It’s really nice of you to do a giveaway Jealousy Wakes to countries where it isn’t available 🙂
    I am from India and of course you’ve heard of it 🙂
    Let me tell you something about my country… India is a peninsula and lies in South Asia bordered by Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, bangladesh and Myanmar (Burma). It essentially has 3 major season (not 5).. Summers, Monsoon and Winters… You probably know India because of the Taj Mahal, Bollywood, Aishwarya Rai, Frieda Pinto, Jaipur, Kerela backwaters, spicy food, tandoori chicken, chicken tikka masala, spiritual gurus, Mahatma Gandhi and sadly terrorist attacks…
    We Indians are very friendly people, very hospitable and very warm and peace loving.

    If you do wish to visit India, you’ll be surprised by the diverse cultures and geographical terrains we boast of 🙂 India is made up of 29 states with each having their own language and dialects… But Hindi our national language unites us all 🙂 We Indians thus on an average know at least 3 languages… Hindi, English and our regional (state) language… Geographically, we are blessed with cold deserts (leh, ladakh), hot desert (Rajasthan), fertile plains (ganges plains), plateus (deccan), mountains (Himalayas), marsh lands (Sunderbans) and picturesque islands (Lakshwadeep and Andaman and Nicobar)

    Phew! This has turned out to be soooo long… but then I could still go on 🙂

    btw, thanks again for this opportunity 🙂

  10. I’m from Spain, a country in Southern Europe where people like to have long lunches and go to bed too late lol. We have a very mild climate throughout the year but July and August are usually very hot. In Barcelona, where I live the humidity is pretty high because we are surrounded by the sea and the mountains.
    Barcelona is a beautiful city that you must visit at least once in your life! 🙂

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway! xx

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