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Hi there!

I am extremely pleased to announce that I've decided to host Shop With a Vengeance's first ever prize giveaway!

Spring Giveaway!
Note: Images depicted are full size versions of the sample products offered!

Our first giveaway is designed to start you off looking beautiful and fresh for Spring! I wanted to hear your beauty/style questions and feedback, so I decided to combine that with a prize. Just for participating, one lucky reader will win a sample size trio, consisting of Benefit's Benetint, Biolage Smoothing Conditioner, and Benefit's You Rebel Lite.

So what do you have to do? Just reply to this post with a beauty or style related question before 3/31/2008, and link back to your email address or website. Ask anything you want, as long as it's on topic! That's all you have to do!

A winner will be selected at random from all entries on April 1st, 2008. Also, the best five questions will be selected for a post response in April. One question per person, please :)

Remember: If you don't provide your email, I will not be able to let you know if you've won or get your info to send you the products. **EDIT: If you do not feel comfortable posting your email in the comments, you can email it to me separately. You can also link back to your website if your email is provided there. If no email address is received, you will be disqualified from the giveaway!

Good luck everyone and thanks in advance for participating!

This Giveaway is Closed! Check out the results here!

i♥make-up said...
March 5, 2008 at 4:52 PM  

Hey hun,
My e-mail address is: saniyairshad@gmail.com
My beauty related question would be, what would the ultimate springtime face be? Would it be pink lips/cheeks/and pastel colors? Or brights?

I would love to exchange links!!


Lesha said...
March 5, 2008 at 8:40 PM  

I'm in search of the perfect eyeshadow (preferably mint green), what brand would you suggest? :)

andy said...
March 6, 2008 at 2:59 AM  
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andy said...
March 6, 2008 at 3:17 AM  

Hi Experts, I enjoy cleansing shampoos and luscious soothing rinses and my hair is dry. What luxury product(s) might You recommend to keep my scalp from transforming into a scorched breeding ground for itch +/or dandruff?
I'd like to avoid this obvious form of cosmetic suicide. Please, Help me.

Andrea a.k.a. Andy

Amanda said...
March 6, 2008 at 5:06 PM  

Hi! I'm using Pravana color shampoo and Wella Conditioning Rinse for keeping the peroxide in. Do you know of any other products that might be useful for my burgandy-colored hair?

lilmisslainey said...
March 6, 2008 at 5:36 PM  

I have kinda big lips but the outer edge of them is less pigmented than the rest. If I wear lipstick that goes all the way to the edge, it looks humongous. If it only goes to the pigmented part...then I have a weird ring around the lipstick. What to do??!?


Lydia said...
March 9, 2008 at 1:24 PM  


I was wondering, what do you think is the best thing to do to get rid of ingrown hairs?

Bunny B said...
March 11, 2008 at 10:35 PM  

I have frizzy wavy hair and would like to know the best products on how to tame it. I wish my curls would look softer :(

bunnybox9 [at] lycos [dot] com

Jessica said...
March 12, 2008 at 8:10 PM  

Do you have any "non-makeup" suggestions for hiding/removing pimples? I manage to break out once a month, but I find that using the tried/true methods (warm cloth, face washing, that little dentist-tool-like loop) seem to either not work, or make the problem worse.

I guess a better question is: I have relatively oily skin, and I figure needing "oily" hair products does not help the situation. Can you recommend a decent facial wash, that isn't overly drying, but doesn't leave my face feeling twice as greasy?

My email addy is ikimashokie[klammeraffe]gmail[period]com.

Claudia said...
March 22, 2008 at 11:52 PM  

Hi, here's my question:

I recently came to the conclusion that, with my fair, freckled skin, I would look better as a redhead than as a brunette (my natural color). Fortunately, it turns out I was right and have gotten quite a few positive comments on my new look. However, I'm now wondering how best to do my make-up. I have brown eyes, and would love some suggestions as to what colors would work best with my eye color, skin tone, and hair color. Thanks!

Catherine said...
March 23, 2008 at 12:55 AM  

Hi! I have two questions.

First, my eyebrows are sparse, but they cover a large area so instead of looking like fuzzy caterpillars, they just look like balding ones. Kind of. I've always wanted to take better care of my brows, but I'm have no clue where to start... do you have any tips?

Second, for some weird reason, whiteheads have started popping up, not just around my eyes, but in the area next to my eyes (between the outside of my eyes and my hair) and also below my eye area on my upper cheek in the last 6 months or so. I've always had a few milia around my eye area, but now they're OUTSIDE my eye area and it really bothers me. Using the Body Shop's Vit C overnight cream has helped make a couple of the smaller ones go away, and shrunk a few others, but during this last finals week, they seem to have gotten worse! Do you have any tips for keeping them from popping up in the first place or any idea how to get rid of them short of visiting an esthetician/dermatologist or trying to pop them at home with a hot needle myself?


kanashimi blue said...
March 23, 2008 at 9:11 AM  

What is your current daily skincare/makeup routine? Do you have any holy grail products?

zgreatscot [at] hotmail.com

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