Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Lancôme Ôscillation Power Look (Ice Plum Tutorial) Contest Entry

About a month ago I received an e-mail from Lancome Canada. They were contacting about 15 blogger/youtubers to participate in this awesome contest. They would send us products and our job was to make the Lancôme Ôscillation Power Look for a contest entry. The top 5 winners will be the ones with the most video views. The grand prize is $1000 worth of products of your own choice at Holt Renfrew (it's like Canada's Nordstorm). Now...that's AMAZING!

My Contest Entry for Lancôme Ôscillation Power Look.


What I Used:

St.Ives Collagen Elastin Facial Moisturizer
Monistat Chafing Gel (Face Primer)
Mac Select Spf Foundation NC 43
Mac Select Coverup Concealer - NW 35 & MUFE #10 Full Cover Concealer
Mac Espresso Eyeshadow (Eyebrows)

Lancome Oscillation Powerfoundation - #25 Honey (Vibrating Sponge Applicator)

Urban Decay Primer Potion (Eye Primer)
Mac Bare Study Paintpot (Eye Base)

Lancome Color Design Eye & Face Palette - Plum Irresistible
Lancome Artliner Eyeliner - Noir
Lancome Color Design Eyeshadow - Kitten Heel
Lancome Oscillation Powerbooster Mascara - Primer (Vibrating)
Lancome Oscillation Powermascara - Black (Vibrating)
Lancome Le Crayon Lipliner Pencil - Garnet
Lancome La Laque Fever Lipgloss - Lucent Nude

Disclaimer: All the Lancome products mentioned above were sent to me by Lancome Canada for my contest entry. Everything else mentioned were purchased by me.





8 comments:

em said...

great look, I love the plums! good luck! xo

Lipstick Rules said...

What an amazing opportunity!! I love the look you created. Must pay a visit to Lancome sometime as I don't tend to get their makeup.

resham said...

lovely look grl...i like the lip color a lot..
good luck.....!!

Honey said...

good luck! what an amazing oppourtunity.
i really hope u win.

Sisa said...

Great! Good Luck, hun!

MzFashionCloset said...

I like...

Sisa said...

P.S.: How do you keep your #217 Brush in shape? Mine always gets so fluffy after washing, even if I user a CS Brush Guide :-(

Zerin said...

Thanks for the support ladiez!

Sisa - my 217 does get a lil fluffy but after you wash it...you should smooth it out with your fingers and let it dry and you should use a conditioner to make it dry and end smooth and silky...maybe olive oil...it would be a good substitute as a conditioner.

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