Friday, 30 November 2012


Ok... so here's the deal, for those of you who haven't had a look at yet.

I got an email telling me that they are running a 12 days of christmas deal, where there is a different $1 deal every day, a different discounted cosmetics pack every day, and a different bonus offer every day.

Yesterday, I picked up 2 mascaras for $2 plus shipping, but missed out on my makeup remover pen because I forgot to share it on facebook. Today, 2 l'oreal eyeshadows for $2 plus shipping AND a rimmel lip liner for free. Also, they have the most amazing Maybelline pack for $19 in their store.

The best part is that everything we buy in the 12 days of Christmas sale is guaranteed delivered before Christmas, so if there's anyone who loves makeup in your family, GET ON IT!

I'm buying double-ups so that I can do a giveaway for the new year IF I can hit 5000 views by Christmas day. It's a big ask. We are currently sitting on 3,100 views, but my traffic has significantly increased in the last 2 weeks (since I was approved for the google partnership???) and I think we can do it. I'll even put out extra content to make sure there's new stuff for you to read between now and then, make it worth your while to come back here again and again.

What I'd like from you guys is simple. Comment below, and let me know what you want more of. I know I've been slack with makeup tutorials, so I'll start to do more of that, also from my view count, it looks like you guys like it when I post nail looks (?).

Anyway, go have a look at the 12 days christmas dealie, sign up for their email newsletter and they'll just email you each time there's a new deal.

Again, I am not sponsored by, or provided free product from dollar cosmetic club. I just want my readers to have the same opportunities for awesome deals that I get.

Special edition Elizabeth Arden Go Red for Women eyeshadow quad!

 Today I received a few things in the mail, which you'll see a lot more of in the next few days, but I was really super excited about this one, and I just had to share it with you guys!

This is a special edition Elizabeth Arden eyeshadow quad in Neutral Cashmeres, and it's Go red for women, which raises awareness of heart disease and stroke in women.

First of all, let's just take a moment to swoon over the packaging. It's art inspired by a 14 panel mural the Miss Elizabeth Arden had commissioned in 1935 to celebrate the universal beauty of women throughout the ages. This picture signifies the "modern" beauty in the 1930s, and I just adore it!

Inside are four neutral/pink-brown shades of eyeshadow which are all beautiful, buttery in texture and apply easily and beautifully with a brush and sponge applicator included.

I feel like this is a take-anywhere compact that you can construct an entire eye look from easily, using only these four shades to create the on-trend nude smoky eye.

I've swatched them on my arm below, starting in the top left, then top right, then bottom left and bottom right. The dark brown is really matte and could also be used for contouring in a pinch.

Now...the best part.

This compact retails at $58, but I was browsing through and I found this for $13.55

No, that's not a typo. $13.55(AU). They have some beautiful high end product on super sale there and you'd be crazy not to at least go and have a look. This, and the Calvin Klein lipgloss that arrived in the same package today are both legitimate, for real, actual product, not cheap knock-offs and they are amazing value!

Go and check it out, you won't regret it, I promise!

In the meantime, have a little drool over my gorgeous eyeshadow compact and stay tuned for an eye makeup tutorial soon!

Thursday, 29 November 2012

Review: Dr. LeWinn's facial polishing gel

This month in my bellabox, I received a 50ml sample of Dr. LeWinn's Facial Polishing Gel, and I've been using it every day since then.

It's a really nice "scrubby" scrub, which feels gritty, but is still gentle on your skin. I've certainly been feeling a lot cleaner since I started using it. That lovely clean feeling that comes with freshly exfoliated skin.

This is definitely a product I'd recommend to anyone looking for a really nice scrub. Try it out, you won't be sorry.

See for stockists.

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Midweek pampering sessions: Bathtime!

Welcome to our first midweek pampering session! This is the time to set aside an hour to just relax and have some time for yourself, no matter what you're doing. If you have to wait until the kids are in bed like I do, or if you need to get your studying done first, then get that done, then settle in and have some you time. You deserve it!

This week, my pampering session is all about relaxing in the bath. It might be a steaming hot tub full of scented bath oils, surrounded by candles if the weather is sucky, or it might be a fresh-scented cool bath to pick you back up again after a really hot day.

I was hanging out in the always-gorgeous-smelling Lush store this week, and I decided to buy a couple of really awesome things. Awesome enough that they are sold out online and in most of Lush's stores currently (but more stock is always on the way!). In a haul video last week, I saw bunny (Grav3yardgirl on youTube) raving about the magic wand bubble bar and I just HAD to have one!

Looking at the picture of it, it really does look like a kids' magic fairy wand, and it smells AMAZING! It's a little bit musky, a little bit rosey and little bit something else (?). Anyway, it smells divine. All you have to do is run it under the water for awesome scented bubbles, it's multi use and will last several baths. It even has a little bell to remind you not to tinkle in the bath. (hehe... ok, I made that up.)

The other thing I got that is absolutely delicious smelling is their Angel's Delight soap. It's an almost-citrus-y scent, with hints of floral fragrances and it's constructed in layers of slab colour. Pink, yellow, orange, even a bit of glitter! I can't wait to get into the bath and give myself a good soaking in the bubbles, then lather up with the soap. I'm going to emerge reeking of girliness! it's your turn. Go get your favourite bath products out and really just relax for a bit. Read a book (or my blog! Be careful with your mobile devices near the water), or just lay there and switch off your busy brain for a moment. It's the middle of the week and you've got nothing better to do anyway.

Trendsday! Katy's new trend-midweek pamper sessions

While I was putting together my posts for this week, I had to think about which products to review, what to make videos about, what to do a tutorial about for How-to Monday and which beauty trend I would cover for Trendsday...but then I got to thinking. What if I start my own trend this week? the risk of increasing my workload yet again, I'm going to introduce a new segment to my blog and post it on Wednesday evenings after you guys have had a chance to read the Wednesday Trendsday post. The midweek pamper session will focus on a different pampering method each week and hopefully I can get you all inspired to take time out for yourselves once a week to break up the boring work week and make it a bit more enjoyable.

Most of my pamper ideas will take 30minutes to an hour of your Wednesday evening, and will have you feeling absolutely lovely! I'll also try to feature some products that I love to use for each pamper as I go, so that you guys can get a feel for what I like to use to make me feel happy and relaxed.

I'll try to include pampering sessions that are relevant to both my readers in the Southern Hemisphere, where we are heading into summer, and my readers in the Northern Hemisphere, where winter is fast approaching.

Stay tuned this evening for my very first Midweek pamper session!

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

New craze: Hair chalk!

I admit that I'm a total trend follower when something catches my eye, and this week, a friend of mine (thanks, Alice!) alerted me to the existence of this awesome new hair-colour-changing trend.

This morning in the mail was my brand new pack of 12 chalk sticks from, and I set to work colouring in every bit of hair I could find...some of which did not belong to me... be Max enjoyed having "rock and roll hair" for the day.

I have an important event on this coming weekend (some of you might see me with my chalked hair if you venture out to the big Expo that's on this weekend in Melbourne) which allows me to dress up a bit and go wild with my hair, so I've already coloured in my clip-in hair extensions with several different colours and they look GREAT!

All in all, they are a little bit messy to use (I hear the chalk "bugs" they sell are less messy) but definitely worth the effort. Even if you get it all over the bathroom, your face, your clothes or the carpet, it just rinses right out.

Available from (I love promoting little aussie companies, and my order was so personally presented, with my name written on the intro letter inside the package and everything), it's well worth the $15.95 and with FREE SHIPPING, you can't go wrong! Check it out!

Sunday, 25 November 2012

Blog news: exciting things

So this week, I'm going to skip the how-to and update you guys with where I'm at, as far as the blog is concerned. It's grown like a weed since I started almost 3 months ago, and I'm having an amazing time with it.

As you've probably noticed, I've gone from posting twice a week to posting every week day and sometimes on weekends too. I have so much stuff to show you guys that I would have a whole year's worth of twice-a-week posts, so I decided to amp it up a bit and get to you every day.

Some really cool things have happened, in the form of Google acknowledgement. You have probably noticed in the last couple of days that my blog page has an ad block on it. These ads are care of adsense, the google company that powers the monetisation of Google/YouTube partnered I guess what I'm trying to tell you is YAY, I HAVE BEEN APPROVED FOR YOUTUBE PARTNERSHIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

With that said, I want to urge you guys to check out my YouTube channel, if you haven't already, and subscribe/like/favourite/comment, because it all helps the channel grow! I'm getting some artwork together for the YouTube channel, and hope to have it a bit more personalized soon. I've been concentrating on the intro video and upgrading my editing software, and because I do it all myself, including artwork, photography and all content for the blog and the YouTube channel, I can only do so much with my time.

The channel is

I'm getting lots of content in the form of sample box product and also products to try from several different brands, which is amazing. In the next few weeks, I'm going to start doing haul vids and blog posts, to show you the results of my shopping trips and things I've received in the mail. It will be like the bellabox video, but with products I've chosen. Haul videos are super popular on YouTube right now for some reason, so I want to put out relevant content there.

Apart from that, I'm just working on content here and there, so keep an eye on both places! If you want to stay up to date with all my postings here and on YouTube, don't forget to "like" my facebook page at

Just one little thing about facebook. They have changed the way that we get our news feed now. You are now receiving updates from your friends, some of your "liked" pages (but not all of them), and some "suggested posts". On the left hand side of your feed, where you can click on your apps and games, there is an orange flag with "pages feed" next to it. If you click on that, you can view activity from all of your "liked" pages. If you aren't seeing my posts every day in your normal feed, you need to click the pages feed to check in. It's a pain in the butt, I know, but this is how facebook are doing it now, prioritizing posts that are PAID FOR by the people advertising their pages, going as far as to "suggest" paid posts to people who aren't subscribed to the pages they are advertising. But facebook is not my site, it's not my decision, and how they run their site is up to them. We all simply choose to use it (or not), so we have to accept it as it is.

That's about it for my update, I'll keep you up to date with how I'm going periodically, and most of all:


Without readers, there's no point in blogging. I'm so grateful to have every single one of you.

Saturday, 24 November 2012

OMG product: OPI Skyfall - the man with the golden gun

After some internal debate over whether to actually buy this, I'm so excited that I did, because now I can share it with you guys!
So... why am I so excited about this nail polish that arrives in its very own special box, with special gold packaging?

Because it's freakin' 18k gold top coat, that's why!

I've loved glitter top coats, I've loved shatter top coats, I've played with every kind of nail polish you could imagine...but I've never loved anything like this before. It's absolutely stunning in its effect.

This little gem is going to set you back quite a bit more than the regular OPI polishes (I buy wholesale from a beauty supply place, so I got a discount on the RRP which I think is around $40 in stores), but it's SO worth every cent.

Everyone is doing the swatching it over dark colours thing, so I thought I'd be a little bit different and do it over a cloudy blue/grey colour here:

What do you think? Are you loving this as much as I am?

Friday, 23 November 2012

Crazy makeup habits: Goo Hoarding

I love to watch Jenna Marbles on YouTube. She's sassy and smart and tells life like it is. Her foul language appeals to me, but might be a bit much for some of you, so please use your own discretion about watching THIS VIDEO .

Now that you've watched that video and have come back to see what I'm going to say about it. I AM A GOO HOARDER. I can't help it! I think it's a part of my genetics. The girly-girl gene has this habit programmed into it, I'm certain of it.
How many pink lipglosses can a girl wear?

I have...probably 50 pink lipglosses, and the ones I wear a lot are literally for making my lips look the same colour as they are naturally! Jenna has this same problem! I AM NOT ALONE!

The crazy thing about it is, I actually use all of this stuff, it's just that there's so much of it, it gets used more slowly and I pretty much always have half-used containers of...stuff...everywhere!

My purse wasn't too bad. I only found 5 lip products in there.

I want to know, dear readers, are you a goo hoarder? Do you do this too?

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Thursday review: Skinmiso Pore Beauty Nose Packs

 In my bellabox this month, I received a trial pack of Skinmiso nose packs (enough for one use), and because it's a Korean product, and the trend in Korea is for porcelain skin, I was keen to get a look at this product and see how it performed.
So it's basically a two step process, with a little bit of exfoliation in between. You put on mask number 1 for 10 minutes, remove it and use the stick-thingee to exfoliate and remove excess sebum, and then use mask number two for 10 minutes, remove it and rub in the extra goop that it leaves on your face.

The verdict? I am immediately heading to to order a full size product (10 sets). It has left my skin looking and feeling like silk, and I'm truly amazed at the results!

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Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Trendsday - Mattify your nail looks!

Matte nail polish is becoming a craze everywhere I look, and in my explorations on the interwebz this week, I came across some amazing ideas for nail art that mix trends, products and techniques, so I decided to give one of them a red hot go.

First of all, I want to show you how I found matte nail polish. I went looking for an actual black matte polish, and instead left the store with ChiChi matte top coat, which means that any solid colour nail polish that I have in my collection is now potentially a matte polish too! You just paint on your normal colour. I used the black from OPI's so so skullicious collection, and just used the matte top coat like I would any other top coat. It's super fast-drying and super effective, giving me exactly the effect I was after.

On my ring finger, I painted a blue and purple coloured glitter polish, as I am going for a stand-out one nail different trendy look.

Then, on top of all of my nails, I used my BYS nail art polish in black to create a criss-cross pattern.

Last of all, a coat of regular top coat over the ring fingers to seal the glitter. DO NOT use regular top coat over the matte top coat because you will make it shiny and undo all your hard work.

Here's what the finished product looks like:

What do you think? Do you like the subtle nail art?

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Bellabox November - inside the box

It's here, it's here! My November bellabox arrived last Friday and as always, I was super excited to get a look inside! Now, you can't follow up an amazing month like last month with a bigger or better box, but I was still suitably impressed with the contents of my "Soiree Season Staples" box. Let me show you what I got:

Bioderma Sebium H2O Cleansing water - regular size 250ml RRP $29.95
I'm sceptical about these "water" products everyone's loving right now, but it will be great to try it out and see if it really is better than "magical tap juice".

Skinmiso Pore Beauty Nose pack - 1 set - regular size 10 sets, RRP $21.99
I'm loving anything that those porcelain-skin-loving Koreans come up with at the moment, so I can't wait to use this product!!! It will be featured as this week's Thursday review.

Dr LeWinn's Facial Polishing Gel - 50ml - regular size 150ml, RRP $39.95
This product is one I'm really excited about! I do love a good scrub, and the texture of this is really gritty and just exactly what I like in a once-a-week exfoliant. Can't wait to try it!

Dr LeWinn's Skin Perfect Primer and Skin Perfect foundation - single use sachet - regular size 30g each, RRP $29.95(primer) and $39.95 (foundation)
Another product I'm hanging to try. I've had my eye on Dr. LeWinn's stuff for years and always wanted to try it out. I didn't realize that they had makeup products too.

4me Nail Polish remover pads - full size product- 30 pads RRP $3.49
Acetone and alcohol free, i actually tried these out today. I'm a fan of the faster-acting removers, but this one was definitely more gentle on my nails, skin and nose. They don't smell like chemicals at all.

Swisse hand cream with vitamin D and Pomegranite - regular size 100ml RRP $14.95
Another hand cream, which I'm sure will be great.

Palmolive Strawberry smoother Body Butter Body Wash - regular size 400ml RRP $6.49
This body wash smells amazing. I can't wait to give it a go!

B by Bloom Col.lecta Colour cheek tint - full size product - 5g RRP $19.95
I've never used a cream blush before, so I'm keen to get the technique right for this one. I'm also thinking it might make a great lip tint too... dual-purpose product FTW!

So that's it. Again, I well and truly got my money's worth, The one Bloom product alone is valued at more than the price of the box, so I consider everything else a freebie, and I can't wait to give some of these products a go!

Monday, 19 November 2012

Monday How-to: applying false lashes.

I struggled for a really long time with how to apply false lashes, and then I learned the one tip that turned it all around for me. I hope that my step-by-step will help some of you guys achieve massive-lashed looks.

First, you want to be sure that your lashes are clean. The rim (where you put the glue) should be free of any old glue or makeup. The awesome thing about eyelash glue is that you can pull it off with your fingers when it's dry.

Once you have your lovely clean lashes ready to go, you'll need to apply a coat of glue to the rim. Make sure you apply it evenly all the way across the lash, and be sure to use plenty of glue. You want a good sticky edge to work with.

HERE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART: Let the glue dry for just a moment. You can blow on it to help it dry faster, or just set the lash upside down on the counter while you put glue on the other lash, but you want it to be nice and tacky when you apply it to your eye.

Now we're ready to apply the lash to your eye. You can hold it with your hands, or a pair of tweezers, whatever suits you better. Start in the middle of the eye and press the lash down as close to the root of the natural lashes as possible. Work your way along the lashline until you have it stuck down all the way across, then apply gentle pressure to the entire lash just for an extra bit of "stay there, you bugger".

Complete the look with the other lash, and there you have it!

I always do my eyeshadow, then line my eyes with pencil (waterline and tightline), then wait for top liner until I have the lashes on, and use my mascara to blend the natural and false lashes together.

That's it! They really are easy once you get the hang of them, and they add a bit of oomph to any makeup look.

Friday, 16 November 2012

Friday Review: Olay Regenerist Micro Sculpting cream

I recently received a sample of Olay Regenerist Micro Sculpting Cream, and I have to say, for a free sample, it's amazingly packaged. The big picture here is the proper full size packaging, but the little one I have looks very similar. It's a 14g sample, which will last me probably a week of morning and night application.

So, what do I think of the product? Actually I really like it. The first thing that struck me about it was the scent, which is really quite sweet and fruity, but not in a gross overpowering way. The texture of the cream is great, too. It's not greasy at all, and a little bit went a long way. It feels lovely on my skin and many hours later, my skin felt hydrated. The areas I had concentrated on with the application feel more taut and toned, so it really does what it claims to do.

But don't just take my word for it, head on over to and get a sample for yourself!

Thursday, 15 November 2012

SHARETIME! Dollar cosmetic club.

So as a part of my blogging, I want to be able to share things that are completely awesome with you, my dear readers. Lots of bloggers would find this little gem and keep it to themselves, and I say WHY???????????? It doesn't affect my access to the awesome to let other people have it too!!! Maybe I'm just a sharing, caring kinda person. So here's today's kind-of review.

Allow me to introduce you to Dollar Cosmetic Club. They have this website where they offer brand name cosmetics for $1 each. You can buy a maximum of 2 of each product, and shipping (per order, not per piece) is generally $ for $7, you can have 2 brand name products, PLUS they will usually offer a bonus product if you hit the share button at the checkout and tell all your facebook or twitter friends what you got! Last week, I received 2 Revlon Just Bitten lip stains and an Almay organic eyeshadow for $7.

So what's the catch, you say? Well... really there isn't one, but there are a couple of minor downsides that are totally justifiable by the price you're paying.
First of all, they don't ship it immediately after you buy it. Generally there's a week or two between paying for the products and actually receiving them. They are dealing with a lot of orders. Be patient. You paid a dollar!
Then there's the selection. Basically, you don't get a choice of colour. They send you what they have. My 2 lip stains were both in the colour Lust, but the same day I received 2 Max Factor lipglosses and they were 2 different colours. It's just the luck of the draw. Get over it. You paid a dollar!

Apart from that, it's all the awesome! I can't wait for their next offer!

You can find them at

Also, yesterday they launched a new dealie-thingie with their other part, cosmetics corner, who have lots of really awesome (high end!!!) products for cheap Today I picked up an Elizabeth Arden foundation for $12, and a Calvin Klein lipstick for $8! You can't go wrong! Check it out!

I'm not being paid by, asked by or encouraged by Dollar Cosmetic Club to endorse their site. They have not reimbursed me in any way, and I have not received free product from them. I simply wish to share awesome deals with my readers.

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Trendsday: Brown smoky eyes.

I'm seeing this everywhere at the moment, especially in the northern hemisphere, where they are heading into Autumn and winter. The brown smoky eye!

Constructed in the same way as the classic smoky eye, but using brown and bronze shades to create a softer look, this is actually something I've been doing for as long as I have had my Urban Decay Naked 2 palette.

Try it out for yourself, using your brown shadows and good coat of black liquid liner and mascara!

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Nail Art: Matching your nails to your outfit.

I have the wonderful fortune to travel in a circle of friends who love to dress up and hit the town in our very finest. I happen to love wearing (real, steel boned) corsets, and so for our outing on Friday night, I have decided to wear my new girlie pink one with blue floral swirly pattern. Isn't it beautiful?

So I'm going to need gorgeous nails to go with my gorgeous outfit, and of course, because I love my nail art, I have just the thing. a couple of OPI miniatures in a neon pink, and a baby pink, which I think are from the Dutch treats and Nicki Minaj collections respectively, and my blue BYS nail art polish.

First, we apply base coat (I'm using Revlon quick dry base coat), then a generous coat of the neon pink.

Once that's dry, apply a thin coat of the baby pink over the top.

Using the blue nail art polish, start drawing in swirly, floral patterns, using the corset pattern as a guide.

Let that dry completely before adding a generous coat of OPI RapiDry top coat. If you don't let the nail art dry completely before you use the top coat, you'll smear all your hard work all over the place and have to start over.

So there we have it. What do you think?

Sunday, 11 November 2012

Video: October Favourites!

My October favourites video is up on youtube now!

You can see it here:October favourites , or just hit the video in the sidebar on this blog page and watch it without going anywhere!

Friday, 9 November 2012

Let's talk: Eyeshadow primer.

 Lots of people have asked me what all the fuss is about eyeshadow primer. We have primers for everything these days, base, eyeshadow, eyelashes, the whole shebang. Makeup is becoming more and more complicated with more and more products to use.
One thing I definitely do recommend, though, is a good eyeshadow primer. It will keep your shadow where you put it, and stop it from creasing as the day goes on. So let's have a look at some of the ones I have in my "tower of treasure".

First of all, the makeup artists' favourite, Urban Decay Primer Potion. They recently changed their packaging from the genie bottle to the squeezy tube, and although they say that they haven't changed their formulation, it does feel a little different to me (maybe that's just a mental response to the new packaging? I don't know). I've loved Primer Potion forever, and it was long considered my very favourite... until I found....

Benefit Stay don't stray eyeshadow primer. This is my favourite and the product that performs the best for me. I received this little sample size in a gift box, and I will be straight in to see the girls at the Benefit counter for some more as soon as I get close to running out. The formulation is great, it feels goos on my skin and my eye makeup does not budge at all when I use it underneath, no matter what crazy combination I've done.

Last of all is the more budget-friendly brand, Models Prefer, which I picked up from my local Priceline. It's a great all-rounder, I'm not as keen on this one as I am the Benefit product, but in terms of wearability, you can't go wrong for the price.

So tell me, do you use eyeshadow primer? Which one is your favourite?

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Review Thursday: Hello Kitty GIVEAWAY!

Here's something really products from Hello Kitty Cosmetics!!!

Earlier this week, I was lucky enough to receive a package in the mail from Hello Kitty, and they have released some awesome new products that I'm crazy about.

You all know how much I love nude lipglosses, and these two are really awesome. Diamond Gloss in Baby Candy and Marshmallows are both amazing-looking natural pinks that roll on! So easy to apply, and so cute in the HK packaging. I've only swatched them on my (anti-bacterial treated) arm, and there's a reason for that, which I'll get to further down the page!

Also in roll on packaging is this gorgeous glitter in smoky gold and pink rainbow, again swatched on my arm. It's loose glitter, which doesn't seem to be mixed with anything, so you'll need to keep that in mind hen you're applying it. You'll want to set it with something so that it doesn't end up everywhere.

Super-extra-cute little nail polishes in gold, and pinky are next, and I really love both of them! They both have glitter and sparkly bits in them, and the pink one in particular is awesome for showing off the sparkly bits.

Last of all, there are these cute nail art stickers! Gorgeous little hello kitty motifs that you can wear on your nails!'s the awesome part. I'm giving away ALL of these products! Here's what you have to do to get your hands on some goodies:

There will be two prizes. First prize winner will choose which colour pack they want, between the gold tones and the pink tones, and also will receive the nail stickers. Each colour pack contains one mini nail polish, one diamond stars roll on glitter, and one roll on lipgloss.

Second prize will receive the remaining colour pack.

All of these products have been opened and swatched for this review, but ONLY onto my arm, which had been treated with antibacterial gel first, and onto clean nails. So essentially, you are receiving brand new, unused products.

TO ENTER: You must first hit the "like" button on both my facebook page HERE and Hello Kitty Cosmetics facebook page HERE, and leave a comment on this post (on the actual blog, not on the facebook link) completing this sentence:

"Hello Kitty Cosmetics are awesome because...."

The winners will be selected by an impartial third party, based on comment content.

I must reiterate: you need to like both facebook pages and comment below on this post to be eligible.

Competition will run from today until Wednesday, 14th November, 2012. Winners will be announced on Wednesday night at 8pm. Competition is open to all readers, worldwide.