Free Stuff! Second City Style Holiday Giveaways! Day 2 – Beauty Junkie

December 3, 2008 • Lifestyle


Perfect for the beauty product junkie! From gifts for the “Diva in Training” to great stocking stuffers–enter here to win select items featured in the Holiday Beauty Gift Guide—a value of over $400. Post a comment here telling me your worst beauty nightmare. Act quickly as you only have one day to enter! Winner will be chosen, December 4th. (Second City Style’s 2008 Beauty Gift Guide here).

Day 2 – Beauty Junkie Giveaway includes:


Galvanic Spa® System II and Galvanic Spa® System II EX $285


Pure & Petal Hair Fragrance $48.95


Bobbi Brown Limited Edition Copper Diamond Cosmetic Bag with Brushes $65


Alterna HEMP with Organics Styling and Nutritive Creme Gel $16

Good Luck!

Please note: US residents only.

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7 Responses to Free Stuff! Second City Style Holiday Giveaways! Day 2 – Beauty Junkie

  1. Laura says:

    Having my highlights done, talked into getting my eyebrows “dyed” to match, only to have them disappear off my face. My hair looked great, only to compliment my bare face. Good thing for great eyebrow pencils!

  2. anna says:

    I love to use eyelash curler, but one time, somehow i managed to pull half of my eyelashes with it:( It was so terrible, I have very long eyelashes and had to wait ages for them to grow back……..

  3. sarah says:

    I was so excited to try a 3 step at home facial product and was already envisioning the glowing, flawless skin that I’d end up with. Well, my skin ended up glowing, but was hardly flawless. The step 2 of the microdermabrasion triggered some kind of allergic reaction with my skin and I ended up with red, bumpy,irritated skin that was flaking for a week. Perhaps it was part of the “process”…but not worth the week of embarassment!

  4. Allison says:

    Brief and simple. Make me beautiful, baby! 🙂

  5. sunchicka says:

    Every gal needs a beauty stash.

  6. tiptup says:

    my nightmare was when my hairdresser interpreted short bob as boycut. to make things worse, I did look like a boy.

  7. Tracey Byram says:

    My beauty nightmare was when I used a new hairdresser and told her I wanted my hair short. Her idea of short and my idea of short was worlds apart. She cut my hair until it was only 1 inch long all over. I left the shop feeling positively bald. Needless to say, I never let that woman near me again with a pair of scissors.

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